Unanimous vote will amend city code terms.
Menlo Park and Palo Alto beat SF when it comes to stratospheric rents.
A blogger accuses SF supervisor of profiting from the demolition of rent-controlled homes—city inspectors say otherwise.
Getting to these places takes a bit more than one small step, but it’s worth it.
Following in the footsteps of Oakland, and other California cities like San Diego, LA, and Santa Barbara.
"We’re simply not doing a good enough job disposing of our trash," said Black Rock City honchos.
Two holdovers from the 20th century demand a distinctly 21st century price.
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Governor reclassifies Paradise a "rural area" after Camp Fire.
The set designers had to rebuild an entire section of the mall from scratch.
"This highly toxic rodenticide, it’s like dropping a nuclear bomb on this island."
"It is a moral imperative of our government and its leaders to afford due process to residents, families, children, and businesses in this neighborhood."
Two-thirds of voters must approve borrowing plan in off-year election.
A look back at eight decades of San Francisco’s fantastic—and frustrating—public transit leviathan.
School district’s vote called "wrong-headed approach to art and to history."
Job loss and rent prices driving swell in homelessness.
"No convincing evidence" that city needs supermajority for Prop. C.
Treat every quake as if it’s the Big One.
Rare designation honors work of American architect and its "outstanding universal value" to all humanity.