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Rent-control expansion fails in Sacramento

San Franciscans swarm state capital to boost, decry rent-control law Hundreds of San Francisco and Bay Area residents trekked to Sacramento Thursday morning, waiting in lines that stretched out of the State Capitol building, to tellShow More Summary

Your Curbed Cup neighborhood of the year: Dogpatch

An auspicious start to the Year of the Dog The votes are in, the ballots counted, the judges have authorized the final tally, and San Franciscans anxiously await the final word on which neighborhood takes the prestigious Curbed Cup this...Show More Summary

San Francisco car break-ins up 26 percent over last year

Car break-ins continued to be a major problem for many San Franciscans with autos in the city, as the recorded instances of "larceny theft from vehicle" is up 26 percent over this time last year.

Poll: Voters support new transit taxes, especially on Uber, Lyft

A majority of San Franciscans want improvements to the city’s roads and Muni system — and they think businesses, including Uber, Lyft and food-delivery services, should pay for them, according to a survey by the San Francisco Transportation...Show More Summary

Inside the last slice of old-school San Francisco where you can still buy a home for under $1 million

Ingleside is miles off the beaten path for most San Franciscans. It's a haul from any central location in the city, and it has a reputation as one of the tougher neighborhoods, which has helped the working-class area stay under the radar of tech workers and real-estate investors. Show More Summary

Are San Francisco's new LED streetlights too bright?

Some San Franciscans think the city's new LED-powered streetlights aren't such a bright idea.

San Franciscans ditching Uber, says consumer report

But most of the company’s losses just fuel rival ride-hailing services San Franciscans who loathe the proliferation of ride-hailing companies may be relieved to hear that Uber, the San Francisco-based company that brought app-enable car sharing to the masses, seems to be in decline. Show More Summary

15 Halloween costumes that are perfect for San Franciscans

You need not look further than your own backyard for some great Halloween costume ideas.

Poor air quality continues around Bay Area Monday, expected to clear later this week

San Franciscans woke to the smell of smoke Monday morning as a light sooty haze blanketed the Bay Area.

Fact check: San Franciscans, don't expect wild animals fleeing fires to show up in your yard

Do not leave out buckets for Bambi, says California Fish and Wildlife spokesperson Peter Tira, despite the advice of a post making the rounds on Facebook.

The fire ravaging parts of California wine country threatens the region’s $1 billion agriculture industry

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More than a dozen wildfires are sweeping across Northern California's wine country. Photos show how wildfires are ravaging parts of California's wine country At least 10 dead as fires burn in California wine country San Franciscans awoke in panic as one of the worst firestorms in California history burns wine country Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

Chef Dominique Crenn Will Deliver Food to California Wildfire Victims Today

The chef is asking San Franciscans to help her and her employees make sandwiches this morning.

San Franciscans Pissed To Learn Their Liberal Policies Caused A Wave Of Restaurant Failures

In a note that we'll file away under the definition of 'irony', Bloomberg wrote today that the fun-loving, free-spirited socialists of San Francisco are suddenly really pissed off that their liberal economic policies have resulted in...Show More Summary

If You Got Summoned For Jury Duty In SF This Week, It's Probably For The Kate Steinle Case

At least a thousand San Franciscans have been summoned to the courthouse. [ more › ]

San Franciscans Freak Out Over City's Emergency Alert Overkill During Mild Heatwave

Many of us likely saw much kvetching on social media Wednesday over the five separate EMERGENCY ALERT messages pushed out to phones in the area advising everyone about the extreme heat. [ more › ]

Thursday Morning Roundup: Tech Companies Won't Talk To Supe About Employing San Franciscans

Heat alert angers, SJ State's Hammer dance reward, 500 Uber jobs at risk. [ more › ]

San Francisco's Recreational Cannabis Sales Could Be Delayed Due To New Legislation

It seems that San Franciscans will have to wait a little longer to get their hands on some recreational marijuana, thanks to legislation introduced on Tuesday. [ more › ]

San Franciscans want to move to South SF, says report

Industrial city, anyone? More than 61 percent of San Francisco home shoppers want to move to South San Francisco. Or so it would appear from a report from Trulia, which breaks down where local shoppers in major U.S. cities are most likely to search for listings on the sight. Show More Summary

Excelsior Edwardian asks $995K

When is $1 million a bargain? Where would so many San Franciscans be if not for the Excelsior? Well, not in San Francisco, for starters. In a city where the average house sells for well over $1 million today, it’s one of a handful of neighborhoods where six-digit sales still exist. Take the case of 275 London. Show More Summary

Yet Another Gun Is Stolen From A Cop, Yet Another San Franciscan Dies

The police officer didn't even know his gun was gone, his union says. [ more › ]

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