Report: Super Bowl 50 Generated Extra $2M For SF, Cost More Than ExpectedSan Francisco's controversial turn as host city for Super Bowl 50 generated around $2 million in additional revenue for the city overall but also cost more than previous estimates, according to a report released by the city controller's office Monday.
Beyoncé Says She Isn’t Anti-Police"Anyone who perceives my message as anti-police is completely mistaken."
Santa Clara City Manager Resigns Amid Discrimination Claims, Stadium Authority ProbeSanta Clara’s city manager has announced he is stepping down amid his allegations of racial discrimination and a grand jury investigation into questionable finances at Levi’s Stadium.
BART Sets Weekday Ridership Record In FebruaryBART set a record last month for average monthly weekday ridership, a BART spokeswoman said Wednesday.
Super Bowl 50 Worker Sues Over Unpaid Wages, Lack Of BreaksA new lawsuit claims many people who staffed Levi's Stadium during Super Bowl 50 were not paid for all of the hours they worked.
Group Upset Over Beyonce Super Bowl 50 Halftime Doesn't Show At ProtestAbout three dozen pro-Beyonce demonstrators gathered on the sidewalk outside NFL Headquarters, but no one showed up for the anti-Beyonce protest.
Commentary: NFL Should Cover Super Bowl 50 Shortfalls For Local BusinessesOrganizers are proclaiming the whole Super Bowl 50 experience a big success and making it clear they'd like to do it again in 5 or 6 years. But it wasn't a win for everyone.
Can Cam And The Panthers Contend Again?The Panthers will have the pieces to contend next season. But they'll need Cam Newton, their big-game quarterback, to be a big-time leader.
San Francisco Supes Propose Ways To Spend Super Bowl 50 Tax RevenuesThe cleanup is still underway, but city supervisors are already talking about how to spend any tax revenues the city reaps from Super Bowl celebrations.
Newton Defends Walking Out Of Super Bowl News ConferencePanthers quarterback Cam Newton says he's "sore loser," but defended walking out of a press conference after the Super Bowl by saying he didn't feel like talking to the media after Carolina's 24-10 loss to the Denver Broncos.
Super Bowl 50 Plagued By Prostitution, Human TraffickingDozens of men were arrested or cited for soliciting prostitution in Santa Clara County in the weeks leading up to the Super Bowl.
The Denver Defense RestsThe Denver Broncos defense, led by Super Bowl MVP Von Miller, stifled Cam Newton and the pyrotechnic Carolina Panthers offense.

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