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Jurors continued deliberating this week in San Francisco Superior Court in the trial of a man accused of fatally shooting a lesbian in the city almost three years ago.
The San Francisco Patient and Resource Center opened a pop-up dispensary, Farm Direct, in the Lower Haight in late June but it closed after just 10 days as neighbors appealed the dispensary's license approval.
A man whose husband worked for KRON4 is suing the San Francisco TV station for spousal benefits he says he's entitled to after his husband's death.
A gay man is set to lead the San Francisco Unified School District on an interim basis as the city searches for a replacement for the outgoing superintendent.
City residents must push for new laws to independently monitor the San Francisco Police Department, a retired judge told a standing-room-only audience.
The rainbow crosswalks in the Castro that were damaged during filming for a TV show should be repaired in September, city officials said.
Work on the long-stalled creation of an LGBTQ cultural heritage district in part of San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood is expected to begin in 2017, the Bay Area Reporter has learned.
As it was last year, the Fair will take place on Dore Alley between Howard and Folsom and continuing on Folsom from 9th to Juniper and the adjoining block of 10th Street.
While this year's Trans March ended in celebration with a street renaming after a historic riot, the afternoon got off to a raucous start after several invited elected officials were booed off the stage at Dolores Park.
For the first time in more than two decades a live broadcast of the parade will be unavailable, either online or on cable television. In recent years the online broadcast had attracted a global audience of more than 500,000.