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An officer looks into an open window on Florida Street between 25th and 26th Streets while other officers collect more information on March 8, 2014 in San Francisco, Calif.
Summer and Molly, who are homeless, change their clothes in a restroom at the Main Library in San Francisco.
There's a wealth of information in this month's nonfiction new releases by Bay Area authors, from David Sedlak's fascinating history of public water systems to a concise introduction to quantum mechanics co-authored by Leonard Susskind and Art Friedman.
The three developers bidding are Millennium Partners , Related California , and Golub .
Marc Huestis says he likes the flower boxes at Cafe Flore because he can feel the friends he lost to AIDS in the '80s.
On March 15, 1976, 26 year old Carol Lee Booth was seen walking from the bus stop on El Camino Real at Arroyo Street in South San Francisco towards her home.
A group that says it's fighting gentrification in the Bay Area is claiming responsibility for vandalizing the offices of a high-end developer and housing manager in San Francisco's Mission District.
Ed Drew uses a large format 1930s Speed Graphic camera outfitted with a World War Two-era lens to take his tintype portraits.
No, you can't spend the night. That's the message the Municipal Transportation Agency has for RVs and trucks at a rapidly growing number of locations sprinkled around the city.
In honor of National Absinthe Day, on Wednesday, March 5, Elixir is serving the Golden Gate Fog for $11.
A bicyclist avoids a pothole on an area of Mission Street that will undergo sewer and curb ramp improvements and paving.
Waffles come sweet or savory , and some even have meat at Linea Caffe. Photo: John Storey, Special To The Chronicle Tom Baker talks with customers at Linea Cafe in San Francisco, Calif., on February 28th, 2014.
Rodrigo Santos a co-founder of Santos and Urrutia structural engineers at 2451 Harrison Street.
First came the iPod - now comes the pPod, a custom-made, open-air urinal that San Francisco is installing at Dolores Park to help deal with the hordes of male hipster inebriants that descend on the popular Mission spot on weekends.
The wall used to be beige - a bland beige for a bland alley that no one wanted to visit.