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Van driver pins man against wall in attack near City Hall

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Victim suffers life-threatening injuries

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SFMTA releases full list of planned cuts to bus service

Agency to maintain full service on 17 of 89 routes

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Two test positive at SF homeless shelter in South of Market

Two people staying at a homeless shelter in San Francisco’s South of Market have tested positive for the coronavirus, city…

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Coronavirus cases increase to 583 as SF aims to test 50K in April

Breed announces testing site at Pier 30-32

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Muni to stop running nearly every route in SF — more than 70 lines

UPDATE: 11:09 p.m.: Sources within the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency said a list of remaining lines (after service cuts)…

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Sally Stephens: Feeling the impact of spending every day alone

All my initial resolutions to do this and that and stay busy during the enforced isolation didn’t even last two…

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Treasure Island hungry for food delivery options

Apps don’t serve neighborhood’s residents

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Grand Princess to set sail after crew quarantine ends

A quarantine aboard the Grand Princess cruise ship anchored in San Francisco Bay ended Saturday and its 646 crewmembers are…

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Gov. Gavin Newsom said he ‘owns’ coronavirus testing lapses, announces task force

Gov. Gavin Newsom said California will significantly increase COVID-19 testing capabilities, adding that he “owns” testing lapses in the state…

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Constructive Criticism: Tenants, it’s time to get organized

The scanty relief politicians have offered shows we can’t rely on legislation to solve our problems

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City will provide free Wi-Fi spots for students at home

The City will provide free Wi-Fi “SuperSpots” to increase internet access for students at home due to school closures to…

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Police arrest suspect in January Sunnydale fatal shooting

Police have arrested a suspect in connection with the fatal shooting of a man at Sunnydale housing project in January.

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SF police issue first citation for violating stay at home order to abortion protester

Ronald Konopaski, 86, cited outside Planned Parenthood for allegedly failing to shelter in place

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Celebrating 150 years of Golden Gate Park

Park has gone from sand dunes to iconic treasure and place of refuge for city residents

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San Francisco police begin issuing citations for failing to shelter in place

Officers to cite businesses, people who fail to heed warnings

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Finding good value in wine and spirits while sheltering

I have struggled lately with trying to find the relevance of writing about wine and spirits during these difficult times.

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Pier 39 aquarium staff furloughed — but what about the fish?

Aquarium of the Bay raising funds from public to keep up operations during shutdown

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Ride-hail drivers left idling by coronavirus shutdown looking for a lift

Bay Area ride-hail drivers are among those who have been hit hardest by lost wages as travel grinds to a…

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San Mateo County cancels annual fair

Fairgrounds and event center being used for emergency response to pandemic

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