The program is facing reforms as it works to scale up and make housing more accessible to low-income residents.
Dozens of dispensaries across the Bay Area were affected by the organized robberies that swept through the region in recent weeks.
San Francisco’s roughly $13 billion budget hangs in the balance as the city crawls back from a pandemic-induced economic slump.
The Burrito Project San Francisco aims to feed those in need with the city’s favorite food.
A former Afghan interpreter who suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder was likely in the midst…
Ajmal Amani spent a decade working as a contract translator for Navy SEALS and other U.S. government agencies, his former attorney said.
Thefts at Union Square and other locations give ammunition to the DA’s critics.
Residents are asked to cut water usage by 10% amid a statewide drought, with fee penalties to come in April 2022
Staging protests and letter-writing campaigns, students at high schools citywide are asking district leaders to reform the process of reporting sexual misconduct.
San Francisco police Sgt. Davin Cole made a living helping people who struggle with drug addiction. Then he allegedly robbed a pharmacy.