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312754news2Affordable housing project on former McDonald’s site delayed as city adds units
312752news3Shelter contract for mentally ill to get five-year, $17.2M extension
312748news4Man injured in SF police shooting ‘didn’t deserve to be shot,’ attorney says
312745news5Transit officials fear Free Muni pilot could hurt already-strained service levels
312738news6What to expect for Muni Metro’s relaunch on May 15
312735news7City ordinance seeks to conserve water supply, expand recycled water amid statewide drought conditions
312729news8City Hall reopening to the public on June 7 after long closure due to COVID-19
312727news9Newsom’s school plan has billions for college savings accounts, after school programs and more
312725news10Gavin Newsom wants to spend billions to fight homelessness in California
312723news11Wiggins erupts for 38 points as Warriors rally past Suns 122-116
312713news12SFUSD seniors get a chance to say goodbye to school in person
312710news13Fight over future of JFK Drive heats up
312708news14Family of 25-year-old killed in Saturday shooting ‘in shock’ over unsolved homicide
312704news15SF extends $5 hourly hazard pay for grocery, drug store employees until June 15
312702news16Supervisor wants SF to be first in California to ban ‘ghost gun’ kits
312698news17Salvation Army accused of violating labor code by requiring recovering addicts to work without pay
312692news18World-renowned architect Art Gensler dies
312688news19California would pay 100% of missing rent for low-income tenants under Newsom’s budget plan
312683news20Gov. Gavin Newsom extends drought emergency to 41 California counties
312679news21The City rolls out lower permit fees, discounts for permanent parklet program
312677news22Breed proposes another street outreach team to divert calls away from police
312669news23City College union deal staves off layoffs, class cuts
312667news24Police searching for suspect in deadly Polk Street shooting
312665news25Man pleads not guilty to attempted murder in Market Street stabbings
312656news26More Californians would get new $600 stimulus checks from the state under Newsom plan
312630news27Wildfires burn around Northern California during first red flag weekend of the year
312632news28Chinatown’s slow recovery has business owners fearing for the future
312628news29Use of gun violence restraining orders continues to rise
312621news30Parents scramble for ‘Summer Together’ spaces
312624news31Suspect in Market Street stabbing fails to show up in court
312613news32Man shot and injured by SF police during auto burglary investigation
312611news33In a financial ‘crisis,’ SF Port officials lobby for stimulus funding
312616news34Willie Mays returns to the ballpark for a special birthday bash
312603news35Three more whales found dead in San Francisco Bay
312591news36SF bars reopen for first time in more than a year
312587news37Transit advocates want MTC to release $1.7 billion from American Rescue Plan
312585news38Daly City approves body-worn and vehicle cameras for police after fatal shooting
312583news39Grocery workers could gain additional weeks of $5 per hour hazard pay
312581news40Faced with surge in shootings, Chief Scott reenvisions SFPD’s Gang Task Force
312569news41Jury acquits man in fatal Tenderloin shooting after attorney argues self defense
312567news42Police arrest suspect in Tenderloin triple shooting
312540news43School community rallies behind Black classmate stopped at Safeway
312537news44SFMTA director says Shared Spaces serves transit agency’s financial interest
312535news45Suspect arrested in stabbing of two women downtown
312529news46One woman injured in ambush-style shooting in SFO hotel parking lot
312527news47Man faces murder charge over ‘surprise attack’ at Mission BART station
312525news48Federal judge strikes down CDC’s national moratorium on evictions
312512news49SFMTA to resume ‘poverty tows’ amid calls to make temporary ban permanent
312507news50Data shows SFUSD behind other districts on tax funding, classroom spending
312505news51Supervisors approve $100M Recology settlement to refund overcharged customers
312503news52Judge to rule on Herrera’s new plan for tackling Tenderloin drug dealing
312499news53City celebrates completion of new affordable housing project in Mission Bay
312488news54Bars to reopen Thursday as SF moves into yellow tier
312480news55Walking outside? You can keep your mask in your pocket
312478news56SF General Hospital to reduce reliance on deputies for security
312476news57The City will help local restaurants apply for new round of federal loans
312472news58Remote work exposes loophole in SF health care mandate
312470news59Survey suggests merger of BART and Caltrain could be popular
312452news60Q&A: Manny Yekutiel says local merchants have endured financial, emotional damage during pandemic
312743sports149ers on prime-time TV five times in 2021
312706sports2Webb posts career-high 10 strikeouts as Giants finish sweep of Rangers
