Justice Department: San Francisco Mayor London Breed's COVID-19 Rule For Places Of Worship UnconstitutionalThe U.S. Justice Department on Friday sent a letter to San Francisco Mayor London Breed saying that the city's current COVID-19 policy allowing only one congregant in places of worship "is contrary to the Constitution and the nation’s best tradition of religious freedom."
Union Leaders Urge San Francisco Mayor Not to Layoff City WorkersUnion leaders and city workers Friday urged San Francisco Mayor London Breed not to lay off workers and make cuts to public service to balance a $1.5 billion shortfall in the city's budget. 
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Officials Warn Public to Resist Urge To Break Stay-At-Home OrderMayor London Breed warned on Friday that now is not the time to lose sight of our goal. She said that the city's stay-at-home order would likely be extended weeks, even a month.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Mayor Says Extension Of Shelter Order 'Very Likely'San Francisco Mayor London Breed on Friday said that the city's current coronavirus shelter-in-place order set to expire next week would most likely be extended "a few weeks or even a month."
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Mayor Chastises Residents For Not Observing Stay-At-Home OrderMayor London Breed on Monday afternoon threatened tougher enforcement of coronavirus-related shelter-in-place orders in San Francisco if residents continue to gather in public places.
Coronavirus Healthcare: San Francisco Hires 82 Nurses, Procures 1 Million N-95 MasksSan Francisco has hired 82 qualified nurses and will receive one million N95 personal protective masks from the state of California in an effort to strengthen the city's medical response against the coronavirus pandemic.
San Francisco To Expedite Hiring Of 100 Nurses To Help Coronavirus ResponseIn response to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, San Francisco Mayor London Breed on Tuesday issued a declaration to expedite the hiring of more healthcare workers.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Bans All Non-Essential Gatherings Of 100+Effective immediately, San Francisco is banning all non-essential gatherings and events of 100 people or more to slow the spread of coronavirus, Mayor London Breed announced Friday. 
San Francisco Declares Emergency Over 'Growing Likelihood' Of Coronavirus CasesSan Francisco Mayor London declared a local emergency Tuesday to prepare the response to what health officials believe is the likely appearance of the COVID-19 coronavirus in the city.
SFO Airport Commissioner Resigns Amid Alleged Public Corruption ScandalLinda Crayton, Vice President of the San Francisco Airport Commission, resigned Wednesday in the midst of public corruption allegations against former San Francisco Public Works director Mohammed Nuru.
New San Francisco Police Stats Show Drop In Violent Crime; Least Homicides Since 1961San Francisco police released their crime statistics from 2019 on Tuesday and the numbers showed a significant decrease in violent crime. 
San Francisco Mayor London Breed Inaugurated For 1st Full Term After Re-ElectionHundreds of people crowded San Francisco City Hall’s Rotunda on Wednesday for the swearing-in ceremony of Mayor London Breed, the city’s first African American female mayor.
Embarcadero Homeless Navigation Center Poised To Open By End Of DecemberAfter months of construction, San Francisco Mayor London Breed is expected to tour the SAFE navigation center on the Embarcadero this week. It is preparing to open by the end of the year.
San Francisco Leaders Rally With Chinatown Residents Following Violent AttackSan Francisco city leaders joined dozens of Chinatown residents late Tuesday afternoon for a rally in the wake of a violent attack that injured three elderly men.
San Francisco To Help Workers Into Tech Industry With Newly Expanded Apprentice Program300 new apprenticeships for disadvantaged people trying to break into San Francisco's tech industry will be available over the next two years thanks to an expansion of the city's TechSF Apprenticeship Initiative,