1 Million Americans Already Done With Their Holiday ShoppingIt’s not even October, but 1 million Americans have already finished their Holiday Shopping.
Uber Takes Aim At Trucking IndustryFirst it was the taxi business, and now it appears that Uber is setting its sights on the trucking industry.
Comedy Group Pushes To Honor Robin Williams With Golden Gate Park SignageThe late Robin Williams was a silent benefactor of and frequent performer at Comedy Day in San Francisco, and now the organizers want to name the venue, known as Sharon Meadow in Golden Gate Park, in his honor.
Building In-Law Units Gets Easier; New California Law Streamlines ProcessThe city-by-city patchwork of often-maddening rules that govern whether you can have a legal In-law apartment are about to change with a new statewide law that’s designed to create more affordable rental housing.
One Dead, Three Wounded In San Francisco Shooting One man was dead and three others wounded in an early morning shooting in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood.
Online Payday Lender LendUp To Pay Millions For Overcharging, False MarketingA San Francisco startup with millions in venture capital funding - hailed by many as an alternative to abusive payday lending - has agreed to pay millions in redress for overcharging consumers and using deceptive marketing tactics.
Construction Concerns Could Halt Transbay Terminal TunnelThe sinking and tilting of Millennium Tower has raised new questions about San Francisco's downtown building boom.
Suspect Sketch Released In San Francisco 'Pokémon Go' SlayingU.S Park police on Wednesday released a sketch of a man wanted in the fatal shooting of a victim playing Pokémon Go in San Francisco's Aquatic Park.
Tiny San Francisco Shop May Be Smaller Than Your ClosetAn artist's ceramic shop in San Francisco - where real estate is the priciest in the country - is easily the smallest store in the city and maybe the country, measuring just 36 square feet.
Unruly Passengers Disrupting More Flights Than Ever, Trade Group SaysA global airline trade group says the number of incidents of unruly passengers on planes is increasing, and it’s calling for more effective deterrents.
San Francisco Looks To Build Housing For Its TeachersOne day after Governor Brown signed a bill allowing it, the San Francisco school district is looking to build housing for its employees.
Soda Tax Battle Bubbles Up In Bay AreaThe national fight over sugary soda is bubbling up in the Bay Area, where voters in November will consider a tax on the drinks.

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