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People living in vehicles is the next frontier in the homelessness crisis for San Francisco city officials to deal with.
A new proposal would turn a parking lot near Balboa Park into a "triage center" for overnight parking and services.
The data says swag is an effective marketing tool, and sometimes the goodies are nice. Owen Thomas and Carolyn Said on “stuff we all get.”Reporter Melia Russell on new images atop Salesforce Tower.
Starting this fall, the tower top will show snippets of city life that are recorded by cameras planted around San Francisco.
But county assessors said it would be a logistical nightmare to implement.
The Chronicle's senior political writer Joe Garofoli explains how some politicians are ready to grab California's infamous third rail of politics -- Prop 13. Business editor Owen Thomas and writers Carolyn Said and Elena Shao discuss the city’s latest attempt to crack down on something.
Columnist Heather Knight and City Hall reporter Dominic Fracassa discuss the rise in clearly untreated mental illness on San Francisco’s sidewalks. Morris and Dominic Fracassa talk about the opportunities and risks the multibillion-dollar move would present.
Alexei Koseff of the Chronicle's Sacramento bureau joins Audrey Cooper to talk about the state getting four carmakers to agree to cut emissions — a deal that puts California on a collision course with the Trump administration.
In this episode we talk about the trend, focusing on San Francisco’s starcity, which is building a 270 bedroom coliving project in San Francisco and 800-room complex in San Jose.
With Mayor London Breed poised to cruise into a full term in office, Chronicle Editor In Chief Audrey Cooper and City Hall reporter Dominic Fracassa take stock of her past year in Room 200, and look ahead for what's in store for Breed over the next four years.
That seems to be changing with an explosion of pop-ups and even some brick-and-mortars springing up in unexpected places. The Chronicle’s wine critic shares her secrets and brings her spit bucket for a tasting session.
Plus: How California vintners are adjusting to climate change, which threatens Cabernet Sauvignon, the state’s most important grape.