San Francisco Names New Streets At Candlestick Point After Giants, 49ers GreatsFormer Giants and 49ers greats were at San Francisco City Hall on Sunday for a street-naming ceremony and, true to his nature, Joe Montana called an audible as the crowd cheered.
Warriors Set To Break Ground For New San Francisco ArenaThe Golden State Warriors announced Tuesday that team officials will host a groundbreaking ceremony for the Warriors' new state-of-the-art sports and entertainment complex in San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighborhood January 17.
San Francisco Mayor Calls For Zoning Controls On Marijuana CultivationSan Francisco Mayor Ed Lee Tuesday introduced legislation that would require a conditional use permit for indoor agriculture including marijuana cultivation in response to the recent legalization of recreational marijuana in California.
City Officials Show Support For Soda-Tax MeasureOfficials from several Bay Area cities on Friday joined forces to show their support of a November ballot measures that would tax sugary beverages.
SFPD Chief Suhr Out After Latest Fatal Police ShootingSan Francisco Mayor Ed Lee announced the resignation of SFPD Chief Greg Suhr in the wake of the latest fatal-officer involved shooting Thursday morning.
Mayor Lee Joins Call To Fire Muni Driver Caught Using Racial Slurs On CameraSan Francisco Mayor Ed Lee on Tuesday said the behavior of a Muni driver caught delivering a racist rant on camera will not be tolerated.
Hunger Strikers, Supporters Storm SF Supervisors MeetingFive wheelchair-bound hunger strikers and hundreds of their supporters marched on San Francisco City Hall Tuesday, demanding Mayor Ed Lee fire the city's police chief.
Suspects Arrested, Stolen Scooter Donated By Giants' Pence RecoveredTwo of three suspects have been arrested in connection with the burglary Saturday of the Make-A-Wish Foundation's San Francisco office, in which numerous items were stolen including a scooter donated by San Francisco Giants outfielder Hunter Pence, police said Tuesday.
San Francisco Officials Expand Sweep Of Homeless In SoMaAs the Friday deadline looms for San Francisco's homeless to clear out of the encampment along Division Street, city officials have expanded its sweep to encompass a four-block area that includes nearby Showplace Square.
San Francisco Supervisors Vote To Allow Rolling Stops For CyclistsThe rules of the road could be changing in San Francisco as the Board of Supervisors voted early Tuesday evening to allow cyclists to make safe rolling stops at stop signs.
SF Mayor Says Switch To Renewable Diesel For Transportation Fleet Is CompleteS.F. mayor Ed Lee announced at a summit in Portland, Ore. that San Francisco has completed a switch to renewable diesel at all 53 fueling facilities for the city's diesel vehicle fleet.
Protesters Pack City Hall For SF Police Commission MeetingA controversial meeting of the San Francisco Police Commission suddenly went into recess Wednesday evening after one speaker refused to step down at the end of her allotted time in public comment.
SF Mayor Lee Announces Creation Of New City Department To Combat HomelessnessSan Francisco Mayor Ed Lee announced plans Thursday to create a new Department to End Homelessness and spend $1 billion over the next four years helping homeless residents move into permanent housing.
Mayor Ed Lee Announces Better Service And New Buses For SF MuniBeginning on Sept. 26, the improvements include increased frequency on nearly a dozen Muni routes and replacing some smaller buses with new buses along the heaviest traveled routes.
SF Mayor Lee, Sheriff Mirkarimi Play Blame Game Over Pier 14 ShootingIn his first public comments about the shooting death of a woman by an illegal immigrant at Pier 14, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee blasted Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi over the handling of the suspect's detainment, and the sheriff responded in kind