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1 'A monstrous mistake': Remembering the ugliest thing San Francisco ever built
2 Exodus: Study reveals dramatic San Francisco population change
3 San Francisco businesses see uptick in burglars using blowtorches
4 Recology to repay San Francisco customers nearly $100M in overcharged fees
5 Why San Francisco isn't in orange tier despite having some of the strongest COVID-19 numbers in California
6 Older Asian man brazenly attacked inside San Francisco laundromat, reward offered for arrest
7 KPIX 5 Reporter Robbed At Gunpoint While Covering Car Break-Ins At San Francisco’s Twin Peaks
8 San Francisco Breaks Ground on Affordable Housing for 96 Homeless Residents in Soma
9 San Francisco is high up the list of cities donating money to Newsom’s recall
10 San Francisco to reopen indoor dining, gyms and museums as Covid cases fall
11 San Francisco Officially Reopens Indoor Dining
12 Shooting In San Francisco Mission District Leaves Victim With Life-Threatening Injuries
13 San Francisco is moving to the red tier. Here’s what it’ll take to get to orange
14 10th Walgreens to close since 2019 in San Francisco
15 San Francisco offered permanent housing to homeless people staying in hotels, but 70% said no. Here’s why
16 Another brutal attack on an elderly Asian man in San Francisco — this time, in a Nob Hill laundromat
17 San Francisco Reopens Indoor Dining, Gyms As Coronavirus Cases Drop
18 Vegan Mob Expands to San Francisco and San Jose
19 Dogs sickened after eating pot, amphetamines at San Francisco park
20 San Francisco advances into red tier: Here's what that means
21 Let’s Talk About San Francisco’s Sunset Neighborhood
22 COVID: San Francisco Bar, Restaurant Owners Cautiously Optimistic About Move To Red Tier
23 San Francisco proposes expansion of permanent supportive housing
24 San Francisco Teachers Turned Away From COVID-19 Vaccinations Over Lack Of Access Codes
25 SkyStar Observation Wheel in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park reopens, step closer to 4-year extension
26 Excitement builds as San Francisco museums, gyms given OK to open indoors
27 Insanely, It Is Costing San Francisco $5,000/Month For Each Homeless Tent
28 The CDC warns against a fourth coronavirus wave as Texas, San Francisco, Chicago and more loosen COVID-19 restrictions
29 San Francisco Restaurants Welcome Diners Back Indoors
30 VIDEO: Attempted Blowtorch Burglary In San Francisco’s Marina; ‘They Are Kicking Us When We Are Down’
31 San Francisco Foodies Enjoy the Return of Indoor Dining
32 The San Francisco Bay Once Teemed With Oysters. What Happened?
33 Panoramic Interests Secures $104M Refi for San Francisco Property
34 New data shows San Francisco apartment rents on the rise, just as the city reopens
35 UPDATE: Ferris Wheel to Stay in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park Through 2025
36 The San Francisco Giants have a special kind of magic
37 San Francisco International Airport's $1 billion Terminal 3 expansion shelved indefinitely
38 When San Francisco’s iconic cable cars will return
39 Brandon Belt resumes baseball activities with San Francisco Giants
40 San Francisco Otolaryngology goes all in on precision medicine
41 San Francisco Market Update: All Office Sales Due East (Bay)
42 Bay Area COVID-19 Roundup: 40% Of Vaccine Doses For State’s Most Vulnerable; San Francisco Bar, Restaurant Owners Cautiously Optimistic
43 Some San Francisco Businesses Welcome People Inside With Return To Red Tier
44 San Francisco, Santa Clara and Napa hit red tier with 13 other California counties
45 Reports of tech companies leaving Silicon Valley 'greatly exaggerated'
46 Cable car and vintage streetcar services to be restored in San Francisco
47 San Francisco Officials Announce Move Into Red Tier
48 San Francisco 49ers: Joe Montana weighs in on the Jimmy Garoppolo saga
49 Family outraged over San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin's description of suspect accused of killing elderly Asian man
