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A presidential campaign first? ⁦⁩ visits a cannabis dispensary in Oakland
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Even after flight delays end, here's why SFO has bigger problems than runway construction. Story by :
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John Diaz 17m
The case against SF ... even if you disagree with the ban on vaping, Juul should not be writing the laws on regulation of e-cigs. Our editorial:
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After 17 years, Bryan Harrington is shutting down his groundbreaking Hunters Point winery, Harrington Wines.
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“This club embodies the spirit of comedy in San Francisco.” Comics, fans celebrate being saved from eviction.
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Tim O'Rourke 48m
SFO is the nation's seventh-busiest airport. Construction delays aside, it has major limitations (size, fog, etc.). So, why can't SFO, OAK and SJC band together and work as a team of airports? Here's why () >>>
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SF City Insider podcast | made national news when her resolution calling the National Rifle Association "a domestic terrorist organization" passed the Board of Supervisors unanimously. She talks about her reasons and the fallout. Listen here:
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Tal Kopan 1h
Trump officials say California should focus on its own air quality as they rescind the state’s authority to set vehicle emissions standards. Next stop: court.
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Airbnb announces it will go public in 2020, confirming long-rumored plans that the short-term rental company will become a public company.
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| California produces half the nation’s fruits and vegetables and most of its nuts. But a climate crisis is coming — and farms will have to change. Story by :
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Peter Hartlaub 2h
The 's first story about Critical Mass was in the entertainment section, with a fact box telling people how to participate in the next ride. Three years later, Willie Brown was calling for riders to spend time in jail. Story and photos =>
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Mallory Moench 2h
The good news is runway construction is almost done and things are back to normal. The bad news is normal means chronic challenges and delays due to limited space and foggy weather 🌁 My dive into how can move forward:
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Eric Branch 3h
Levi's Stadium has been blasted for having a lousy vibe, but its hosted a lousy football team. Is that changing? On Sunday, the will enter a home game with a winning record for the first since 2014.
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Today's front page: the stories San Francisco is talking about this morning.
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S.F.’s Treasure Island, now poised for a building boom, was once considered hazardous enough to be a federal Superfund waste site — but it was never officially named one. Story by and :
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The Trump administration announced the revocation of California’s authority to set its own auto emissions standards, saying the state should focus on its own problems instead of the rest of the nation.
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Your Thursday | Giants crush the Red Sox for Bruce Bochy’s 2,000th victory | California farms rethink their climate changed future | Janet Napolitano is stepping down from her UC position | Read more:
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Today on | Charlie Chaplin Exiled, 1952. Once one of America's most beloved movie stars, the great comedian was now being hounded by the FBI for his leftist politics and by the media for a series of personal scandals.
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Stephen Curry is one of the NBA’s most popular players, and he fields an extraordinary number of meet-and-greet requests from seriously or terminally ill kids, and occasionally adults, across the country.
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