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Monday - 15th October, 2018
Electric scooters back under yearlong trial
Rental electric scooters, which were banned from San Francisco in June after controversies piled up,...
Saturday - 13th October, 2018
Can S.F.’s reforms save troubled taxi industry?
The line of San Francisco cabdrivers — six, seven at a time — sat bumper-to-bumper, waiting.&...
Friday - 12th October, 2018
Gas tax hike repeal could idle hundreds of projects
More than 400 transit infrastructure projects would be jeopardized if California’s gas tax hike ge...
Thursday - 11th October, 2018
‘We’re tired of being a dumping ground’
More than a dozen camper vans flanked the University Mound Reservoir in San Francisco’s Portola ne...
Wednesday - 10th October, 2018
Van Ness work puts businesses at risk
The chain-link fence went up about a year ago outside Bootleg Bar & Kitchen, a once-buzzing ...
Tuesday - 9th October, 2018
Ferry Building changes hands for $291 million
San Francisco’s Ferry Building, an 1898 landmark that has become a prime spot for restaurants and ...
Monday - 8th October, 2018
CSU cutting classes to boost graduations
Erika Castellanos, a full-time student, expects to graduate from San Francisco State University with...
Saturday - 6th October, 2018
Smoke dispute puts grape growers at risk
Along the West Coast, grape growers and wineries are locked in bitter disputes over what to do with ...
Friday - 5th October, 2018
Pier 39 attraction hopes for a splash
A wildly ambitious plan to turn the beleaguered Aquarium of the Bay next to Pier 39 into a dazzling,...
Thursday - 4th October, 2018
Inspections urged for some high-rises
Dozens of downtown San Francisco high-rises should be inspected for previously undetected damage the...
Wednesday - 3rd October, 2018
Machine arms flex new green thumbs
Angus doesn’t look like your normal farmer. He’s more of a giant, docile rectangle, built to lif...
Tuesday - 2nd October, 2018
Court move keeps beach accessible
Surfers, lawyers and legislators hugged and high-fived Monday at an impromptu party on a sandy cove ...
Monday - 1st October, 2018
Yurok try to restore river to save salmon
HYAMPOM, Trinity County — The giant Douglas fir hit the water with a great splash just as a powerf...
Saturday - 29th September, 2018
State’s senators split, then unite
California’s two Democratic senators expressed their opposition to Supreme Court nominee Brett Kav...
Friday - 28th September, 2018
Accuser, nominee firmly state cases
Testifying to a bitterly divided Senate committee and a transfixed nation, Bay Area professor Christ...
Thursday - 27th September, 2018
2nd cracked beam found at transit hub
San Francisco’s new Transbay Transit Center will remain closed at least through the end of next we...
Wednesday - 26th September, 2018
Cracked beam shuts S.F.’s new transit center
The discovery of a cracked steel beam that forced the abrupt closure Tuesday of the brand-new Transb...
Tuesday - 25th September, 2018
Climate change hits national parks hard
Disappearing glaciers were an early sign of trouble for the nation’s wildlands. But the m...
Monday - 24th September, 2018
Dreamforce to draw crowds, cash to city
It was the week before Dreamforce, the conference extravaganza organized by Salesforce, and the tech...
Saturday - 22nd September, 2018
New HIV cases fall to record low in S.F.
Aggressive efforts to end transmission of HIV are paying off in San Francisco, where public health o...
Friday - 21st September, 2018
S.F. school lottery shake-up?
After eight years and thousands of complaints, the San Francisco Board of Education will consider ov...
Thursday - 20th September, 2018
Sharing the wealth in carpool lanes
The main purpose of California’s sticker program to let clean-air vehicles into carpool lanes was ...
Wednesday - 19th September, 2018
Restaurant workers find a family-friendly zone
Haley Moore has managed to do what was once unheard of in the restaurant industry: She’s held onto...
Tuesday - 18th September, 2018
Cable car fares — an uphill struggle
Undercover city workers who joined the crosstown commuters and selfie-taking tourists on San Francis...
