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Huge Marriott Hotel Strike Ends With San Francisco Workers Winning Better Pay
Thousands of workers reached an agreement with the nation's largest hotel chain after a multi-city, nine-week strike for better pay and protections.
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Dominique Crenn Becomes First Woman In The United States To Earn 3 Michelin Stars
The stars, awarded to Atelier Crenn in San Francisco, mark a milestone for female chefs in America.
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San Francisco Giants Face Backlash Over Owner's Donation To Cindy Hyde-Smith
Even after a video surfaced of her condoning "public hangings,” Charles B. Johnson and his wife gave $5,400 to Hyde-Smith, then asked that it be returned.
What It's Really Like To Be A Young Woman Of Color In Tech
, Guest Writer
When I started, some of my preconceived stereotypes — like the excessive number of men and their overwhelming sense of privilege — were instantly confirmed.
Number Of Missing In California's Deadly Camp Fire Falls Below 250
The historic wildfire has killed at least 85 people and destroyed nearly 14,000 homes.
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As Wildfire Smoke Chokes San Francisco, Local Groups Protect The Most Vulnerable
Thousands of desperately needed air masks are being distributed by California’s community-based organizations.
San Francisco Bay Area’s Homeless Can't Escape Bad Air Quality From Wildfires
As smoke still hangs heavy in Northern California from the deadly Camp fire, some of the most vulnerable groups can’t easily find respite.
San Francisco Passes Tech Tax To Fund Homelessness Services
The contentious Proposition C is expected to nearly double the money the city spends on addressing its homelessness crisis.
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49ers Cheerleader Takes A Knee During National Anthem
The San Francisco game against the Raiders marks the first time an NFL cheerleader publicly joined Colin Kaepernick’s protest against racial injustice.
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Uber And Lyft Are Making Traffic Worse While Claiming To Fix It
The ride-hailing companies want you to think they’re reducing congestion and promoting public transit. Their actions tell a different story.
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Willie McCovey, Hall Of Fame First Baseman, Dead At 80
By Janie McCauley, AP
The baseball legend, who spent most of his career with the San Francisco Giants, died Wednesday after battling "ongoing health issues."
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Cities Tell Airbnb To Make Room For Affordable Housing
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Critics contend nightly lodgings cut into affordable long-term rentals in cities.
San Francisco Voters To Decide Whether To Tax Tech Giants To Fight Homelessness
And tech CEOs from Twitter and Salesforce are arguing about it on social media.
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California Governor Is 'Missing The Point' With Veto Of Nation's First Safe Injection Site
The proposed San Francisco facility was meant to keep people safe and alive, not cure their addictions.
This Trans Woman Would Make History For San Francisco's Board Of Education
Meet Mia Satya, the 27 year-old activist who could be the first openly trans woman elected official in San Francisco.
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Black Athletes Are Not Objects For Our Entertainment
Administrators, coaches, media, the public -- all of us must stop drawing arbitrary boxes around black athletes and insisting they stay in them.
Tucker Carlson Calls Colin Kaepernick's Nike Ad An 'Attack' On America
The Fox News host said the former 49ers quarterback's campaign with Nike is how “everything falls apart.”
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Colin Kaepernick's Collusion Grievance Against NFL Will Head To Trial
By Rob Maaddi, AP
An arbiter denied the NFL's request to throw out the former San Francisco 49ers player's grievance against the league.
MLB Star Andrew McCutchen Reveals What It's Really Like Inside A Baseball Brawl
Giants star outfielder takes you inside fight night with the Dodgers.
America's Housing Crisis Is Forcing More People To Live In Vehicles
Wealthy cities like Berkeley and Seattle are seeing a boom in people calling their cars and RVs "home."
How Following My Boyfriend Across The Country Actually Made Me A Stronger Woman
, Guest Writer
I never thought I would be that girl.
Police Called On Black Man In San Francisco For 'Breaking Into' His Own Business
Viktor Stevenson says he was testing the security system at his gourmet lemonade store last week when four cops approached him.
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San Francisco Now Allows Noncitizens To Vote In School Board Elections
Immigrant parents "now have a direct voice to influence decisions that impact their children’s needs," an advocate said.
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London Breed Sworn In As San Francisco's First Black Female Mayor
Breed promised to be a voice for those who grew up in public housing, just like she did.
Dwight Clark's Ashes Are Buried Next To 'The Catch' Goal Post
"The dynasty began with you," reads the plaque above his remains.
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‘Occupy ICE’ Movement Spreads Across Cities Nationwide
In San Francisco, protesters have been stationed in tents outside the ICE office since Monday.
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