BART fine for workers' deaths, supervisors outfox landlords, police tapes illuminate Nieto shooting, and the sorry state of public housing
Shrimp Boy is innocent (say his attorneys), Airbnb comes clean, and Ellis Act reform advances
Many residents feel they're moving from the frying pan of Housing Authority control into the fire of developer and nonprofit management
Is San Francisco trying to help the homeless -- or drive them away?
Can tech workers and progressive activists cooperate in the fight against displacement? Maybe, but don't tell their bosses.
San Francisco tenants' movement rises up and sets the agenda
San Francisco landlords targeted for elder abuse