San Francisco Chronicle
A San Francisco newspaper reporter is still on the beat at an age when most of his colleagues are just plain beat, if alive at all.
San Francisco prosecutors have filed murder charges against a man accused of killing a newspaper vendor in an attack in January, a district attorney’s office spokesman said Monday.
A man who was arrested on suspicion of killing a newspaper vendor in San Francisco in January has had his case discharged pending further investigation, a district attorney’s office spokesman said Tuesday.
Pauline Friedman Phillips, who under the name of Abigail Van Buren, wrote the long-running “Dear Abby” advice column that was followed by millions of newspaper readers throughout the world, has died. She was 94.
The City by the Bay has rolled out the red carpet for some unlikely VIP’s. A Kansas couple, who built a large replica of the Golden Gate Bridge, is visiting San Francisco for the first time.
The suspended Sheriff of San Francisco made an exceptionally brief court appearance, to confirm that he’s taking domestic violence classes as required by the terms of his plea deal in his much-publicized domestic violence case.
Oakland Athletics owner Lew Wolff said Friday that he is open to the idea of signing former Los Angeles Dodgers slugger Manny Ramirez.
A published report suggests that Pacific Gas and Electric had a policy in place encouraging workers to essentially overlook safety risks along natural gas transmission lines, thus keeping repair costs for the utility down.
On Monday, eleven of the candidates will gather to debate the issues at the historic City Club of San Francisco at 6 p.m. You can watch the debate live here on CBSSanFrancisco.com.
The San Francisco Chronicle’s urban design reporter discusses the evolving history of San Francisco’s architecture and design and how the Silicon Valley is influencing some of the city’s workspace.