Sour grapes are growing between San Francisco City Hall and restaurateurs over what critics say is a confusing and badly written law.
The City of San Francisco may soon pay $450,000 to more than a dozen male and female inmates who were strip searched in the county jail.
Dozens of San Francisco restaurants are under investigation for exploiting a new city program by keeping customer surcharges instead of spending them on employee health care.
Supporters of California’s ban on same-sex marriage have filed their first briefs with U.S. Supreme Court ahead of the hearing on Proposition 8 set for March.
San Francisco officials say a restaurant chain has agreed to spend $320,000 to settle a complaint alleging that it collected a surcharge from customers for the city’s health care law but did not use most of the money for its intended purpose.
San Francisco’s city attorney announced details of a $4.3 million settlement with some payday lenders including Check ‘n Go that allegedly spiked interest rates as high as 400 percent.
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera on Thursday filed a motion in federal court seeking to have a lawsuit against the city’s recently enacted nudity ban dismissed.
While city officials approved plans for a Union Square station on the Central Subway, opponents said they could file lawsuits to put the brakes on the project with the hope of derailing it entirely.
Dennis Herrera’s office is trying to reach out to any stragglers who might get some money back from a multi-million dollar settlement.
The California Public Utilities Commission is putting pressure on San Francisco to allow Pacific Gas & Electric Co. crews to replace miles of cast iron pipes that they said are aging and dangerous.