Monday - 17th September, 2018
BART cutting early hours for seismic work on tube
BART is preparing for the type of earthquake that happens once in a thousand years — a jolt so gre...
Saturday - 15th September, 2018
B-grade produce gets the A-grade treatment
The San Francisco online grocer Good Eggs wanted to give chef Nick Balla 550 pounds of extra dandeli...
Friday - 14th September, 2018
Radioactive object found at shipyard
A highly radioactive object has been discovered at the former Hunters Point Naval Shipyard next to a...
Thursday - 13th September, 2018
Breed calls on cities to join climate fight
Mayor London Breed called on cities around the world Wednesday to join San Francisco in making the f...
Wednesday - 12th September, 2018
In 1916, Cumberland College, a small private school in Lebanon, Tenn., was scheduled to play Georgia...
Tuesday - 11th September, 2018
Climate change action — bold goals, protests
Hundreds of activists snarled commute-heavy traffic, picketed or simply sat in yoga poses outside th...
Monday - 10th September, 2018
Trump trickle-down in Solano County
Thom Bogue asked several dozen stone-faced residents in the City Hall chambers whether they wanted t...
Saturday - 8th September, 2018
Opera season opens in style with gala
Attendees Thomas Barrett and Belinda Berry mingle during the San Francisco Opera’s annual ball at ...
Friday - 7th September, 2018
S.F. is doing its best to brace for Big One
A crucial 5-year-old program requiring the owners of San Francisco’ s 4,900 most earthquake vulner...
Thursday - 6th September, 2018
Most wildfires started by someone’s mistake
Riding a lawn mower over dry grass. Target shooting on a hot day. Cutting a metal pipe. Faulty wirin...
Wednesday - 5th September, 2018
Democrats launch blistering attack on high court nominee
In a chaotic first day of a confirmation hearing that started out testy and only turned nastier, out...
Tuesday - 4th September, 2018
Appetite for black success in Fillmore
When black residents vanish from a city known for culinary diversity, what happens to black-owned re...
Monday - 3rd September, 2018
Bill tosses lifeline to whales, dolphins
Fishing gear that is responsible for the unintentional deaths of dozens of marine mammals every year...
Saturday - 1st September, 2018
‘Summer slowdown’ sees home prices dip
The median Bay Area home price fell from June to July but was still up double digits over last year,...
Friday - 31st August, 2018
Recology planning reuse for its land
Forget bottles, cans and cardboard boxes. Recology, the Bay Area solid-waste hauler, is getting into...
Thursday - 30th August, 2018
Bail agents worry about their future
Most of the bail bond offices lining Bryant Street favor function over form. The agents who work nea...
Wednesday - 29th August, 2018
Peering inside the city’s plan for safer injections
Stepping into the mock safe injection site set up inside Glide Memorial Church, with its friendly re...
Tuesday - 28th August, 2018
Vintage friendship keeps tiny winery in local hands
It’s a crisp, sunny morning on Spring Mountain in Calistoga when Sarah McCrea and Chris Hall, the ...
Monday - 27th August, 2018
Warriors’ season tickets a slam dunk
The most dramatic part of the Warriors’ new Chase Center isn’t the high-tech stadium model, or t...
Saturday - 25th August, 2018
Oakland school sports cutbacks hit girls hard
The Oakland school district abruptly eliminated half of its high school sports programs, and far mor...
Friday - 24th August, 2018
Would SoMa boom leave some behind?
The plan to rezone San Francisco’s Central SoMa neighborhood to spur job growth around the route o...
Thursday - 23rd August, 2018
Alameda County clamps down on pop-up dining
On Tuesday, Julya Shin and Steve Joo were cooking a dinner as chefs of Nokni, a 3-yearold pop-up, at...
Wednesday - 22nd August, 2018
Easing emission rules may not affect state
President Trump’s plan to roll back one of his predecessor’s key climate change programs, govern...
Tuesday - 21st August, 2018
Mid-Market area a lasting tough sell
The $150 million retail complex completed two years ago on central Market Street in San Francisco wa...
