Sen. Wiener Proposal Would Offer Financial Rewards To Meth Users Who Stay SoberLooking to address the ongoing meth crisis in the Bay Area and California, a proposal by State Sen. Scott Wiener would offer financial rewards to users who stay sober.
San Francisco Program Treats Opioid Addiction With PotAn average 130 Americans die every day of an opioid overdose, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. An innovative San Francisco program aims to treat the addiction but it's not without controversy.
San Francisco Supervisors Back Forced Treatment For Mentally Ill AddictsSan Francisco officials on Tuesday decided to back a plan that allows the city to force people with serious mental illness and drug addiction into treatment without their consent.
Mayor Breed Asks Gov. Brown To Reduce Sentence For Jailed BrotherSF Mayor London Breed confirmed Wednesday she has asked outgoing Gov. Jerry Brown to reduce the prison sentence for her brother, who is currently in prison for a manslaughter conviction.
San Francisco Mayor Embraces Safe Drug Injection Sites Following State Senate VoteSan Francisco is now looking to stop addicts from using drugs in the street, opting to instead give them a safe place to shoot up.
San Francisco Sandwich Shop Menu Offers Pointed Criticism Of City's Needle PolicyA San Francisco sandwich shop had a pointed message about the city's drug addiction problem, printed at the bottom of its menu.
Actress Eliza Dushku Opens Up About Alcoholism, Addiction At Youth SummitThe 36-year-old detailed her battle with alcohol and drug addiction at a youth summit on Opioid awareness earlier this week...
Price Of Drug That Saves Overdose Victims Soaring Out Of ReachIf you overdose, there is a drug that can save your life. But, as Andria Borba reports, it comes at an increasing cost.
Legal Drug Shoot-Up Rooms Considered By Lawmakers In SF And Across U.S.Elected leaders from coast to coast are considering government-sanctioned sites where heroin users can shoot up under the supervision of a doctor or nurse.
Terry McMillan Does It Again With New NovelBerkeley alumni and author of "Waiting To Exhale" Terry McMillan treads familiar territory in her latest novel, "Who Asked You?"
Alameda County Supervisors Accept Resignation Of Nadia LockyerLockyer has been embroiled in scandals involving drugs and an extramarital affair this year.