San Francisco City Hall was the scene of a protest Thursday by homeless families who want Mayor Ed Lee to do more to help get people off the streets and into housing.
Soul food could be rolling, literally and figuratively, through the streets of San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood within a matter of weeks, if the man charged with tackling the city’s homeless problem has his way.
Beginning in August, the city is set to offer panhandlers up to $75 a week to stop begging and foster problem puppies from city animal shelters until the pups are ready for adoption.
San Francisco hopes a cold nose and a warm heart will help end the problem of panhandling.
Former SF Supervisor Bevan Dufty has been appointed director of homeless policy in a city persistently plagued by the homeless and their needs and the lack of services for them.
The idea is to provide a safer and cheaper way for alcoholics to drink in a controlled environment.
The 11 candidates vying to be the next mayor of San Francisco all sounded remarkably similar Monday as they fielded questions about transportation, jobs, homelessness, even public nudity.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has changed his tune on whether he will run for mayor in November, saying Tuesday he is considering a run after months of saying he had no plans to join the race.
Two candidates for mayor have applied for tax payer money to finance their campaigns as the city moves to beef up its public financing fund.
San Francisco Board of Supervisors President David Chiu held a rally outside City Hall Monday morning to announce that he is running for mayor.