Stories about PG&E

SFPUC could be accepting PG&E’s nuclear energy

It's free. It's worth $1.4 million a year. But it's by no means 'clean energy' -- so why is CleanPowerSF considering it?

How teachers leapt inequity hurdles when COVID shut schools

Special education breakouts, music videos, grocery cards, telephone trees: Teachers got creative to reach needy students.

Who’s to ‘blame’ for our failures to respond to this crisis?

Consider the corporate execs and the politicians who bowed to their wishes for 'efficiency' and higher profits over preparedness and human needs.

Bayview Hunters Point tests its air

Finding sites for the Marie Harrison Air Monitoring Network puts the needs of the Bayview back in the hands of the community.

Stopping evictions and price-gouging in the coronavirus crisis

Plus: the need for an arts, worker, and small-business bailout—and the mayor will get asked about corruption. That's The Agenda for March 9-15.

Affordable housing is a great bargain for SF

The New York Times (along with many others) completely misses the reality of the housing market in this city.

What did Breed’s Nuru announcement really mean?

Sorting out the lingering questions about the mayor's connections to the disgraced public works director.

A culture of corruption at City Hall

A generation of mayors allowed this to happen -- and all it does is help Donald Trump's agenda.

Why so little state money for housing?

Plus: The next move to take over PG&E, saving City College classes -- and another big payout for police misconduct. That's The Agenda for January 12-19.

Forget SB 50 — San Francisco needs a bold plan for social housing

European cities show how more than half the housing stock can be taken out of the private market -- and it works.