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Monday Morning News Roundup
1 week ago

Monday Morning News Roundup

By  •  News

Livermore: Woman Who Stole Package From Front Porch Last Week At Large

Livermore police are looking for a woman who stole a package from the front porch of a home …
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HOW SAN FRANCISCO IS REDESIGNING ITS RAPID TRANSIT NETWORK
2 weeks ago

HOW SAN FRANCISCO IS REDESIGNING ITS RAPID TRANSIT NETWORK

As part of a massive transit plan for San Francisco, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has identified the 5 Fulton corridor as being part of the proposed Rapid Network. …
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Friday Morning News Roundup
2 weeks ago

Friday Morning News Roundup

By  •  News, Uncategorized

Several Judges On Panel Appear Dubious Of Bonds Obstruction Conviction

Several members of an 11-judge federal appeals court panel appeared dubious of home-run champion Barry Bonds’ obstruction-of-justice conviction during a …
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Message to the Reset Community – Don’t Restrict Recreation
2 weeks ago

Message to the Reset Community – Don’t Restrict Recreation

By  •  Better Government, Neighborhood

By: Andrea Buffa Save Our Recreation

It’s a well-known fact that San Francisco is a city of dog lovers. With an estimated 160,000 dogs, it’s not surprising that the old …
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Thursday Morning News Roundup
2 weeks ago

Thursday Morning News Roundup

By  •  News

Facebook Restores Drag Queens’ Suspended Accounts, But Fight Against Legal Name Policy Continues

Facebook officials on Wednesday said they would restore the profiles of San Francisco drag queens and others …
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BART: Fleet of the Future?
2 weeks ago

BART: Fleet of the Future?

By  •  Transportation

By: Daniel Burt

San Francisco has always been a city of innovation. When BART was opened in 1972, it was considered the finest in the world, a space age automated …
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