Faith-based activists take over San Francisco mayor’s office seeking affordable housing for seniors
Mayor Breed says the courts have denied the last remaining claim holding up the opening of a homeless navigation center along the San Francisco waterfront and that the center will open by the end of the year.
In light of the unprecedented number of evacuees, San Francisco will open a temporary disaster shelter to assist those who have been displaced.
Her opponents and protesters have criticized the interim appointment, accusing Breed of trying to tilt the election to Loftus.
Despite motion from opposition, Mayor Breed says construction of navigation center will continue.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed wants inmates from the jail at 850 Bryant Street moved by 2021, but there are questions as to whether that is a feasible deadline. The building has been known to be seismically unsafe since the 1990s.
Following a Philadelphia U.S. District Judge's ruling on Wednesday that safe injection sites don't violate federal laws, San Francisco city officials are hopeful they can finally open one in an effort to stop drug use and overdose deaths.
It was a packed house inside Local 798 Union Hall with firefighters pressing the top four candidates for San Francisco mayor. Immediately following the mayoral forum, firefighters debated their decision and chose to endorse former acting Mayor London Breed. Cristina Rendon reports.
There were tense moments at San Francisco City Hall Tuesday culminating with the ouster of acting Mayor London Breed who will be replaced by Supervisor Mark Farrell as the interim mayor after a vote from the Board of Supervisors. Jana Katsuyama reports.
A long-line of people are entering public comment at San Francisco City Hall Tuesday, six weeks after Mayor Ed Lee unexpectedly passed. They are either for or against keeping London Breed on as acting mayor. Ultimately the supervisors will decide if she should be replaced by a "caretaker" mayor until June's special election. Alyanna Gomez reports.
The increasingly tense battle over immigration policy in the Bay Area has some mayors willing to risk personal freedom to support sanctuary cities.
Some trash-talk at San Francisco City Hall put the Office of the President of the Board of Supervisors at odds with a tourist.