"I quit because I didn't want to perpetuate misleading facts," James Schwab said.
The lawyer for the so-called "hot cop" claimed a dangerous crowd was yelling "It’s the Hot Cop! F--k the police!" after his client hit two pedestrians with his car.
The district attorney said dropping low-level marijuana crimes would allow resources to be spent on solving homicides.
Four decades ago, the Reverend Raymond Broshears armed his disciples to keep LGBT people safe from crooked cops and violent homophobes. Their name: the Lavender Panthers. The legacy of their triumphs and the tragedy of their defeats live on in America’s culture wars.
Rent control policies could actually be making income inequality worse in gentrifying cities such as San Francisco, a new paper from Stanford University researchers argues.
Despite overall traffic deaths increasing across the country, pedestrian deaths are down in San Francisco and New York City.
The suspect was an acquaintance of the 14-year-old's family, police say.
The statue pays tribute to the estimated 200,000 women enslaved in Japan's military brothels during World War II.
Hirofumi Yoshimura said the American city should "treat this issue with careful consideration."
The parasite likely swam right up their noses.
Local government resolutions for impeachment do not carry legal weight, but can apply pressure on Congress.
Featuring "grab them by the pussy," "laziness is a trait in blacks," "they're rapists" and other gems from the 45th President of the United States.
Just a few hours after the Virginia shooting, another mass shooting took place in California.
The billionaire will donate proceeds from the auction to a charity that helps the homeless in San Francisco.
The 10-year-old boy survived the nasty fall, but park rides have been under an increasing level of scrutiny in recent years.
Tech employees are outraged at a payroll tax ballot proposal targeting tech companies to fund affordable housing.
Suhr has faced mounting criticism and protests for months in the wake of several high-profile police killings.
What led hundreds in San Francisco to march to City Hall?