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South SF's youngest and first LGBTQ mayor talks Pride, city leadership

As we continue to celebrate Pride Month at KTVU, we're putting the spotlight on a young, local politician who is breaking down barriers in his community. 25-year-old James Coleman is the Mayor of South San Francisco and he is one of the youngest, openly LGBTQ mayors in the country. In 2020 during the height of the pandemic, the South City native was elected to a seat on the city council. The city has a mayoral rotation cycle and last year Coleman was sworn in as mayor, becoming the youngest and first openly LGBTQ mayor of South San Francisco. KTVU's Heather Holmes and Alex Savidge are joined by Mayor Coleman for more on his big plans for the future and for his city.

'Drag Me Downtown' holds show finale ahead of SF Pride

For a second year in a row, ‘Drag Me Downtown’ helped usher in the start of San Francisco Pride. The pop-up drag show series, which has been taking over downtown venues each week this month, held its finale on Thursday.

San Francisco police announce full deployment for many weekend events

A million people are expected in the city this weekend. In addition to SF Pride, several other events are happening that are likely to keep first responders busy. In front of the Harvey Milk Plaza at Market Street and Castro, city leaders, including the chief of police, came out to discuss safety for this weekend’s events.