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The 90's TV show-turned-movie-reboot is dead in the water. [Read More]
Anti-poacher sniper in SF, improbably named Police Commission candidate, BART delays. [Read More]
Some longtime residents will also admit that they find little reason to leave the area, as all of the city's amenities are within reach. [sponsor] [Read More]
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Landlord Anne Kihagi now has to pay $2.7 million in penalties, Lyft launches Lux service, and you can take a video tour of the newest... [Read More]
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The reason may just be Miller's rising fame and hectic film schedule. [Read More]
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To be fair, these are the company's new "Sport Beans," which claim to be healthy or something. [Read More]
There is no stronger click-bait than the words, "FREE SHIPPING." [Read More]
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SFPD radios have many "dead spots" across SF. [Read More]
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While Facebook still appears to be functional for much of the country, the social media giant appears down for much of the western US Thursday,... [Read More]
Nearly 30 years after the Loma Prieta earthquake woke up many state officials to the need for bridge retrofitting, the Golden Gate Bridge still can't... [Read More]
If you've always wanted your half-caf soy latte to be served by Captain Underpants himself, the crazy-eyed Giants right-fielder will be barista-ing at the Ferry... [Read More]
Pelican Bay riot, leaked Tesla intel, UC Berkeley prof fired. [Read More]
No injuries, no arrest, but no laughter either as creepy clown menaces Monterey motorists with a fake-blood covered weapon. [Read More]
These deaths take SF's 2017 homicide count to 24 victims. [Read More]
The fences have come down, the dogs have returned to their long-closed play space, and Alamo Square Park is open once again. [Read More]
Bob Tang was wanted for questioning in connection with the Mother's Day disappearance of Piseth Chhay, and now he has gone missing as well, possibly... [Read More]
ID theft conviction, slow April for home sales, Facebook changes your feed. [Read More]
Severely injured Cal rugby star Robert Paylor is making a slow recovery, BART is extra-crowded this week for a reason, and WeWork is moving in... [Read More]
An NBC Bay Area report calls out site that charges thousands of dollars, while clients remain desperate and dateless. [Read More]
It's a California-meets-Asia take on grilled squid, and it's an inspired winner. [Read More]
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