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New show of photos by Walker Evans at San Francisco MOMA

In this photo provided by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is the photograph by Walker Evans called "Subway Portrait" taken between 1938-1941. The photo is part of a new retrospective exhibit at the San Francisco [Read entire story]

Murder trial that sparked immigration debate gets underway

This undated file booking photo provided by the San Francisco Police Department shows Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, which is what his attorney says is the birth name of the man who has been known by a number of aliases, [Read entire story]

Murder trial that sparked immigration debate gets underway

FILE - This July 17, 2015, file photo shows flowers and a portrait of Kate Steinle displayed at a memorial site on Pier 14 in San Francisco, Calif. The man charged with her murder is Jose Ines Garcia ... . [Read entire story]

Murder trial that sparked immigration debate gets underway

In this July 7, 2015 file photo, Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, right, is led into the courtroom by San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi, left, and Assistant District Attorney Diana Garciaor, center, for his arraignment [Read entire story]

California GOP, hurting in – top-2′ system, moves to back…

Many California Republicans are frustrated that they frequently don't have a GOP candidate to vote for in November, often feeling forced to either choose between two Democrats - or not cast a ballot at all. So on [Read entire story]

Ford-owned Chariot suspends operation in San Francisco after failing inspections

Ford might have to look elsewhere for an urban mobility solution for the time being, as Chariot isn't being allowed to operate in San Francisco. It has only been a year since Ford acquired Chariot , a commuter [Read entire story]

Students demand prof’s firing after his ‘Female or Shemale’ quiz

Kate Brown is sworn in as governor of Oregon, making her the highest-ranking LGBT person to hold elected office in United States history. Brown identifies as bisexual. [Read entire story]

New hotels mean Palm Springs is once again the capital of cool

Remember the old Palm Springs? A sunny desert town where Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope and many other Hollywood types partied in the '50s and '60s? But a funny thing happened as the decades rolled by: The city [Read entire story]

Appeals court allows trial on question of asbestos in talcum

A state appeals court has reinstated a San Francisco cancer patient's suit against the makers of Cashmere Bouquet talcum powder, which she used for 20 years and later learned that it may have contained potentially [Read entire story]

Glen Ellen residents begin to return home after North Bay Firestorm

OCTOBER 16: San Francisco police officers Malek Jisrawi and Sterling Hayes flag down a passing truck at a road closure checkpoint on October 16, 2017 in Glen Ellen, California. At least 40 people are confirmed dead, [Read entire story]

VIDEO: San Francisco opens city’s first bike park

Residents living near McLaren Park wanted a safe and fun place for kids to learn and practice riding their bikes. SAN FRANCSICO - The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department announced today the opening of the [Read entire story]

Fire victims search burned homes for memories

After fleeing flames that were closing in on him 12 days ago, Donnie Steggal finally returned home Friday - and sifted through the ruins of the Northern California home where he and his wife raised their two children. [Read entire story]

San Francisco narrowly votes to rename Justin Herman Plaza

San Francisco's Recreation and Parks Department voted Thursday to remove the name of influential-yet-controversial urban designer Justin Herman off the titular Embarcadero plaza. But the department may have to hold [Read entire story]

Man accused of running down SF officer pleads not guilty

San Francisco police Officer Elia Lewin-Tankel was critically injured on Oct. 18, 2017, when officials said a suspect in an SUV ran over the officer. San Francisco police Officer Elia Lewin-Tankel was critically injured [Read entire story]

San Francisco Allows for Appeals to State Prostitution Law

Summary : Advocates of prostitution will be allowed another chance to argue why the current state law banning prostitution should be thrown out. California's current law banning prostitution is 145 years old, [Read entire story]

San Francisco startup CEO charged with attempted murder, sexual

Team Vungle attends Founder Institute's Tech Carnival 2013 at Candlestick Park on July 17, 2013 in San Francisco, California. Zain Jaffer is seen in the back row wearing a grey sweater. [Read entire story]

Ranger whose gun used in San Francisco slaying was promoted

Public Defender Jeff Adachi leads Kate Steinle slaying suspect Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, a.k.a. Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, into court in 2015. Public Defender Jeff Adachi leads Kate Steinle slaying suspect Jose Ines [Read entire story]

San Francisco startup founder charged with child sex abuse

Prosecutors say the founder of a Northern California startup tech company was arrested and charged with assaulting and sexually abusing a toddler. Zain Jaffer, the founder of mobile advertising company Vungle, was also [Read entire story]

The Supreme Court needs to provide clarity on the Second Amendment

In this Sept. 30, 2015 file photo, High Bridge Arms general manager Steve Alcairo reaches into a display case of handguns while being interviewed in San Francisco. [Read entire story]

November, December openings planned by the San Francisco-based eatery

Roam's Tejano burger comes with pepper jack cheese, jalapeA o relish, avocado, tomato, white corn strips and herb ranch dressing. The eatery will bring its upscale burgers to downtown San Mateo this November and then [Read entire story]