Whether the fiscal and managerial troubles that have brought the City College of San Francisco’s accreditation into question threatens the school’s ability to remain open varies depending upon whom you ask. “The threat is real,”...
Local campaigners carefully watch the results of national elections.
Mayor Gavin Newsom pulls a disappearing act, but that doesn't stop the drama at city hall.
The weather felt a little more like fall again yesterday. Makes me want soup, tea, and hot toddies. Also makes me appreciate warmth and big, hot meals. The San Francisco Food Bank is getting ready...
Billboards, ballparks and budgets are on the ballot. Read our guide to the propositions.
By MADELEINE BAIR with additional reporting by HÉLÈNE GOUPIL
Mission District advisers have a few words for Barack Obama. By ALLISON DAVIS
Repainting the White House, Amnesty and Getting that Puppy: Moscone's Fifth Graders Have Their Say.
“Illegal.” “Scary.” “Unconstitutional.” “Cluster***k.” Curses multiplied like bounced checks at Tuesday night’s monthly meeting of the Small Property Owners of San Francisco Institute. To the eight dozen members gathered in the conference room of Saint...
Who are the candidates, what do they think and what neighborhoods count most in terms of votes?
San Francisco tradition of writers who raise political dollars continues in hipster Mission.
Group Finds Few Interested in Bush These Days, Sarah's the Ticket
It was live from City College as Univision reporter Alejandro Mendoza implored Spanish-speaking citizens on a recent Friday afternoon to come register to vote. “I always have Univision on,” said Rosabeta Almendares, who caught the...
When the seven candidates running for supervisor in District 9 began the portion of Thursday night's debate in which they could ask one another questions, most saved their toughest inquiries for police commissioner David Campos