Stories about David Campos

Cops, cars, guns and death

If the SFPD can't follow its own policies, the supervisors may decide to tighten the city's laws against officers leaving firearms in vehicles

Killing the American Dream

Will Trump's DACA "cruel, heartless, mean" decision be a turning point in his administration?

What the Airbnb settlement means

A big win for better enforcement -- if the city can make sure it happens

The Agenda, Dec. 12-18: Will the supes fold on free City College?

Plus: Building over a shaky PG&E gas main, a new police commissioner, and goodby to three really excellent supervisors: We look at the week ahead

Campos seeks $5 million to protect undocumented immigrants from deportation

Measure is first test of SF's commitment to Sanctuary City policies

Dede Wilsey joins big money against City Hall reform

Mayor's allies spending more than $800,000 against Props. D, H, L and M

The Agenda, Sept. 12-18: A plea for political honesty

No, there are not two progressives in D9. In D5, London Breed is an ally of the mayor. Can't the candidates admit what their political affiliations really are?

The Agenda, 7/25/2016: Down to the wire for the November ballot

The battle from last week continues as supes face deadline for public advocate, police reform

The Agenda, July 11-17: Why bad committee appointments matter …

... and the crazy period of budget approvals and deciding what goes on the November ballot

Airbnb regulations pass — unanimously

Surprise vote could force a dramatic change in the cannibalization of housing in SF