Stories about City Hall

#120hours Day 2: Protestors tell district attorney ‘do your job’

'People are dying, we just had another shooting just last week. Gascon do your job!'

The Agenda, 2017: How SF can really fight Trumpism

If City Hall is serious, we will look to raise taxes on the rich and provide services for those the feds would leave behind. Here's how

Forum: What the Nov. elections mean

Hear reporters talk about how the voters can change the city's future

The story Ahsha Safai doesn’t tell in his campaign for supervisor

He's a real-estate speculator, house flipper, and gets almost half of his money from the real-estate industry -- so why is he getting progressive support?

The lessons of the June 7 election

Grassroots organizing works. The mayor is done. And the progressives are well poised for November

What we won — and lost — with the Beast on Bryant

A united Mission community sill has serious problems with what the Planning Commission approved, and the project could be appealed to the supes.

Can we stop the displacement of arts space and industry?

Kim drafts legislation that would stop the decimation of affordable PDR and arts space in Soma and the Mission

The right to remain

Thanks to capitalism, the rate of change of culture now does not let deep roots settle--anywhere. But it doesn't have to be that way

The Agenda, May 30-June 5: Ed Lee’s bizarre judicial strategy ….

.... plus some real rules for Airbnb, a memorial for a local hero, Tasers and the cops, and more: We preview the week

The Agenda, May 23-29: Amateur hour in the Mayor’s Office …

... plus Due Process for All and the move toward a Public Advocate