Monday - 20th August, 2018
BART may replace gates to deter cheats
BART is looking at a new solution to the widespread fare evasion problem that siphons off up to $25 ...
Saturday - 18th August, 2018
Roaster hasn’t filled promise of ownership
The line at San Francisco’s Four Barrel Coffee threatens to spill onto Valencia Street on most mor...
Friday - 17th August, 2018
History may haunt scooter applicants
San Francisco is still pondering which companies will get to rent out electric stand-up scooters her...
Thursday - 16th August, 2018
Heard & Not Seen
This hearing aid does for your ears what a contact lens does for your eyes: improves your hearing wi...
Wednesday - 15th August, 2018
Death strikes home in biggest of blazes
UKIAH, Mendocino County — In the predawn hush, Sean Kavanaugh climbed the three steps to the stage...
Tuesday - 14th August, 2018
How old burns can impede wildfires
YOSEMITE WEST — When a wall of flames raced up the hillside at Avalanche Creek on a recent afterno...
Monday - 13th August, 2018
Schools fail to use state’s free lead tests
As students head back to class across California this month, many will sip water from school fountai...
Saturday - 11th August, 2018
Outside Lands back in the park
The Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival returned to Golden Gate Park on Friday. The event, in its ...
Friday - 10th August, 2018
Tearful families plead with Ghost Ship judge
The two defendants charged in the deaths of 36 people at the Ghost Ship warehouse are getting off ea...
Thursday - 9th August, 2018
As Bay Area chokes, evacuees returning
California’s biggest-ever wildfire grew to 10 times the size of San Francisco on Wednesday, as the...
Wednesday - 8th August, 2018
Yosemite-area tourist industry badly scorched
MARIPOSA — The views up the Merced River Canyon toward Yosemite were obscured Tuesday by thick wil...
Tuesday - 7th August, 2018
Mendocino Complex is now California’s biggest fire ever
The relentless wall of flame north of Clear Lake known as the Mendocino Complex grew into the larges...
Monday - 6th August, 2018
Transbay center ready to roll at last
For the past decade, the transit center that will replace San Francisco’s Transbay Terminal has be...
Saturday - 4th August, 2018
Hundreds gather to mourn slain teen
An arrangement of white flowers spelled out “Nia” at the foot of a white casket. Each letter shi...
Friday - 3rd August, 2018
Apple is first to hit $1 trillion
Four times the value of Chevron. Five times Coca-Cola. Nearly 10 times General Electric. As...
Thursday - 2nd August, 2018
For former 49er Clark, the fondest of farewells
Just as Eddie DeBartolo wrapped up a touching eulogy for fallen 49er Dwight Clark at a Grace Cathedr...
Wednesday - 1st August, 2018
Proposed cafeteria ban not to everyone’s taste
Lunch, and where people eat it, has become a big topic of conversation in San Francisco. In...
Tuesday - 31st July, 2018
Cautious progress as fickle fires spread
LAKEPORT, Lake County — Firefighters made small but promising headway Monday on the two main fires...
Monday - 30th July, 2018
Deadly destruction as state’s fires spread
REDDING — As thousands of firefighters worked Sunday to push the huge Carr Fire away from homes an...
Saturday - 28th July, 2018
Redding blaze toll grows
REDDING — The wildfire, deafeningly loud, raced across Shasta County, forcing thousands of residen...
Friday - 27th July, 2018
Possible new twist for election system
San Francisco waited more than a week last month to find out who its new mayor would be. That was la...
Thursday - 26th July, 2018
Choked by fire’s smoke, Yosemite Valley empties
YOSEMITE VALLEY — The glacial canyon where tens of thousands of tourists flock each summer to view...
Wednesday - 25th July, 2018
Killings put focus on BART safety
Facing a dramatic rise in violent crime over the past decade and criticism that they don’t do enou...
Tuesday - 24th July, 2018
After killing, BART reveals other attacks
Manhunt ends: Suspect spotted on train a day after homicide A BART passenger’s tip ended ...
