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Fight Heats Up Over San Francisco's Waterfront Along The EmbarcaderoCalifornia officials says San Francisco voters shouldn't have the last say over how it uses the waterfront.
Plan To Install 50,000 Cell Towers In California Faces OppositionUp to 50,000 cell phone towers coming to cities across California. But will you get a say on where they pop up?
San Francisco To Pay Undocumented Immigrant $190K For Violating Sanctuary PolicySan Francisco expected to pay $190,000 settlement to an undocumented immigrant who claims police violated the sanctuary city ordinance.
Ships Floated As Way To Provide Shelter To San Francisco's HomelessThe solution to San Francisco's homeless population may be found in the San Francisco Bay.
Kentucky Mayors Want Exemption From California's LGBT Discrimination Travel BanThe mayors of Louisville and Lexington,Kentucky are asking California's attorney general to exempt them from a LGBT travel ban.
Star Wars Creator Lucas's $1.5 Billion Museum Gets Green LightWith the speed and force of a Jedi Starfighter, officials cleared the way for "Star Wars" creator George Lucas to build a $1.5 billion museum near USC.
Senate GOP Leaders Abruptly Delay Health Care VoteLacking votes, Senate GOP leaders abruptly announced Tuesday they were delaying a vote on health care bill until after July 4th recess.
Trump's Presidency May Be Impacting Silicon Valley Home SalesHome sales have been soaring on the Peninsula lately. One real estate expert says Donald Trump's presidency could be a contributing factor.
Former AC Transit Executive Convicted Of Stealing Over $500K From Oakland ChurchFormer AC Transit chief financial officer Lewis Clinton was convicted of four counts of grand theft for stealing over $500K from Oakland church.
Oakland Nonprofit Leader Says Grand Jury Report Is 'A Blatant Lie'Former Black Panther Party leader Elaine Brown denounced a grand jury report's allegation that she has an improper dual role in receiving county funds for a nonprofit group as "a blatant lie."
San Francisco Tries To Tackle Fraudulent Owner Move-In EvictionsSan Francisco supervisors are working to craft legislation to curb fraudulent owner move-in evictions, but remain divided on how best to enforce the law.
CBO: 22 Million More Uninsured Under Senate Health Care Bill By 2026The Senate health care bill would result in 22 million more uninsured Americans over the next decade compared to current law.

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