'Parking For God' Legalized On San Francisco's Dolores StreetThe SFMTA board of directors voted to legalize weekend median parking on Dolores Street in a pilot program intended to regulate the long-standing practice sometimes referred to as "parking for God."
McKesson To Pay $150M For Failure To Report Suspicious Orders of OpioidsMcKesson Corp. has agreed to pay $150 million to settle allegations that the drug wholesaler failed to detect and report pharmacies' suspicious orders of prescription pain pills.
Warriors Break Ground On New San Francisco ArenaThe Golden State Warriors broke ground Tuesday on their $1 billion, privately funded San Francisco arena.
Property Owners File Lawsuit Claiming Ownership Of Lefty O'Doul's, MemorabiliaThe owners of the building that houses the well-known and now hotly disputed Lefty O'Doul's restaurant near San Francisco's Union Square Tuesday filed a lawsuit against the family that runs it demanding a return of the baseball memorabilia that lines its walls.
San Francisco Taxi Driver Robs Passenger At GunpointA man was robbed at gunpoint by a suspect driving a taxi in San Francisco's Richmond District Saturday morning, according to police.
Ed Lee Leads List Of Nation’s Highest Paid MayorsOf all the mayors of big cities across the country, a new report finds Mayor Ed Lee of San Francisco is paid the most.
State Supreme Court Denies Petition To Halt Warriors New ArenaThe California Supreme Court Monday denied a petition to halt construction of the new Golden State Warriors arena along the San Francisco waterfront.
SFJAZZ Center Celebrates Fifth Season With Gala And MoreSFJAZZ kicks off the long-running Bay Area cultural institution's Fifth Anniversary Season this week with the SFJAZZ Gala 2017 paying tribute to tabla maestro Zakir Hussain Wednesday night.
Wife Of Orlando Massacre Shooter Arrested Outside San FranciscoThe wife of shooter Omar Mateen in the Orlando nightclub massacre has been arrested at her home in Rodeo.
Thousands Attend Obamacare Support Rally In San FranciscoThousands of people rallied outside of San Francisco City Hall Sunday afternoon to show their support for the American Affordable Care Act, which may be repealed as President-elect Donald Trump prepares to take office next week.
SF City College Receives Accreditation After Long BattleAfter having its accreditation revoked more than three years ago and then later restored in 2015, City College of San Francisco has had its accreditation reaffirmed for the next seven years, school officials announced Friday.
SF Parks Department Warns About Weakened Trees After StormsIn Golden Gate Park, dozens of trees have been marked with red tape after being damaged or weakened by the recent storms passing through the Bay Area.

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