Bay City News

21 Nov 2022

SF to Test Guaranteed Income Program for Transgender Residents

San Francisco will test a new guaranteed income program for eligible transgender residents in the city. Mayor London Breed announced the launch of the Guaranteed Income for Trans People Program, also known as the GIFT program, on Nov. 16. The pilot program will offer qualifying low-income trans San Franciscans with

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27 Oct 2022

Shuggie’s Trash Pie – The Restaurant Making Dinner Out of Trash

by Lydia Sviatoslavsky Can environmentalism ever be a celebration of excess? It may seem absurd, but Shuggie’s Trash Pie + Natural Wine in San Francisco’s Mission District proves it possible. Co-owners Kayla Abe and David Murphy unveiled their “food waste paradise” in April, splashing the corner of 23rd Street and

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17 Jun 2022

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 37 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 37 of the finest locally owned bars,

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24 Oct 2022

FBI Warns of Potential Fraud Related to Student Loan Forgiveness

By Victoria Hsieh The San Francisco FBI office said Friday the public should look out for scammers attempting to defraud individuals seeking federal loan forgiveness. With new government aid programs, scammers will see this as an opportunity to defraud new victims, according to Special Agent in Charge Robert K. Tripp.

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17 Oct 2022

Alleged Serial Stalker in SF Finally Arrested

Police in San Francisco arrested a man on Friday who they believe groped and assaulted at least 14 women in the city. San Francisco resident Bill Gene Hobbs, 34, was taken into custody at 2:28 p.m. on the 3200-block of Van Ness Avenue, according to the police department. Earlier Friday,

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26 Sep 2022

Fast Food Workers at SFO Just Went on Strike

About 1,000 fast food workers are on strike Monday morning at San Francisco International Airport, according to the union representing the workers. The workers, represented by Unite Here Local 2, started striking at 3:30 a.m. Workers want a substantial pay raise and fully funded healthcare because their current pay forces

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14 Sep 2022

California Launches Website to Help Those Seeking Abortions

By Heather Allen A new website is now available for anyone who is seeking reproductive care in California, the governor’s office announced Tuesday. The new abortion resource website, abortion.ca.gov, provides information regarding privacy rights, abortion steps, types of abortion, how to find emotional or financial support and where to find

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30 Aug 2022

Excessive Heat Wave Warning Starting Thursday

Another heat wave is heading to the Bay Area this weekend and the National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat watch for most of the region. While conditions could change in the coming days, a “robust warming trend” is expected to start Thursday and will likely last through the

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29 Aug 2022

Vacaville Accident Leaves I-80 Covered in Tomatoes

Crews will be mopping up tomato sauce for at least another few hours along Interstate Highway 80 in Vacaville, where a big-rig jackknifed in a crash early Monday, spilling a load of tomatoes and sending cars skidding across the slick mess. The California Highway Patrol said the wreck was triggered

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