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San Francisco is the 12th most populous city in the U.S. During World War II, San Francisco was the port of embarkation for service members shipping out to the Pacific Theater. After the war, the confluence of returning servicemen, massive immigration, liberalizing attitudes, and other factors led to the Summer of Love and the gay rights movement, cementing San Francisco as a center of liberal activism in the U.S.

Population: 808977
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Chronicle
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco 49ers (NFL) San Francisco Giants (MLB)
Local Colleges: University of California - San Francisco Golden Gate University

Zip Codes associated with san francisco, california: 94102 94103 94104 94105 94107 94108 94109 94110 94111 94112 94114 94115 94116 94117 94118 94121 94122 94123 94124 94127 94129 94130 94131 94132 94133 94134
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Find vintage jewelry in Martinez, French antiques in San Francisco.

The owner of The Butler & The Chef in San Francisco scours Parisian flea markets for kitchen crockery, bar ware, furniture and more. Having been cooped up much of the rainy season, I found the recent weeks a great time to get out and explore shops and shows.

San Francisco Creates Legal Office To Defend Illegal Immigrants From Deportation

The San Francisco public defender's office launched a new unit Tuesday dedicated to representing illegal immigrants faced with deportation and focused on providing local tax money for cases heard in the city's federal immigration courts. The special immigration division, one of only three such programs in the country, consists of three deputy public defenders and a paralegal , reports NBC Bay Area.

VIDEO: San Francisco opens newest homeless navigation center in Dogpatch with neighborhood support

The newest addition to San Francisco's Dogpatch neighborhood features a sunny deck, views of cranes at the waterfront and a welcoming atmosphere, and is expected to fill up quickly. It's not a beer garden or lunch spot, however, but rather the new Central Waterfront Navigation Center, a 64-bed shelter intended to help get the chronically homeless off the streets.

Mysterious Shotgun Toter Killed In Late Night South San Francisco Fracas

A scary morning in South San Francisco, as a yet-unidentified man wandering the streets with a shotgun was shot and killed by police. As of this morning, the police have still not determined a motive, and one officer was injured in the exchange of gunfire.

Those colorful dots along San Francisco curbs might keep you from

Jake Munoz has worked in the Mosquito Abatement Courier program in San Francisco for six seasons, distributing larvicide tablets in city storm drains and marking each finished drain with spray paint. Jake Munoz has worked in the Mosquito Abatement Courier program in San Francisco for six seasons, distributing larvicide tablets in city storm drains and marking each finished drain with spray paint.

San Francisco finally passes affordable housing law

Since late 2015, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and some city lawmakers struggled to push through a new law that grants extra floors and extra units to developers in exchange for more affordable housing. The Affordable Housing Bonus Program- called "Home SF" for short-finally passed at the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday on a 10-1 vote.

Police fatally shoot armed man in South San Francisco

Police shot and killed a man armed with a shotgun late Tuesday night in a residential neighborhood, according to a press release. It marks the second fatal officer-involved shooting in the Bay Area in four days.

VIDEO: Inside San Francisco's Rat Cafe

Guests will be treated to coffee and a snack from the Rat Cafe, and then the rats come out to play. Ambassador rats are taken to each table to get to know those who may or may not have ever seen a rat up close, much less touch one.

Is San Francisco's App Spying on Commuters?

An app that allows users to report crimes on public transit also collects anonymous data. The city denies it's used to track commuters, but one lawsuit alleges otherwise.

Massive slide on iconic highway part of $1 billion in damage

A massive landslide that went into the Pacific Ocean is the latest natural disaster to hit a California community that relies heavily on an iconic coastal highway and tourism to survive, and it adds to a record $1 billion in highway damage from one of the state's wettest winters in decades. The weekend slide in Big Sur buried a portion of Highway 1 under a 40-foot layer of rock and dirt and changed the coastline below to include what now looks like a rounded skirt hem, Susana Cruz, a spokeswoman with the California Department of Transportation, said Tuesday.

Woman arrested for trying to kidnap 2-year-old boy in San Francisco

San Francisco police spokesman Officer Robert Rueca says the two were walking together when a woman approached them in front of the Ferry Building. The child was not injured.

Road Trip: Mendocino to San Francisco, California

Part four of our Seattle to San Diego journey follows California Highway 1 from the dramatic headlands of Mendocino to the renowned skyline of San Francisco. Along the way, you'll discover a string of small, beautiful towns with superb restaurants, sophisticated bakeries, iconic inns, picturesque lighthouses, and one of the great national seashores.

MBTA app maker sued in San Francisco

Elerts Corp. of Weymouth, which makes a "see something, say something" security app for riders of MBTA buses and trains, was hit by a class action lawsuit filed Monday in a San Francisco federal court. The plaintiff alleges that an Elerts app offered by the Bay Area Rapid Transit District can be used to track locations and identities of users without their permission.

$42 million San Francisco penthouse floor plan will drop, shatter your jaw

Perhaps these rendered images didn't due it full justice, but one look at the floor plans for the upcoming 181 Fremont penthouse, currently under construction in San Francisco's Yerba Buena neighborhood, will have you gasping for air. Whether you're shocked by the unabashed expansiveness of the top-floor home or appalled by its audacity, the layout for the 6,941-square-foot penthouse is hard to ignore.

Last-minute attack may foil proposed SF density housing law

An affordable housing advocacy group is trying to come between the moderate and progressive wings on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors , just as they close in on passing housing density legislation that has taken two years to craft. The proposed law, which goes before the board on Tuesday, would allow developers to build taller structures in exchange for making 30 percent of the units in their projects affordable.

United flight diverted to SFO due to unruly passenger

A man wearing a Make America Great Again hat caused a disruption on a United Airlines flight from Shanghai to Newark, forcing the plane to land at San Francisco International Airport, A passenger wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat and calling fellow air travelers "lesbian" and "Hillary" caused his United Airlines flight from Shanghai to New Jersey to be delayed seven hours and make an unexpected stop in San Francisco to replace a tired crew, officials and witnesses said Monday. The man, whose names was not released, was pulled off the plane in Shanghai as fellow passengers chanted, "Lock him up" and "Charge him," according to videos of the incident posted on social media.

Trump administration approves $650M for Caltrain

The Trump administration has agreed to fully fund a $650 million federal grant for electrification of a San Francisco Bay Area train system that would also help California's high-speed rail project. The Federal Transit Administration announced its decision on the Caltrain funding request Monday.

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