A bill proposing a temporary toll increase for Bay Area bridges to fund public transportation has been shelved, its authoring legislators said Monday.
Sister Unity with the Los Angeles Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence said the group was honored to find out the LA Dodgers planned to present them the "Community Hero Award" at the team’s Pride night in June. Then suddenly, the Sisters were disinvited, the award, rescinded.
The supervisors say the district attorney's opinion that Anthony, the guard, would mount a successful self-defense argument in court is wrong given that a weapon was never found at the scene or on Brown.
San Francisco's drag and LGBTQ+ community is both devastated and mourning the sudden passing of legendary performer, Heklina, on Monday.
An appeals court has blocked a $312 million housing project at People’s Park in Berkeley. The court ruled the project fails to address environmental concerns.
After Roe v. Wade was overturned, supporters of same-sex marriage say they want to take action now to ensure anyone who wants to get married in California can do so.
Moments after approving an expanded goal for affordable housing construction on Tuesday, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors called on the state to build housing on top of San Francisco's California Department of Motor Vehicles field office parking lot.
State Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, said Tuesday he received a bomb threat targeting his home and office, the latest action targeting the politician for what he says is his support of LGBTQ issues.
State lawmakers and Bay Area leaders are calling on Governor Gavin Newsom to sign legislation legalizing supervised drug consumption sites.
Monkeypox vaccinations in San Francisco shifted into high gear on Tuesday where the city distributed approximately 10,000 doses it received from the federal government.
The effort to contain the monkeypox virus continues as San Francisco General Hospital's vaccine clinic reopened Monday, where medical staff hope to administer 4,000 doses this week.
San Francisco is running out of the monkeypox vaccine at a time when demand is surging. According to the San Francisco Department of Public Health, only 50 doses remain available on Wednesday.
Gov. Newsom noted Friday that the bill does not legalize prostitution
As of the Tuesday night election, San Francisco Unified School board President Gabriela Lopez and members Faauuga Moliga, and Allison Collins no longer hold their seats.
If very young Californians want to get a COVID vaccination without their parents' approvals, should they be able to get them? The answer to that is likely to be yes and soon
State Sen. Wiener's legislation is permissive, not a mandate, but any vaccination legislation has been hugely controversial in California and elsewhere.
The City of San Francisco is pursuing a policy to allow safe consumption sites to address the problem of drug overdoses and open use on city streets.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has approved two measures to slice through local zoning ordinances as the most populous state struggles with an affordable housing shortage.
California has moved another step closer to decriminalizing psychedelics amid a debate over whether their prohibition is an outdated remnant of the War on Drugs.
The state Senate passed a bill on Thursday by just one vote that would allow the programs in Oakland, San Francisco and Los Angeles County.