Endurance athlete Jessica Goldman ran off from San Francisco City Hall this morning for a cross-country run to New York City that she hopes will break a world record and raise money for the treatment of traumatic brain injuries.
Members from the San Francisco Board of Supervisors will be meeting with the FBI in the coming week as part of an investigation into alleged corruption, gun running and other charges against suspended state Sen. Leland Yee and dozens of others.
A firefighter suffered minor injuries after a refrigerator with an overheated compressor sent smoke into a grocery store in San Francisco’s Sunset District on Tuesday afternoon, according to a fire spokeswoman.
Storage is one of the first things the new landlord will remove from a pesky, low-paying, long-term tenant–an obvious ploy to begin to make a rent-controlled tenant uncomfortable, or as in this case, an income-boosting device.
Tax breaks by San Francisco for Mid-Market employers were the target of a rally outside City Hall this afternoon by a public employee union that claimed the tax breaks prevent the city from funding important services like staffing 911 dispatchers and hospitals.