Possible Release Of San Francisco Condo Assault Suspect DelayedThe man accused of assaulting a woman in front of her San Francisco condo building was back in court Wednesday, but will remain in custody after additional assault charges weren't dropped as expected.
New Charges Against San Francisco Condo Attack Suspect To Be DroppedA man charged with assaulting a woman outside her San Francisco waterfront condo complex will not face additional criminal counts from a February assault after his defense attorney presented evidence that he was in Southern California at the time.
Lawsuit Targets San Francisco Police, Mayor Breed Over Freelance Journalist ProbeThe free speech advocacy organization First Amendment Coalition on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against both San Francisco police and Mayor London Breed, alleging that both Breed’s office and the Police Department have refused to release public records related to the investigation into freelance journalist Bryan Carmody.
San Francisco Mayor Announces $10M In Stipends For City EducatorsSan Francisco Mayor London Breed on Monday announced a $10 million stipend pilot program to support and retain teachers at under-resourced schools in the city's school district.
Judge Says She Hadn't Seen Video Of San Francisco Attack Prior To Releasing SuspectA San Francisco judge and top city officials on Friday were trying to explain why video of woman being attacked in front of her building near the Embarcadero last weekend was not enough to keep the suspect locked up.
San Francisco Condo Attack Suspect Austin Vincent Remains Free; Ordered To Wear Ankle MonitorAustin James Vincent, a homeless man who was arrested after a vicious attack of a San Francisco woman was recorded by a surveillance camera, was ordered Friday to wear an ankle GPS monitor but allowed to remain free to receive mental health treatment.
San Francisco Supes Eliminate Several Fees For Affordable Housing ProjectsCreating affordable housing in San Francisco may get easier after the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved eliminating several fees for affordable housing developments.
Breed Appoints Leader In Restructuring Of San Francisco Housing AuthoritySan Francisco Mayor London Breed has named a new leader to help transition the embattled San Francisco Housing Authority as the city prepares to take over the agency.
Costumed Activists In San Francisco Push Pelosi On Trump ImpeachmentWhile House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was in San Francisco Friday for a speaking engagement, a group of costumed protesters called for Pelosi to begin impeachment proceedings a few blocks away.
Community Pitches In At Event To Clean-Up San Francisco's StreetsMore than 600 volunteers joined San Francisco's mayor in an effort to help clean up the city's streets Wednesday morning.
Mayor Announces Agreement to Extend Free Tuition at City College of San FranciscoMayor London Breed announced Thursday the city has reached an agreement to keep City College of San Francisco free through the next decade.
San Francisco Port Commission Approves Embarcadero Navigation CenterThe San Francisco Port Commission unanimously voted to approve the operation of a temporary SAFE Navigation Center on a portion of Seawall Lot 330 in the Embarcadero.
Mayor Breed Unveils Plan To Power San Francisco Buildings With 100% Renewable EnergySan Francisco Mayor London Breed on Monday unveiled a plan to transition the city's largest private commercial buildings to 100 percent renewable electricity over the next decade.
Politicians French Expatriates Express Sadness After Notre Dame Cathedral Burns In ParisSan Francisco Mayor London Breed and other Bay Area politicians sent out statements in solidarity with Paris after a catastrophic fire Monday ravaged much of the iconic Notre Dame cathedral.
San Francisco Supervisors Push To Shut Down Juvenile HallA group of San Francisco supervisors plans to push for a new ordinance that could eliminate the city's juvenile hall in less than three years.