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Top SF news: Car thief leads cops on 100mph chase; rare Salvador Dalí work stolen from gallery; more

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San Francisco’s Market Street to become car-free after unanimous vote

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — A San Francisco street is set to go car-free starting next year, thanks to a unanimous vote Tuesday by leaders at the city’s transportation agency. 

Read the full story on KRON 4 News.

Rare Salvador Dalí work stolen from fine art gallery in San Francisco

A rare and famous etching by Salvador Dalí was quickly stolen from a San Francisco art gallery on Sunday.

Read the full story on KPIX CBS San Francisco Bay Area.

The invasion of the electric scooters is here: What you need to know

They're coming to a street near you this fall - hundreds, even thousands, of new electric scooters spread across San Francisco. 

Read the full story on SFGATE.

Stolen car in 100 mph chase from San Francisco to Emeryville

A stolen car being chased by the California Highway Patrol from San Francisco at speeds in excess of 100 mph crashed in Emeryville early Tuesday.

Read the full story on East Bay Times.

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