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Last Friday, SFMTA and DPW approved vital Market Street transit, bicycle and pedestrian safety improvements.
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They lined up for Joe's last day - the end of an era - as a San Francisco institution closed up shop for good.
The Sonoma County Sheriff's Department reported Sunday that a black Labrador named Oreo somehow made its way half-way down a 90-foot cliff along the county's Pacific coast and couldn't get back up.
State Assemblyman Tim Donnelly and former U.S. Treasury official Neel Kashkari are slated Sunday to appear at the Northern California gathering.
The Cypress String Quartet plays the usual Beethoven and Dvorak. But since 2000, the San Francisco-based group has also been on a mission -- to build a "living repertory" by commissioning new works, one per year, generally, from composers it admires.
There are countless ways to get down the San Francisco waterfront, but this weekend travelers will have the option of hopping onto a water taxi for the first time.
San Francisco's St. Patricks Day Parade 2014 lasted for hours in the glorious sunshine with live music and tired toddlers.
"I grew up going to the show, back when it was at the Cow Palace," said Beeck of Folsom's Clearwater Design.
The photos from San Francisco's first skywalk have arrived , and we're swooning.
As the effort to pressure colleges, cities and religious institutions to divest from fossil fuels gains traction, a small but growing number of individual investors are examining their retirement funds and portfolios with an eye toward eliminating their exposure to coal, oil and natural gas.
On Wednesday, Hugo Carranza was given credit for time served and ordered released from custody after being convicted of setting fire to a Cadillac at the Daly City office of the Department of Motor Vehicles.
A legislative push to permit California's public universities to once again consider race and ethnicity in admissions appears to be on life support after an intense backlash from Asian-American parents who fear it will make it harder for their children to get into good schools.
An 18-year-old man was arrested for allegedly biting off part of his infant son's nose because the child would not stop crying, police said Thursday.
Arik Levy, CEO and founder of Laundry Locker is seeing great growth in the Bay Area with the current apartment boom.