What has the SFPUC has been dumping in city gardens?
Recent events hurt Mayor Gavin Newsom's case for refusing to enforce sanctuary law
With its numbers down and its stars leaving, a progressive party contemplates its prospects
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ISSUE: James Madison Freedom of Information Award winners fight the power
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ISSUE: Ethics Commission system for routing out political corruption doesn't work, but it could easily be fixed
SF's cab industry is about to change dramatically — but no one knows how an experiment in selling permits will actually turn out
Day of Action started on UC campuses, but it's grown to encompass wider calls to fund public education and services
The bill vs. CCAs
California loses a "determined old warrior"
City College entities battle over fiscal oversight in the wake of a money laundering scandal
June ballot showcases the lopsided struggle against big money interests
Park goers will still have access to their beloved green space- but change is gonna come
SEIU's internal problems are rippling through San Francisco's political scene
"In California, forestry is the only sector that has a positive effect on air quality," says Sierra Pacific Industries
How downtown tried to scuttle a law protecting city parks
Constitutional convention campaign says it's being sabotaged by the ballot-initiative industry
Newsom pushes business tax cuts and fee delays despite evidence they do more harm than good
Is the local business tax exemption for this thriving industry worth the cost?
Rushing Lennar's fishy Candlestick plans through the approval process out of political fear
Guess what? SF actually spends about what other big cities do
Green City: SF officials are investigating whether PG&E broke the law with these misleading mailers