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Al Capone was among the inmates at the jail on Alcatraz Island, a short ferry ride from San Francisco.
The aunt of a two-year-old girl struck and killed by a car in the Mission district last week has been charged with felony child endangerment for leaving the child alone in the middle of the street, San Francisco police said Tuesday.
The next member of Marvel Comics' comic book characters to get his own movie will spend at least part of it in San Francisco as principal photography for "Ant-Man" begins Tuesday in the city, Marvel Studios officials announced.
When I left New York for a three-month business trip to San Francisco, I exited my Upper East Side apartment at 5 a.m., held my hand out on First Avenue, and had a cab to Kennedy Airport within seconds.
A man who fled after allegedly stabbing another man in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury neighborhood early this morning was found and arrested nearby, a police spokesman said.
Jack White is easily one of the most important artists in recent rock history. His legend was born with The White Stripes, the highly influential alt-blues/rock duo that ran from 1997 to 2011, and strengthened through his work with The Raconteurs and The Dead Weather.
SB1443 would outlaw gifts from lobbyists and reduce the annual overall gift limit for lawmakers from $440 to $200.
The White House on Monday picked former San Francisco federal prosecutor Hayward Gilliam Jr. for the last open spot on the Bay Area's federal bench.
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As San Franciscans left town for a summer vacation, many returned home to a surprise: their car had been towed for violating a little-known local law prohibiting parking on the same block for more than 72 hours.
PG&E pleaded not guilty on Monday to a new federal criminal indictment on an array of felony charges connected to a fatal natural gas explosion in San Bruno that could lead to a fine of up to $1.13 billion.
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