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The SFPD has opened a "foot beat" office in Mid-Market that will combine officers from the four surrounding police stations.
According to organizers, the Japanese government has led opposition to the statue.
The ride-hailing companies have more than 5,700 vehicles operating on city streets during peak periods.
Movers and shakers in the local cannabis industry will talk about the plant's economic, social and cultural impacts.
Science puns, dinosaurs, and even a transformer could all be found at the March for Science today.
Also on the tipline this week: a new gallery, a Hard Rock Cafe remodel, and a crazy attempted phone robbery on the Great Highway.
District 9 Supervisor Hillary Ronen is introducing legislation that would bar any company contracting to build the U.S. border wall from bidding on future city contracts.
City officials gathered yesterday morning to rededicate F-Market car #1051, the Harvey Milk.
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The plans for the line have been in the works for nearly a decade, but a group of staunchly anti-BRT merchants are now suing to stop construction from starting.
A lengthy protest march opposing President Trump's agenda has been on the march downtown, and will continue until 5pm.
The day that many San Franciscans have dreaded is finally upon us. Here's where to make your voice heard.