San Francisco Parks
Commission watches hundreds of violations mar the bay but acts capriciously and infrequently, according to scathing state audit.
But they may have nowhere else to go.
Last seen in San Jose and on the Playa.
It’s a dirty job.
City cites "unwanted behavior in the fountain."
Western neighborhood residents say noise is overwhelming, but Board of Supervisors’ reaction muted.
Apparently, it gets loud.
"Our message is simple. Reopen the government."
Other national parks still open, but hobbled.
Machine learning might be able to tally trees that human labor simply can’t.
Mostly just the parks this time, though that could potentially affect millions of dollars of revenue
Meanwhile, Berkeley, Santa Cruz, Los Angeles, and Watsonville observe today as Indigenous People’s Day.
Osaka mayor finally made good on longstanding threat.
Vinod Khosla’s challenge to California coast law beached.
San Francisco sister city incensed at "comfort women" tribute.
It’s easy being green
The 1,000-foot fountain and palm trees are a hit.
Neighbors in uber-expensive condos don’t truck with plan.
Food trucks, pop-up shops, live music, and views galore.
The new green space will be built in the spot where an abandoned San Francisco reservoir currently sits, costing a whopping $25 million.