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SF armed robbery victim describes terrifying experience

It was a busy 24 hours for robbers targeting victims for their cell phones, wallets, and other personal property in San Francisco. Nearly a dozen victims were robbed, some at gunpoint. [Read entire story]

Job losses jolt Bay Area, South Bay, San Francisco

Buses ferrying tech workers back from their jobs in Silicon Valley to their homes in San Francisco have become a permanent part of the commute along Highway 101. The Bay Area shed 4,700 jobs in August, the worst month [Read entire story]

Teen wanted for deportation is accused of California killing

In this June 16, 2017 photo provided by CARECEN SF, is Abel Esquivel at the Central American Resource Center in San Francisco. Federal immigration authorities said Friday, Sept. [Read entire story]

Colleges offering legal tips, hotlines amid DACA uncertainty new

Mixed signals from Washington over a possible agreement to preserve protections for young immigrants are increasing anxiety and confusion on college campuses, where the stakes are high. Amid the uncertainty, colleges and [Read entire story]

Amid hundreds of protesters and riot police, right-wing provocateur Ben Shapiro appears

Amber Cummings, right, holds a sign as Phoenix Jones, in white shirt, and Morris Black , center, shout during a protest outside of a speaking engagement by Ben Shapiro on the Cal campus. BERKELEY >> UC Berkeley endured [Read entire story]

Metallica collaborates on new music merch

ROCK ON: Kirk Hammett of Metallica performs at the 2017 Outside Lands Music Festival at Golden Gate Park on Saturday, Aug. 12, in San Francisco, Calif. The heavy metal rockers - James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, Kirk Hammett [Read entire story]

Schools seek to help immigrants amid mixed signals on DACA

Mixed signals from Washington over a possible agreement to preserve protections for young immigrants are increasing anxiety and confusion on college campuses, where the stakes are high. Amid the uncertainty, colleges and [Read entire story]

Restored William McKinley statue in San Francisco reportedly hit with vandalism

A statue of William McKinley, the 25th president of the United States, was vandalized this week after recently undergoing $300,000 renovations, The San Francisco Chronicle reported. Authorities discovered white spray [Read entire story]

Photos from the San Francisco Symphony opening gala

Sara Steingart sits in the lobby of Davies Symphony Hall while waiting for someone before the start of the San Francisco Symphony Opening Night Gala in San Francisco, Calif., on Thursday, September 14, 2017. Sara [Read entire story]

The Latest: Dozens line up to hear conservative at Berkeley

In this Sept. 8, 2017, photo, a woman tapes flyers on a University of California, Berkeley campus bulletin board calling for a protest against right-wing speaker Ben Shapiro in Berkeley, Calif. [Read entire story]

Throwing stars, billy club, gun found in East Bay BART station arrests

Three men and a woman were taken to county jails after displays and discoveries of weapons at East Bay stations this week, BART police said. At 12:27 p.m. Tuesday, officers responded to a report of an argument that led [Read entire story]

Who actually owns beloved Bay Area brands?

Walking past a Lagunitas sign on his company truck, Jaime Siaenz with Matagrano Inc. beer distributing in So. San Francisco delivers a keg of beer on Hayes Street in San Francisco, Calif. [Read entire story]

Strange but true: Praise in lefty San Francisco for Pelosi and Trump – gasp – working together

Whatever they may think of President Trump and House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi, voters in her liberal San Francisco congressional district approve of the two working together. Whatever they may think of President [Read entire story]

Phantom’ star Lisa Vroman to make San Francisco cabaret…

The Tony Award-winning soprano settled in Pasadena with her husband not long after concluding her five-year run as Christine in "Phantom of the Opera," the record-setting production that defined San Francisco's [Read entire story]

San Francisco Edges Out Washington to Become the Highest-Income Big U.S. Metro Area

Median household income in the San Francisco metro area in 2016 was $96,667, versus $95,843 in the Washington region The technology hub of San Francisco surpassed the nation's capital last year as the highest-earning [Read entire story]

Kremlin knocks SF Spare the Air violation as – Russophobic

In this photo taken Sept. 1, 2017, black smoke rises from the roof at the Consulate-General of Russia in San Francisco. [Read entire story]

What to Expect at Eight Tables, a New Style of Chinese Cuisine in San Francisco

Years after cementing itself as the birthplace of California cuisine, San Francisco has now become known as the "Land of the Tasting Menu." The perfect storm of tech affluence, international travelers, and ambitious [Read entire story]

Photo Flash: First Look at the Small Mouth Sounds National Tour in San Francisco

American Conservatory Theater continues its 2017-18 season with Bess Wohl's fresh, perceptive comedy Small Mouth Sounds . Press nights for Small Mouth Sounds will be held on Thursday, October 26 and Friday, October [Read entire story]

Snapshots of a single day in 1973 San Francisco

Kearney was 16 at the time and living in Sacramento. She moved to Sonora, Calif. [Read entire story]

Victims in mass shooting at UPS facility in SF file lawsuits

Sandy Lim is the widow of Benson Louie who was fatally shot inside the UPS building on June, 14, 2017 in San Francisco, Calif. Sandy Lim is the widow of Benson Louie who was fatally shot inside the UPS building on June, [Read entire story]