The city of San Francisco yesterday filed suit vs. a company called Rehab Financial Corporation that has contracted with the city for 20 years, claiming it stole $1 million in city funds set aside to assist low-income homeowners. In the suit, San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera alleges Reh ... More >>
In San Francisco, lizards, rodents, and vicious Chihuahuas have all been declared service animals.
Gavin Newsom has a plan to clean up the Bayview in five years. If only his programs were working as well as his PR machine.
How the sordid extraction of $50 million from Rincon Hill developers helps Chris Daly, city bureaucrats, and Gavin Newsom -- and hurts everyone else in San Francisco
Gavin Newsom's push to move the "chronic" homeless into supportive housing has made him the darling of the Bush administration's homelessness czar. But is there enough money to make it work?
Contractors accuse the Examiner's owners of not paying their bills
Letters from January 24, 2001
The city's new weight discrimination law is badly reasoned, legally defective, costly, and bad for public health
The snitches mumbled, stumbled, equivocated, and perjured themselves The jury found Bernard Temple -- the man prosecutors believed to be a bloodthirsty assassin for drug dealers -- not guilty of murder.
The diner manager told the cook not to prepare the poached eggs a pretty woman had ordered. The next day, the cook shot the manager to death. They had worked together amicably for 20 years. The unanswerable why of it all will haunt family and friends fore
They look like cops. They carry guns like cops. They can even arrest you like cops. But San Francisco's patrol special officers are a different breed of police - one marked for extinction by the SFPD and powers that be.