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15 Mar 2022

SF Educators Slept Inside School District Offices to Demand Payment

Twenty San Francisco Unified School District educators slept inside the district’s offices on Monday night to demand that the district pay them, as hundreds of teachers and other staff members have gone unpaid or only received partial paychecks since January. The group and dozens of their supporters — all members

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01 Mar 2022

Judge Rules David Campos Can’t Use ‘Civil Rights Attorney’ on Election Ballot

A judge on Tuesday ruled David Campos — a candidate in a race for a San Francisco-based state Assembly seat — will not be allowed to use the term “civil rights attorney” on the ballot during the upcoming April 19 election. Last week, San Francisco Supervisor Matt Haney filed a

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17 Jun 2022

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

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01 Mar 2022

California Lifts Indoor Mask Mandate for Unvaccinated People and Students

California will lift its indoor mask requirements Tuesday for unvaccinated people and March 12 for schools and child care facilities, state officials said Monday.

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22 Feb 2022

Hundreds of Anti-Semitic Messages Left on Berkeley Doorsteps

The Berkeley Police Department and City Council released a joint statement on Monday afternoon condemning hateful messages left on the doorsteps of houses in the north Berkeley hills. According to the statement, “hundreds” of neighbors found plastic sandwich bags on their doorsteps on Feb. 20 that were “filled with hateful,

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14 Feb 2022

Romance Scams Are on the Rise in the Bay Area

Amidst the roses, romantic dinners and candy, danger lurks on Valentine’s Day and other days, with romance scams on the rise across the Bay Area, FBI officials said Friday. Victims in the FBI’s San Francisco division lost more than $64 million to romance scams in 2021, compared with $35 million

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11 Feb 2022

24 Year Old Man Arrested on Suspicion of Fatal Shooting at Civic Center BART

A 24-year-old man is in custody on suspicion of shooting and killing another man at BART’s Civic Center station in San Francisco on Thursday night, according to the transit agency. Shane Holman, a San Francisco resident, was arrested following the shooting reported around 8:30 p.m. Investigators determined that the victim,

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04 Feb 2022

SF Man Shot After Confronting Someone Breaking into His Car

A 38-year-old man was shot and injured while confronting someone who was trying to break into his vehicle in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood on Thursday night, according to police. The shooting was reported around 9:20 p.m. in the area of Ninth and Howard streets. The victim was taken

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27 Jan 2022


By Ashley A. Smith EdSource The nation’s largest public university system has signaled plans to eliminate the use of standardized tests like the SAT and ACT for admission to its 23 campuses. California State University trustees heard a recommendation Wednesday from the system’s admissions advisory committee to remove the standardized

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