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San Franciscans, get ready. You have just... [Read More]
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One-of-a-kind ice skating costumes belonging to an Olympian were swiped in a car burglary in San Francisco... [Read More]
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Everything from guns to pricey tech gadgets to urns with ashes inside have been stolen in San Francisco's notorious epidemic of car break-ins. Now, add... [Read More]
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Incredibly, it's been nearly a full year since tens of thousands of women and girls - and many supportive men, too - packed the Civic... [Read More]
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San Franciscans are clamoring for leadership to address the wretched conditions of our streets - the sprawling tent encampments, the discarded dirty needles, the rampant... [Read More]
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For a no-flash, longtime city bureaucrat who had to be cajoled into running San Francisco, Mayor Ed Lee will be remembered for dramatically reshaping the... [Read More]
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So many San Francisco street corners have one: the homeless person who sits there all day long for months or years, becoming part of the... [Read More]
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Many San Franciscans don't understand why the city we adore is so dirty these days, so full of tent camps and so rife with open-air... [Read More]
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There are many questions following the shocking acquittal of a homeless undocumented immigrant on murder and manslaughter charges in the killing of Kate Steinle. ... [Read More]
There are many questions following the shocking acquittal of a homeless undocumented immigrant on murder and manslaughter charges in the killing of Kate Steinle. ... [Read More]
San Francisco's long-troubled 911 call center finally reached a mundane yet remarkable milestone this past month: answering 90 percent of the emergency calls it receives... [Read More]
San Franciscans are famous for complaining about the city's homeless problem, high housing costs and fleeing middle class, and in the same breath, blasting affordable... [Read More]
Many San Franciscans wonder whether our political leaders truly see what we see: the filth, the garbage, the dirty needles, the drug use, the homeless... [Read More]
There are a lot of reasons for San Francisco residents and visitors alike to spend their money in the city this holiday season, Mayor Ed... [Read More]
Everybody can use a little inspiration these days and, fortunately, there's a heaping dose of it on the second floor of San Francisco's Main Library.... [Read More]
Hosting a first-time visitor to San Francisco sure throws into stark relief the best and worst of our beloved, yet frustrating, city. Your heart can... [Read More]
When 74 percent of San Francisco voters last year backed legalizing the adult recreational use of marijuana statewide, the idea was to make it easier... [Read More]
Sarah Prensky-Pomeranz is the kind of teacher any city would be lucky to have. ... [Read More]
The kerfuffle over the wealthy homeowners in the city's Presidio Terrace neighborhood losing their private street after failing to pay property taxes on it may... [Read More]
Like any residential street in any great American city, 29th Avenue in San Francisco's Outer Richmond District has thousands of current and former residents with... [Read More]
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