With a November vote on controversial ballot measure looming
Advocates for reform were guarded with their praise
When Greg Brundage bought his condo on Lombard Street in the mid-’90s, he felt like he was getting a home above the Spanish Steps of Rome, with views of white...
A huge gust of wind dragged him across a parking lot and onto a highway, where he was hit by a car
It will debut at Madame Tussauds San Francisco later this year
In honor of the team's upcoming 'Full Clubhouse Night' on Sept. 30
The soda industry’s largest trade body is suing the city of San Francisco over rules that would require mandatory warning labels on soda advertisements and ban...
Investors love Airbnb, but the reaction in its own backyard has been mixed.
The Uber driver who picked up Jeb Bush Thursday on a San Francisco street corner doesn’t normally vote and didn’t recognize the Republican frontrunner. But the...
Local sheriff decries “finger-pointing” and “distortion” after deadly shooting
Killing of Kathryn Steinle at Pier 14 "yet another example of why we must secure our border"
Just months after voters rejected a proposal to raise taxes on sugary drinks
Measure is aimed at curtailing locals' consumption of high-calorie drinks
The company is releasing its own assessment of how Airbnb affects the city, which paints a rosier view than previous reports
The writing's on the wall
Fights over privacy and business continue to plague the popular home-sharing platform in the City by the Bay
Effective Jan. 1, 2016
Players have been dipping for as long as anyone can remember, but that could soon change
The proposal would take a trailblazing regulation measure passed last year and make it more restrictive
The Archdiocese of San Francisco called the system "ill-conceived"