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Esa-Pekka Salonen becomes SF Symphony's music director in September, but he's here as a guest conductor Feb. 20-29 — here's what he's got planned. [Read More]
The real crisis is in affordable housing. Local zoning and environmental laws have been circumvented to build expensive, highly profitable housing. [Read More]
The Oakland A's will be the first MLB team to abandon radio completely in its main market. [Read More]
The 49ers' George Kittle gained 1,000 yards receiving for the second consecutive season; when targeting Kittle, quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo had a passer rating of 114.6. [Read More]
Bloomberg has a track record of supporting all the right issues and is eminently qualified to be the chief executive of the nation. [Read More]
Governor's budget could spell fiscal calamity should the state be hit by a recession. [Read More]
Measure A's bond measure, if approved by voters in March, would have residents in the district pay about $19.85 per $100,000 assessed property value each... [Read More]
'The age gap is difficult, yes. I tried to deny it,' says Israeli actress Meital Dohan, 40, about ending her relationship with the 79-year-old 'Godfather'... [Read More]
An recent incident on Currey Lane is part of a pattern in the neighborhood, residents say. [Read More]
Humboldt State University began investigating a claim that one of its faculty members solicited multiple students for sex in exchange for money after anonymous flyers... [Read More]
The crash was reported at around 4:45 a.m., according to CHP. [Read More]
Ballot measure is a flawed scheme that threatens voters' rights. [Read More]
Longoria knows why he's doubted and knows why the Giants are doubted. He also knows they can use the skepticism as fuel for improvement. [Read More]
Volume 9: Dublin climbs after winning EBAL title, but the top three spots remain the same. [Read More]
The Golden State Warriors will get Stephen Curry back, and that should provide some valuable information for a pivotal offseason. [Read More]
"Now I've got a lot of time, and I'm ready to invest it to build something at Heritage." [Read More]
A Washington-based nerd strike force called the U.S. Digital Service is seeking private-sector coders, programmers and software engineers to make government user-friendly for a tech-savvy... [Read More]
The measure on the March 3 ballot seeks voter approval for $15 billion of state school bonds. [Read More]
$125 million bond measure would help renovate and modernize aging classrooms. [Read More]
How can one reconcile admiration for Tuskegee Airmen with how president treated McCain. [Read More]
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