50 Ferris wheel to stay in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park for 4 more years
51 Here’s how San Francisco plans to redirect $120 million from law enforcement to Black residents
52 Editorial: A start at scouring the San Francisco swamp
53 Bozeman airport to offer non-stop flight to San Diego, San Francisco
54 San Francisco’s beloved nightlife venues are on the brink of closure. It’s time for everyone to step up
55 San Diego vs San Francisco Prediction and Pick for College Basketball Game Today
56 Uptown Station sold to Mapletree Investments
57 San Francisco vs San Diego: NCAA Basketball Betting Odds & Trends | 3/4/2021
58 Walgreens shutters 10 stores in San Francisco as residents point to rampant shoplifting
59 Reopening the Bay Area: San Francisco moves to the red tier
60 Soul food hit Vegan Mob is expanding to San Francisco and San Jose
61 People are leaving SF, but not for Austin or Miami. USPS data shows where they went
62 San Francisco has lowest COVID case rate of major U.S. cities. Its schools are among last to reopen
63 A 139-year-old S.F. Victorian is getting moved this weekend. It’s going to cost $400,000
64 Sunrise, Sunset: Photos Of The Day
65 Here’s which San Francisco neighborhoods have the highest and lowest percentages of vaccinated people
66 Herd immunity by June? San Francisco must meet this vaccine benchmark for it to happen
67 San Francisco, Santa Clara, Napa Counties Move to Less Restrictive Reopening Tier
68 San Francisco to move $120 million from police to Black community
69 A San Francisco bar spent $30,000 on a parklet. Now the city wants to remove a third of it.
70 Road reopens in South San Francisco after police activity
71 7 people taken to hospital in San Francisco house fire
72 $20 million suit says Bay Area school forced boys out for ‘blackface’ that was actually acne medication
73 Downtown San Francisco is reeling. More remote work could add to the pain
74 The Muni Death Spiral: San Francisco rolling toward recovery — or ruin
75 S.F. school board president: Renamings are on hold, reopening is our priority
76 San Francisco has the lowest coronavirus case rates in the Bay Area. Why is it still purple?
77 Oscar Wilde’s visit to San Francisco sent the city into a bitter, clamoring frenzy
78 United to furlough up to 3,139 workers at San Francisco airport
79 San Francisco 49ers free-agency overview: Focus turns to secondary, offensive line
80 San Francisco prepares for possible move into red tier
81 Buildings like S.F.’s Millennium Tower are causing the Bay Area to sink under their weight
82 Arrest made, items recovered from burglary at historic San Francisco Cliff House
83 San Francisco tourist fights back against smash-and-grab robber in broad daylight
84 S.F. parade follows 139-year-old Victorian’s trek to new home
85 San Francisco pauses COVID-19 vaccinations at Moscone Center, again
86 Missing 14-year-old San Francisco girl found safe in Pittsburg
87 San Francisco sues its own school district, board over reopening: ‘They have earned an F’
88 Home burglaries are on the rise in San Francisco. Here’s how to stay safe
89 Missing San Francisco girl Katlin Gallaread has been found safe, dad says
90 S.F. school board approves plan with labor unions to reopen classrooms
91 San Francisco's oldest church is at risk of permanent closure
92 Effort launched to recall three S.F. school board members
93 San Francisco’s oldest resident dies at age 114
94 I'm finally hopeful about the future of San Francisco
95 Update: Family Travels From Chicago To Help Search For Missing San Francisco Man
96 S.F. school district, unions reach tentative deal to reopen classrooms
97 San Francisco’s cable cars are part of the city’s identity. We need a plan to bring them back soon
98 San Francisco Woman Who Lost Trump-Supporting Dad to COVID Seeks to Establish National COVID Memorial Day
99 San Francisco will pause vaccinations at Moscone Center, City College as supplies run out
100 San Francisco files suit to reopen schools, citing high suicide rates among children