SF Firefighters Rescue 2 Dogs From CliffA 14-member crew of firefighters helped rescue two dogs who had slid down a cliff.
Seattle Clears Pot Convictions, Following San Francisco LeadFive years after Washington state legalized marijuana, Seattle officials say they're moving to automatically clear past misdemeanor convictions for pot possession.
CA More Interested In Giving 'Get Out Of Jail Free Cards,' Says LA Police Union Boss After SF Plans To Wipe Out Pot ConvictionsDistrict Attorney George Gascon announced his office will dismiss nearly 3,000 marijuana misdemeanor cases and review nearly 5,000 felony cases for possible action.
Court OKs Killing A Type Of Owl To See Effect On Other OwlsA federal appeals court in San Francisco has upheld a plan by wildlife officials to kill one type of owl to study its effect on another type of owl.
Immigrant Acquitted Of SF Pier Killing Is Sentenced For Gun ChargeA judge sentenced Jose Ines Garcia Zarate on Friday and denied his attorneys' request for a new trial for the conviction on illegal gun possession.
4.5M Quake Hits Bay Area, No Reports Of DamageThe earthquake’s epicenter was 2 miles from Berkeley.
Dead Whale Washes Ashore In NorCalIt washed ashore on Point Reyes National Seashore. A necropsy was conducted to determine what killed the whale.
San Francisco Native Becomes City's 1st Black Woman MayorSan Francisco native London Breed became the city's acting mayor Tuesday following the sudden death of Mayor Ed Lee, and is the first African-American woman to lead the city in the midst of a seemingly endless technology driven economic boom.
San Francisco Mayor Dies Suddenly At 65Ed Lee, a civil rights lawyer, was a staunch support of San Francisco’s sanctuary city policy.
Dozens Hurt When Bus Overturns On Hwy 101 In San FranciscoThe bus somehow wound up on its side just after 8:00 p.m. The bus seats about fifty passengers, according to a spokesman for the CHP, who said preliminary reports indicate there could have been as many as 30 people aboard at the time of the crash.
New Federal Charges For Man Acquitted Of Shooting At SF PierA San Francisco jury convicted Jose Ines Garcia Zarate of a state charge of felon in possession of a firearm after acquitting him of murder and assault for the July 1, 2015 shooting of Kate Steinle.
Mexican Man Acquitted In San Francisco Pier Killing Set To Be Deported For Sixth TimeJurors acquitted Jose Zarate of murder and involuntary manslaughter. Zarate had been deported five times prior to the shooting of Kate Steinle.

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