Former NFL Star Helps Launch Marijuana-Friendly Gym In San FranciscoA cannabis industry entrepreneur is teaming up with a former football star to open a marijuana-friendly gym in San Francisco.
Family Of San Francisco Pier Shooting Victim Files Lawsuit Against CityThe family of Kate Steinle, a woman shot and killed on San Francisco’s Pier 14 last July, Friday filed a federal lawsuit against city and federal officials alleging that a series of policy failures and negligent acts led to her death.
Hillary Clinton Campaigns In San Jose, San Francisco Championing Education, Health CareHillary Clinton made stops in San Jose and San Francisco Thursday, rallying supporters for her campaign to be the Democratic presidential nominee.
Deputies Plead Not Guilty To San Francisco Alley Beating Of SuspectTwo Alameda County sheriff's deputies facing felony charges in the beating of a suspect following a high-speed chase pleaded not guilty Thursdday in San Francisco Superior Court.
MTC Unveils New Office Building Completed Way Over-BudgetThe price of the MTC's new San Francisco office has sky-rocketed to more than a quarter-billion dollars, roughly $90 million over budget.
Red Tape Keeps New Kid's Park In San Francisco's Mission Bay ClosedA brand new San Francisco park that has been finished for months still hasn't opened, and red tape is being blamed.
Top 5 Brazilian Restaurants In San FranciscoFive outstanding Brazilian restaurants to enjoy over the Carnaval San Francisco festival and beyond...
San Francisco Tweaks Sanctuary City Law To Remove Convicted Violent CriminalsSan Francisco leaders have retained strict protections for people who are in the country undocumented, with clarifications.
Some San Francisco Muni Drivers Take Long Breaks As Riders WaitTaking public transit can try your patience in San Francisco, especially when your Muni driver takes a break at the worst possible time.
Death Of Man Found In Lake In SF’s Golden Gate Park Deemed SuspiciousThe death of a man found floating in a lake in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park Tuesday morning is being treated as suspicious.
California's Shark Fin Ban Upheld By U.S. Supreme CourtThe U.S. Supreme Court has sided with California and rejected an appeal of the state’s ban on shark fins.
737 Flying Low Over Golden Gate Bridge Surprises TouristsTourists got a surprise Tuesday when a 737 flew low over the Golden Gate Bridge for a TV commercial shoot.

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