Stories about UCSF

33 arrested at ‘Frisco Five hundred’ City Hall shutdown

Angry actions escalate amid police violence; three journalists injured by sheriff's deputies

Day XIII: Ed Lee hides as 700 protesters march to City Hall

A locked door meets five people in wheelchairs; Lee's staff can't answer questions about police accountability

Chaos isn’t “change”

Cities always change -- but is the private market the only factor that matters?

Lee avoids tough questions in mayoral debate

The challengers did the best they could, but a weak format allowed Lee to duck any criticism of his record By Tim Redmond OCTOBER 9, 2015...

Forum looks at Higher Ed problems in SF

Teachers, students from SF State, City College and SF Art Institute decry salary cuts, job insecurity -- and the impact of education By Marco Gonzales SEPTEMBER 10,...

Jim Meko: A remembrace

SoMa activist dies at 66; helped protect blue-collar jobs in the district By Zelda Bronstein AUGUST 9, 2015 -- Jim Meko, president of the SoMa Leadership...

The Wild West of zoning: Go ahead, create DNA-altered glow-in-the-dark roses in SoMa. Nobody’s watching.

By Zelda Bronstein In recent weeks 48 hills has revealed that the Planning Department’s lax enforcement of San Francisco’s zoning laws has allowed the illegal...

Supervisors defy progessive community, approve Google Bus Project

By Tim Redmond APRIL 2, 2014 -- The San Francisco supervisors defied pretty much the entire progressive community last night and gave a green light...

Supes hear how nasty and awful soda is

      My son had a class in high school today about alcohol, something we never had when I was growing up. Back then, you learned...