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Can you just imagine if The City By The Bay went all prohibition-era on us and got rid of happy hour? Seriously, think about it.
It will be at least six months before new bathrooms are installed at Muni terminals to help drivers relieve themselves without delaying service.
The Hip-Hop Chess Federation has launched its Jay-Z-meets-Bobby-Fischer concept as a summer camp.
New policy: Every person who gets mugged needs a beefy rugby player lurking nearby to help them catch the bad guys.
An non-native species from Japan accidentally introduced to the San Francisco Bay in 2009 has become a stubborn guest to get rid of.
The sleek new glass tower at Golden Gate and Polk is set to be the greenest building in the country. But being green also means spending green.
Majestic blue and "killer" whales are giving whale watchers a treat already, and observers say the best is yet to come.
Police are on standby as parents and supporters continue to camp out to protest the closure of Lakeview Elementary in Oakland.
More enforcement agents will be working City streets to help generate an extra $6.5 million in revenue over the next two years.
Some Bay Area communities are using a new tactic to ward off illicit "massage parlors" offering thinly-veiled sexual services.
In just five years, Muttville has placed more than 1,300 rescued senior dogs in loving homes around the Bay Area.
Spiritual leaders, authors and average Joes will assemble this weekend to celebrate the link between gratitude and spiritual enlightenment.
After years of waiting, a movable barrier is set to be installed on the Golden Gate Bridge next year.
The City's classic street signs are receiving a lowercase makeover sure to send your OCD into overdrive.
Despite popular belief, Lyme-bearing ticks are a local issue, especially in Sonoma and Marin. Don't get bitten.
BART is finally cutting bike riders a break and will test a new plan to allow bikes on the cars at all hours.
Five San Francisco men face stiff fines after pleading guilty to illegally hunting wildlife on one of the men's private property.
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