San Francisco Chronicle

The San Francisco Chronicle is the largest newspaper in Northern California. Also operates SFGate.com.
Organization Website

Primary geographic focus: Bay Area, Northern California
Organization Type: Media
Acronym or short name: SF Chronicle

The San Francisco Chronicle is the largest newspaper in Northern California and the second largest on the West Coast. SF Chronicle was acquired by Hearst in 2000.

SF Chronicle operates SFGate.com

SF Chronicle reaches 22 million users each month.




PRESS/RESEARCH FROM THIS SOURCE

News Story

Medical interpreters in short supply as health coverage grows

John Gonzales
San Francisco Chronicle
April 26, 2015
A 2015 bill is attempting create state standards for medical interpretation through federal funding.

News Story

Group files class-action complaint to scrap S.F.’s cash-bail system

Evan Sernoffsky
San Francisco Chronicle
October 29, 2015
Civil legal aid group seeks to dismantle San Francisco’s cash bail system, which it charges is unconstitutional and unfairly singles out poor people.

News Story

San Quentin water shut off in Legionnaires’ disease scare

Hamed Aleaziz, Victoria Colliver
San Francisco Chronicle
August 28, 2015
An inmate at San Quentin State Prison tested positive for the potentially deadly illness.

News Story

Wife of San Quentin inmate worries of Legionnaires’ outbreak

Evan Sernoffsky
San Francisco Chronicle
September 1, 2015
There were six confirmed cases of inmates infected with the severe bacterial pneumonia and 85 other prisoners who were showing symptoms since the first case was discovered.

News Story

Honduran boy, 14, wins U.S. asylum but remains in jail

Karen de Sá
San Francisco Chronicle
March 5, 2017
A boy who made his way alone across the U.S. border last year to escape extreme domestic abuse in Honduras has been locked up in a Northern California juvenile hall for nearly a year, even though he has no criminal record and has been granted asylum.

News Story

Legal aid groups prepare for loss of federal funds

Dominic Fracassa
San Francisco Chronicle
March 21, 2017
Legal aid organizations across California are bracing for what could be a devastating financial blow following the release of the Trump administration’s draft budget last week.

News Story

Solano County settlement would offer alternatives to traffic fines

San Francisco Chronicle
August 8, 2017
Advocates for California motorists who face mounting fees for traffic tickets took another step to ease the burden, a settlement that seeks to offer options to paying fines that many people can’t afford.

News Story

Judge asked to OK new English-learners plan for SF schools

Bob Egelko
San Francisco Chronicle
June 24, 2015
SF school district seeks approval of English language learner program against complaints of parents who say they are not being properly advised.



This page last modified: Tue, September 29, 2015 -- 5:27 pm ET