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SF Mayor London Breed has vetoed that Free Muni pilot program as promised, the city is opening more branch libraries this week, and the state... [Read More]
Trouble is brewing in the local beer delivery sector, as bars are forced to slash their beer menus because deliveries have slowed to a trickle. [Read More]
In celebration of Pride and the 10th anniversary of the world premiere of Armistead Maupin's 'Tales of the City, the Musical,' ACT is releasing it... [Read More]
A shooting in Oakland on Saturday is being blamed on gang warfare, specifically an ongoing conflict with two gangs or groups from San Francisco. [Read More]
Daniel Cauich, the suspect in last week's random stabbing on Post Street, was released from jail in 2019 after serving three years pending trial for... [Read More]
As California's drought worsens, over 93% of all known giant sequoia trees currently exist in areas experiencing "exceptional drought" conditions — the most severe drought... [Read More]
The bike-pedaling shoplifter filmed in a viral video that showed him clearing shelves at a San Francisco Walgreens was detained by police Saturday, when the... [Read More]
Smoke from the Willow Fire near Big Sur is drifting our way, three people were killed and five others were wounded in a house party... [Read More]
Just before 6:30 p.m. Saturday, gunfire was reported about a mile north of the Lake Merritt Amphitheater — the location where thousands of people had... [Read More]
Around 50,000 residents in Fremont and Union City saw their lights go out Saturday, SF art galleries are experiencing a boom in popularity, and yesterday's... [Read More]
San Francisco garter snakes — one of the rarest, arguably most breathtaking reptiles in the United States — were once thought to number as little... [Read More]
60 years ago, it wasn't uncommon for men wearing women's clothing in public to be arrested. Nevertheless: A group of drag queens prancing along Columbus... [Read More]
Twenty people were rescued (fifteen of them injured) in an early Saturday morning apartment fire at 421 Leavenworth Street, CA's Flex Alert has been lifted,... [Read More]
The average asking rent for an apartment in San Francisco has risen an even 4% since May, an early Friday morning car crash demolished the... [Read More]
A Berkeley man lived the dream and threw a bottle of water at Gavin Newsom, but now faces charges of assaulting a public official and... [Read More]
At the corner of Haight & Ashbury, a new Haight-Ashbury-themed store and "counterculture museum shop" for tourists has just opened, and it's called Haight &... [Read More]
In honor of Juneteenth, local sculptor Dana King is unveiling a significant new installation at the Music Concourse in Golden Gate Park, titled "Monumental Reckoning." [Read More]
A wildfire broke out Thursday night in the Los Padres National Forest, just north of the burn scar from last year's Dolan Fire, and right... [Read More]
Wednesday's random stabbing of a 94-year-old Asian woman on her morning walk on Post Street has once again prompted finger-pointing among law enforcement, specifically after... [Read More]
Don't call it a vaccine passport! But California now has made vaccination records available digitally through an online portal, which creates a scannable QR code... [Read More]
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