Project Home: San Francisco Passes 'Long Overdue' Ordinance Requiring Landlords To Report VacanciesAmid a surge of vacancies in San Francisco’s apartment stock, a new law will allow the city to track just how many units are sitting empty.
COVID: Bay Area Charities Say Donations Down Drastically As Need Rises During HolidaysSome Bay Area charities and nonprofits report donations are down drastically due to the pandemic at a time when the demand has become dramatic.
San Francisco City Administrator Naomi Kelly On Leave After Husband Charged In Corruption ScandalSan Francisco City Administrator Naomi Kelly announced Wednesday that she is taking a leave of absence after her husband, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission General Manager Harlan Kelly, was charged by federal prosecutors with wire fraud on Monday.
COVID: Mayor London Breed Faces Major Scrutiny Over Dinner At French Laundry - 'Particularly Problematic'Mayor London Breed’s recent visit to a famed Napa Valley restaurant for a birthday party is drawing heavy scrutiny from critics who say politicians aren’t practicing what they preach.
Protests By Sikh Farmers In India Prompt Demonstration At San Francisco ConsulateMassive civil unrest is happening in the Punjab region of India over changes to the agricultural system there. But, it is part of a larger struggle that is reaching across the world to the Bay Area.
Jefferson Award: Longtime San Francisco Businessman Gives Back To The CommunityA San Francisco businessman who immigrated to the U.S. decades ago is giving back to the community as a "thank you" for his life in America.
Hawaiian Couple With COVID Arrested After Flying Home From San FranciscoSAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) -- Police in Hawaii arrested a local couple after they flew home from San Francisco knowing they both had COVID-19.
San Francisco's Muni Says Layoffs Possible As Agency Faces $68M Budget DeficitThe San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency may have to lay off nearly a quarter of its staff to shore up its projected budget deficit during the next fiscal year if the agency doesn't receive federal relief funding, agency officials said this week.
San Francisco Bans Smoking Inside Apartments, But Allows Pot SmokingSan Francisco’s Board of Supervisors approved a ban on smoking tobacco inside apartments Tuesday but made an exception for marijuana.
Victim Critical After Being Attacked With Piece Of Wood In San Francisco's BayviewA group of assailants attacked a man in San Francisco's Bayview neighborhood Tuesday night with a piece of wood, leaving him with life-threatening injuries, police said.
Purple Tier COVID Roundup: Rents Continue To Tumble; 49ers Off To Arizona; San Francisco Mayor London Breed's French Laundry Gathering With a surge in coronavirus cases, the information you need to know is coming fast and furious. Here's a roundup of the COVID stories we've published over the last 24 hours.
COVID Bay Area Exodus: Rents Continue To Tumble Across Bay Area, South Bay Sees 20% DropAs COVID cases climb and the exodus from the Bay Area continues, rents are falling with some of the biggest declines are in the South Bay.
COVID Purple Tier: 'Our Dangerous Winter Has Arrived,' Breed Warns Of New SF Restrictions, Possible Muni LayoffsOfficials in San Francisco on Tuesday said the city would soon roll out stricter COVID regulations as case rates and hospitalizations continued to spike, with Mayor London Breed warning that budget issues could lead to major layoffs for SFMTA workers.
COVID In San Francisco: Mayor London Breed Faces Scrutiny After Dining At French LaundrySan Francisco Mayor London Breed dined at the French Laundry in Napa Valley with several people last month, the latest elected official to face scrutiny for attending a gathering while also urging people to stay home to slow the coronavirus.
COVID: World AIDS Day 40th Anniversary Marked As COVID Pandemic Recalls Darkest DaysSeveral prominent civic leaders and activists, many from the Bay Area, honored the hundreds of thousands of Americans who’ve lost their lives to both AIDS and COVID-19 during this year’s World AIDS Day on Tuesday. This year’s event marks 40 years since the first cases of AIDS were reported in the U.S. and also coincides with a new major virus - COVID-19.