Oakland Rapper Turns Housing Frustration Into Hip-Hop AnthemAs one of the hottest rental markets in the Bay Area, Oakland has its share of stories of residents getting priced out after having lived in the city for decades. Including a well-known East Bay rapper who recently channeled his frustration into a new song and video.
San Francisco's M-Ocean View Muni Line Could Go UndergroundSan Francisco transportation planners are considering a new subway line on the city's west side that would keep the busy M-Ocean View line underground all the way down 19th Avenue.
SF Programmer Convicted Of Operating Underground Drug Website Silk RoadA San Francisco man has been convicted in New York of creating and operating the underground website Silk Road as a drug-selling haven.
Abandoned Mine Shaft On Cal Campus Could Help Warn Of Coming QuakesBehind a sturdy, rusted door, scrawled with ‘Don Not Enter’ signs lies the key to learning more about the Hayward Fault. What’s known as the Lawson Adit actually looks like a dungeon for naughty Cal students.
Drinking Underground: The World's 6 Best Bars In CavesWhen it comes to drinking, we're all about going underground. That used to mean drinks at a speakeasy, but now it means in a cave. Check out the world's best bars in a cave.
Equipment Failure Knocks Out Power In SF Richmond DistrictAn underground equipment failure knocked out power to more than 1,600 PG&E customers in San Francisco’s Richmond District Tuesday morning, a utility spokesman said.
San Francisco Gets OK To Proceed With Subway Work Federal officials have given San Francisco the green light to proceed with major construction work for its $1.6 billion subway expansion project.
Muni Pedestrian Accident Causes Major Delays For Metro LinesSan Francisco Municipal Railway light-rail service is back on track Friday after experiencing major delays after a Muni Metro vehicle struck a pedestrian between two downtown stations, police and Muni officials said.
Firefighters Control SF SoMa Manhole Fire; PG&E Restoring Power Power went out for businesses and residents in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood Thursday afternoon in an outage related to a manhole fire at Folsom and Harriet streets.
Influx Of Money To San Francisco Central Subway ProjectThe San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency announced Wednesday that it has received another $20 million in federal funds for the controversial Central Subway project.
Palo Alto Safety Officials Warn Of Rare Gas Pipeline DangerThe city of Palo Alto has launched a pipeline safety campaign designed to warn residents about the dangers of “cross bores.”

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