Coronavirus Update: SF Scrambling To Keep Unsheltered Homeless People Healthy After COVID-19 Outbreak At ShelterOne day after San Francisco announced 70 coronavirus cases at the city's largest homeless shelter, buses were taking residents to city-secured hotels.
SF Supes Push To Move Thousands Of Homeless People Into Hotels FastSF Supervisors have introduced an emergency ordinance that would secure some 7000 hotel rooms to house homeless people, by April 26, when COVID-19 is expected to peak in the city.
3 Santa Rita Jail Inmates Test Positive For COVID-19There are now three confirmed cases of inmates at the Santa Rita Jail in Dublin testing positive for the novel coronavirus, according to Alameda County's Assistant Sheriff.
SF Supes Consider $369K Settlement For Raid On Freelance Journalist's Home, OfficeThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors is considering a proposed $369,000 settlement with a freelance journalist whose home and office were raided by police last year.
San Martin Islamic Community Finally Gets Approval To Build MosqueA 13-year wait for a mosque and cemetery is coming to an end for the San Martin Islamic community.
San Francisco Juvenile Probation Chief Announces ResignationSan Francisco Juvenile Chief Probation Officer Allen Nance has announced he will resign from his position at the end of the month amid the impending closure of the city's Juvenile Hall.
SF Supes Vote To Ban Pot Shops In ChinatownMarijuana shops will be prohibited in San Francisco's historic Chinatown following a long discussion and vote Tuesday by the city's Board of Supervisors.
SF Supes Block Police Commissioner Reappointment For Second TimeSan Francisco's Board of Supervisors voted 8-3 to reject, for a second time, the reappointment of longtime Commissioner Joseph Marshall.
SF Supes Blast PG&E Green Power Initiative For Costly Delays, Red TapeSan Francisco supervisors blasted PG&E Tuesday for stalling on many projects while making projects more complex and expensive.
S.F. Board of Supervisors' Vote Throws Police Commission Into ChaosA surprise vote at the San Francisco Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday has rendered the San Francisco Police Commission inoperable for the next two months.
Smokers Mount Fight Against Flavored Tobacco Ban In San FranciscoSmokers in San Francisco on Thursday gathered to mount a push to fight a ban on flavored tobacco products.