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Here’s How Housing Crunch Is Reshaping The Size Of Cities Across The Country
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The nation needs another 6 million homes near the new jobs created in the past decade.
Ali Wong Shares Just How Incredibly Supportive Her Father Was Of Her Career
The comedian told Jimmy Kimmel about how her dad would be ecstatic to show up to her "not-so-well-attended shows."
EPIC FAIL: Toronto Raptors' Attempt To Troll Warriors Backfires Spectacularly
The team's official Twitter account shared an image of players "arriving for battle" by crossing the wrong bridge.
San Francisco Will Close Its Juvenile Hall By The End Of 2021
Officials in the California city voted to shutter the youth detention facility and expand juvenile justice alternatives.
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Smash Mouth Disapproves Of Straight Pride Parades In Now-Viral Tweet
Who would have thought the guys behind "All Star" would end up being woke champions in 2019?
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San Francisco Police Union Urges Police Chief To Resign After Raid On Journalist's Home
The union president has accused Bill Scott of blaming rank-and-file officers for "self-preservation" after the police chief publicly apologized for the raid.
San Francisco Police Claim Journalist Whose Home They Raided 'Committed A Crime'
The police chief said they are investigating the reporter as a “co-conspirator” in a leaked police report about Public Defender Jeff Adachi’s death.
San Francisco District Attorney Condemns Raid On Journalist's Home
The city's police raided a reporter’s home in a probe of leaked information about Public Defender Jeff Adachi’s death.
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Homelessness Spikes In California's Bay Area
The number of homeless people in San Francisco has gone up 17% and up 43% in Oakland’s Alameda county since 2017.
Here's The Socialist Who Fought ISIS And Organized A Craft Beer Union
One word -- solidarity -- links Brace Belden's disparate activities.
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San Francisco Bans Use Of Facial Recognition Technology By Law Enforcement
The California city is the first major U.S. city to ban government use of the technology.
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Parents Rally Around Teacher With Cancer Who Has To Pay For Her Own Substitute
A San Francisco elementary school teacher fighting breast cancer must pay for her replacement while on sick leave — all because of a 1970s state law.
San Francisco Bans Cashless Stores
City officials say card- and app-only stores exclude low-income people who may not have access to bank accounts or credit.
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San Francisco Moves Closer To Banning Use Of Facial Recognition Technology
Members of the city’s board of supervisors advanced an ordinance saying such technology “will exacerbate racial injustice.”
Scientist Sounds The Alarm On 9th Dead Gray Whale Off San Francisco
Many of the whales that are dying off the California coast appear significantly underweight, researchers warn.
Beto O'Rourke Takes Primary Fight To Harris' Turf In Unconventional California Swing
The Texas Democrat made early campaign stops in the home state of rival 2020 candidate Sen. Kamala Harris.
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Driver In Bay Area Crash May Have Been Targeting Muslims, Police Say
There's evidence the driver intentionally drove his car into a crowd of people he thought might be Muslim, Sunnyvale police said.
San Francisco Homeless Shelter Gets The OK Despite Wealthy Neighbors' Objections
Warring GoFundMe campaigns for and against the proposed facility captured national attention last month.
Kamala Harris Says She Regrets That Parents Were Arrested Under Her Truancy Law
The punitive impact of her war on truancy, she said, was an "unintended consequence."
White House Sought To Drop Off Detained Immigrants In Sanctuary Cities: Report
Trump administration officials reportedly suggested releasing detainees in a way that would retaliate against San Francisco and other immigrant-friendly cities.
San Francisco Officials Want To Close Juvenile Hall By 2021
Members of the city’s Board of Supervisors introduced a measure to shutter the youth detention facility within three years.
Laura Linney Returns To Her Queer-Inclusive Clan In Netflix's 'Tales Of The City'
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Based on Armistead Maupin's beloved novels, the series also stars Olympia Dukakis and reflects modern-day San Francisco.
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San Francisco Residents Raise Money To Block Homeless Shelter In Wealthy Neighborhood
An opposing GoFundMe page supports the shelter plan and seeks funds for a local homeless services group.
MLB Suspends San Francisco Giants CEO Over Incident With Wife
A video appears to show Larry Baer dragging his wife to the ground during an argument.
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Official Trailer Drops For Sundance Breakout 'The Last Black Man In San Francisco'
The film has received praise for tackling themes related to race, family, friendship and gentrification.
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District Attorney: Giants CEO Larry Baer Won't Face Charges
Baer has been on leave from the Giants since his physical altercation with his wife earlier this month.
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