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48 Hills journalist ejected from SFPD news conference

The reporter from 48 Hills, a small left-leaning San Francisco publication led by former Bay Guardian editor Tim Redmond, said she had been allowed to attend many SFPD news conferences without credentials before being ejected Wednesday...Show More Summary

Blustery storm closes roads around Northern California

Gusting winds and persistent rain Wednesday night closed the Antioch Bridge — for the night — and a stretch of Highway 160 through the delta, shut the southbound lanes of Interstate 5 near the Yolo-Sacramento county line and floodedShow More Summary

SF dance school can seek relocation damages, high court rules

The state Supreme Court cleared the way for the nonprofit dance school at the San Francisco Presidio to seek damages for the losses it suffered by having to relocate when Caltrans demolished its building to make way for restructuring...Show More Summary

Day Around The Bay: Major Wind On The Bay Bridge

The storm is making driving on Bay Area bridges scary this evening. Police killed a teenage boy in Salinas in a case that sounds awfully similar to one in Santa Cruz that involved really bad acid. And a 21-year-old SF woman was arrested for allegedly stabbing another woman over a parking spot. [ more › ]

Bay Area events related to Donald Trump’s inauguration

Bay Area events centered on President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration Friday. More than 100 theatrical organizations are holding actions in front of theaters and art spaces nationwide to “protect the values of inclusion, participation...Show More Summary

Labor Department Sues Oracle For Allegedly Paying White Men More Than Others

And also allegedly preferring Asian people in its hiring practices. [ more › ]

50 mph gusts make driving on Bay Area bridges challenging

Following a day of rain, heavy winds picked up in the afternoon, and the National Weather Service issued a wind advisory for the entire Bay Area for the rest of the night. Officer Andrew Barclay, a spokesman for the CHP’s Marin division,...Show More Summary

Map Du Jour: SF Transit Stops, By Hashtag

It uses actual geotagged Instagram data to rename the stops. Last stop #sushirrito. [ more › ]

Beware Of Sophisticated Gmail Phishing Email That Makes You Login Again

It starts with an email that looks like an innocent email from a friend, including an attachment like one they may have already sent you. [ more › ]

Good News, Plebs: Ridiculous $700 Wi-Fi Enabled Juicer Now Just $400!

They made the price cut because, of course, the product is very successful. [ more › ]

Unstable cliff causes closure of major San Francisco road

A major San Francisco thoroughfare in the Glen Park neighborhood will be closed until Friday to allow repair workers dangling from ropes to clear rocks and boulders that could come loose in the rain. O’Shaughnessy Boulevard was shutShow More Summary

Officially Legal Dolores Street Median Parking Pilot Program Starts Next Month

It's been publicly debated for several years and privately griped about forever, but now the SFMTA will be laying out official guidelines, for weekends only, and issuing tickets. [ more › ]

Noor Salman Pleads Not Guilty To Orlando Shooting-Related Charges; Bail Hearing Set For February 1

She may be extradited to Florida next month, where federal prosecutors would like to see her tried for aiding and abetting husband Omar Mateen in the Pulse nightclub shooting. [ more › ]

Car Theft Victim Handed Over To Immigration Officials Sues SF

"As a victim of crime, Pedro Figueroa was exactly the type of person who should have been protected by our sanctuary ordinance," an attorney for Figueroa said. [ more › ]

Super Duper Announces SFO, East Bay, And Upcoming International Locations

The chain's 11th, 12th, and 13th locations will be in Berkeley, Concord, and SFO's Terminal 1. [ more › ]

Researchers capture amazing video of rattlesnake striking prey

Researchers at the Higham Lab at the University of California, Riverside set up a high-speed camera to capture something rarely seen on camera: a rattlesnake attacking its prey.

Threats unfounded at two Bay Area Jewish facilities

Police were investigating suspicious phone calls made two Jewish facilities in the Bay Area Wednesday morning that resulted in evacuations and lockdown orders at schools, officials said. The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center in San Rafael and the Ronald C. Show More Summary

Muir Woods closed for third time in two weeks due to fallen trees

Park rangers closed Muir Woods National Monument on Wednesday as a safety precaution after several large redwood trees fell during heavy rain last week, blocking the main trail, a park spokesman said. The monument is expected to reopen...Show More Summary

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