San Francisco Officials Announce Plan For Universal Mental Health CareCity leaders in San Francisco on Tuesday morning announced a plan for the first universal mental health care system in the U.S.
PG&E Bankruptcy Sets Stage For Possible Power GrabNews of a PG&E's plan to file bankruptcy sparked panic in some, but in others, it raised the possibility of a power grab.
SF Supes Vote To Put Free College Tuition On November 2019 BallotSan Francisco supervisors voted in favor of a charter amendment to let voters decide whether to extend City College of San Francisco's free tuition program. through the next decade.
SF Supes Pay $14.5 Million To Woman Paralyzed By Falling Tree LimbSan Francisco supervisors approved a $14.5 million settlement for Emma Zhou who was paralyzed from the waist down when she was struck by a heavy tree limb at a park.
San Francisco Supervisors To Take Action On Presidio Terrace SaleA key vote is looming Monday evening that could potentially block the sale of a street and sidewalk in a wealthy San Francisco neighborhood.
San Francisco Supervisors Hoping To Purchase Property For Central Subway ExpansionTwo San Francisco supervisors have started the process to make an offer to purchase a piece of property for a possible expansion of the Central Subway into the city’s North Beach neighborhood, the supervisors announced Thursday.
Sharp Park Golf Course Closure In Mayor Lee’s HandsSan Francisco Supervisors have given final approval to a measure that environmentalists hope will result in the closure of Sharp Park Golf Course in Pacifica.
SF Supervisors Pass Resolution Urging Military Spending Cuts, End To WarsSan Francisco supervisors are once again considering a resolution regarding U.S. military policy - this time the issue is military spending.
Keeping San Francisco Firefighters Costs SFFD Disaster Preparedness FundsThere will be no cuts in fire protection in San Francisco this year, despite the city's budget problems, but the chief said that this also means there won't be any money to respond to unexpected emergencies.
San Francisco Supervisors Begin Tackling BudgetSan Francisco Supervisors Monday began their two week annual nip and tuck at the City's new $6.8 billion dollar budget proposal. Compared to past years, it was a tame affair.
San Francisco Formulates Drug Drop Off ProgramThe San Francisco Supervisors’ Public Safety Committee moved closer on Thursday to developing a drug drop off program for people who want to dispose of old medications.
Future Of San Francisco’s Eagle Tavern Remains In QuestionThe future of one of San Francisco's original gay bars remains murky following an attempted sale and eviction.
San Francisco Officials Due For Pay Raise Despite DeficitSan Francisco Mayor Ed Lee said he will not accept a scheduled pay raise that was approved by the Civil Service Commission.
SF Elections Director Awaits Lawmakers On Special ElectionWhile the California state legislature hems and haws over whether to have a special election in June San Francisco's Department of Elections has been left hanging.
New Candlestick Contract Could Prolong 49ers Stay In San FranciscoSan Francisco supervisors have unanimously ended a long-simmering legal dispute with the 49ers over maintenance and rent at Candlestick Park.