312700sports3MLB instructs A’s to begin exploring other markets while still pursuing downtown ballpark
312690sports4Wood, bench power Giants past Rangers
312651sports5Bay Area sports for week of May 9, 2021
312616sports6Willie Mays returns to the ballpark for a special birthday bash
312548sports7Willie Mays turns 90: San Francisco celebrates the greatest Giant
312740opinion1SFUSD seniors will have a real touchpoint to end their careers
312523opinion2The lack of courtroom access in San Francisco is a human rights issue
312496opinion3City should stop foot dragging on critically needed affordable housing in Haight-Ashbury
312745home2Transit officials fear Free Muni pilot could hurt already-strained service levels
312754home3Affordable housing project on former McDonald’s site delayed as city adds units
312729home4City Hall reopening to the public on June 7 after long closure due to COVID-19
312738home5What to expect for Muni Metro’s relaunch on May 15
312743home949ers on prime-time TV five times in 2021
312710home11Fight over future of JFK Drive heats up
312727home12Newsom’s school plan has billions for college savings accounts, after school programs and more
312713home13SFUSD seniors get a chance to say goodbye to school in person
312731home14Gay Chinese filmmaker Will Zang has a dilemma in ‘The Leaf’
312725home15Gavin Newsom wants to spend billions to fight homelessness in California
312719home16Now is a good time to hug a city tree
312632home17Chinatown’s slow recovery has business owners fearing for the future
312735home18City ordinance seeks to conserve water supply, expand recycled water amid statewide drought conditions
312752home19Shelter contract for mentally ill to get five-year, $17.2M extension
312723home20Wiggins erupts for 38 points as Warriors rally past Suns 122-116
312700home21MLB instructs A’s to begin exploring other markets while still pursuing downtown ballpark
312692home22World-renowned architect Art Gensler dies
312677home23Breed proposes another street outreach team to divert calls away from police
312685home24Frameline, SF Pride screen ‘In The Heights’
312669home25City College union deal staves off layoffs, class cuts
312706home26Webb posts career-high 10 strikeouts as Giants finish sweep of Rangers
312708home27Family of 25-year-old killed in Saturday shooting ‘in shock’ over unsolved homicide
312688home28California would pay 100% of missing rent for low-income tenants under Newsom’s budget plan
312702home29Supervisor wants SF to be first in California to ban ‘ghost gun’ kits
312671home30Nam June Paik predicted the internet revolution
312621home31Parents scramble for ‘Summer Together’ spaces
312704home32SF extends $5 hourly hazard pay for grocery, drug store employees until June 15
312690home33Wood, bench power Giants past Rangers
312646home34Jon Jang composes bittersweet symphonies
312667home35Police searching for suspect in deadly Polk Street shooting
312641home36Looking forward to many more years of rock climbing
312656home37More Californians would get new $600 stimulus checks from the state under Newsom plan
312651home38Bay Area sports for week of May 9, 2021
312605home39SF Symphony makes joyful return to Davies Hall
312683home40Gov. Gavin Newsom extends drought emergency to 41 California counties
312611home41In a financial ‘crisis,’ SF Port officials lobby for stimulus funding
312639home42SFPD detective at center of sensitive novel ‘When the Stars Go Dark’
312628home43Use of gun violence restraining orders continues to rise
312665home44Man pleads not guilty to attempted murder in Market Street stabbings
312581home45Faced with surge in shootings, Chief Scott reenvisions SFPD’s Gang Task Force
312616home46Willie Mays returns to the ballpark for a special birthday bash
312630home47Wildfires burn around Northern California during first red flag weekend of the year
312583home48Grocery workers could gain additional weeks of $5 per hour hazard pay
312585home49Daly City approves body-worn and vehicle cameras for police after fatal shooting
312613home50Man shot and injured by SF police during auto burglary investigation
312548home51Willie Mays turns 90: San Francisco celebrates the greatest Giant
312540home52School community rallies behind Black classmate stopped at Safeway
312512home53SFMTA to resume ‘poverty tows’ amid calls to make temporary ban permanent
312537home54SFMTA director says Shared Spaces serves transit agency’s financial interest
312525home55Federal judge strikes down CDC’s national moratorium on evictions
312507home56Data shows SFUSD behind other districts on tax funding, classroom spending
312624home57Suspect in Market Street stabbing fails to show up in court
312503home58Judge to rule on Herrera’s new plan for tackling Tenderloin drug dealing
312531home59Legion of Honor reopens with two original exhibitions
312520home60S.F. indie movie houses readying to reopen
312516home61To (earthquake) insure or not to insure?
