SF Officials Propose Converting Building Into Affordable Housing For Low-Income SeniorsSan Francisco Mayor London Breed and Supervisor Rafael Mandelman on Tuesday announced city officials are in negotiations to purchase a Market Street building to be converted into affordable housing.
California Lawmakers Reject Ban On Surgeries For Babies Born With Ambiguous GenitaliaCalifornia could become the first state to ban medically unnecessary surgeries on babies born with ambiguous or conflicting genitalia.
In Reversal, Hallmark Channel Reinstates Same-Sex Wedding Ads After BacklashThe Hallmark Channel on Sunday moved to reinstate ads featuring a same-sex couple that had been removed from the cable network. The decision came after considerable backlash over the initial decision to stop airing the ads from the wedding-planning company Zola.
San Francisco Judge Strikes Down Trump Healthcare Religious Refusal RuleA U.S. judge in San Francisco on Tuesday struck down a new federal rule that would have allowed health care workers ranging from ambulance drivers to receptionists to refuse to provide care for religious reasons.
San Francisco Trans Community Leader Brings Personal Insight To Transgender Awareness MonthNovember is Transgender Awareness Month and a time to educate people about the trans community, their needs, and how their allies can help.
National AIDS Memorial Grove Volunteer Jack Porter DiesJack Porter, a San Francisco volunteer who worked tirelessly to establish and maintain the National AIDS Memorial Grove in Golden Gate Park, has died.
Former Principal Who Banned LGBTQ-Themed Books Indicted On Child Porn ChargesA former Kentucky school principal who made headlines 10 years ago for trying to ban classroom books with "homosexual" content has been indicted on child pornography charges.
Breed Announces Housing Subsidies For Low-Income Transgender, Gender Nonconforming ResidentsLow-income transgender and gender non-conforming San Franciscans could be eligible for housing subsidies under a new city program.
Star Stanford Swimmer Says He Was Kicked Off Team Because He's GayAn accomplished former Stanford swimmer claimed in an Instagram post that he was kicked off the university's team because he's gay but the school says that's not the reason at all.
HUD Secretary Reportedly Ridicules Transgender People During San Francisco VisitThe nation's top housing official is catching some heat for comments he allegedly made about transgender people, while visiting San Francisco earlier this week.
Four Charged In $70 Million Black Market HIV Treatment Drug ScamA grand jury has indicted for Southern California men for operating a large-scale clearing house for illegal HIV treatment drugs that generated $70 million in sales, according to federal prosecutors.