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The "EVICT ED LEE!" stencils popping up in the Mission Dolores area over the past few weeks appear rather prescient in light of Mayor Ed Lee's successful effort to gut Supervisor Kim's affordable housing ballot measure.
Amid a historic drought, a decrepit Los Angeles pipe bursts, spewing enough water to flood UCLA's newly refurbished Pauley Pavilion, trapping 900 cars in an underground garage - and wasting enough water to supply a third of San Franciscans for a day.
It was often considered the bad toupee of the landscaping world by people who observed the glaringly fake grass that started appearing in the 1960s.
Clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on the development and commercialization of innovative therapeutics to treat liver disease, human immunodeficiency virus.
Avalanche Biotechnologies, the Menlo Park biotech working on treatments for eye disease, raised $102 million in an IPO this week, topping targets it boosted twice this month.
Lazy or time-crunched drivers can now request on-demand valet-style parking from their phones in the South of Market neighborhood.
Assurance Wireless' no-cost cell phone program is designed to help low-income San Francisco residents communicate more easily.
In 2003, Joshy D. started REBEL8 with just $500. The then 22-year-old San Franciscan was an early supporter of Mike Giant , a tattoo and graffiti artist he met in the late '90s that - little did he know - would one day become a legend.
Actor George Takei mixes business with pleasure. The actor welcomed guest to a special screening for his documentary "To Be Takei" aboard the Queen Mary 2 before heading off on a 8-day vacation on the ocean liner.
A 42-year-old man pleaded not guilty Monday to trying to rob a Wells Fargo branch in South San Francisco.
The Hallidies, like other wealthy San Franciscans, had a summer retreat on the Peninsula.
Good news, San Francisco is doing a pretty good job saving water. Bad news, we could be doing even better.
A group of parents who came forward with concerns about inadequate physical education programming in elementary schools is prompting the South San Francisco Unified School District to look at ways to make sure all its programs are up to standard.
At the White House Innovation for Disaster Response and Recovery Initiative Demo Day on Tuesday, agency officials will unveil their City72 Toolkit, a guide for other cities and jurisdictions to riff off the city's SF72 home system for disaster preparedness.
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