312509home62New ‘Nash Bridges’ show filming in The City
312488home63Bars to reopen Thursday as SF moves into yellow tier
312587home64Transit advocates want MTC to release $1.7 billion from American Rescue Plan
312478home65SF General Hospital to reduce reliance on deputies for security
312470home66Survey suggests merger of BART and Caltrain could be popular
312480home67Walking outside? You can keep your mask in your pocket
312460home68How to win neighborhoods and influence City Hall
312482home69Audium reopens with a new, calming audio show
312490home70‘Diffusion’ dancers go deep inside Glen Canyon
312505home71Supervisors approve $100M Recology settlement to refund overcharged customers
312448home72‘Shoot Me When…’ a heartfelt look at dementia
312452home73Q&A: Manny Yekutiel says local merchants have endured financial, emotional damage during pandemic
312731entertainment3Gay Chinese filmmaker Will Zang has a dilemma in ‘The Leaf’
312694entertainment4Sarah Jarosz gets personal on ‘Blue Heron Suite’
312685entertainment5Frameline, SF Pride screen ‘In The Heights’
312671entertainment6Nam June Paik predicted the internet revolution
312654entertainment7Art installation in Golden Gate Park will honor first Africans in America
312639entertainment8SFPD detective at center of sensitive novel ‘When the Stars Go Dark’
312605entertainment9SF Symphony makes joyful return to Davies Hall
312646entertainment10Jon Jang composes bittersweet symphonies
312599entertainment11‘Human Factor’ goes behind the scenes of Middle East peace talks
312577entertainment12‘Wrath of Man’ is a solid, if solemn, revenge film
312563entertainment13Julia Stone goes in new direction on new recording
312531entertainment14Legion of Honor reopens with two original exhibitions
312520entertainment15S.F. indie movie houses readying to reopen
312509entertainment16New ‘Nash Bridges’ show filming in The City
312490entertainment17‘Diffusion’ dancers go deep inside Glen Canyon
312482entertainment18Audium reopens with a new, calming audio show
312448entertainment19‘Shoot Me When…’ a heartfelt look at dementia
312575marketplace2Adult Site CamSoda to Host Live Online Auction of CryptoPunk 7060 on May 13th at 10 PM EST
312486marketplace3The Reasons Behind Cash Advance Popularity
312681national-news1Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 shot cleared for adolescents in US
312525national-news2Federal judge strikes down CDC’s national moratorium on evictions
312748the-city1Man injured in SF police shooting ‘didn’t deserve to be shot,’ attorney says
312752the-city2Shelter contract for mentally ill to get five-year, $17.2M extension
312738the-city3What to expect for Muni Metro’s relaunch on May 15
312735the-city4City ordinance seeks to conserve water supply, expand recycled water amid statewide drought conditions
312702the-city5Supervisor wants SF to be first in California to ban ‘ghost gun’ kits
312704the-city6SF extends $5 hourly hazard pay for grocery, drug store employees until June 15
312708the-city7Family of 25-year-old killed in Saturday shooting ‘in shock’ over unsolved homicide
312698the-city8Salvation Army accused of violating labor code by requiring recovering addicts to work without pay
312754the-city9Affordable housing project on former McDonald’s site delayed as city adds units
312679the-city11The City rolls out lower permit fees, discounts for permanent parklet program
312665the-city12Man pleads not guilty to attempted murder in Market Street stabbings
312654the-city13Art installation in Golden Gate Park will honor first Africans in America
312613the-city14Man shot and injured by SF police during auto burglary investigation
312745the-city15Transit officials fear Free Muni pilot could hurt already-strained service levels
312624the-city16Suspect in Market Street stabbing fails to show up in court
312713the-city17SFUSD seniors get a chance to say goodbye to school in person
312603the-city18Three more whales found dead in San Francisco Bay
312710the-city19Fight over future of JFK Drive heats up
312591the-city20SF bars reopen for first time in more than a year
312587the-city21Transit advocates want MTC to release $1.7 billion from American Rescue Plan
312585the-city22Daly City approves body-worn and vehicle cameras for police after fatal shooting
