Top SF news: Suspect arrested after threat against library; Google fires engineer after backlash

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By Hoodline - Published on November 27, 2019.

Missed the most recent top news in San Francisco? Read on for everything you need to know.

Google fires software engineer at center of San Francisco worker rally

A Google software engineer at the center of an employee backlash over alleged management overreach and employee surveillance has been fired. The employee, Rebecca Rivers, tweeted the announcement Monday. 

Read the full story on SFGATE.

Suspect arrested after threatening to 'blow up or shoot up' SFSU library

A subject who threatened to "blow up or shoot up" a campus library at San Francisco State University was arrested Monday afternoon, according to university police.

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

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EVENING CATCH-UP: 'Bomb Cyclone' winter weather storm, Thanksgiving holiday travel rush, San Francisco hotel icon calls it quits. Here's what is happening around the Bay Area in 60 seconds.

Read the full story on ABC7 News.

The Portola, San Francisco: Low-slung houses and rising prices

Neighborhood residents relish the quiet streets and are working to resurrect the area’s heritage as a garden district.

Read the full story on New York Times.

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