Stories about SF General

PG&E picked a dumb fight with SF; will the city now pursue public power?

The passage of Prop. A means SF now can start building its own electric distribution system -- and the folks at PG&E are giving the supes every reason to do so

The Agenda, June 11-17: A chance to move beyond PG&E

With the passage of Prop. A, the city can start to chart its own clean-energy future

Stopping Facebook at SF General Hospital

Rally seeks to end company deals with medical centers -- oh, and we're sick of the name, too

Campaign Trail: Breed, SuperPACs and D8 campaign money

Senior staff at two big developers combined to give Jeff Sheehy $12,500, by far the biggest influence money in the race so far

Murder — or a tragic accident?

Two very different -- and irreconcilable -- versions of the death of Kate Steinle emerge in the Zarate trial

Video seeks to sell ‘fabulous’ units cleared by eviction

Building where 98-year-old faced Ellis Act eviction is now on the market -- as "fabulous" fully renovated condos -- in a video that shows the importance of checking the history of any property you buy, rent, or promote

The problem with how SF handles sexual assaults

And why the city needs to take a new approach that starts with the needs of the survivors

Mayor’s budget denies housing groups’ requests

Homeless service providers get far less than they requested in proposed city budget

The Agenda, March 20-26: Breed’s oddly conservative attack on income taxes

Supes will start to look at Trump's budget after board prez makes surprisingly conservative speech against progressive taxes

2016: Some very bright spots

Looking back at people, places, and performances that helped us survive a year of turmoil.