San Francisco Cutting Business Ties With 22 States Over Abortion RestrictionsCity officials in San Francisco announced Wednesday it's cutting business ties with nearly two dozen states over laws restricting abortion.
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.
San Francisco Implements New Mental Health Conservatorship LawCalifornia's new conservatorship law took effect Thursday with staff members in San Francisco's Public Health Offices are already working on its implementation.
Federal Judge's Ruling May Boost San Francisco's Plan For Safe Injection SitesThe city of San Francisco could revisit a plan to open safe injection sites for drug users, after a federal judge's ruling.
San Francisco Mayor Dismisses NRA Claims Of Retreat On 'Terrorist' ResolutionSan Francisco Mayor London Breed on Tuesday dismissed the National Rifle Association's claims that she was backing down from the city's non-binding resolution labeling the NRA as a "terrorist organization."
Program Targets Opioid Overdose Deaths At San Francisco SRO HotelsWith overdoses related to fentanyl on the rise in San Francisco, the city will begin implementing a new program at Single Room Occupancy hotels.
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.