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GOP health bill would cut majority of Planned Parenthood budget in California

Planned Parenthood of California, which operates more of the organization’s health centers than any other state in the nation, would lose 73 percent of its operating budget under the health care bills that Republicans are pushing toShow More Summary

San Jose Swim Coach Arrested For Totally Inappropriate Texts To Underage Team Members

Timothy Nguyen allegedly asked members of his teenage team for nudes. [ more › ]

UPDATE: What To Expect For Tonight's Hotly Anticipated Post-Derailment Rush Hour

Hours after a southbound A train derailed just outside the 125th Street station in Harlem, the MTA is gearing up for today's evening commute. The authority has confirmed damage to tracks, switches and the adjacent tunnel wall, all of which takes time to repair. And with shuttle bus service already underway, chances aren't looking good for a smooth ride home. [ more › ]

Court upholds SF law on deceptive pregnancy clinic marketing

A federal appeals court on Tuesday upheld a San Francisco ordinance that sought to halt deceptive marketing practices by organizations that claim to offer a variety of pregnancy-related services and counseling, but focus instead on dissuading...Show More Summary

Video: Steph & Ayesha Curry Joined By Lin-Manuel Miranda In 'Hamilton' Cover, For Charity

It's part of an Ice Bucket Challenge-style viral campaign to benefit the Immigrants: We Get the Job Done Coalition. [ more › ]

Lawmakers Shouldn't Leave Albany Until MTA Crisis Is Solved, State Senator Says

With Governor Cuomo now calling on state lawmakers to return to the capitol on Wednesday for a vote on mayoral control of city schools, one State Senator is demanding that his fellow politicians remain in Albany until they've also addressed the ever-worsening MTA crisis. [ more › ]

Miami Girls Foundation's InsideOut Breaks the "Miami Girl" Stereotype

“I’m used to being proud of places where I live,” Ekaterina Juskowski says. The Moscow native and fine arts photographer, who established the Miami Girls Foundation in 2015, is perhaps two years closer to inspiring other women to feel the same way about Miami. Juskowski, who also holds undergraduate and...

Antiabortion activists lose bid to remove SF judge from case

A San Francisco federal judge is not biased against antiabortion activists who secretly recorded abortion providers at national meetings and will be allowed to remain on the case he has been on for nearly two years, another federal judge...Show More Summary

Day Around The Bay: Earthquake Swarm Hits Tahoe

Deplorable teen accused of stealing fellow student's $5,000 wheelchair, Bay Area suburbs put up new signs to thwart Waze drivers, and Golden Gate Bridge tolls go up on Monday. [ more › ]

Chunks Of Falling Concrete Smash Cars Under Bayonne Bridge

While the big story today is our city's crumbling mass transit infrastructure, spare a moment for our other crumbling infrastructure. To get more specific, this post is about the "softball-sized" pieces of concrete that fell from the Bayonne Bridge onto cars underneath the Staten Island to New Jersey crossing. [ more › ]

Marcus Samuelsson's Opening A Gigantic Restaurant In A New Greenpoint Development

Chef Marcus Samuelsson's portfolio of trendy Harlem restaurants will expand to Brooklyn, with the debut of a new restaurant inside a forthcoming condo development opening in Greenpoint. [ more › ]

Owner Move-In Evictions Could Get A Few Degrees More Difficult With Supervisors' Vote Today

In an effort to crack down on fraudulent owner move-in evictions, the Board of Supervisors is set to debate a set of new requirements and potential legal deterrents. [ more › ]

Teenage driver critically wounded in shooting in SF’s Bayview

A teenage boy was in a hospital battling for his life after an assailant walked up to his car in the Bayview neighborhood of San Francisco and shot him Sunday night, officials said. The 17-year-old victim was in a car at a stoplight near the intersection of Bayshore Boulevard and Marin Street about 10 p.m. Show More Summary

SFist To-Do List: 12 Cool Things To Check Out This Week

Prince and Pink Floyd tributes, sun-kissed music festivals, and a story-telling show about women's periods. [ more › ]

'Golden Girls' Cafe Owner Accused Of Sexually Harassing Employee

The owner of the famed (ish) Golden Girls themed cafe in Washington Heights has been accused of sexually harassing his former assistant, which sounds like the plot of the Season 1 Golden Girls episode "Adult Education," in which Blanche's creepy psychology teacher tries to get her to have sex with him, but alas, is not. [ more › ]

Early Addition: Maybe Don't Watch This Video Of Life In First Class On Lufthansa

Milkshake duck jokesplained, Norway's troll penis rock destroyed, woman tries opening airplane door mid-flight, and much more in today's midday link roundup. Follow Gothamist on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Snapchat, and like us on Facebook. You can also get the top stories mailed to you—sign up here. [ more › ]

74-year-old South Bay woman pleads guilty in tax fraud scam

A 74-year-old San Jose woman pleaded guilty to stealing personal information from homeless people to use in a fraud scheme that generated $3.5 million in tax refunds, officials said Tuesday. Diep Vo duped people at homeless sheltersShow More Summary

Latest Mission Homeless Navigation Center Stalled By Construction Delay

The center was scheduled to open Monday, now there appears to be no clear timeline. [ more › ]

Suspect Arrested In Mission Fire That Displaced Four

A 35-year-old man was arrested Monday, after police say he was behind a fire at a Mission SRO that displaced at least four residents and caused thousands of dollars in damages. [ more › ]

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