Controversial Ad Campaign Recalls Race-Based S.F. 'Urban Renewal' ProgramsCritics call out advertisements opposing legislation encouraging construction of housing near public transit as shameless attempts to stir up resentment among African Americans.
San Jose Breaks Ground on Major Housing Project for the HomelessThe North San Pedro studios will bring permanent housing to homeless veterans and chronically homeless people who have been living in shelters or on the streets.
Toddler in Hospital After Falling 20 Feet From Oakland Apartment BuildingAn 18-month-old boy was recovering from surgery Friday evening after plummeting 20 feet from a second-story fire escape in Oakland.
CPUC Investigating New Muni Trains Over Coupling Pins, Malfunctioning DoorsOfficials with the California Public Utilities Commission early Friday evening confirmed that the agency is investigating two recently uncovered problems with San Francisco Muni's new fleet of streetcars.
Milpitas Grandmother Accused Of Killing 3-Year-Old Grandson Makes Initial Court AppearanceA 70-year-old woman accused of strangling her 3-year-old grandson in Milpitas Monday made her first appearance in Santa Clara County Superior Court Friday.
New Study Shows Millions Of 'Micro Quakes' Constantly Shaking Bay AreaA new seismological study from the U.S. Geological Survey that could be described as the opposite of earthshaking indicates that there are millions of minuscule quakes happening in the Bay Area that were undetectable until now.


CBS SF Talks To 'Murder In The Front Row' Doc Director Adam DubinCBS SF talks to documentary director Adam Dubin about his new film on the Bay Area thrash metal scene 'Murder in the Front Row' as well as his earlier work making videos for the Beastie Boys and Metallica ahead of a private screening of the doc in San Francisco.
Beach Blanket Babylon, San Francisco's Famed Musical Revue, To End This YearSan Francisco's famed musical revue show Beach Blanket Babylon is closing its doors at the end of this year after a 45 year run, the show's producer announced on Wednesday.
San Francisco Explores New Ferry Service For Warriors Games, Other Chase Center EventsAs San Francisco prepares for the opening of the new Chase Center arena later this fall, Mayor London Breed on Wednesday announced the city is working on providing interim ferry service to the city’s Mission Bay neighborhood for events there.
Psychedelic Rock Icon Returns To The Chapel In San FranciscoTexas psychedelic garage rock legend Roky Erickson plays a two-night Halloween residency at the Chapel in San Francisco, spotlighting his hits with the 13th Floor Elevators Monday and focusing on his solo album 'The Evil One' on Halloween night.
Italian Space Doom Trio Comes To OaklandItalian psychedelic doom merchants Ufomammut bring their celebrated live show back to the Bay Area this Thursday as a tour celebrating the band's 20th anniversary kicks off at the Oakland Metro Operahouse.
Berkeley Rep's 'Fairview' Wins Pulitzer Prize For DramaA drama originally co-produced and commissioned by Berkeley Repertory Theatre has won the prestigious Pulitzer Prize for Drama.


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A couple is getting married at an airport's baggage claim, where they metBaggage claim No. 6 holds a special meaning for the couple
Immigrants can be denied citizenship over marijuanaImmigrants involved with cannabis in any way — even in states where it has been legalized — could disqualify them from naturalization
Seagram's heiress pleads guilty in NXIVM sex slave caseClare Bronfman agreed to forfeit $6 million from a fortune prosecutors say is worth $200 million
Severe weather wreaks havoc on holiday weekend travelThousands were without power Saturday morning as several towns tried to recover from days of devastating weather
Eye Opener: Deadly storms move up the East Coast"A deadly holiday storm shuts down travel and leaves a trail of damage across parts of the country. Also, a subpoena is out for the full unredacted Mueller report, as are new calls for impeachment proceedings. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox."
Democrats subpoena unredacted version of Mueller reportSpecial counsel Robert Mueller's 448-page report on his investigation into the 2016 Trump campaign continues to make waves two days after a redacted version was released. Mueller concluded that while the president did not break any laws, he did try to stop or influence the investigation. Now, members of Congress are calling on Mueller to testify under oath on Capitol Hill and the first calls for impeachment proceedings are coming from some of the Democrats running for president in 2020. Weijia Jiang reports.