Voting by race has made the city's political representation more Asian. It could be what puts 33-year-old Jane Kim on the board of supervisors.
With homicide cases going unsolved and morale in the police department sinking, Heather Fong's days as chief may be numbered.
Exiled in retirement after Fajitagate, ex–Police Chief Earl Sanders has re-emerged with a fresh account of the infamous Zebra murders. And his critics are on the warpath.
Why S.F.'s police watchdog agency has never been effective - and why Prop. H won't change that
When police officers and death coincide, the public has a right to the official record of the event
Marin County has a program to protect bicyclists. In S.F., we keep killing them.
Bicyclists vs. motorist cracker morons and their inbred Sacramento siblings
When can a repeat felon manipulate the police and fire departments to crush a law-abiding bar and restaurant? When the felon's a San Francisco pol, and the bar's on Mission Street.
Investigations launched into money collected from massage parlor workers
How police bungled the exotic poison-for-profit case known as Foxglove
The Chans were set to build a nice, simple home on their own property. Then Chronicle honcho Jerry Roberts and his relentless wife moved next door. Suddenly, everything became very complicated and very nasty.
A cop's doodle travels to Washington, D.C., and returns as a warm-and-fuzzy crackdown on S.F.'s projects
The bud men of Haight Street
The Fang family rides tabloid journalism and hardball politics to the winner's circle
Five months ago, two black homicide detectives got fed up with the Police Department's inaction on black-on-black murders. Thus was born the Crime Response Unit to Stop Homicide (CRUSH): six cops with the grit and guile to tackle the toughest cases in the