312677the-city23Breed proposes another street outreach team to divert calls away from police
312567the-city24Police arrest suspect in Tenderloin triple shooting
312667the-city25Police searching for suspect in deadly Polk Street shooting
312669the-city26City College union deal staves off layoffs, class cuts
312632the-city27Chinatown’s slow recovery has business owners fearing for the future
312527the-city28Man faces murder charge over ‘surprise attack’ at Mission BART station
312621the-city29Parents scramble for ‘Summer Together’ spaces
312628the-city30Use of gun violence restraining orders continues to rise
312535the-city31Suspect arrested in stabbing of two women downtown
312611the-city32In a financial ‘crisis,’ SF Port officials lobby for stimulus funding
312505the-city33Supervisors approve $100M Recology settlement to refund overcharged customers
312529the-city34One woman injured in ambush-style shooting in SFO hotel parking lot
312499the-city35City celebrates completion of new affordable housing project in Mission Bay
312569the-city36Jury acquits man in fatal Tenderloin shooting after attorney argues self defense
312581the-city37Faced with surge in shootings, Chief Scott reenvisions SFPD’s Gang Task Force
312472the-city38Remote work exposes loophole in SF health care mandate
312452the-city39Q&A: Manny Yekutiel says local merchants have endured financial, emotional damage during pandemic
312476the-city40The City will help local restaurants apply for new round of federal loans
312503the-city41Judge to rule on Herrera’s new plan for tackling Tenderloin drug dealing
312540the-city42School community rallies behind Black classmate stopped at Safeway
312537the-city43SFMTA director says Shared Spaces serves transit agency’s financial interest
312507the-city44Data shows SFUSD behind other districts on tax funding, classroom spending
312512the-city45SFMTA to resume ‘poverty tows’ amid calls to make temporary ban permanent
312480the-city46Walking outside? You can keep your mask in your pocket
312478the-city47SF General Hospital to reduce reliance on deputies for security
312470the-city48Survey suggests merger of BART and Caltrain could be popular
312715features2Free Will Astrology for week of May 13, 2021
312659features3May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
312641features4Looking forward to many more years of rock climbing
312555features5How to safely reopen schools during the pandemic: The debate continues
312559features6Free Will Astrology for week of May 6, 2021
312444features7SFUSD celebrates Teacher Appreciation Week
312719news-columnists3Now is a good time to hug a city tree
312646news-columnists4Jon Jang composes bittersweet symphonies
312516news-columnists5To (earthquake) insure or not to insure?
312460news-columnists6How to win neighborhoods and influence City Hall
312745daily-headlines-newsletter2Transit officials fear Free Muni pilot could hurt already-strained service levels
312754daily-headlines-newsletter3Affordable housing project on former McDonald’s site delayed as city adds units
312752daily-headlines-newsletter5Shelter contract for mentally ill to get five-year, $17.2M extension
312738daily-headlines-newsletter6What to expect for Muni Metro’s relaunch on May 15
312669daily-headlines-newsletter10City College union deal staves off layoffs, class cuts
312677daily-headlines-newsletter11Breed proposes another street outreach team to divert calls away from police
312679daily-headlines-newsletter12The City rolls out lower permit fees, discounts for permanent parklet program
312665daily-headlines-newsletter13Man pleads not guilty to attempted murder in Market Street stabbings
312731daily-headlines-newsletter14Gay Chinese filmmaker Will Zang has a dilemma in ‘The Leaf’
312719daily-headlines-newsletter15Now is a good time to hug a city tree
312685daily-headlines-newsletter16Frameline, SF Pride screen ‘In The Heights’
312671daily-headlines-newsletter17Nam June Paik predicted the internet revolution
312694daily-headlines-newsletter18Sarah Jarosz gets personal on ‘Blue Heron Suite’
312683daily-headlines-newsletter19Gov. Gavin Newsom extends drought emergency to 41 California counties
312632daily-headlines-newsletter20Chinatown’s slow recovery has business owners fearing for the future
