Bay City News

26 Jun 2022

‘World’s Ugliest Dog’ Crowned in Petaluma

With a lolling tongue, googly eyes and a head of spectacularly stringy grey-white hair, Jeneda Benally’s Chihuahua-mix pooch would probably strike anyone as an excellent contender for the world’s ugliest dog. On a hot day in Petaluma Friday, it became official. The inaptly named “Mr. Happy Face” triumphed over nine

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06 Jun 2022

First Probable Case of Monkeypox Found in San Francisco Resident

The San Francisco Department of Public Health on Friday announced the first probable case of monkeypox has been identified in a San Francisco resident. The case was identified through testing at a California Department of Public Health laboratory. The individual traveled to a location with an outbreak in cases, is

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15 Feb 2023

The 2023 SF Wine Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the 2023 SF Wine Passport! There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. You get 2-for-1 glasses of wine at 23 of SF’s finest locally owned bars and restaurants for only $39.95! It honestly doesn’t get much better than that. And after the

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26 May 2022

Twitter Agrees to Pay $150 Million Civil Penalty to Protect User Data

Twitter told its users that it was collecting their telephone numbers and email addresses for account-security purposes, but failed to disclose that it also would use that information to help companies send targeted advertisements to consumers.

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23 May 2022

San Francisco Cops & Firefighters Helped Deliver Twins in a Car

San Francisco police and firefighters delivered in a big way Friday night. Police officers responded to a call for help from a motorist who was trying to get to the hospital to have a baby. However, the baby had different ideas and was in the process of emerging when the

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18 May 2022

Oakland is First City in CA to Declare Itself Sanctuary City for Abortion

By Keith Burbank and Katy St. Clair The Oakland City Council has unanimously passed a resolution to make Oakland a sanctuary city for women seeking abortions, Vice Mayor Rebecca Kaplan announced on Tuesday evening. The resolution is in response to the potential that the U.S. Supreme Court will overturn Roe

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08 May 2022

Four Injured After Car Goes Down Cliff Near Sutro Baths

Four people were injured after a vehicle went off a cliff and got buried in the sand near San Francisco’s Sutro Baths early Friday morning, fire officials said. The crash was reported shortly before 3 a.m. in the 800 block of Point Lobos Avenue, with the vehicle going 30 to

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08 May 2022

SF Launches Program to Connect Folks with Mental Health Disorders to Services

San Francisco officials announced Friday the launch of the Office of Coordinated Care, as part of the city’s expansion of behavioral mental health resources. The new office will assign case managers to people who are disconnected from behavioral health services, or who are making transitions in care from one setting

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28 Apr 2022

Oakland to Convert Piedmont Ave Motel into Homeless Housing

A 44-unit motel near Piedmont Avenue in Oakland will be ready to house homeless residents later this year, city officials said Wednesday. With the help of $14.8 million in state Homekey grant funds, the city plans to acquire and convert the Piedmont Place Motel, at 55 MacArthur Blvd., into housing

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