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San Francisco Bids Final Goodbye To Chinatown Activist Rose PakHundreds of loved ones gathered in Chinatown to pay their last respects to longtime activist Rose Pak.
Standoff With Suicidal Suspect At SF Civic Center Plaza Ends PeacefullyA hours-long police standoff with a suicidal armed man ended peacefully Saturday.
New Website Lets Users Register To Vote By Text MessageUnregistered voters can now register by text message thanks to 'Hello Vote.'
Snapchat Changes Company Name And Focus With Video 'Spectacles'Social media app Snapchat is introducing video-recording glasses called Spectacles and is changing its company name to Snap Inc.
EXTENDED VIDEO: Funeral for Rose PakA who's-who of community leaders paid respects to Rose Pak at a funeral service in San Francisco's Old Saint Mary's Cathedral, Saturday Sept. 24, 2016
Rose Pak Remembered: Remarks by Aaron PeskinRemarks by S.F. supervisor Aaron Peskin at the funeral service for Rose Pak at Old Saint Mary's Cathedral in San Francisco's Chinatown, Saturday Sept. 24, 2016
Rose Pak Remembered: Remarks by Charlotte Mailliard ShultzRemarks by California and San Francisco chief of protocol, Charlotte Mailliard Shultz, at the funeral service for Rose Pak at Old Saint Mary's Cathedral in San Francisco's Chinatown, Saturday Sept. 24, 2016
Rose Pak Remembered: Remarks by Ed LeeRemarks by San Francisco mayor Ed Lee at the funeral service for Rose Pak at Old Saint Mary's Cathedral in San Francisco's Chinatown, Saturday Sept. 24, 2016
Rose Pak Remembered: Remarks by Willie BrownRemarks by former California Assembly speaker and San Francisco mayor Willie Brown at Old Saint Mary's Cathedral in San Francisco's Chinatown, Saturday Sept. 24, 2016
New Book By Michael Krasny Celebrates Jewish HumorBay Area radio personality and educator Michael Krasny talks with Maria Medina about his new book "Let There Be Laughter," a treasury of Jewish humor, and what the jokes say about culture, assimilation and history. The book is available at local bookstores and as an e-book from Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Apple iBooks. (9-24-16)
Pet of the Week: Charlize Needs a New HomeJacqui Pittel, with the San Francisco SPCA, brought Charlize, a terrier mix, to KPIX studios on Saturday. For adoption info go to: http://www.sfspca.org
Myers, Padres Beat Struggling Giants 7-2Struggling to stay alive in the race for a postseason berth, the Giants can't figure out the rookie-laden San Diego Padres.
Rangers Clinch AL West With 3-0 Win Over Oakland A'sThe Rangers became the first American League team to clinch a playoff spot with a 3-0 win over the A's on Friday night in Oakland.
Mariners Suspend Catcher Over Tweets Disparaging Charlotte ProtestersReserve catcher Steve Clevenger was suspended for the rest of the season without pay Friday by the Seattle Mariners in the wake of his tweets regarding a recent police shooting in Charlotte, North Carolina, and the Black Lives Matter movement.
Fantasy Football: Who To Start, Sit For Week 3CBS Sports' fantasy football experts Nick Kostos, Jamey Eisenberg and Dave Richard break down Week 3 and tell you who to start and who to sit this weekend.
Palo Alto To Rebuild Broken Nature Boardwalk, Carefully And Very SlowlyThe City of Palo Alto is all but certain to approve a $1.5 million renovation of a popular bay nature walk next week. But that doesn't mean it will be finished anytime soon.
Mothballed Aircraft Carrier Floated As Temporary Housing For HomelessFormer San Francisco Mayor Art Agnos is pitching an out-of-the-box solution to the city's homeless crisis that would get people in need off the streets and onto a ship.
Plan To Slow Down Golden Gate Park Drivers On Fast TrackGolden Gate Park can be a quiet oasis, a hub of athletic activity. But on most evenings, it can be a virtual freeway for cars zipping through the park.
Central Valley Farmers Aim To Sting Beehive ThievesA growing number of thieves are targeting farmers in California's Central Valley by stealing beehives, but those farmers are planning to fight back with a sting operation of their own.
More Bids Sought For Golden Gate Bridge Suicide Barrier As Costs SoarGolden Gate Bridge officials are trying to figure out why a suicide barrier is going to end up costing twice what they originally thought.
City Officials Promising Change In Wake Of Millennium Tower's SinkingThe troubles of Millennium Tower have city officials promising to change.
Uber Educating Drivers On Sharing Road With CyclistsUber is giving its San Francisco drivers special training on how to share the streets with cyclists.
Influx Of Retired Lab Chimps Expected After Government Stops FundingSanctuaries around the country are preparing for an influx of retired private lab chimps, now that the federal government has stopped backing experiments on humankind’s closest relatives.
Eat.See.Play Weekend Guide: September 23-25The forecast is looking to huge warm-up and looks perfect for being out and about. A perfect time to Eat.See.Play in the Bay!
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5 Great Breakup Songs To Get You Through "Brangelina's" SplitYou're gonna get through this, Radio.com has your playlist...
DOSA's Chef Anjan Mitra Serves Up Branzino For The Foodie ChapAnjan and I met in the DOSA on Fillmore kitchen recently for our Foodie Chap chat. Anjan made a dish now on the revamped menu "Branzino wrapped in Banana Leaf". Find the recipe is here..