If you've ever wondered whether the health care surcharge on your restaurant bill is actually going toward funding health insurance for the restaurant's employees, there's good news and bad news. The good news is that the vast majority of S.F. restaurants are in compliance. The bad news is that a ha ... More >>
Update 2:10 p.m.: City Supervisors respond to U.S. Supreme Court decision on Prop. 8. Read at the bottom Original story 12:29 p.m.: The U.S. Supreme Court just announced that it will review the federal constitutional challenge to Proposition 8, California's ban on gay marriage, as well as the Def ... More >>
George GascónThe San Francisco City Attorney's Office yesterday contradicted statements District Attorney George Gascón made last week about why his office has refused to release an internal memo criticizing the DNA unit of the city's troubled police crime lab.The memo, which was authored by na ... More >>
Belinda Exon is no longer richSF Weekly readers might have wondered whatever happened to Belinda Exon, the devious contractor who took of with more than $1 million in San Francisco funds designated for low-income housing. Well, she's going to prison -- for three years. Our sister paper OC Weekly ... More >>
The nation's biggest player in the apartment rental business has found huge profits in low-income housing
The Environmental Defense Fund embarks on a national campaign to shame San Francisco into restoring the other great Yosemite valley, Hetch Hetchy. But is shame really a good political strategy?
Once upon a time, there were airport officials who wanted to spin tall tales, spend $745,000 on Honduran boondoggling, and not explain very much
All the city's most bombastic commercial landlord wants is a San Francisco-themed casino in Las Vegas ... or absolute misery for anyone who gets in his way
Why did the U.S. Attorney's Office angle for fingerlings -- and apparently ignore trophy catches -- during its corruption investigation at the San Francisco Housing Authority?
Sinkhole that ate Seacliff still eats at its residents
The Pigeon Lady of Noe Valley has neighbors diving for cover