Three popular attractions in Golden Gate Park will soon see “flexible” pricing rates for entrance fees charged to visitors residing outside of San Francisco on weekends, which city officials hope will raise revenue and relieve congestion.
Police activity in the Sunset District in August, 2019.
The proposed California Anti Corruption Initiative is envisioned
to change this sorry state by making it illegal to affix or
associate the name of ANY living individual to any publicly owned
bridge, right of way, vehicle or other property.
The San Francisco School Board’s abrupt change to its decision to cover some controversial murals with panels instead of paint has satisfied almost no one, but has also left opponents of the painting option scrambling to respond.
District 4 Supervisor Gordon Mar’s office discovered an unsettling detail about the crime statistics made available by the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD): They are few and far between.
Fighting the Housing Crisis By Assemblymember Phil Ting When disaster strikes, we’ll need our firefighters, paramedics and other first responders on the scene as soon as possible, because minutes can mean the […]
This photo shows the northwest corner of Ninth Avenue and Geary Boulevard, the future site of the Pacific Telephone Company building.
Do you feel that each year goes by faster and faster as you get older? I sure do. Just like that, summer is over, schools are back in session and we are into the fall season!
An anonymous wit declared: “Capital punishment is when the government taxes you to get capital so that it can go into business in competition with you and then taxes the profit on your business in order to pay its losses.”
Things to do on San Francisco’s west side in September, 2019.
2019 candidates for SF district attorney share their views before the upcoming election.
We see around us every day that what’s happening on our streets isn’t working. We lead the nation in burglaries, larcenies and car thefts, yet only one arrest is made for every six crimes reported.
San Francisco is not just where I’m from; it’s part of who I am. It’s where I rode Muni to my public schools – including Frank McCoppin Elementary, Alamo Elementary and Roosevelt Middle School – and it’s where I’m raising my family in the Sunset.
When it comes to homelessness, car break-ins and police accountability, the San Francisco district attorney’s office has been part of the problem – I’m running to make it part of the solution.
This is a unique moment in American and San Francisco history. It is the first time in a lifetime when there is a broad national consensus that the criminal justice system is broken. It needs drastic reform.