Monday - 23rd July, 2018
Ambitious visions for fort at Presidio
A visit to Fort Winfield Scott in the Presidio shows how far this unique national park has come in t...
Saturday - 21st July, 2018
Stalking scooters — ‘like a treasure hunt’
Each night after dinner, David Padover invites his kids to join him in a hightech scavenger hunt thr...
Friday - 20th July, 2018
Church parking lots offer housing relief
Last year, Arnell Clark and his girlfriend, Mataele Robertson, moved their young family out of an Ea...
Thursday - 19th July, 2018
First happy drivers cruise on new road
RAGGED POINT, San Luis Obispo County — California may not yet be perfect but, on Wednesday, it cam...
Wednesday - 18th July, 2018
Tiny town mourns a hero firefighter
MARIPOSA — Braden Varney was coming home, but not in the way anyone expected. His body wa...
Tuesday - 17th July, 2018
Fire-weary town braces as blaze nears Yosemite
MARIPOSA — As the Ferguson Fire swelled to 9,266 acres Monday, residents of Mariposa, the biggest ...
Monday - 16th July, 2018
WINE COUNTRY FIRES Saving homes turns into searing regret
God woke you up, you’re sure of it. He kicked you in the head as smoke filled the room. “Look ou...
Saturday - 14th July, 2018
crews on the front lines
GUINDA, Yolo County — The flames would be here soon, thought Mike van Loben Sels as he drove acros...
Friday - 13th July, 2018
Lane-safety plans for bikes hit bumps
To San Francisco cyclists, the blocks that ripple out from the downtown Caltrain station at Fourth a...
Thursday - 12th July, 2018
Historic day at City Hall
As soon as her inauguration on the steps of San Francisco City Hall was over Wednesday, London Breed...
Wednesday - 11th July, 2018
Museum is facing a legal meltdown
MONTEREY — Salvador Dalí, who loved anything that called attention to himself, would sure...
Tuesday - 10th July, 2018
Big opening day set for transit center
Eight years after its predecessor was demolished and 17 years after planning began, San Francisco’...
Monday - 9th July, 2018
Artists find new life, incentive in wreckage
Just about everything in the airy Sonoma art studio where Helena Donzelli and her two pals work is r...
Saturday - 7th July, 2018
Outpouring of grief at Jahi’s memorial
Nearly five years after being declared brain-dead and placed on a ventilator at the insistence of a ...
Friday - 6th July, 2018
Richmond ferry terminal spurs optimism, concern
Construction cranes loom over the Richmond shoreline, a briny landscape of weeds and eucalyptus tree...
Thursday - 5th July, 2018
Colorful holiday in air, on ground
The skies lit up over the bay Wednesday night, delighting the throngs of people who descended on the...
Wednesday - 4th July, 2018
No-contest pleas in Ghost Ship fire
Two men pleaded no contest Tuesday to involuntary manslaughter charges in the Oakland Ghost Ship fir...
Tuesday - 3rd July, 2018
Blaze moving fast in Yolo-Napa area
GUINDA, Yolo County — The smoke spewing from the peaks and gullies of the hillsides surrounding th...
Monday - 2nd July, 2018
Fire hits Napa County — smoke fills Bay Area
Two fires raged Sunday across Lake, Napa and Yolo counties — with one doubling in size from Saturd...
Saturday - 30th June, 2018
Minimum wage hike reshaping restaurants
When San Francisco’s Corridor restaurant opened two years ago in the city’s Mid-Market neighborh...
Friday - 29th June, 2018
Port of Oakland sees growth amid turmoil
West Coast ports are bracing for a possible trade war with China, even as they hope for a summer boo...
Thursday - 28th June, 2018
Street camps finally vanishing
Most people drive the streets of San Francisco searching for something, but Jeff Kositsky delights i...
Wednesday - 27th June, 2018
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Tuesday - 26th June, 2018
Access to the best pediatric care—close to home
UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals are committed to healthy children, healthy communities and a hea...
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