Nonprofits, companies, and others are organizing teams for this year's AIDS Walk San Francisco, and people can join them or create their own for the charity event that raises about $2 million for HIV/AIDS organizations.
It's often said that for members of marginalized communities, their simple existence requires complicated acts of resistance.
District 8 Supervisor-elect Rafael Mandelman thanks voters after his victory in last week's election.
Oakland City Councilwoman at-large Rebecca Kaplan last week decided not to run for mayor herself, and instead endorsed a progressive African-American woman with an eye on challenging Mayor Libby Schaaf from the left.
On the second anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting, San Francisco's Castro district pays tribute to the 49 people killed in Orlando, Florida.
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For two days last weekend Jovanka Beckles, a lesbian who sits on the Richmond City Council, was in the second-place spot for the open 15th Assembly District seat, which stretches from Richmond south into parts of Oakland.
Aaron Salazar, the young, gay Latino man who was found critically injured adjacent to the train tracks near Truckee, California may soon be transferred from the intensive care unit to another facility at the Renown Regional Medical Center in Reno, Nevada.
Gay mayoral candidate Mark Leno conceded defeat Wednesday in his bid to become San Francisco's first LGBT mayor.
San Francisco's Phelan Avenue is one step closer to being renamed after celebrated bisexual Mexican artist Frida Kahlo after a Board of Supervisors committee gave its endorsement to the proposal.
Gay mayoral candidate Mark Leno remains stuck in second place, according to the latest returns posted late Monday afternoon.