312654daily-headlines-newsletter21Art installation in Golden Gate Park will honor first Africans in America
312646daily-headlines-newsletter22Jon Jang composes bittersweet symphonies
312639daily-headlines-newsletter23SFPD detective at center of sensitive novel ‘When the Stars Go Dark’
312651daily-headlines-newsletter24Bay Area sports for week of May 9, 2021
312621daily-headlines-newsletter25Parents scramble for ‘Summer Together’ spaces
312613daily-headlines-newsletter26Man shot and injured by SF police during auto burglary investigation
312616daily-headlines-newsletter27Willie Mays returns to the ballpark for a special birthday bash
312611daily-headlines-newsletter28In a financial ‘crisis,’ SF Port officials lobby for stimulus funding
312624daily-headlines-newsletter29Suspect in Market Street stabbing fails to show up in court
312641daily-headlines-newsletter30Looking forward to many more years of rock climbing
312605daily-headlines-newsletter31SF Symphony makes joyful return to Davies Hall
312581daily-headlines-newsletter32Faced with surge in shootings, Chief Scott reenvisions SFPD’s Gang Task Force
312591daily-headlines-newsletter33SF bars reopen for first time in more than a year
312583daily-headlines-newsletter34Grocery workers could gain additional weeks of $5 per hour hazard pay
312585daily-headlines-newsletter35Daly City approves body-worn and vehicle cameras for police after fatal shooting
312567daily-headlines-newsletter36Police arrest suspect in Tenderloin triple shooting
312603daily-headlines-newsletter37Three more whales found dead in San Francisco Bay
312577daily-headlines-newsletter38‘Wrath of Man’ is a solid, if solemn, revenge film
312599daily-headlines-newsletter39‘Human Factor’ goes behind the scenes of Middle East peace talks
312548daily-headlines-newsletter40Willie Mays turns 90: San Francisco celebrates the greatest Giant
312540daily-headlines-newsletter41School community rallies behind Black classmate stopped at Safeway
312535daily-headlines-newsletter42Suspect arrested in stabbing of two women downtown
312537daily-headlines-newsletter43SFMTA director says Shared Spaces serves transit agency’s financial interest
312531daily-headlines-newsletter44Legion of Honor reopens with two original exhibitions
312527daily-headlines-newsletter45Man faces murder charge over ‘surprise attack’ at Mission BART station
312523daily-headlines-newsletter46The lack of courtroom access in San Francisco is a human rights issue
312563daily-headlines-newsletter47Julia Stone goes in new direction on new recording
312529daily-headlines-newsletter48One woman injured in ambush-style shooting in SFO hotel parking lot
312507daily-headlines-newsletter49Data shows SFUSD behind other districts on tax funding, classroom spending
312503daily-headlines-newsletter50Judge to rule on Herrera’s new plan for tackling Tenderloin drug dealing
312488daily-headlines-newsletter51Bars to reopen Thursday as SF moves into yellow tier
312520daily-headlines-newsletter52S.F. indie movie houses readying to reopen
312512daily-headlines-newsletter53SFMTA to resume ‘poverty tows’ amid calls to make temporary ban permanent
312516daily-headlines-newsletter54To (earthquake) insure or not to insure?
312505daily-headlines-newsletter55Supervisors approve $100M Recology settlement to refund overcharged customers
312496daily-headlines-newsletter56City should stop foot dragging on critically needed affordable housing in Haight-Ashbury
312478daily-headlines-newsletter57SF General Hospital to reduce reliance on deputies for security
312470daily-headlines-newsletter58Survey suggests merger of BART and Caltrain could be popular
312509daily-headlines-newsletter59New ‘Nash Bridges’ show filming in The City
312472daily-headlines-newsletter60Remote work exposes loophole in SF health care mandate
312460daily-headlines-newsletter61How to win neighborhoods and influence City Hall
312490daily-headlines-newsletter62‘Diffusion’ dancers go deep inside Glen Canyon
312448daily-headlines-newsletter63‘Shoot Me When…’ a heartfelt look at dementia
312476daily-headlines-newsletter64The City will help local restaurants apply for new round of federal loans
312482daily-headlines-newsletter65Audium reopens with a new, calming audio show