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In what could be his first move toward the mayor's seat, Don Perata's political machine is working overtime to elect one of its own to Oakland's City Council
SEIU's internal battles could divert critical resources from the fall election
A conflicted committee nixes an election complaint as tensions grow at SF's big union local
At a time when organized labor is slipping, SEIU's national leaders are wasting their resources trying to discredit Sal Rosselli
EXCLUSIVE: Internal emails show top staffers seeking to undermine dissidents in contested union election
How a small SF union lost its independence -- and can't get it back
Trailing in the polls, embattled state senator Carole Migden takes regulators to federal court to save nearly $1 million in campaign funds
Hearings explore the deadly tiger attack and its ramifications
Thom Hartmann cracks the code of what wins over Americans
Public-golf revenue is up millions of dollars. But a costly public-private contract has swallowed most of the money
Despite efforts to privatize city golf, revenues are actually up millions of dollars. But a costly public-private contract has swallowed most of the money.
Mayor Gavin Newsom has ignored proposals for safe syringe collection
The trouble with carbon offsets
Privatization plan raises concerns about cronyism and giving away public resources
This is nuts: A bizarre tale of the insanity that is SF's mental health system
SoMa homeowners fight the reopening of a rock 'n' roll gay bar and renew the neighborhood's old NIMBY-versus-nightlife fight
A multinational development company is putting up big bucks for the Trans Bay Cable, but sustainable power advocates call it "a waste of resources"
Another private development proposal sinks. Piers are falling into the water. Is the Port of SF broken?
San Francisco blogger draws corporate and conservative wrath for educating KSFO's advertisers