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CHP in Oakland busts pack of ATV, dirt bike riders illegally crossing Bay Bridge
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
The CHP said they chased down some members of an illegal sideshow in Oakland with at least 30 all-terrain vehicles and dirt bikes that was driving aggressively over the Bay Bridge on Sunday night. When it was over they'd arrested one person, detained..
Gov. Brown requests 4th federal disaster declaration for Calif. storms
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
Brown?s request for a federal disaster declaration follows three similar requests this winter amid widespread weather-related damage. The governor issued a separate notice Sunday that added Solano and Contra Costa counties to the list of counties in..
Ivanka Trump brand sued by San Francisco fashion retailer over unfair competition
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
San Francisco fashion boutique Modern Appealing Clothing has sued Ivanka Trump's fashion company over unfair competition...
That time San Francisco tried to annex Oakland, Berkeley and most of the Bay Area
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
More than a hundred years ago, municipalities across the country were like imperialistic colonial powers gobbling up land as fast as they could. The Bay Area was no different...
Daytime lane closures for Bay Bridge tunnel repairs
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
More than a year after a large concrete chunk of the Bay Bridge?s tunnel crashed onto the roadway, narrowly missing a motorist, Caltrans has started making repairs ? to hundreds of potentially corroded spots on the tunnel?s walls, The Chronicle has l..
Political events in the Bay Area: how to get involved, protests
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
Political events in the Bay Area: how to get involved, protests Political events Rallies and protest events are a part of political life in the Bay Area. Political discussion: Panel talk on how to be involved at the local, state and federal level..
Caltrans demolishes Big Sur bridge after days of setbacks
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
After days of work, Caltrans has demolished a Big Sur bridge...
Hundreds of students in SF for city?s first robotics battle
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
Hayel Kiymetli traveled from her boarding school, Darussafaka in Istanbul, as one of hundreds of high school students taking part in a regional First Robotics Competition, which was held for the first time in San Francisco this weekend at St. Ignat..
Philip Choy, SF expert on Chinese American experience, dies
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
Philip P. Choy, a retired architect who was the dean of Asian American historians, died at his San Francisco home Thursday at age 90. Mr. Choy, who also was a teacher, an author and an advocate for civil rights, had been diagnosed with cancer earlie..
Hetch Hetchy water flowing again after tunnel inspection
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission is now delivering 80 million gallons daily from the Harry Tracy and Sunol Valley water treatment plants after a 60-day hiatus. After two months offline, and myriad complaints about the replacement?s funk..
Charlot Malin, forward-thinking SF philanthropist, dies at 48
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
The firm focused on sustainable design in residential and commercial properties, master-planned communities, tech campuses and historic preservation. Since 1994, she was active with the San Francisco Opera and held leadership positions at the organi..
Woman allegedly run off the road by ex-boyfriend near Healdsburg
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
A Windsor woman had her car sent spinning off the road and into a ditch when struck by her ex-boyfriend?s car on a Healdsburg-area road early Friday, officials said. When the couple turned west onto Dry Creek Road from Highway 101, Galvez, her forme..
Bay Area political events: environmental talks, forums, protests
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
Bay Area political events: environmental talks, forums, protests Rallies and protest events are a part of political life in the Bay Area. Forum: A Jewish Community Forum to discuss the political climate and how it affects the Bay Area Jewish commun..
Meals on Wheels recipients see results White House doesn?t
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
Drees, 70, was sitting on the bed of his small Tenderloin hotel room at Mason and Eddy streets on Friday when the Meals on Wheels deliveryman came by with the weekend?s haul. The program, Mulvaney said, is ?not showing any results? and the governmen..
Jury awards whistle-blower $2 million in SF sewer-fraud case
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
A jury ruled Friday that San Francisco must award a former deputy city attorney more than $2 million in damages in a lawsuit that said she was fired for exposing a long-running illegal payment scheme between municipal officials and plumbing companies..
SFPD car involved in SOMA collision
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
A San Francisco Police Department patrol car collided with a sedan at a South of Market intersection Monday evening, causing minor injuries and road closures, police said. The patrol car was westbound on Brannan Street before 7 p.m. while a black Ni..
A year later, I-580 pay-to-use lanes are a success, report says
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
The Bay Area?s newest express lanes ? on Interstate 580 through the Tri-Valley region of Alameda County ? are just a year old, but drivers are already pouring into them, eager to pay for a quicker commute. Since the combination express and carpool..
Thief stealing wallets of women who look like her, then using their credit cards
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
Thief stealing wallets of women who look like her, then using their credit cards A woman who is known to target women who look like her ? stealing their wallets, then using the contents to make thousands of dollars worth of purchases and bank withdr..
Newest ferryboat makes its debut on the bay
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
Like a prima donna making her debut, the newest ferryboat on San Francisco Bay made a star turn for the media on the choppy waters off the city?s waterfront Monday. The new boat ? the 135-foot-long ferry Hydrus, named for a small constellation in th..
Political events in the Bay Area: pipeline protest, ?dark money?
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
Political events in the Bay Area: pipeline protest, ?dark money? Political events Rallies and protest events are a part of political life in the Bay Area. The Bay Area Resistance is calling for a boycott of banks to protest the Dakota Access Pipel..
Oakland coding school doesn't charge tuition until students land jobs
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
Learners Guild, a 10-month developer program located in downtown Oakland is one of a handful of coding schools that offer "income-share agreements," which means students don't have to pay until they get a job making more than $50,000 a year...
Uber slows move into Oakland headquarters
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
Uber will dramatically curtail the number of employees it will move into its Oakland headquarters next year and instead expand in San Francisco, company officials said Monday. In San Francisco, the ride-hailing company said it has purchased a stake ..
Woman sought in Union City parking lot rampage that hurt 2 people
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
Police are seeking the public?s help in identifying a woman who fled the parking lot of a Walmart in Union City after intentionally striking two people with her car and trying to run over others, officials said Monday. Witnesses said she was agitate..
93-year-old man dies after being hit by cable car in SF
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
The man, whose name was not immediately released, was crossing Mason Street in a marked crosswalk when the southbound cable car hit him, knocking him down and causing serious injury, police said. The Powell-Mason cable car line was briefly shut down..
Crook robbed, victim tailed, cops nabbed
Source: San Anselmo | Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00
A 32-year-old man took justice into his own hands and hailed a cab to tail a man who robbed him at gunpoint in San Francisco on Saturday, leading to the robber?s arrest, according to police. Rather than remain passive as the robber made his escape, ..
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