Nikai David, a 33-year-old Black transgender woman from Hayward, became the 159th reported homicide this year in Oakland over the weekend, and the 50th trans person reported killed in the U.S. this year according to HRC.
J-Church trains will return to downtown subway service next winter after the San Francisco MTA board rejected the staff's preferred recommendation that the line continue to end at the Church Street and Duboce Avenue intersection.
A year after winning a seat on the South San Francisco City Council, James Coleman is now setting his electoral sights on serving in the state Legislature.
A 39-year-old man is in stable condition after being shot early December 6 near Mission Dolores Park, according to gay District 8 Supervisor Rafael Mandelman.
For the first time, a federal district court ruled that the United States Supreme Court's ruling in Fulton v. Philadelphia does not grant adoption agencies a blanket license to discriminate against queer couples.
Two trans women applied to be appointed to the San Francisco Police Commission, but the supervisors' rules committee has its eye on two other candidates to fill the seat vacated by lesbian longtime commissioner Petra DeJesus.
A number of his out colleagues he has served with in the California Legislature are backing Assemblymember Kevin Mullin (D-South San Francisco) as he seeks a rare open Bay Area U.S. House seat in 2022.
As we enter our 22nd month under COVID-19's cloud — with a new variant upon us — it's clear we'll have another holiday season unlike those of yesteryear.
The San Francisco Planning Commission has unanimously approved the redevelopment project proposed for the Church Street site of the former Sparky's Diner.
After four years of overseeing the country's first municipal office dedicated to transgender issues, Clair Farley is departing to pursue other opportunities outside of the city.
Gavin McEachern, the new acting captain of Mission Station, spoke to the Castro Merchants Association meeting December 2 as fear of crime has become more palpable in the city.
The Harvey Milk LGBTQ Democratic Club opted to keep a temporary memorial to the slain supervisor and mayor up after it was vandalized. "We wanted to not hide the disrespect and disregard," the club's co-president said.
Names were written in chalk onto Castro Street sidewalks as part of Inscribe on World AIDS Day to colorfully remember those lost to the disease, now in its 40th year, and the COVID-19 pandemic that began over a year ago.