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Tim Redmond

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Tim Redmond has been a political and investigative reporter in San Francisco for more than 30 years. He spent much of that time as executive editor of the Bay Guardian. He is the founder of 48hills.

Stopping evictions in the Western Addition

Plus: Housing nonsense in the Tenderloin, a Berniecrats art show—and who will replace Nancy Pelosi? That's The Agenda for Aug. 15-21

Not a whole lot of debating at D6 debate

Few major policy differences emerge—which is not good news for the challengers.

With sizable crowd and endorsements, Hamasaki formally files for district attorney

Candidate directly takes on Breed, corruption, and corporate power as 'sprint' to November begins

Jenkins faces serious challenge as Hamasaki announces run for DA

Former police commissioner with strong community ties says Breed's appointed incumbent is failing the city.

Newsom wants to investigate SF’s housing crisis. Here’s where he could start.

A state review might want to evaluate the failures of the market and the lack of funding for affordable housing. Anyone think that will happen?

Breed’s new Planning Commission nominee has little in the way of a political record

Mayor names an East Bay consultant who has very little record of any local activism on land-use issues.

Keep a creaking and dangerous nuke plant alive? Is PG&E serious?

Company wants to go back on 2016 deal and operate Diablo Canyon long after it should have been shut down. Plus: A D6 debate will showcase all the candidates. That's The Agenda for Aug. 8-15.

Why SF’s downtown is not coming back

For 50 years, SF mayors and their allies have pushed highrise office space, destroying anything in its path. They were wrong, and now we are paying the price.

Haney raised big money from anti-labor group

Govern For California, run by a former GOP advisor and co-founded by Ron Conway, sent $122,000 to Haney for Assembly in what some say is a dubious scheme

SF DA seeks return to the failed approach of the War on Drugs

A new crackdown on small-time dealers makes no sense—and it can't possibly work.