Records suggest that the city can hit Ed Lee’s stated goal of 30,000 new units by 2020 quite easily.
The city’s contract goat herd has added 49 kids recently to help clear grassy lots and fields.
The project will cost $4.5 million and include rainbow crosswalks, wider sidewalks and outdoor seating.
Le Video, a favorite place to rent movies among San Francisco film lovers, said it may soon close.
The week’s news in photos from around the Bay.
Local police can track people and collect data in real time with this controversial technology.
Five-alarm blaze guts sprawling apartment complex under construction near UCSF campus and AT&T Park.
A common problem: What do you do if the new place isn’t ready the day you have to leave the old one?
Sixty percent of injuries and fatalities occur on just six percent of streets in the city.