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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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Risky teen leadership retreats come under fire as operators mull

Derogatory slurs for Latino's are seen as they are written on a white board during the stereotyping exercise at Camp Everytown in Boulder Creek, California on Wednesday, October 11, 2017. Derogatory slurs for Latino's are seen as they are written on a white board during the stereotyping exercise at Camp Everytown in Boulder Creek, California on Wednesday, October 11, 2017.

Backup driver in fatal Uber crash was distracted, Arizona police

The human backup driver in an autonomous Uber SUV was streaming the television show "The Voice" on her phone and looking downward just before fatally striking a pedestrian in suburban Phoenix, according to a police report. The 300-page report released Thursday night by police in Tempe revealed that Rafaela Vasquez had been streaming the musical talent show via Hulu in the 43 minutes before the March 18 crash that killed Elaine Herzberg as she crossed a darkened road outside the lines of a crosswalk.

Complaints allege racist graffiti, nooses at SF work site

Craig Ogans, one of the victims, speaks at a press conference at John L. Burris law offices in Oakland on Thursday, June 21, 2018. Oakland Calif.

Estranged husband wanted in slaying of woman in SF is found dead

San Francisco police released this photo of Robert Riley, a suspect in the killing of his wife, Vanessa Palma, on June 7, 2018, in San Francisco. San Francisco police released this photo of Robert Riley, a suspect in the killing of his wife, Vanessa Palma, on June 7, 2018, in San Francisco.

Red flag warning, indicating extreme fire danger, released for

The National Weather Service on Friday issued a red flag warning, indicating extreme fire danger, in the East Bay and North Bay hills as higher-than-normal temperatures are coupled with Diablo winds. As high pressure builds over the region, temperatures will peak on Saturday, with coastal areas in the mid-80s and inland areas soaring into the 90s and 100s.

Gay Pride parades used to mean protests. Now they're an excuse for straight kids to party

Pride parades were born from radical protests. Recently, however, they've become the latest excuse for straight kids to party.

A new kind of wine club

Rachel Milstein, far right, and Brian Shank, right, talk with Martin Sheehan-Stross, far left, co-founder of Foot of the Bed Cellars and associate Max Reinertsen, left, talk about the wines featured in the company's subscription this month. Photo by Veronica Weber.

Gavin Newsom should have no trouble finding more votes

As the primary election vote count drags on, not to reach a final tally until July 6, one large question confronts Gavin Newsom, winner of a plurality of the vote in the preliminary round of this year's run for governor: Where will he get another 17 percent of the vote, beyond the nearly 34 percent he took in that first round? Even though Newsom and his campaign staff glossed over this question all spring, now it has become an urgent matter they must confront. For Newsom drew about 30 percent support in the first polls in the race, taken way back in the spring of 2017, and that's not far from where he ended up on Election Night.

People donate millions to help separated families

Kate Woodbury and other Wilmington residents hold up signs as they protested the Trump Administration's family separation policies during a Keep Families Together Rally outside of Rep. David Rouzer's office Wednesday... . Beata Mariana de Jesus Mejia-Mejia, from Guatemala, speaks during an interview with The Associated Press, Wednesday, June 20, 2018, in Washington.

Internet providers' big money leaves a California net neutrality bill 'eviscerated'

State Sen. Scott Wiener , shown talking with Sen. Holly Mitchell in Sacramento in January, says his network neutrality bill was "eviscerated" by an Assembly committee on Wednesday. What a difference 60 days make.

Pride Weekend: Dolores Park is central, but here are some staff recommendations for food

Most people go there for the pie, but try the walnut scones and the vegan stew. The latter makes you feel oddly virtuous, even if you eat a piece of pie.

Scooters descend on Tahoe: 'Someone is going to get killed'

Livia Looper pushes LimeBike scooters in San Francisco, California, U.S., on Tuesday, May 15, 2018. Lime recently introduced the scooters to South Lake Tahoe, to mixed reviews.

Van Crashes Into Apartment Building In San Francisco

State Senator: Committee Gutted California Net Neutrality Bill Sen. Scott Wiener has been pushing legislation to revive regulations repealed by the FCC that prevented internet companies from exercising more control over what people watch and see over the internet. Look Before You Lock: Don't Leave Kids In Hot Cars With weekend temperatures expected to break 100 degrees, make sure to never leave children or pets unattended in cars.

Gun stolen from San Francisco deputy's truck outside Pinole gym

This is a file photo of a Glock 17 pistol like the one reportedly stolen from a San Francisco sheriff's deputy in Pinole on June 14. This is a file photo of a Glock 17 pistol like the one reportedly stolen from a San Francisco sheriff's deputy in Pinole on June 14. Click through to see violent crimes reported by Bay Area cities in 2016, starting with the cities that reported the highest incidents of violent crime. Statistics from the FBI Uniform Crime Report for 2016.

Six Present And Former Fitbit Workers Accused Of...

Six current and former employees of the FitBit Inc. fitness tracker company are due to appear before a U.S. magistrate in San Jose on July 9 on charges of possessing trade secrets stolen from a competitor. The present and former Fitbit workers previously worked for Jawbone, a San Francisco-based electronics and fitness tracking company run by AliphCom, and allegedly possessed the trade secrets after they took new jobs with San Francisco-based Fitbit in 2014 and 2015.

New book buries the Grateful Dead, and Lesh along with it

Phil Lesh performs at Levi's Stadium in 2015. The musicians didn't use a band name for the Fare Thee Well tour.

Supervisor Ronen unveils measure to combat Trump policies in San Francisco

In an effort to combat discriminatory federal practices, Supervisor Hillary Ronen today filed a proposed ballot measure that would provide protections for members of marginalized and minority groups that may have been affected by Trump Administration's policies. If passed by voters in November, it would allow the city to monitor activity at the local level and verify that resources are not being used for ICE deportation raids or in actions that infringe on the rights of city residents.

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