The latest news on San Francisco
The push to ban gay marriage in the state seems successful, barring a drastic shift in mail-in ballots.
He won the state by the largest margin of victory since before World War II.
This may be Sheehan's last moment in the national spotlight.
In recent weeks, the campaigns for and against Proposition 8 have drawn high-profile support.
Bride and groom are back on the license after the state was deluged by complaints.
This San Francisco man's publicity stunt may blow up in his face instead.
A grass-roots wireless network is flourishing in San Francisco. How was it built?
San Francisco's new high-tech plan has parallels to congestion tolls.
More than 2,300 same-sex couples sign up for marriage licenses.
The threat of violence in San Francisco prompts officials to reroute procession.