Tag: San Francisco

Partial Closure Of Market Street To Car Traffic

SAN FRANCISCO—More than two miles of Market Street will be closed to private car traffic with San Francisco’s Better Market Street project. The city’s...

Cyclist’s Death Prompts Action

SAN FRANCISCO—Safety improvements are planned for Howard Street, after Tess Rothstein, 30, of Berkeley was struck and killed by a truck driver while on...

Crew Repairs Potholes After Soggy Weather

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco’s Public Works’ pothole-repair crew worked throughout Saturday, March 9 and Sunday, March 10 to fix the streets for a safer ride....

Historic Buildings And Tunnels Found Under Alcatraz

SAN FRANCISCO—Archaeologists and researchers from Binghamton University, the Golden Gate Recreation Area, and the Concrete Preservation Institute in Chico confirmed that there are historic...

Federal Judge Strikes Down Cash Bail System

SAN FRANCISCO—A U.S. District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers in Oakland ruled against the use of money bail for people who are arrested in San...

San Francisco’s Rent Hits New Peak

SAN FRANCISCO—The median rent for a one-bedroom apartment in San Francisco has reached a new peak of $3,690, according to a survey from Zumper,...

Excavators Triggered 3-Alarm Gas Fire

SAN FRANCISCO—A gas pipeline that exploded in San Francisco’s Geary Boulevard neighborhood earlier this month shows evidence of being damaged by third-party excavators, the...

Dog Falls Off Fort Funston Cliff

SAN FRANCISCO—A dog fell from the Fort Funston Cliff on Tuesday, February 26. Officials from the San Francisco Fire Department assisted in rescuing the...

Thousands Of Free Tulips This Weekend

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco will offer over 100,000 colorful tulips in Union Square on Saturday, March 2 to celebrate American Tulip Day. The public is...

Search For Missing Woman At Fort Funston Cliff Suspended

SAN FRANCISCO—Officials with the San Francisco Fire Department suspended their search for a woman who went missing while walking a cliff near Fort Funstone...
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