Citing reporting failures by the police department, the volunteer board is asking the City Council to end use of the cameras.
After a series of robberies and and assaults in Chinatown, city leaders are arguing over approaches to funding public safety.
Grocery workers are at a higher risk of contracting COVID-19. Advocates say they deserve to be fairly compensated for working in hazardous environments.
The city will issue citations in these areas for the first time since March. Here’s what you need to know.
The administration predicts an alarming $150 million city funding shortfall over the next two years. Councilmembers and city employees call for more transparency.
The money could help patch the city’s $62 million shortfall and reactivate fire engines.
Councilmember Nikki Fortunato Bas will hold a series of meetings to gather input for the park’s master plan.
As the COVID-19 pandemic swept California, fentanyl overdoses increased and access to sterile syringes dwindled. Alejandra del Pinal’s harm-reduction group was one of a few to respond.
Civil rights attorney Pamela Price and San Francisco Police Officer JoAnn Walker said they’ll offer voters a “progressive ticket for justice transformation.”
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