Additional police are now patrolling the Mission and violence prevention groups are also working around the clock to try to keep the crime at bay.
The MTA is on track to spend $57 million on overtime by the end of the fiscal year, significantly about its $32 million budget.
San Francisco requires that employers finance some type of health care for workers and the legislation that was approved on Tuesday would tighten up rules on health reimbursement accounts.
San Francisco’s Muni does a poor job of preventing cost overruns on transit projects, according to a new audit, which also reports that 29 projects are averaging almost 600 days behind schedule.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday is poised to send a message to the federal government about medical marijuana by considering a resolution in support of medicinal cannabis dispensaries.
While Occupy San Francisco protesters repeatedly said they anticipated some kind of police action late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning to clear their protest site at Justin Herman Plaza, such a raid never materialized.
San Francisco’s Chief of Police is being applauded by the Board of Supervisors for outlining guidelines on what exactly community policing means.
San Francisco officials are urging the city’s transportation agency to let kids under 18 ride public transit for free.
The San Francisco Chamber of Commerce said they may not finance several campaigns on the November ballot if a supervisor’s proposal to change the Healthy San Francisco law passes.
San Francisco Supervisors have voted to strengthen the city’s minimum wage law. The board approved the wage theft legislation to stop employers from forcing workers, in particular home health care workers, from toiling for long hours for less than the city’s minimum wage of $9.92 an hour.