Heather Knight, SF Chronicle

Heather Knight

SF Chronicle

San Francisco, CA, United States

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  • Inside Scoop SF
  • 4029news
  • WTAE-TV Pittsburgh
  • KMBC
  • WPBF 25 News
  • Houston Chronicle
  • KQED Public Media

Past articles by Heather:

S.F. adores the Tree Twins. Meet the men underneath the matching Christmas tree costumes

Spotting the Tree Twins and posing for selfies has become a true San Francisco holiday... → Read More

Why a progressive prosecutor just left D.A. Chesa Boudin's office and joined the recall effort

More than 50 attorneys and other staff have left the San Francisco District Attorney’s... → Read More

Two cyclists killed. Two drivers arrested. And in supposedly equitable S.F., two very different outcomes

One day in San Francisco saw two women killed by hit-and-run drivers just three hours... → Read More

S.F. will soon have 10 different teams to respond to crises on the streets. But it's not always clear how to call them for help

San Francisco’s new street outreach teams are great, but what’s the best way to get... → Read More

After epic battles, S.F. poised to make JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park car-free for good

54 years after it was first closed to cars on Sundays, there’s finally a likely... → Read More

Inside the secret studio where S.F.'s $12,000 bespoke trash can prototypes will be created

In San Francisco, everything must be bespoke and costly. Even trash cans. Take a peek... → Read More

'Freaking out': S.F. aftercare crisis has families worried as children head back to school

After 17 months of frustration, San Francisco public school parents have learned there... → Read More

What's the most San Francisco neighborhood in San Francisco? We know

When it comes to demographics most closely matching San Francisco as a whole, Census... → Read More

New poll numbers indicate S.F. board members in danger if recall election is held

Two parents are behind the recall campaign of three San Francisco school board members.... → Read More

S.F. neighbors fighting proposed Noe Valley McMansion say they'd welcome a fourplex in its place

Monster homes increasingly dot San Francisco’s neighborhoods in a city that allows... → Read More

Meet the S.F. dad working on the school board recall who confronted a petition thief in a viral video

A man in red glasses appears in a viral video to have swiped signed San Francisco school... → Read More

S.F. supervisor Aaron Peskin say he's entering 'alcohol treatment' after complaints

San Francisco Supervisor Aaron Peskin announced that he is entering “alcohol... → Read More

'Grumpalumps and gadflies': S.F. cafe owner fights to open in vacant Mission District spot

Ivor Bradley has sunk $60,000 and nine months into a proposed coffee shop he’s still... → Read More

Beloved S.F. homeless nonprofit was booted from its Tenderloin space. Will S.F. residents step up to save it?

The Gubbio Project has provided “sacred sleep” to homeless people at St. Boniface... → Read More

Hunter Pence retired from the Giants, but he's more committed to San Francisco than ever

San Francisco’s over. Everybody’s leaving. Right? → Read More

Fight over JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park continues despite new data showing closure isn't an equity issue

San Francisco Supervisor Shamann Walton says a car-free JFK Drive “looks like the 1950s... → Read More

The middle finger, dirty looks and yelling: S.F. mask shamers are still going strong

The city’s health officer warns San Franciscans not to shame people for scrapping their... → Read More

He spent $200,000 trying to open an S.F. ice cream shop, but was no match for city bureaucracy

Jason Yu spent nearly two years and $200,000 trying to open an ice cream shop in the... → Read More

Neighbors asked repeatedly for S.F. to intervene. Now a man is accused of arson that destroyed 5 homes

A man struggling with mental health issues wreaked havoc on Eureka Street for years. Why... → Read More

'No surprise': Data shows men on S.F. board of supes dominate discussions, interrupt more

Do men or women talk more in meetings? A study of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors... → Read More