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Free San Francisco Events: September 15 - 16, 2012 (PHOTOS)

sf station   |   September 16, 2012

This article comes to us courtesy of SF Station. By Matt Crawford After a few days without complete fog coverage, it's safe to say San...

San Francisco Warriors Arena: Potential Neighbors Wary Of Massive Project (PHOTOS)

  |  Aaron Sankin   |   September 13, 2012

If the Golden State Warriors are successful in their quest to play all of their home games in a shiny new area on the San...

Mickey Hart Warrant For Arrest Issued Following Alleged Assault

AP   |   September 13, 2012

HARRODSBURG, Ky. -- Police in Kentucky have a warrant for the arrest of former Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart stemming from an alleged assault after...

Polaroid SF: Photographers Chronicle San Francisco With A Year In Pictures (PHOTOS)

  |  Robin Wilkey   |   September 13, 2012

Before there was Instagram, there was Polaroid. And for the past year, Polaroids have been capturing our city like we've never seen her. On September...

Amazon Tax: California Residents To Start Paying Sales Tax

AP   |  HANNAH DREIER   |   September 13, 2012

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Online retailer Amazon.com has tried to become all things to all consumers, but in California, it is about to take on a...

Yosemite Half Dome Cables Named Historic Landmark (PHOTOS)

AP/The Huffington Post   |   September 13, 2012

By TRACIE CONE, Associated Press YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, Calif. -- A rocky trail and hundreds of feet of twisted metal cables might not immediately conjure...

Prison Gangs Force Officials To Adopt New Methods For Handling Violence, Some Are Skeptical

  |   September 13, 2012

This article comes to us courtesy of California Watch By Michael Montgomery State corrections officials are moving forward with a plan for handling prison gangs...

Disabled Mom Hospitalized After Alleged Beating From 11-Year-Old Son In California

AP   |   September 13, 2012

ELK GROVE, Calif. -- An 11-year-old boy was charged with assault with a deadly weapon and elder abuse after his disabled mother was beaten so...

Obama Would Beat Mitt Romney In A Fistfight: Poll

The Huffington Post   |  Nick Wing   |   September 13, 2012

If the presidential election were literally a blood sport -- where candidates wailed on one another until a combatant conceded defeat -- President Barack Obama...

Joe Arpaio Request To Reverse Decision On Traffic Stops Considered By Appeals Court

  |   September 13, 2012

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- A federal appeals court is considering a request by the self-proclaimed "toughest sheriff in America" to reverse a lower-court decision barring...
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TRUST Act Immigration Legislation Endorsed By Nancy Pelosi, 21 Other California Democrats

HuffingtonPost.com   |  Elise Foley   |   September 13, 2012

WASHINGTON -- California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) has two and a half weeks to decide whether to sign the TRUST Act, a bill that would...

San Francisco Plastic Bag Ban Gets Go-Ahead From Judge

  |  Aaron Sankin   |   September 13, 2012

Superior Court Judge Teri Jackson on Tuesday upheld a San Francisco ordinance that would ban most retail locations in the city from distributing plastic bags...

Welfare Officials Expanding Homeless Families Program By $35 Million

AP   |  By KELLI KENNEDY   |   September 12, 2012

MIAMI -- Federal child welfare officials announced Wednesday they are expanding a pilot program that provides housing and case workers to homeless families most at...
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Instagram's Amy Cole Means Business: How A Former Racecar Engineer Is Helping The App Grow Up

HuffingtonPost.com   |  Bianca Bosker   |   September 13, 2012

Amy Cole might never have made it to Instagram had it not been for two pairs of hot pink pants. While on a Napa Valley...

U.S. City Budget Woes Easing But Challenges Remain

Reuters   |   September 13, 2012

Sept 13 (Reuters) - U.S. cities face falling revenues for a sixth-straight year but their finances have passed the worst point in the wake of...
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