San Francisco

Top SF news: 100s of flight delays, cancellations at SFO; NRA sues SF over 'terrorist' declaration

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in San Francisco.

San Francisco business owner considering closing shop after second assault by homeless person

A San Francisco business owner says he was bitten by a homeless person for the second time in four months at his South of Market shop.

Read the full story on KRON 4 News.

NRA sues San Francisco over terrorist declaration

The NRA says in its lawsuit that San Francisco is infringing on its free speech rights and is seeking to blacklist anyone associated with it.

Read the full story on ABC7 News.

Hundreds of flight delays and cancellations at SFO: Here's what to expect

Flight delays and cancellations at San Francisco International Airport continue this week after crews began repairing the base layer of a main runway.

Read the full story on KQED.

In 1939, sabotage killed dozens on the 'City of San Francisco.' The killer was never found.

The train was America's most luxurious streamliner, launched the year before to transport guests between Chicago and Oakland. It cost $2 million to build.

Read the full story on SFGate.

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