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A driver crashed her car into a restaurant in San Francisco's Nob Hill at the start of lunchtime.
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Car chase ends with crash, surrender

CHP officers pursued a stolen car 23 miles from Berkeley to Martinez before the suspect crashed and surrendered.
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Despite years of delays, the SFMTA plans to complete the Mission Bay Loop project.
A vote by union members scheduled for Monday has been rescheduled for July 14.
13-year-old Andy Lopez was holding a BB rifle last October when he was shot by a sheriff's deputy.
Fireworks sparked a number of fires in East Contra Costa County over the holiday weekend.
Fire officials continued on Sunday to battle the 6,488-acre Monticello fire.

Man arrested for allegedly molesting teen

A San Rafael man was arrested Sunday morning for allegedly sexually abusing a Novato girl over a three-year period.

Safeway clerk interrupts IRS scam

A store clerk helped foil a phone scam by stopping a woman before she handed thousands of dollars to a IRS fake agent.
San Jose police arrested a second juvenile in connection with a home invasion and sexual assault that took place earlier this week.

Rider struck at Richmond BART station

The Richmond BART station is closed Friday afternoon after a rider was struck by a train.
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Drakes Bay Supreme Court bid falls flat

Drakes Bay Oyster Company is facing eviction after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to take up its case.

Man wanted for child porn nabbed at SFO

A former school teacher who fled after his 2013 arrest for child pornography charges was captured Wednesday.

Frustrated robber aborts bank holdup

A man tried to rob a bank in Nob Hill on Wednesday, but gave up while waiting for the cash and fled.
Walgreens has agreed to settle a federal disability discrimination lawsuit brought on by a South San Francisco employee.
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Fines for street cleaning, expired meters, and red zone parking are all on the rise.
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Pitch in on Powell BART station redesign

BART officials are asking riders what they would they like to see at an upgraded Powell station.

Hunt for bike thief delays BART

Police held trains at the Fruitvale and Coliseum stations Wednesday morning in an effort to catch a bike thief.
The Oakland police website will display booking photos of individuals charged with prostitution-related offenses.
Muni's new labor agreement comes after months of contentious negotiations.
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Willie Brown drives train on new Muni deal

Officials say former Mayor Willie Brown played a key role in negotiating the new contract.

Man dead in possible hazmat situation

A man was found dead at an Outer Richmond home where there was a possible hazardous materials incident.
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Pride shimmers around the world

Millions marched to show love is more powerful than hate. And a lot more fun.
Gallery Worldwide pride.
A woman was injured in a shooting outside The Warfield theater Sunday evening, where another shooting victim was injured the night previous.

Rowdy rider assaults Caltrain conductors

A passenger was arrested in Mountain View after she physically assaulted two Caltrain conductors Saturday.

Man resisting robbery shot multiple times

A man was shot multiple times when he resisted an armed robber in Antioch Saturday night, police said.

Record lottery sales boost school funds

With more than $4.9 billion in lottery tickets sold, state schools will get more than $1 billion from the lottery this year.
A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter hoisted three stranded boaters to safety after their boat became disabled in a creek Friday.

Man missing for weeks found on walkabout

A 51-year-old Petaluma man missing since June 5 was found safe in Napa after an extensive walk-about.
The app that lets users offer their on-street parking spots for a price is still operating.
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The City will need to raise $24 million of private funds to complete a planned rooftop park.
The SFMTA board approved 41 street parking spots for car-sharing vehicles this week.
Pro-choice advocates are looking into whether local laws will be impacted by the high court's decision.
The DMV must begin issuing licenses to qualified undocumented applicants by Jan 1, 2015.
Thousands of soccer fans clad in red, white and blue gathered in Civic Center Plaza.
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The City will study whether lower speed limits will help make the streets safer.
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