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As if more proof is needed that San Franciscans have conflicted - and conflicting - views of our city's architecture, a survey released today reveals that a disproportionate segment of the population wants new buildings to be smaller - and a disproportionate number wants them to be bigger, instead.
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By Bay City News Service: South San Francisco police issued 141 citations Friday and Saturday during a crackdown on speeding.
As the San Francisco Board of Supervisors prepares to place a 2-cents-per-ounce soda tax on the November ballot at its Tuesday meeting, the city's economist has released a report predicting the tax would lead San Franciscans to reduce their soda consumption by 31 percent.
NBC Bay Area reported on how two major parking apps - ParkModo and Sweetch - have adapted to the city's rules and regulations.
Further dispatches from the annals of San Franciscans never meeting a line they didn't like : queues for the Ramen Street at this weekend's J-Pop Festival ran to as long as two and a half hours for noodle bowls and four hours for ramenburgers.
Dennis Salguero , 23, was sentenced Friday to a year in jail and placed on five years' probation by Judge Jonathan Karesh of San Mateo County Superior Court.
A woman who survived a multi-car collision that killed two cousins in San Bruno when a motorist banned from driving had a petite mal seizure behind the wheel is suing him.
If you've always dreamed about making the perfect party cocktail, one South San Francisco startup has got you covered.
With the closure of a Safeway at the corner of El Camino Real and South Spruce Avenue to make way for the new mixed-use shopping, housing and office development, it's full speed ahead for the new South San Francisco shopping center.
As Outdoors Week comes to a close, we've covered everything from pools and trails to parks and lunch spots .
In San Francisco, where tensions between established artist communities and Silicon Valley continue to rise, Luke Groesbeck, a former tech worker and the founder of the fledgling public art organization Art City, wants to help his hometown reinvest in the former.
A flyer distributed in the Lower Haight recently made the absurd argument that converting private car parking into car-share parking is "privatization."
In the wake of yesterday's [Wed/16] judicial ruling that California's death penalty system is unconstitutional - with federal District Judge Cormac Carney calling it arbitrary and so subject to endless delay that it "serves no penological purpose" - San Franciscans could play a key role in converting the ruling into an abolition of capital ... (more)
A lot of women say they were shocked or speechless when their fianc pulled off a surprise proposal.
Poolside cocktails, lazy summer days on lounge chairs, lush tropical foliage: three things that San Franciscans generally have to leave our fair city to find.
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