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Yesterday’s Crimes: The White Night Riot at 40

On-again, off-again public servant Dan White walked into San Francisco’s City Hall…

 

First Vote to Shutter S.F.’s Juvenile Hall Passes Unanimously

San Francisco supervisors took the first step in shutting down the city’s…

 

Wiener’s SB 50 Housing Bill Postponed Until 2020

State Sen. Scott Wiener’s controversial housing bill that would have upzoned most…

 

SFPD’s Non-Compliance Means Life or Death for Domestic Violence Survivors

The threats that survivors of domestic violence face last long after that…

Lift Us Up, Don’t Lock Us Down: The Battle to Close Juvenile Hall

“My grandma and grandpa are old tradition. They’re rooted,” Jocelyn Mati says.…

Juul Drops a Ballot Measure to Snuff Out Vape Ban

The Board of Supervisors will be considering a ban on e-cigarettes in…

Unsurprisingly, Cal Fire Determines PG&E Caused Deadly Camp Fire

Seven months after the Camp Fire leveled Paradise and left 85 people…

Chem Tales: Flow Kana Founder Believes Cannabis Could Crumble Big Ag

Flow Kana founder and CEO Michael Steinmetz had an epiphany while touring…

Work Begins on S.F.’s New Animal Shelter

Walk into San Francisco Animal Care and Control’s building on 15th and…

Office Developer Fees Are Overdue to Fund Affordable Housing, Advocates Say

Funds for affordable housing is expected to get a boost with enough…