The National Transportation Safety Board has released the agenda for next week’s investigative hearings on Asiana Flight 214.
Beginning Dec. 1, San Francisco will require proof of residency for families seeking space in one of the city’s long-term shelters.
San Francisco Board of Supervisors’ President David Chiu is seeking affordable housing options for tenants with two proposals. One deals with Ellis Act evictions and the other with in-law units.
The city of San Francisco and a teacher’s union both asked a Superior Court judge on Monday for a preliminary injunction blocking the revocation of accreditation of City College of San Francisco in July.
The findings from the San Francisco Food Security Task Force show that one in four San Franciscans are at risk of missing meals and going hungry.
The neighborhood is best known for the famed Painted Ladies, one of the top tourist attractions in San Francisco.
A second member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors has introduced a measure to tax sodas and other sugary beverages, almost identical to a proposal offered by another member last month.
Tenants advocates in San Francisco want the Board of Supervisors to do more about the number of evictions in the city.
A $54 million contract to replace San Francisco’s aging parking meters has run into trouble at the Board of Supervisors. The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency wants to include 10,000 additional meters than the 29,000 needed to change out the existing ones.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments in San Francisco Tuesday over whether the U.S. Postal Service is required to deliver mail to tenants in single room occupancy (SRO) hotels. The outcome will impact tens of thousands of low-income tenants.