San Francisco Ballot Measure Aims To Increase Childcare SubsidiesTwo San Francisco supervisors announced a ballot measure that would finance the expansion of childcare subsidies in the city.
San Francisco Supervisor Seeks Permit Program For Delivery RobotsSimilarly to the permits now issued for self-driving cars, it will require that the robots be accompanied by a human who can take control quickly.
Family Devastated After Urn Is Stolen From Rental Car In San FranciscoA family came to the Bay Area to say a last goodbye to their husband and father. Instead, his ashes were stolen from their rental car.
San Francisco Supervisor Calls For Police Chief To Live Within City LimitsThere's an effort underway in San Francisco to require the Chief of Police to live in the city.
San Francisco Supervisors Propose Ban On Wild & Exotic Animals For Entertainment PurposesA group of San Francisco supervisors has proposed a ban on wild and exotic animals for entertainment purposes. The ban would apply to movie shoots, circus acts and street performers, although domesticated horses are exempt.
Phil Matier: Re-Election Signals Behind The Scenes Victory For SF's ChiuHis re-election was opposed by a number of board members and former ally, Chinatown political powerhouse Rose Pak.
Yee Expands Lead In Close Race For San Francisco SupervisorThe historically close race for San Francisco’s District 7 supervisor seat widened a bit, with board of education president Norman Yee now leading by 109 votes as of Tuesday afternoon, according to the city’s elections department.
33 Votes Separate Candidates In San Francisco Supes Race The race for San Francisco’s District 7 supervisor seat remains historically close, with board of education President Norman Yee holding a 33-vote lead over F.X. Crowley after the latest vote totals were released Monday.
Top Candidates In San Francisco Supes Race 97 Votes ApartThe top two candidates are less than 100 votes apart in the race for San Francisco’s District 7 supervisor, according to the latest results released Thursday by the city’s Department of Elections.