By Alexis Terrazas Bill Means, a born and bred Oglala Lakota from the Pine Ridge…
Janitorial workers who cleaned Ross Dress for Less clothing stores in the Bay Area were subject to systematic labor abuses, according to a lawsuit filed Oct. 24 in San Francisco.
After months of speculation and heated debate, City College of San Francisco’s future will soon become much clearer when the city’s high-profile trial against the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) is decided: either CCSF will retain its accreditation, or it will be forced to undergo a lengthy restoration process.
Watching Madison Bumgarner toss five masterful shutout innings in relief to close out the 2014 World Series apparently wasn’t enough for some people, who still felt the urge to throw stuff.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors passed legislation on Oct. 21 establishing ground rules for a controversial practice known as buyouts, in which landlords offer tenants money to vacate their units.
Protesters in the Mission District rallied on Oct. 4 to mark the one-year anniversary of the fight against a proposed market-rate development at the 16th Street BART plaza, an area where the Mission’s low-income and homeless have found sanctuary for many years. Activists and locals fear that the project at 1979 Mission Street threatens to displace the neighborhood’s historically working-class and minority residents.
Standing atop Bernal Hill, at the spot where Alejandro “Alex” Nieto was killed by SFPD gunfire six months ago, Benjamin Bac Sierra held the 33-page medical examiner’s report.
The city’s Board of Supervisors Budget and Finance Committee on Wednesday Sept. 10 approved Supervisor…
Rashawn Williams left a convenience store with a family member at around 6:50 p.m. when he was assaulted and stabbed at least once, according to SFPD spokesman officer Gordon Shyy.
Boxing is unapologetic. Fighters get hurt, ribs get bruised, and a single blow can alter…