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Police in Oakland want to drop the city’s ShotSpotter program—a gunshot detection system—calling it expensive and redundant, despite calls from residents in high-crime neighborhoods to keep it.
Insider Phil Matier reports San Francisco firefighters are doing pretty well financially as overtime pay is making them some of the highest-paid city workers.
Federal investigators looking into last Wednesday’s industrial accident at the Tesoro refinery in Martinez, where two workers were sprayed in the face with sulfuric acid, have been denied access on their attempted return visits.
A new report by the Bay Area Council Economic Institute indicates that the City of San Francisco lost money hosting the America’s Cup.
The San Francisco Chronicle is disputing a report in the New York Times which said the newspaper plans to stop publishing its beloved standalone food section.
The Sonoma County sheriff’s deputy who fatally shot a 13-year-old boy in Santa Rosa last week may not have identified himself as a law-enforcement officer before opening fire.
The newspaper is the latest to refuse to use the name Redskins.
Children from the Bay Area may not be able to compete in the upcoming Scripps National Spelling Bee, after the San Francisco Chronicle suddenly dropped its sponsorship.
The new supernatural horror film stars Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga, Lili Taylor and Ron Livingston…
The San Francisco Examiner has filed a lawsuit alleging that the city’s dominant daily newspaper the San Francisco Chronicle slashed advertising prices to stifle competition.