Stories about SRO

In historic vote, Democratic Party supports rent control

Although landlord lobbyists control the state Capitol, the party members overwhelmingly sent a pro-tenant message last weekend

Can burned-out SRO housing units be saved?

Yes -- but only if the city is paying attention and doesn't let speculators prevent right of return

As Trump wages war on women’s health, San Francisco’s elected women are fighting back

The battle against Trump is on, and women who hold elective office in SF are leading the way

The Agenda, Jan 23-30: Trump and the media, SROs and Central SoMa

We look at the crucial issues and decisions of the week ahead

Mayor cuts homeless prevention money; hundreds at risk

The cheapest solution to homelessness is prevention -- so why is Ed Lee cutting funding that keeps vulnerable people in their homes?

The Media Homeless Project: Is it working?

Let's see: Hundreds of stories later, the voters passed a terrible anti-homeless law and the people who won't fix the problem got elected to office. What are we doing wrong?

The Agenda: Why Breed and Lee are blocking Sanctuary City legislation

Plus: An attack on SRO hotels ... and why is the mayor cracking down on pot growers?

The Agenda, June 27-July 4: Why Kim really won, helping victims of the Mission fire …

... a Google bus survey, saving a 99-year-old's home and more: we look at the week ahead

San Francisco residents demand resources to address housing crisis

'Let's get in and march up there and tell the budget committee what we want done.'

Returning home after the fire: There’s some heartbreak and some hope

Many displaced tenants will be able to move back home -- if the landlord makes repairs in a timely fashion