Courtesy SF Bay/Ingrid Overgard/Marine Mammal CenterEmaciated lion pups are being treated by the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito.

Courtesy SF Bay/Ingrid Overgard/Marine Mammal CenterEmaciated lion pups are being treated by the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito.

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Take a look at the links below for more on what's been going on in San Francisco on Friday.

Emaciated sea lion pups have turned up on a 600-mile stretch of California beaches and now they're at the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito. (SF Bay)

Mark Zuckerberg and his wife gave $75 million to San Francisco General Hospital to help fund technology and critical equipment. (SFGate)

President Obama will be in The City next week to speak at a cybersecurity summit. (Contra Costa Times)

Food delivery services are causing traffic on the streets of San Francisco. (48 Hills)

A San Francisco supervisor wants to tax property owners who let their units sit vacant. (CBS 5)

Cab drivers protested Lyft and Uber at the Crunchie tech awards Thursday night. (KTVU)

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