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Groups of rainbow-clad revelers descended on San Francisco early Sunday for the 47th annual Pride parade as contingents put the final touches on their floats... [Read More]
In the year since, SF Homeless Project partners have produced more than 500 articles, videos, TV and radio spots, and photo essays. More than... [Read More]
Alameda County Supervisor Wilma Chan improperly intervened with the county Probation Department to help secure a contract for a mega-church in her district that ministers... [Read More]
While most San Francisco supervisors are pushing to redirect budget money to pet causes like neighborhood safety and food pantries for the homeless, Mission District... [Read More]
With the current political atmosphere, and an increasing dread that recent gains in LGBT rights could be rolled back at any moment, cities across the... [Read More]
Mayors of Oakland, San Francisco and San Jose have vowed to help homeless, keep people housed, create more housing While we work to transition... [Read More]
At Butano State Park, you get hikes in redwoods that allow you to match your level of ambition, a mountain bike route on the Butano... [Read More]
Imagine winning the NCAA individual title at Stanford in 1942, then going on to a career where that was almost a footnote. Tom Watson... [Read More]
The special election to fill a vacant House seat in Georgia shows, once again, how out of touch the Democrats are these days. All... [Read More]
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is catching unholy hell from her Democratic colleagues over the Georgia special election debacle. The line in each call... [Read More]
Today, the government is stuck in Iraq and Afghanistan, America's longest war, following visions of "nation building" and "regime change." President George W. Bush's... [Read More]
The early morning drizzle gave way to rainbows in all forms over Dolores Park on Saturday, as revelers in multicolored tutus, capes and feather boas... [Read More]
As cars whizzed by on an expressway in an industrial area in Japan, the passengers inside a Nissan minivan placed their trust in its self-driving... [Read More]
Reports abound of a toxic corporate culture, a string of scandals, a mass executive exodus and the messy ousting of CEO Travis Kalanick. Meeting... [Read More]
The temperature is quickly dropping, on its way to a brisk 190 degrees below zero. The tank has an escape door, but what if... [Read More]
The 16th floor of a bright office building in the heart of San Francisco's bustling Financial District is not exactly where you would expect to... [Read More]
At midnight, a cinnamon-colored black bear, roughly 350 to 400 pounds, showed up on the back porch of our mountain cabin. A game trail... [Read More]
Police are investigating the shooting death of an 18-year-old Oakland man found fatally dead in a crashed car in East Oakland, police said Saturday. ... [Read More]
Mortgage lending has proven to be a tough industry for new companies to make waves in, and the sudden shutdown last week of San Francisco... [Read More]
California leaders talk the talk about being a model on climate change initiatives, but aren't always walking the walk by taking local action to reduce... [Read More]
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