Two Tenderloin markets face one year shutdowns and heavy fines after a joint SFPD/ DEA investigation has found them to be safe havens for illegal drugs and merchandise.
Interim Mayor Ed Lee held a wide lead Tuesday against a diverse slate of candidates, in a mayor’s race that could take days to settle.
City Attorney Dennis Herrera and other mayoral candidates are calling on the district attorney to investigate new money laundering allegations against supporters of Mayor Ed Lee’s mayoral campaign.
The San Francisco city attorney has filed a lawsuit against a Tenderloin District hotel owner, claiming the building is riddled with bed bugs and is the base of operations for a street gang.
A federal judge on Thursday struck down most of a San Francisco ordinance that requires retailers to warn customers about cellphone radiation and its health effects.
Arguably, an investigation into the matter would take some time. The political fallout, on the other hand, could be near instantaneous.
Candidates vying for the San Francisco’s mayor’s seat are requesting federal and state monitors for the Nov. 8 election after allegations of ballot tampering in early voting.
A federal judge in San Francisco heard arguments Thursday, but deferred ruling on a bid by a cellphone industry group for a preliminary injunction blocking a city ordinance known as the “Right to Know” law.
San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon said Wednesday he has opened a criminal investigation into allegations that donors to interim Mayor Ed Lee’s campaign laundered money.
president of the city’s Transportation Board, Tom Nolan, is questioning whether San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera should be allowed to give legal advice on the Central Subway Project, given his vocal political opposition to the project.