Mayor Ed Lee Tells SFPD Officers To Shape Up Or Ship OutScandal after scandal has plagued the San Francisco Police Department, but on Thursday afternoon San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee wrote an open letter to the SFPD officers saying enough is enough.
Activists Protest SFPD Shootings With Mission District Hunger StrikeCommunity activists outraged by recent police killings in San Francisco took a dramatic step Thursday in an effort to spur change by staging a hunger strike outside a Mission District police station.
San Francisco Mayor Lee Outlines New Strategy On HomelessnessMayor Ed Lee is pitching his latest plan to end homelessness to people who live on San Francisco's streets, while also warning that setting up tents is not a long-term solution.
More Homeless Tents In San Francisco Despite Mayor's Call For RemovalTent encampments are now very much a part of San Francisco but how those tents keep popping up around the city comes to many as a surprise.
Where's Ed? San Francisco Mayor Lee Keeping Low Public ProfileSan Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has been keeping a rather low public profile lately, especially when you compare him to the mayors of San Jose and Oakland.
San Francisco Bans City-Related Travel To North Carolina Over New Anti-LGBT LawMayor Ed Lee of San Francisco has banned non-essential city-funded travel to North Carolina, after the state passed a law that would allow anti-LGBT discrimination.
San Francisco Developing Plan To Mitigate Threat Of Rising Sea LevelsSan Francisco city agencies are developing a plan to deal with rising sea levels, which are expected to pose a threat to an estimated $75 billion in public and private assets by the year 2100.
Workers Begin Clearing San Francisco Homeless Encampment Despite 72-Hour NoticeResidents of a large homeless encampment along Division Street in San Francisco were given 72-hours notice to relocate Tuesday, but many people said they were being forced to move immediately.
Mayor Lee, Chief Suhr Announce SFPD Reform PackagePolice training will now emphasize the need for time, distance and de-escalation in dealing with armed suspects in an effort to avoid officer-involved shootings like that one that killed Mario Woods in December, San Francisco police and city officials said Monday.
DA Claims Efforts To Investigate SFPD Being 'Stonewalled'District Attorney George Gascon has sent a scathing letter to Mayor Ed Lee, demanding he live up to his campaign promise of being committed to transparency within the San Francisco Police Department.
Mayor Lee Asks Feds To Investigate SFPD Shooting Of Mario WoodsSan Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has requested a federal investigation of the police shooting of a young black man, along with a broader look into the department.
San Francisco Hopes Homeless Will Use New Temporary ShelterThe question of how San Francisco would handle the homeless during Super Bowl 50 festivities has been a point of speculation, but on Thursday officials unveiled a new temporary shelter that is nearly set to open.

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