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Woman eyes record with run across America

4/18/2014

If all goes well, Jessica Goldman’s journey will cover nearly 3,000 miles in 63 days.

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San Francisco coffee is so hot right now

4/18/2014

Three of San Francisco’s coffee institutions have been named among the nation’s best.

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Cal/OSHA has fined BART $210,000 in connection with the on-track deaths of two workers.

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BART unwraps future of transbay travel

4/18/2014

BART riders got a first look this week of one of the transit agency’s new trains.

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Sunday parking will soon become free again — but Muni fares are on the rise.

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After announcing it would close at the end of April, legendary Le Video will remain open.

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The San Francisco 49ers are having an offseason that they would love to forget.

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Monster blaze blackens San Jose skies

4/13/2014

A five-alarm fire ripped through an abandoned TV studio near downtown San Jose Sunday.

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Cain looks sharp as bats go silent

4/12/2014

AT&T PARK — Matt Cain bounced back, but the Giants’ bats couldn’t muster any run support.

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Rested Quakes look to rebound against Crew

4/12/2014

SANTA CLARA — With two weeks off to get healthy, winless San Jose faces Columbus Sunday.

Supervisors act to ease housing crisis

4/12/2014

The debate over housing in San Francisco spilled into the Board of Supervisors chambers.

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City projects tackle pedestrian safety

4/12/2014

24 pedestrian and bike safety projects are scheduled for completion in the next 24 months.

Boy on bike hit by truck, critically injured

4/10/2014

A 3-year-old boy on a bicycle was struck by a truck near Golden Gate Park Thursday morning.

Police are investigating an incident involving booze, weed, a woman and three NFL players.

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Teen swept away by Ocean Beach surf

4/9/2014

A 14-year-old is feared lost after a surfer’s dramatic rescue plucked a father and young boy from the surf.

Union floats $15 minimum wage for ballot

4/8/2014

SEIU Local 1021′s minimum wage plan looks headed for a ballot clash with one from Mayor Lee.

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A Swiss study showed glucosamine led to a 10 percent longer lives for lab mice.

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Fat American kids getting fatter

4/7/2014

Contrary to recent reports, America’s overweight children are still struggling with obesity.

Police are on the lookout for vandals who flipped over at least four Smart cars.

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Pig virus plumps pork prices

4/7/2014

A deadly pig virus has been sweeping through U.S. farms and driving up pork prices.

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M-Oceanview could go underground by 2022

4/4/2014

A subway under parts of 19th Avenue would speed up the M-Line by up to 40 percent.

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Selfies shine as art in SF State exhibit

4/4/2014

Selfies of all shapes and sizes wrapped around the Cesar Chavez Student Center Art Gallery.

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An appeal seeking CEQA review of the commuter shuttle pilot program was voted down.

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Apple and Samsung renew courtroom clash

4/2/2014

SAN JOSE — Features like slide to unlock and autocorrect are at issue in the new trial.

O.CO COLISEUM — Just shy of five minutes went by with the crowd booing.

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SFMTA weighs options for Sunday meters

4/2/2014

Unpopular Sunday parking meter enforcement faces an April 15 SFMTA board vote.

A Bay Area woman says she was struck by lightning while standing on a Berkeley corner.

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Pressure mounts on defiant Yee to resign

3/31/2014

Yee Defense attorney Paul DeMeester told the media he plans to enter a plea of not guilty.

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The SFMTA has approved a plan to overhaul much of San Francisco’s transit system.

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When the “My Sweet Love” baby doll gets “sick,” it can overheat and burn kids playing with it.

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The brains of autistic children contain defects that likely begin while in the womb.

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Stars shimmer for ‘We Day’ volunteers

3/27/2014

ORACLE ARENA — Students who earned their way to We Day let loose in loud celebration.

Heavy-drinking Marin toasts to its health

3/27/2014

Marin ranks as the healthiest county in California — despite high levels of binge drinking.

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Karim Mayfield hungry to make statement

3/27/2014

San Francisco’s Karim Mayfield has a message for Thomas Dulorme Saturday.

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State Sen. Leland Yee’s image as an anti-gun crusader was punctured Wednesday.

Input sought on Redwood Shores waste pipe

3/21/2014

Officials are scouting locations for a wastewater pipe beneath Redwood Shores.

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