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Ruling provides more access to SFPD misconduct files

August 13, 2014
A California appellate court issued a ruling this week opening up San Francisco Police Department personnel files to prosecutors, who then must disclose...

Touch of class

CAREERS + ED Six courses to expand your horizons

SF and UC systems dragging their feet on fossil fuel divestment

July 22, 2014
The San Francisco Employees’ Retirement System and University of California Board of Regents -- two local entities targeted by campaigns urging them to divest...

SF bankers now exporting tenant-displacing TIC loans

Fractional mortgage loans used to convert apartments into owner-occupied tenancies-in-common have fed the eviction and displacement crisis in San Francisco, where the median home...

San Francisco to study dropping speed limit to 20 mph for pedestrian safety

July 15, 2014
As a part of a citywide effort to eliminate all pedestrian deaths by 2024, San Francisco will study the impact of reducing speed limits...

Reinstate the 42: SF protest in solidarity with Brazilian transit workers

Hey there, lovers and haters of the World Cup, if you missed out on the protest of Google and FIFA at Pride, there’s still...

Jury find SF officer used excessive force in beating a restrained arrestee

June 26, 2014
A jury last week unanimously convicted a San Francisco police officer of using excessive and unnecessary force, although the San Francisco Police Department cleared...

Spotlight on transgender issues

This year's Trans March comes at a high-profile moment for the community

Sex behind bars

"Prison of Love" Pride party in the Armory raises concerns about celebrating prison rape