by Bryce Covert Feb 2, 2015
It was the first time such a high-ranking White House official joined the city's yearly count.
by Alan Pyke Jan 22, 2015
The sharing economy isn't always the unadulterated positive force that it is often portrayed as being, and San Francisco housing market activists think they've found a good way to illustrate the downside of Airbnb's ascendance.
by Bryce Covert Nov 26, 2014
San Francisco's retail workers will now get two weeks' notice of schedules and pay if their shifts are canceled.
by Amelia Rosch Nov 21, 2014
The victim suffered wounds to his hand, face, neck and back, including one only a few inches from his spinal cord.
by Amelia Rosch Oct 30, 2014
Team members have been involved in a variety of causes, from LGBT rights to immigration reform.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Sep 18, 2014
"As an elected official, disclosing this personal health decision was a hard but necessary choice."
by Scott Keyes Jul 22, 2014
According to a new study, nearly two of every three homeless women in San Francisco were abused during a six-month study.
by Alan Pyke Jul 10, 2014
Mary Phillips has lived in the same San Francisco apartment for 50 years, but now a company that bought her building in 2012 is trying to kick her out.
by Scott Keyes Jul 2, 2014
There are approximately 6,500 homeless people in San Francisco but just seven places for them to shower. One woman is trying to help fix that.
by Bryce Covert Jun 11, 2014
San Francisco residents will decide whether the city will keep its status as the one with the highest minimum wage.