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Once Kris Perry and Sandy Stier became the first couple to wed in San Francisco on June 28, same-sex couples have flocked to the city to marry, according to figures from county officials California domestic partnerships dipped during the second half of 2013 compared to the same time period in 2012, as the demand for marriage licenses has increased ... (more)
Ben Merrill was fun-loving and trusted people. Tragically, those attributes ultimately led to his death, the San Francisco man's family said Friday at the sentencing for two women convicted of killing the 22-year-old at the Pittsburg marina in 2009.
For about 30 minutes Friday morning, about 100 anti-gentrification protesters blocked a commuter bus of Apple employees on the Western corner of Valencia and 24th streets from making its way to its Cupertino campus.
Attending a performance of the Nutcracker is one of the best ways to get into the holiday spirit.
San Francisco's housing market became the nation's priciest this year, with a median rent of $3,414 across all units.
A 58-year old woman pleaded not guilty Thursday afternoon in San Francisco Superior Court to felony gross vehicular manslaughter and reckless driving charges in connection with a crash that killed a 16-year-old boy in September .
A woman known as the face of the San Francisco Bay Area's nude rights movement was married in front of City Hall wearing only a veil.
A new series of paintings by Gideon Rubin, who was born and raised in Israel, is on exhibit in San Francisco.
As fleets of shuttle buses take employees to their respective Silicon Valley campuses, resentment and tension grows in the Bay Area.
San Franciscans are mad as hell , and we won't take cell phone thefts anymore! Well, clarification: you can steal out our phones via force .
Great cities tend to shine during Christmas, and San Francisco is no exception. Like an enchanted village on a hill, San Francisco twinkles with millions of magical lights.
Bay Area Radio Hall of Famer Michael Patrick Cleary, whose voice and banter entertained Bay Area listeners for more than 50 years, has published his first book.
It's not just us who are obsessed with the income divide. The tech boom and changing demographics of the Mission have the attention of NPR, which just did a this piece discussing how the current boom is different than that of the 1990s.
A man who attacked a woman outside a San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit station last July will not have to go to jail despite the victim receiving an apology from prosecutors on Monday for violating her rights in the case.
Weeks of dry weather and smoke from a pair of major fires Tuesday cooked up one of the Bay Area's worst soups of air pollution in years -- but with more wind in the forecast, residents may finally get to catch their breath.
Start with the decision Monday, by a federal trial judge who concluded it's likely that a National Security Agency surveillance program violates the Fourth Amendment's protections against unreasonable searches and seizures.