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Queer Black twin sisters Melonie Green and Melorra Green named community Grand Marshals for SF Pride 51, with more Grand Marshals to be named next week.
The Bay Area Tigray Community is hosting a virtual event this afternoon to raise awareness of the ongoing conflict and humanitarian crisis in Ethiopia.
As the city responds to the Tenderloin lawsuit by clearing camps there, homeless people are flooding into Hayes Valley, neighbors say.
DogFest's annual contest was held online this year because of shelter-in-place — but the winning dogs are as cute as ever.
Protesters laid down in the street in front of Breed's house to decry her inaction on preventing COVID-19 spread among the unhoused.
Local businesses and event organizers are donating proceeds to wildfire rescue funds. Here's how you can help.
Captain Pagano will inherit a police station with relatively little violent crime, but a host of longstanding tensions.
Ben Dempster aims to help SF's small businesses through a self-funded app that allows them to talk directly to customers.
District 5's supervisor said she's working to find a new location that "works for everyone."
Names of all 17 victims were written on small signs and placed along a fence this morning.
Ehler collapsed at work on December 31st but is now in stable condition.
Haight Street was one of the first in the city to be named for a woman.
The former Nickies bartender passed away peacefully in his sleep during the weekend.