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  1. St. Bruno's Church of San BrunoRead the original story w/Photo

    18 min ago | San Mateo Daily Journal

    When Mission Dolores became a parish church in San Francisco in the mid-1830s, the next closest church to it was Mission Santa Clara in San Jose. These distant worship locations left a big gap for the Catholics of San Francisco County.


  2. Black Thumbs, Rejoice! 6 Houseplants That Love Low-Light...Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | News Times

    Is your place shrouded in shadows or lacking natural sunlight? These are the plants experts say are best suited to the low-light spots in your home. Nothing enlivens your home like a lush, healthy houseplant .


  3. Mega Millions jackpot hits $1B, thanks to worsening oddsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | WBOC-TV Salisbury

    The Mega Millions jackpot has climbed to $970 million, inching ever-closer to the $1 billion mark. . Mega Millions lottery tickets are printed out of a lottery machine at a convenience store Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018, in Chicago.


  4. Caravan migrants break Guatemala border fence, rush MexicoRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | WBOC-TV Salisbury

    Mexico's foreign ministry says government officials at its southern border... . Paramedics attend Honduran migrant Jose Alainez, 49, who suffered an epileptic seizure while walking north with other migrants, before taking him to the hospital in Guatemala City, early Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018.


  5. SF residents dream big ahead of $1 billion Mega Millions lotteryRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | SFGate

    A line forms outside 19th Avenue Liquors in San Francisco on Friday as lottery ticket buyers wait for the owner to open the store. The Mega Millions jackpot reached $1 billion on Friday, A line forms outside 19th Avenue Liquors in San Francisco on Friday as lottery ticket buyers wait for the owner to open the store.


  6. Local priests accused of sexual misconductRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Mountain View Voice

    Eight priests with ties to Midpeninsula parishes are among the 15 clergy members accused of sexual abuse against children dating back to the 1960s, according to a list released Thursday by the Diocese of San Jose. The list was released as part of Bishop Patrick McGrath's efforts to increase transparency within the diocese, which is made up of 52 parishes.


  7. White House Temporarily Lifts Sanctions on Russia's Space Chief for U.S. VisitRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The St. Petersburg Times

    The White House has temporarily lifted an entry ban imposed on the head of Russia's federal space agency to allow him to visit the United States, the head of NASA has said in an interview with Russian media. The U.S. banned entry to and froze the assets of ex-Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, along with other officials it blames for Moscow's seizure of the Crimean peninsula in March 2014.


  8. Mayor returns home to try to lift town plagued by povertyRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | The Virginian-Pilot

    Beyond the boarded-up buildings and patchwork fences that others view as eyesores, Huron Mayor Rey Leon sees potential in this tiny central California farm town that has been mired in poverty for decades. On a dirty restaurant wall, Leon envisions a mural depicting Bracero farmworkers, like his father who came from Mexico.


  9. Haight Ashbury Victorian Flat Hits MLS Asking $1,659,000 - Wow Factor At 11Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | TheFrontSteps

    Grand scale, turn of the century Victorian Condominium on a coveted block in the Haight / Ashbury area of San Francisco with approximately 1630 square feet of living space, original wood floors, period details, ~12 foot high ceilings, renovated kitchen & bath, two fireplaces, in unit washer & dryer, 1 car parking, exclusive use storage, shared yard, and great natural light. A property so many seek, yet can't find is here and's true.


  10. The City of Tomorrow Is Almost Here TodayRead the original story

    Yesterday | Berkeley Blog

    This morning, Jim Hackett, the president and CEO of Ford Motor Company, and I worked together to design a human-centric street using toy people, bicycles, markers, trees, and other miniature implements of street fare. When I suggested we erect a sculpture in a designated park area, Jim put together some Styrofoam bits with toothpicks and cut off pieces of tape for me to 'solder' the construction.


  11. SF judge throws out charges against homeless people camping on...Read the original story

    Yesterday | SFGate

    A San Francisco judge dismissed criminal charges against three homeless people Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018, for camping or sleeping on the streets. The ruling followed a federal appeals court ruling that barred cities from prosecuting such cases when no shelters are available.


  12. MFA of Russia commented on announcements of US Ambassador to ArmeniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PanArmenian Network

    PanARMENIAN.Net - Official representative of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, Maria Zakharova commented on the recent announcements of Richard Mills, during a briefing in Moscow. According to Zakharova, the comments of Mills, who will soon complete his diplomatic mission in Armenia, are "interference in the internal affairs of the sovereign country".


  13. Survey Reveals #TeamSweet and #TeamSalty Evenly Paced in the Battle of the SnacksRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday |

    TRACY, Calif., Oct. 4, 2018 : Californian's status as Team Sweet or Team Salty when it comes to snacking may be determined by geography, according to a new survey by Real California Milk. The survey, which examines statewide snacking preferences, reveals geographic and gender differences on taste, but an overall agreement on the importance of making healthy snacking choices.


  14. Meritocracy Without Borders: Sowell Edition, by Bryan CaplanRead the original story

    Thursday | Library of Economics and Liberty

    When I travel through California's vast agricultural areas, the people I see working in the fields under the hot sun are usually Mexicans. So are many of the people who clean the hotels.


  15. SF area has the worst roads in the nation, per new reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SFGate

    Potholes and other hazards like this one on Broadway Terrace in Oakland cost Bay Area drivers an estimated $1,049 a year. Potholes and other hazards like this one on Broadway Terrace in Oakland cost Bay Area drivers an estimated $1,049 a year.


  16. California zoo euthanizes beloved 47-year-old elephantRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Norwalk Citizen News

    At 47, Sujatha was considered elderly for her species and had been facing age-related challenges over the past three years. The zoo employed an array of treatments to address her pain, including laser therapy, stem cell treatments, physical therapy, hydrotherapy and medications.


  17. Sights and SoundRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Sea Magazine

    James and Claire Ellingford and their daughters Abi and Bianca, now 17 and 14, bid g'day to their homeport of Sydney, Australia, back in 2015 and motored into the big, blue Pacific Ocean. Their plan was to circumnavigate the globe over the course of more than six years aboard their Nordhavn 62, Pendana, an d that's still the plan, but the timeline has been extended, most notably by 10 extra months in Hawaii.


  18. Dallas Leaders Like Plan for Robotic Delivery VehiclesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | NBC Dallas

    Dallas City Council members had good things to say Wednesday about plans to test robotic delivery vehicles on city sidewalks as soon as this month. Some traditional delivery people are not sold on the plan.


  19. What you need to know about the delivery robots heading to DallasRead the original story

    Wednesday | Dallas Morning News

    The Dallas City Council on Wednesday was briefed on the new pilot program that will bring robotic delivery devices to the city's sidewalks for at least six months. Yes, robots.


  20. San Francisco area has the worst roads in the nation, per new...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 17 | SFGate

    The inner Bay Area has the worst roads in the nation, according to a new report by the Washington, D.C.-based Transportation Research and Innovation Portal . Seventy-one percent of the streets in San Francisco and nearby cities are dilapidated, and the average motorist loses $1,049 a year in repair costs from driving on the bumpy pavement, the report said.