Stories about Bernal

Election Day: Early turnout is light, but that will change

Lots of vote-by-mail voters seem to have waited until the last minute to cast their ballots.

What we saw at Sundance, part 1: Wild rides and deep looks

Our annual trip to the fest turned up dreamy features, experimental masterworks, and a strikingly intelligent horror doc.

Haney proposes sweeping reforms for public works

A new clean-streets agency would operate under a commission with public hearings and oversight.

Hiking the Crosstown Trail: a photo-essay, part one

Photographer Lucas Thornton walks the 16.7-mile trail, which opened in June and cuts from Candlestick Point to Lands End.

Supes poised to create 12 new districts where vacancy tax can be assessed

Every part of town would have a neighborhood commercial district where vacant storefronts would pay a fee.

As Amazon burns, Democratic leaders deny climate-change debate

Effort to get presidential candidates to focus on the future of the planet fail at Democratic National Committee meeting.

Excelsior residents oppose new luxury housing project

Critics say Ocean Ave project has too little affordable housing and not enough room for working-class families.

DA candidates address SF’s failures in sexual assault cases

Proposed policies would shift the city to a survivor-centered approach

Hopes, fears, dreams, and ‘The Last Black Man in San Francisco’

"Brad Pitt can be your executive producer, but you’re still living at your parents’ house": Breakthrough film's star and director speak about their local history.

Bernie and Biden: A foreign policy analysis

Two of the leading Democratic presidential contenders have spent decades in DC. Here's a look at their records on war, interventionism, and other key issues.