Phil Ting runs for California State Assembly

Phil Ting will be running to represent the 12th District of the state assembly in 2012…

85 arrested after police raid “Occupy SF” Camp

A few dozen protesters try to retake Justin Herman Plaza…

SF: Another Muni rider robbed of cellphone

A man was robbed of his cellphone on a San Francisco Municipal Railway light-rail vehicle on Tuesday night…

SF Delays Vote on Checkout Bags Ordinance

The board voted 7-4 to again delay a vote on the legislation until it’s February 7 meeting…

Pier 27 makes way for America’s Cup

San Francisco’s Embarcadero will be the key viewing spot for the America’s Cup in 2012 and 2013…

Older Chinese riled by proposed SF bag fee

A proposed piece of legislation that seeks to impose a tax on the use of plastic shopping bags goes forward…

Mobile app provideing info on movie shot in S.F.

Film buffs eager to explore the cinematic history of San Francisco now have a new mobile app that points out where famous movies have been shot…

Corporate chain impacts on local SF businesses

Concerned community members and San Francisco city leaders examine impact of corporate chain stores like Walmart on city…

S.F. increases minimum wage

San Francisco will increase the minimum wage on January 1st, 2012 by 32 cents…

S.F. offering living Christmas trees

San Francisco’s Department of the Environment is providing a green way to celebrate Christmas by offering living, potted trees…

New S.F. Policy for Tree Maintenance

San Francisco is to transfer maintenance of street trees to property owners over a seven year period…

Bayview home invasion

Asian man suffers life-threatening injuries in a home invasion robbery…

SF DA calls for safer streets this holiday season

The District Attorney’s office has seen four traffic fatalities in the past six months…

City College Chinatown campus Fundraiser

Chinese community leaders are asking people to donate money for the Chinatown campus of City College of San Francisco…

Heavy fog advisory issued in bay area

Another heavy fog advisory has been issued for a Bay Area bridge this morning…

BART beefs up patrols to thwart holiday crimes

Passengers traveling on BART trains today might notice more police at downtown San Francisco stations…

SF, LA negotiating to close Occupy encampments

Los Angeles and San Francisco are seeking long-term solutions to the entrenched encampments by anti-Wall Street protesters…

San Francisco 2012 International Auto Show

The 54th Annual International Auto Show in San Francisco features the 2012 model vehicles from the world’s major manufacturers…

Mayor Ed Lee carved turkey for Salvation Army

San Francisco city officials wielded knives Wednesday in the name of charity…

SF Checkout Bags and Checkout Bags Charge

The City of San Francisco is proposed to charge customers 10 cents for checkout bags…

David Chiu looks ahead

Though he has not formally announced plans to run again for District 3 Supervisor…

Holiday season precaution against robberies

According to the San Francisco Police Department, there were 255 robbery cases between October 16 and November 12, which is 7% higher than the number for the previous month…

San Francisco Union Square Christmas Light

A giant Christmas tree was erected at the center of Union Square…

San Francisco finalizes election results

The Department of Elections certified the final vote totals for the offices of District Attorney, Sheriff, and Mayor, and the eight propositions…

95 people arrested after protest in downtown SF

A total of 95 people were arrested after a group of protesters stormed a Bank of America branch in downtown SF…

Police arrest dozens inside BofA branch in SF

Police have arrested dozens of protesters who stormed a Bank of America branch in downtown San Francisco…

App for emergency preparedness

Emergency officials in San Francisco today launched a free mobile app designed to teach emergency preparedness…

Most of SF cellphone warning law blocked

A federal judge has struck down most of a San Francisco law that requires retailers to warn customers about cellphone radiation and its health effects.

SF World Music Festival features Wang Xin Xin

The San Francisco World Music Festival will start Friday…

Revised Wal-Mart discrimination lawsuit filed

Lawyers for women employees of Wal-Mart Stores Inc. announced the filing of a revised discrimination lawsuit in federal court in San Francisco today…