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More Than 21,000 Whooping Cases Reported Last Year

More Than 21,000 Whooping Cases Reported Last Year

Federal health officials said more than 21,000 people got whooping cough last year, the highest number since 2005 and among the highest totals in the last 50 years.

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Golden Gate Bridge Set For Renovations

Golden Gate Bridge Set For Renovations

The main cables of the Golden Gate Bridge are being renovated for the first time since the span opened in 1937.

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Casting Call: Hemingway & Gellhorn

Casting Call: Hemingway & Gellhorn

A new HBO Production – “Hemingway & Gellhorn”, about the relationship between Ernest Hemingway (Clive Owens) and Martha Gellhorn (Nicole Kidman) – is underway and they are looking for some extras. But the specifics are, well, pretty specific.

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White House Will No Longer Defend Anti Same-Sex Marriage Laws

White House Will No Longer Defend Anti Same-Sex Marriage Laws

In a move in support of gay marriage and LGBT equality rights across the country, the Obama Administration has announced that it will no longer be defending the Defense of Marriage Act, a federal law passed 15 years ago that defines marriage as being that…

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Apple to Unveil iPad 2 Next Week

Apple to Unveil iPad 2 Next Week

Tech fans around the world could be in for more exciting news from Apple, as the company is set to unveil the next generation of its ever-popular tablet computer, with the launch of the iPad 2 in San Francisco next week.

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Matt Gonzalez = Public Defender’s New Chief Attorney

Matt Gonzalez = Public Defender’s New Chief Attorney

Matt Gonzalez, progressive, Green Party poster boy and man-about-town, has been appointed the new Chief Attorney for the SF Public Defender’s Office. He will be in charge of all internal operations for the Public Defender’s Office as well as the budget.

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Snow in SF?

Snow in SF?

Yes, you read that correctly. Some crazy cold front sweeping down from Alaska may (the key word being “may”) bring snow to San Francisco. If we do get the white fluffy stuff, it will be the first time since 1976. Be prepared for mass chaos…

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Photos: Chinese New Year Community Street Fair

Photos: Chinese New Year Community Street Fair

It’s the Year of the Rabbit and amidst blustery winds and relentless downpours, thousands came out to celebrate the lunar new year. Festivities have been going on for weeks and SF Station photographer Casey Holtz was on hand to capture the goings on at the…

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Photos: Candlestick Park Flea Market

Photos: Candlestick Park Flea Market

The weather cleared up just in time for the monthly Candlestick Park Flea Market yesterday, and there were some great deals and interesting treasures to be found.

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Pilot Recycling Project Set to Begin at Golden Gate Park

Pilot Recycling Project Set to Begin at Golden Gate Park

Starting this spring, the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department will be launching a pilot project on the east end of Golden Gate Park, placing 22 recycling cans at some of the area’s more popular spots.

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Is Muni Chief Leaving for D.C.?

Is Muni Chief Leaving for D.C.?

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Executive Director Nathaniel Ford is a finalist for the position heading Washington D.C.’s airport authority.

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Bay to Breakers 100th running could be its last

Bay to Breakers 100th running could be its last

History is in the making as we approach Bay to Breakers’ Centennial anniversary. While race organizers can’t confirm the May 15th race will be the last, financial uncertainties put the future of this annual San Francisco event up in the air: There is no title…

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