Weeks after the Inside Safe program focused on the streets around El Pueblo, the area still has at least three dozen tents. Other areas face similar issues.
Pelvic care is experiencing a hot wellness rush, but solutions can be wildly inaccessible. “This sector is exploding right now,” says one physical therapist.
Castles, train rides, ghost towns, underground gardens, pixie margaritas and grunion runs. Here’s what’s at the top of your list.
Some witnesses offered the names of everyone they’d seen with the so-called Executioners tattoo. One provided pictures of a desk decorated with the group’s symbol.
A California appeals court reversed Gov. Gavin Newsom’s decision to deny parole for Leslie Van Houten, a follower of cult leader Charles Manson.
Senate candidates who hope to replace Feinstein try to define themselves as they court Democratic activists
With few policy differences among them, the top Democratic candidates running for retiring Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s seat are leaning on history and biography as they woo voters.
The revised $307-billion budget proposal that Gov. Gavin Newsom recently submitted is either too fat with spending or too thin on taxes, Legislative Analyst Gabriel Petek asserted.
The spate of store closures near Union Square, a tourist destination and the heart of San Francisco’s shopping core, has concerned business leaders and economists alike.
Even in the Philippines, the 1945 battle by American and Filipino forces to liberate Manila is largely forgotten. Researchers and historians are trying to change that.
Alfred Arrieta of Seal Beach hit the century mark last week and is looking forward to paying tribute to his fellow servicemen on Memorial Day.