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Merve and Arin Keskin got a lot of help from his mother in purchasing their South San Francisco home.
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An elderly man facing an attempted murder charge for allegedly shooting at his former doctor inside a Daly City medical office in April will be evaluated by doctors to determine if he is competent to stand trial, prosecutors said Friday.
Unfortunately for us, every gallon of seawater contains nearly five ounces of salt.
With its unfinished foamy blue ceilings and dated decor, Powell Street Station has been looking a little rough around the edges lately.
Peer-to-peer car sharing company FlightCar received a permit by the South San Francisco City Council allowing it to operate at a permanent site in the city.
For 12 years, Betty Newman wrote a weekly recipe column for the Jewish Bulletin, "The Joy of Jewish Cooking."
San Francisco native Kristin Tieche, a 43-year-old filmmaker and bicycle blogger, will be among five local volunteers handing out free Endangered Species Condoms in the city to members of a species that is anything but endangered, commemorating World Population Day on Friday.
Financial mismanagement, public reproach and a lack of professional decorum among elected officials are the reasons the San Mateo County Civil Grand Jury recommended in a report released Wednesday the San Mateo County Harbor District be dissolved.
For the second time, a mistrial was declared after jurors became hopelessly deadlocked in the attempted rape case of a motel clerk accused of assaulting a housekeeper.
The San Mateo County civil grand jury issued a scathing report Wednesday calling for the dissolution of the county harbor district, citing problems with the district's finances and an overall pattern of dysfunction.
The Lake Merced Boat House in San Francisco reopened Tuesday after a $3.2 million renovation upgrading the interior and exterior of the facility.
In the spring of 1917, in a storeroom at an exhibition space in midtown New York, the painter George Bellows and the art curator Walter Arensberg had one of the liveliest arguments ever held about a piece of art.
Drugstore chain Walgreens has agreed to pay $180,000 to a diabetic employee who was fired after eating a $1.39 bag of chips before paying for it during what she said was an attack of low blood sugar, federal officials said.
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