Stories about San Bruno

Video casts doubt on prosecution theory in Kate Steinle killing

Grainy but clear evidence suggests Zarate was bending over when shot was fired

SF ‘resolves’ homeless camps — but where do the people go?

Documents show how encampments are broken up, with SFPD presence and often no notice -- but not how many residents get permanent housing

Houses over Bernal gas pipeline delayed again

Ronen points out that we can't trust PG&E to ensure that a 36-year-old high-pressure gas pipe won't blow up

Development over gas main gets delayed again

Planners still can't figure out what to do about a project that could disturb and old creaky PG&E gas line

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


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Jail plan moves forward, after protests ….

... But are there really six votes next week for this expensive plan? By Tim Redmond DECEMBER 2, 2015 – Protesters shut down a meeting of...

In Portola, a positive response to a very negative message

Community comes together to respond to anti-Chinese graffiti By Tim Redmond SEPTEMBER 11, 2015 – There was, Sup. David Campos said, some very good news coming...

Supes move forward with jail that we might not need

$240 million project that nobody has seen and that might be obsolete the day it opens gets preliminary approval from board members who say...

The Agenda, July 13-19: Should SF Build a new jail?

That's a real issue; the Mirkarimi pile-on is not. Plus: Stopping business displacement in the Mission and making tech dorms pay for affordable housing By...