Data obtained from San Francisco Superior Court show that District Attorney Chesa Boudin’s office secured just three total drug dealing convictions in 2021, as prosecutors weighed offenders’ immigration status.
The reviews are in and “Orange People,” also known as San Francisco’s Welcome Ambassadors, are a hit.
Every elected official in the city—from DA Boudin and Mayor Breed to the Board of Supervisors—should be on notice: Negative approval ratings are surging.
An exclusive poll by The Standard found that first-term District Attorney Chesa Boudin seems likely to be out of a job before the end of his first term.
Four individuals have given almost $900,000 worth of stock directly to the committee in charge of recalling SF District Attorney Chesa Boudin. The reason they gave stock instead of cash is unknown, but one reason could be to avoid paying a capital gains tax.
The city needs to build 82,000 units of housing by 2031, but San Francisco looks like it might be at risk of failing to meet this goal.
In the second episode of Hella News, co-hosts Meaghan Mitchell and Josh Koehn discuss the controversial fight over keeping a road in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park car-free.
Here’s what you need to know about the joint hearing to decide if the 1.5-mile road in Golden Gate Park should remain closed to vehicles.
Assemblymember-elect Matt Haney spoke with The Standard about his huge victory over David Campos, why he believes he has always been pro-housing and what comes next.
Episode One dives into census data to better understand San Francisco’s changing demographics.