A San Francisco supervisor is getting criticism over her social media posting which seems to make fun of a homeless man cellphone use.
Two ordinances targeting the sale and possession of certain ammunition in San Francisco were given unanimous initial approval Tuesday by the city’s Board of Supervisors.
A San Francisco Board of Supervisors committee Thursday approved two pieces of legislation targeting the sale and possession of certain ammunition in the city.
Two pieces of legislation announced Thursday by San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee could make buying ammunition in the city more difficult.
Berkeley-based grocery chain, Grocery Outlet, signed a lease Wednesday to open two stores in San Francisco.
Another member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors said Monday that she would support a recall effort against Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi, who was reinstated last week.
Mayor Ed Lee said in a statement Tuesday that he is not considering a policy that will violate anyone’s constitutional rights and result in racial profiling, but he is “willing to move forward with bold ideas that get to results.”
Weeks after the 49ers broke ground on a new stadium in Santa Clara, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted to allow the team out of their Candlestick Park lease early.
San Francisco is taking on crisis pregnancy centers in the city, arguing that they are pushing a misleading agenda.
One example can be found at the abandoned 19th Street street car station in the city’s Dolores Park.