Bay City News

10 Jan 2022

California Considers Canceling Elective Surgeries as Covid Surges

As a third of hospitals report critical staffing shortages, California’s health department is considering issuing an order postponing many elective surgeries. Many procedures, including a lung transplant, already have been canceled.

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10 Jan 2022

Former SF Public Works Director Mohammed Nuru Pleads Guilty to Wire Fraud

Former San Francisco Department of Public Works director Mohammed Nuru pleaded guilty to wire fraud in federal court on Thursday, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Nuru has been at the center of a federal investigation into public corruption at City Hall since he was arrested back in January 2020.

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08 Nov 2021

How to Get $300+ Worth of Free Stuff at Rad Bay Area Restaurants

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07 Jan 2022

Lawsuit Alleges Facebook Responsible for Extremist Group’s Murder of Federal Officer

By Keith Burbank A wrongful death lawsuit against Facebook, which recently changed its name to Meta, was filed Thursday on behalf of the sister of a federal officer shot and killed in Oakland by an alleged member of an extremist group, attorneys for the woman said. Federal Protective Service Officer

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03 Jan 2022

French Bulldog Puppy Taken in Violent Robbery in the Marina

UPDATE: Rosie the Frenchie has been found and reunited with her owner! Police released photos of a French bulldog puppy that was violently stolen from its owner on New Year’s Day in San Francisco’s Marina District. The owner was walking the 9-month-old dog named Rosie near Broderick and Beach streets

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31 Dec 2021

SF Sketchfest Postponed Due to COVID Surge

Organizers for the 2022 San Francisco Sketchfest announced Thursday they’re postponing the festival planned for next month due to rising numbers of COVID-19 cases related to the omicron variant. The 20th annual Sketchfest was set to run in the city from Jan. 7-23, featuring an endless number of events including

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29 Dec 2021

Muni, Caltrain, and SamTrans are all Free on New Year’s Eve. BART is Running Extra Late.

New Year’s Eve celebrants will be able to get a free ride Friday night on SF Muni, and BART and other transit services are providing extended service for the holiday. The complimentary New Year’s Eve service on Muni runs from 8 p.m. Friday through 5 a.m. Saturday, San Francisco Municipal

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29 Dec 2021

State Sen. Skinner Proposes State-Funded Savings Accounts for Kids Orphaned by COVID

Low-income California children would get up to $5,000 if they lost a parent to COVID-19 under legislation that state Sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, plans to introduce in January. The Hope for Children Act would create savings accounts with up to $3,000 for children as old as 9 and up to

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17 Dec 2021

Lawsuit Filed to Open the Great Highway & Other Streets in Golden Gate Park

A group of San Francisco residents filed a lawsuit on Thursday, seeking to force the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department to reopen streets within Golden Gate Park that were closed off to vehicles during the pandemic. In addition to the Recreation and Park Department, the lawsuit also names the

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