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One of the most decorated ships in U.S. history will welcome back this weekend a space trailblazer.

Skateboarder fatally collapses in SOMA

7/23/2014
The skateboarder who collapsed while riding through SOMA Tuesday morning has been identified.
A gang member was sentenced to life in prison for killing a three-year-old boy and wounding two others in an East Oakland shooting.

Homeless hygiene: You’re doing it right

7/22/2014
Repurposing old things for new challenges is key to our society's ability to flourish and grow.
The funding will go toward mental health services, housing and legal representation.
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Chevron flips on tougher refinery limits

7/22/2014
Chevron has reversed its earlier position, agreeing to stricter caps on emissions.

Two found dead in home after shots fired

7/20/2014
Two people were found dead in a Sausalito home Sunday morning under what police have deemed a suspicious circumstances.
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Bikeway to boost Embar­cadero safety

7/20/2014
A separated bikeway will create less conflict for roadway users, say bike advocates and city officials.

Infant found face-down in car, mom arrested

7/19/2014
A woman was arrested in Petaluma after a police officer stopped her car for speeding and saw the woman's 4-month-old boy face first in the back seat.
The annual AIDS Walk will take place Sunday in Golden Gate Park, and cause several road closures until 2 p.m.
Political activist squatters were set to be evicted the day before a fire broke out.
Two men and one woman are facing drug charges and police say more arrests are "imminent."

Police taser man in domestic dispute

7/16/2014
Richmond police arrested a man Tuesday night who allegedly wielded a bat against his girlfriend and had to be subdued with a stun gun.
The SFMTA board approved the increase from $1 to $3.55 per bus stop for its commuter shuttle program.
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SFMTA approves billion-dollar Metro buy

7/16/2014
The first prototype could arrive by the end of 2016.
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Food workers at AT&T Park approved a new contract through the start of the 2019 season.
A $3.5 million settlement is expected for Caramad Conley, wrongfully imprisoned for 18 years.

Muni drivers ratify labor contract

7/15/2014
Muni operators voted Monday to approve a new three-year labor contract.

Wiener seeks end to ban on gay blood donors

7/15/2014
Scott Wiener is asking the federal government to end its ban on blood donations from gay and bisexual men.
The teachers will be recognized at a pre-game ceremony at the All-Star game in Minneapolis.
A drunk, knife-wielding man was arrested after allegedly holding employees and patrons hostage inside a San Leandro restaurant.
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Woman set to complete cross-country run

7/14/2014
Jessica Goldman is poised to complete her cross-country journey Tuesday morning.
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The SFMTA board votes Tuesday on a $1.2 billion contract for 260 new light rail vehicles.

Cops struggle to subdue alleged shoplifter

7/13/2014
A suspected shoplifter was arrested after allegedly assaulting two police officers at a Santa Rosa Kmart store Sunday morning.

3.4-magnitude quake shocks Gilroy area

7/13/2014
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 3.4 struck near Gilroy Sunday morning, the U.S. Geological Survey is reporting.
Agents arrested one man and seized more than 2,800 marijuana plants in rural Napa County last week.

Suspect identified in fatal hit-and-run

7/13/2014
CHP has identified a suspect in a hit-and-run collision that left a 21-year-old man dead Saturday near Santa Rosa.

Wisconsin fugitive nabbed in Fremont

7/12/2014
A fugitive from Wisconsin who has been living under an assumed identity in Fremont for several years has been arrested.

Payday lender slapped with $10 million bill

7/12/2014
A storefront loan firm will pay $10 million for luring customers into "payday debt traps."

Police continue probing bike theft ring

7/12/2014
A Kentfield woman suspected of participating in a bike theft ring was dismissed in court, as investigations continue.
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Commuter shuttles could face more than three times higher fees to use Muni bus stops.
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SFMTA to upgrade outdated parking meters

7/11/2014
Drivers in San Francisco will soon have more options to pay the parking meter.
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Arrest made after AT&T Park street fight

7/11/2014
A suspect was arrested in connection with a street fight outside AT&T Park Thursday.

Monkey­Parking goes offline in SF

7/10/2014
A mobile app that allows motorists to auction off parking spots has been "temporarily disabled" in San Francisco.

Unknown do-gooder buys others’ groceries

7/10/2014
A lucky group of Grocery Outlet shoppers in Concord went home with bags of groceries thanks to one man's random act of kindness.
A driver crashed her car into a restaurant in San Francisco's Nob Hill at the start of lunchtime.
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