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City Offers Free Summer Museum Admission to Low-Income Residents

San Francisco residents receiving public benefits will be able to visit more…

Uber, Lyft Tax Inches Closer to 2019 Ballot

Rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft could start seeing higher fares, should…

Wiener Cheers as 4 a.m. Last Call Bill Advances

State Sen. Scott Wiener’s third attempt to extend alcohol sales to 4…

S.F. May Ban Publicly-Funded Travel, Business With States Enforcing Abortion Restrictions

Last week’s near-complete ban on abortions in Alabama sent the nation’s progressives…

Rules Committee Approves Rent Board Member With Veritas Link

A Rent Board member with a connection to San Francisco’s largest landlord…

Conservatorship Vote Moves to Full Board — But Will It Pass?

The discussion around how coercive San Francisco should be in managing its…

UPDATE: No Shooter Found After Potrero Hill Evacuation

Police found no shooter after reports of an armed person was reported…

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…