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Just before the weekend, the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) issued a heavy-handed letter to Mayor Breed criticizing the City's constraints on places of... [Read More]
49ers legend Joe Montana and his wife Jennifer were startled by an intruder on Saturday while staying in a home in Malibu, and the female... [Read More]
PG&E is warning that those living in Sonoma and Napa might be without electricity later tonight, parts of San Francisco are expected to be in... [Read More]
Napa County sheriffs frantically hurried to warn some rural wine country residents Sunday morning to evacuate as the "rapidly spreading" Glass Fire continued burning through... [Read More]
Many of San Francisco's notable art hubs — like the de Young Museum and Asian Art Museum — opened this week at 25 percent capacity.... [Read More]
The city's live music venues have been closed for some six months now, leaving the talent that would fill them without one stream of income.... [Read More]
A mix of strong winds and high temperatures has left some parts of the Bay Area with Red Flag Warnings, Oakland's much-anticipated Horn Barbeque finally... [Read More]
Multiple drivers reported being pulled over during Thursday's "go slow" protests along the Golden Gate and Bay bridges, CHHS Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly warns of... [Read More]
Folsom is all online this year, but if you 'like to watch,' here's Sunday's full, detailed, all-day schedule of live performers, DJs, scenes, and after-parties... [Read More]
California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly gave a coronavirus briefing Friday suggesting that there are "early signs" of a spike in COVID-19... [Read More]
ACB doesn't really have the same ring to it as RBG. But it looks like the Senate will be grilling Amy Coney Barrett any week... [Read More]
Children's Fairyland, on the shore of Lake Merritt, is celebrating its 70th anniversary this weekend with the launch of a digital library called "Celebrity Storytime." [Read More]
Sorry to bring you more sad closure news, but The Cake Gallery — the small but scrappy 9th Street cake bakery known for X- and... [Read More]
A U.S. district judge issued a nationwide injunction Thursday night that requires the Census Bureau to return to its original schedule of enumeration of the... [Read More]
What happens to the air quality in various parts of the Bay is still anyone's guess as winds are expected to shift and wildfire smoke... [Read More]
A small vegetation fire in a Santa Rosa neighborhood where the Tubbs Fire struck three years ago freaked everyone out on Thursday, and SF Mayor... [Read More]
Muni fare inspectors are coming back, PG&E is warning about power shutoffs during this weekend's wind event, and the Chronicle published a Top 88 Bay... [Read More]
38-year-old 12th Street Mexican restaurant Don Ramon's is facing possible foreclosure following a three-year ordeal involving upstairs tenants, major damage to the building, and a... [Read More]
Protesters were being encouraged to "pick a bridge" on Thursday and "go slow" in order to bring further attention to the lack of justice in... [Read More]
Employee raises at Facebook depend on engagement, and newly leaked private Zuckerberg recordings show the Groups algorithm prioritizes enragement. [Read More]
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