News Public Works Director Mohammed Nuru, now charged with wire fraud, speaks in 2018. Photo by Kevin N. Hume Public Works Director Mohammed Nuru, now charged with wire fraud, speaks in 2018. Photo by Kevin N. Hume

San Francisco Weighs Corruption Reform — Will It Work?

Federal officials keep intervening in the city’s recurring corruption problem but local options exist.

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After the failure of SB 50 for another year, here are some bills that could make a difference in 2020.

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Former Planning Commissioner Tapped to Lead Department

The appointment fills the final hole left by multiple recent resignations by planning officials.

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Pedestrian Critically Injured at ‘Notoriously Dangerous’ Intersection

A man in his 20s was struck by a driver early Sunday morning where the city’s high-injury network meets a state highway.

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Overhauling San Francisco Government for the Digital Age

Maybe no one expects interacting with city government to be simple. But why shouldn’t it be?

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Email Snafu Gives Nonprofit More Time to Buy Veritas Buildings

The discovery comes during a tense week between tenant organizers and the city’s biggest landlord, which is selling off more than 2,000 units.

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Help Us Understand How Well San Francisco’s Health Care System Is Working...

Have you heard of Healthy San Francisco? We want to hear if you think the program is working for the people who need it.

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