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Japan Mayor to Cut Sister City Ties With SF Over Statue

San Francisco has officially accepted to support the “comfort women” statue - representing the women forced to work as sex slaves for Japanese soldiers during World War Two – and the Mayor of Osaka, Japan...Photo [Read entire story]

San Carlos Council Passes Moratorium on Stores Selling Guns

Hundreds of people crowded into San Carlos City Hall on Monday night for an emotional debate about the opening of a store that sells guns, and city leaders responded by passing a moratorium on such outlets.Photo Credit: [Read entire story]

Light of Hope: SF’s Castro Celebrates Harvey Milk

Hundreds gathered in San Francisco's Castro district Wednesday night to celebrate the 40-year anniversary of the election of Harvey Milk to the Board of Supervisors.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Incoming Rain Presents Issues in North Bay Fire Zones

The impending rain is a big concern in the North Bay fire zones, emotionally and environmentally.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Incoming Rain Presents Issues in North Bay Fire Zones

The impending rain is a big concern in the North Bay fire zones, emotionally and environmentally.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

San Carlos Residents Oppose Planned Store That Sells Guns

Residents of a Peninsula city are stunned and outraged they weren't warned of a new store that will sell guns, and now the city is being pushed to change its plans.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Dr. Amos Brown Honored for 40 Years of Service in SF

Dr. Amos Brown Honored for 40 Years of Service in SF

Dr. Amos Brown, who has steered the Third Baptist Church of San Francisco for 40 years and been a prominent civil rights activist, was honored by well-known dignitaries Friday night.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Tempers Flare at Liberals’ Planning Meeting at UC Berkeley

Tempers flared Wednesday night at UC Berkeley when liberal activists wouldn't allow conservative groups into their planning meeting for this weekend's rallies in San Francisco and Berkeley.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Bay Area Faith Leaders March Against White Supremacy

Bay Area Faith Leaders March Against White Supremacy

Bay Area faith leaders marched through San Francisco's Mission District unified against white supremacy displayed in Charlottesville, Virginia.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Deported Oakland Nurse Says Goodbye to Family, United States

Deported Oakland Nurse Says Goodbye to Family, United States

It has been an emotional journey this week for Maria Mendoza and her family. The Oakland woman and her husband late Wednesday said goodbye to their three daughters and the United States.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Mail Carrier Assaulted and Truck Robbed in San Francisco

Mail Carrier Assaulted and Truck Robbed in San Francisco

A mail carrier was assaulted and robbed Wednesday in San Francisco, police said, as package thieves appear to be skipping the front porch and zeroing in on mail trucks.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Muni Passengers on Edge Amid Rash of Violence in SF

Muni Passengers on Edge Amid Rash of Violence in SF

San Francisco police suspect that two separate groups of young people have assaulted and robbed Muni riders in the last two weeks.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area, File image of a Muni bus [Read entire story]

Skateboarder Recounts Wipeout at SF Event From Hospital Bed

Skateboarder Recounts Wipeout at SF Event From Hospital Bed

Legendary skateboarder Jake Phelps suffered a serious head injury Tuesday night when hundreds of skaters took over Dolores Hill i San Francisco.Photo Credit: Jean Elle/NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Dog Owners Turn to Cannabis Treats to Ease Fireworks Stress

Dog Owners Turn to Cannabis Treats to Ease Fireworks Stress

Dog owners know too well what the Fourth of July fireworks do to their pets' stress levels. Now, some are turning to cannabis products for pooches.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Anti-Police Guideline Ahead of Trans March Stirs Controversy

Anti-Police Guideline Ahead of Trans March Stirs Controversy

Controversy is brewing with the Trans March in San Francisco even before activists hit the streets Friday.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

UPS Shooting Victims Remembered, Loved

UPS Shooting Victims Remembered, Loved

Three UPS drivers killed in a shooting Wednesday in San Francisco have one more thing in common: They were loved. [Read entire story]

Board Approves Stadium Lights Project at North Bay HS

Board Approves Stadium Lights Project at North Bay HS

After months of debate and contentious meetings, a North Bay high school may finally be getting lights for its football stadium.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

School Rallies Behind Graduating Student Shot During Robbery

School Rallies Behind Graduating Student Shot During Robbery

Less than three weeks until his high school graduation, 18-year-old Carlos Arroliga was shot in the abdomen during a robbery at his Richmond home.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Lawn Landfill at Mission Dolores Park in San Francisco

Lawn Landfill at Mission Dolores Park in San Francisco

The sun will be shining, the grass will be green, and the park will be filled with both people and — unfortunately for visitors — trash.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area/Jean Elle [Read entire story]

Tiburon Officials, Residents Debate Removal of 42 Trees

Tiburon Officials, Residents Debate Removal of 42 Trees

Officials and residents of Tiburon, an upscale town in Marin County, were divided Tuesday night over the future of 42 trees.Photo Credit: Jean Elle/NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]