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Breed Vows Major Encampment Crackdown Coming In August, Says There May Be ‘Criminal Penalties’
Emboldened by the recent Supreme Court decision allowing bans on homeless encampments, Mayor London Breed said Thursday that a major effort to sweep encampments was in the works and would start in August.
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Breed Vows Major Encampment Crackdown Coming In August, Says There May Be ‘Criminal Penalties’
Argentinian leftist legislator to speak in the Mission District
Guillermo Kane, now 42, was just 14 when he became a militant of Argentina’s Partido Obrero –a left-leaning political party and member of a larger coalition representing the interests of [...] Argentinian leftist legislator to speak in the Mission District
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Mission Local
Argentinian leftist legislator to speak in the Mission District
CrowdStrike Software Meltdown Causes Global Disruptions, Including Chaos at SFO, False Fire Alarms Across SF
A faulty software update to a widely used piece of cybersecurity software has been causing widespread problems across the globe Friday, including flight cancellations and delays, 911 system failures, banking system crashes, and more.
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CrowdStrike Software Meltdown Causes Global Disruptions, Including Chaos at SFO, False Fire Alarms Across SF
Friday Morning Constitutional: Union Square Saks Fifth Avenue Goes Appointment-Only
Condo prices are nearly half-off at the beleaguered Millennium Tower; an international flight to SFO got diverted to Russia; and the Union Square Saks Fifth Avenue will soon only let you in if you have an appointment.
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Friday Morning Constitutional: Union Square Saks Fifth Avenue Goes Appointment-Only
Global tech outage: Despite flight delays at SFO, Bay Area avoids worst of the chaos
Travelers worldwide were impacted by flight cancellations and delays amid a worldwide technology outage on Friday.
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SF Standard
Global tech outage: Despite flight delays at SFO, Bay Area avoids worst of the chaos
Road rage: Angry drivers are San Francisco’s newest political force
Conflicts between drivers and advocates for bicyclists, pedestrians and public transit have been on full display in recent years.
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SF Standard
Road rage: Angry drivers are San Francisco’s newest political force
‘Screwed both ways’: Bay Area homeowners share their insurance horror stories
Amid California’s insurance crisis, we asked residents to share their stories. Here’s how some have struggled.
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SF Standard
‘Screwed both ways’: Bay Area homeowners share their insurance horror stories
Dog day afternoon
Dog day afternoon
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Mission Local
Dog day afternoon
Day Around the Bay: The Gold Club Denied in Their $2 Million PPP Loan Forgiveness Request
President Biden is said to be inching closer to stepping aside; COVID levels are surging in California wastewater; and the Gold Club got stripped of their forgiveness of a $2 million PPP loan.
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Day Around the Bay: The Gold Club Denied in Their $2 Million PPP Loan Forgiveness Request
Man In Car Crash on Bay Bridge Leaps Into Bay, Gets Coast Guard Rescue
A man involved in a two-car crash on the Bay Bridge Thursday ran from the scene, perhaps to escape law enforcement attention, and jumped into the Bay, according to California Highway Patrol.
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Man In Car Crash on Bay Bridge Leaps Into Bay, Gets Coast Guard Rescue
Waymo robotaxi to SFO? Not so fast: The process could still take years
Months after regulators vastly expanded the area in which Waymo can commercially operate, the company has yet to make inroads at SFO.
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SF Standard
Waymo robotaxi to SFO? Not so fast: The process could still take years
Mayoral candidates court the hottest endorsement in town: firefighters
Former Supervisor Mark Farrell appeared to be a fan favorite among members of the firefighters union.
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SF Standard
Mayoral candidates court the hottest endorsement in town: firefighters
San Francisco's Food Scene Has Changed Wildly, Mostly for the Better, In the Last 20 Years
It's SFist's 20th anniversary week this week, and it seemed like a good time to look back on how we've covered food and the local restaurant scene going back to the site's early days, spanning an era in which SF restaurants became some of the most buzzed-about places in the country.
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San Francisco's Food Scene Has Changed Wildly, Mostly for the Better, In the Last 20 Years
Fire scene: SF mayoral candidates bring heat at firefighters’ debate
Just as a presidential election hinges on several swing states, a debate to earn the endorsement of the San Francisco firefighters’ union hinges on several key issues. Any candidate who [...] Fire scene: SF mayoral candidates bring heat at firefighters’ debate
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Mission Local
Fire scene: SF mayoral candidates bring heat at firefighters’ debate
At District 10 town hall, residents want answers, not excuses and promises
23 hours ago
Mission Local
At District 10 town hall, residents want answers, not excuses and promises
Meet the District 9 candidates: Do you support new biking infrastructure?
Leer en español Welcome back to our “Meet the Candidates” series, where we ask the District 9 supervisorial hopefuls in the November 2024 election one question each week. Candidates are [...] Meet the District 9 candidates: Do you support new biking infrastructure?
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Mission Local
Meet the District 9 candidates: Do you support new biking infrastructure?
‘Very aggressive’ homeless camp crackdown coming in August, mayor says
A June ruling from the Supreme Court cleared the way for enforcing rules that ban sleeping outside.
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SF Standard
‘Very aggressive’ homeless camp crackdown coming in August, mayor says
Shady business
Shady business
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Mission Local
Shady business
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