A top Fire-Rescue official weighs in on why the highest risk for delayed responses happens in some of the poorest and brownest areas of the city.
How response times are calculated, why CPR matters, the neighborhoods most at risk and more.
While Latinos represent the majority of residents in a new City Council district, white-majority neighborhoods largely controlled the election of the area’s new representative.
Catching the perspectives of voters as they leave polling places in the district that’s home to City Heights, Kensington and Talmadge, the College Area and a few southeastern neighborhoods.
At last, it’s showtime! Let us help you get caught up on the issues and candidates.
If we keep firing teachers then who will teach the students?
DeMaio has yet another new plan, Fletcher & Romney aren’t BFF, more strife at Tri-City, and a low for the Pads.
A reader wonders whether this idea was considered.
The mystery of the police hotline, Filner & Fletcher are BFF, no hit doc on DeMaio, all about District 3 and a mash note via Twitter.
I have never seen such biased and inept coverage of a local election as this year.