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View of San Francisco, Calif., from the Marin Headlands on Thursday, November 2, 2017.

Hosting a first-time visitor to San Francisco sure throws into stark relief the best and worst of our beloved, yet frustrating, city. Your heart can swell with pride and beat a bit faster with embarrassment in only [Read entire story]

Recreational marijuana rules rile pot-friendly San Francisco

People listen during a Board of Supervisors meeting about the location of recreational cannabis stores at City Hall, Monday, Nov. 13, 2017, in San Francisco. The path toward legalizing recreational cannabis in [Read entire story]

South San Francisco police release suspect description in fatal hit-and-run

Police on Monday released additional information about a suspect being sought in connection with a fatal hit-and-run over the weekend in South San Francisco. Gonzales, a 44-year-old resident of South San Francisco, was [Read entire story]

Appeals court lets Trump travel ban go partially into effect

A U.S. appeals court in California on Monday let President Donald Trump's latest travel ban go partially into effect, ruling the government can bar entry of people from six Muslim-majority countries with no [Read entire story]

Pot-friendly San Francisco fights over recreational cannabis

Famously pro-cannabis San Francisco, where the 4/20 marijuana holiday is celebrated with a group smoke-out on Hippie Hill, is having a surprisingly difficult time establishing regulations for the broad legal pot market [Read entire story]

San Francisco’s Best New Restaurants of 2017

A fertile ground for promising new chefs to come in and till, creating flourishing restaurants that continue to up the bar in innovation, taste, and excitement. And the past 10 months were no exception. [Read entire story]

Photographer Maarten Van Dijk has photographed San Francisco…

Photographer Maarten Van Dijk has taken images of San Francisco tourists and Bay Area locals for the past 10 years. Click ahead to see his favorite shots of tourists and locals in downtown SF through the years. [Read entire story]

Vionic Opens First California Retail Space in Westfield San Francisco Centre

SAN RAFAEL, Calif: On November 2nd Vionic footwear will debut its first pop-up shop in the heart of San Francisco's shopping district in the Westfield San Francisco Centre. The shop will be open through April '18 [Read entire story]

Plan to protect San Francisco neighborhoods from fire after a major earthquake abandoned

As the smoke clears from the devastating fires north of San Francisco that burned roughly 200,000 acres, incinerated more than 7,000 houses and killed 42 people, San Francisco might notice the distant roar of its own [Read entire story]

Going to San Francisco: Irish firms seeking Silicon Valley success

Time is money in Silicon Valley and high-potential Irish startups are getting more of both in the tech-obsessed Bay Area "There is a healthy flow of Irish companies and a general receptiveness to Irish technology in [Read entire story]

Police: Pedestrian killed in South San Francisco hit-and-run

A pedestrian was killed in a hit-and-run Saturday night in South San Francisco, according to South San Francisco Police Department. Just before midnight, officers responded to the 200 block of El Camino Real to a report [Read entire story]

Pedestrian Killed After Hit-and-Run Collision in South SF

Police in South San Francisco on Sunday are searching for a suspect accused of fatally striking a pedestrian late Saturday. The driver of what is described as a black 1998 to 2000 Toyota or Lexus passenger car struck the [Read entire story]

Next big San Jose rent control fight happens Tuesday

Amid soaring housing costs and a tight rental market, tenant advocates are urging the City Council on Tuesday to limit increases for rent-controlled apartments to inflation levels. Currently, landlords can raise rent in [Read entire story]

San Lorenzo teen still missing after three weeks

Jann Derrick Lactawen, 19, was last seen Oct. 22 around 11 a.m. at his home in San Lorenzo, according to the Alameda County Sheriff's Office. According to a flyer posted by his family, he was last seen in a white [Read entire story]

City attacks Black culture to erase Blacks from San Francisco

Bayview Opera House Executive Director Barbara Ockel's attack on Black culture is to secretly promote gentrification and Shipyard developer Lennar's political agenda This fence surrounding the remodeled Opera [Read entire story]

Guide dog puppies in training create a stir on Muni

Above: Deluxe, Nairobi, Kathy Heidenreich with Wisp, Maureen Balogh with Pharaoh, Genie and Fidler ride a Muni Metro train in San Francisco. Below: Wisp leaves the train with raiser Heidenreich. [Read entire story]

Those killed in 1942 on the cruiser San Francisco remembered in

Joseph Consolino and Tylaw Villacarlos, members of the Golden Gate Young Marines group, are reflected in a marble marker at the USS San Francisco Memorial while preparing wreathes for a Veterans Day ceremony to [Read entire story]

Couple who lost home in Tubbs Fire lose family pictures to thieves at benefit concert

The couple went to Thursday night's Band Together Wine Country fire victims benefit concert for a night of fun after a month of bouncing between temporary homes, struggling to reassemble their lives, and sifting [Read entire story]

Debra Chasnoff, Oscar-winning artist and activist, dies

Debra Chasnoff chats with parents in 2004 before a San Francisco screening of her documentary "Let's Get Real," which addressed bullying in middle school. Debra Chasnoff chats with parents in 2004 before a San [Read entire story]

VIDEO: San Francisco aims to help homeless veterans find homes

By the end of this month, close to 70 homeless veterans will have a permanent place to call home in a supportive housing complex funded by the city. The Auburn Hotel in San Francisco is close to becoming housing for [Read entire story]