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Here’s the latest for Tuesday July 28th: Barr testifies before House committee; Depp leaves court after end of libel case; Fire guts several buildings in San Francisco; Virgin Galactic uneils Spaceshiptwo interiors.

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Multiple buildings burn in San Francisco fire

An early morning five-alarm fire burned six commercial buildings in San Francisco on Tuesday. Fire officials said more than one hundred people worked in the buildings. No workers were believed to be inside when the fire started. (July 28)

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San Francisco delays return of bars, indoor dining

San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced Tuesday that a planned July 13 date to resume indoor dining at restaurants and outdoor service at bars will be delayed. (July 7)

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Citing bias, SFPD to restrict release of mug shots

San Francisco police will stop releasing the mug shots of people who have been arrested unless they pose a threat to the public. Police Chief Bill Scott says the new policy is aimed at stopping the spread of negative stereotypes of minorities. (July 1)

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Major coronavirus outbreak at San Quentin prison

San Quentin prison officials are trying to stop a spike in coronavirus cases ravaging inside the state prison just north of San Francisco. About 1,100 prisoners have now tested positive for COVID-19.  (July 1)

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San Francisco rallies for Juneteenth and Black Lives Matter | AFP

Hundreds of protesters in San Francisco mark Juneteenth, the end of slavery and liberation of black people in the US by marching through downtown and calling for increased funding for schools and black youth.

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Begun in the South, Juneteenth also on West Coast

Although Juneteenth celebrations began in the South, the West Coast saw several large gatherings Friday. Thousands of demonstrators rallied peacefully to protest racial injustice and police brutality in Oakland, San Francisco and Seattle. (June 19)

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San Francisco restaurants restart outdoor dining

San Francisco’s renowned culinary scene emerged from coronavirus-forced hibernation Friday as restaurants in the city were allowed to reopen, three months after closing due to the pandemic, for outdoor dining only. (June 12)

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On This Day :10 June 2003

Future Broadway musical smash “Wicked” premiered in San Francisco. (June 10)

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San Francisco to aid victims of police violence

San Francisco’s progressive new prosecutor will expand victim compensation services to the victims and witnesses of police violence. (June 9)

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Thousands in San Francisco demand justice for Floyd

Thousands of demonstrators filled the streets in San Francisco, Sacramento, Simi Valley, San Diego and other locations across California on Saturday, continuing more than a week of protest marches expressing outrage over the death of George Floyd. (June 6)

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Thousands march in San Francisco for black rights | AFP

At least ten thousand protesters attend a youth-led black rights rally in San Francisco demanding justice and equality for black people, one week after the death of George Floyd. Floyd’s death has reignited long-felt anger over police killings of African-Americans and unleashed a nationwide wave of civil unrest unlike any seen in the US since King’s 1968 assassination. Three of the four Minneapolis police officers who arrested Floyd on May 25 for allegedly passing a counterfeit bill were to make their first court appearance, meanwhile, to face charges of aiding and abetting his murder. The fourth policeman, white officer Derek Chauvin, who was filmed kneeling on Floyd’s neck for nearly nine minutes as he said “I can’t breathe,” has been charged with second-degree murder and appeared before a judge last week.

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Here’s the latest for Thursday June 4th: Congressional Democrats prepare police reform measures; New York City enforces curfew; One NYPD officer stabbed, two shot; Wildfire northeast of San Francisco.

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Calif. wildfire: Homes burned, evacuations ordered

A grass fire burning northeast of San Francisco destroyed or damaged about a dozen homes Wednesday and prompted evacuations of several streets, fire officials said. (June 4)

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ShowBiz Minute: Foxx, Lee, Blackout

Jamie Foxx joins kneel-in protest in San Francisco; Spike Lee releases short film “3 Brothers” to protest death of George Floyd; Music industry observes day-long “blackout” on Tuesday. (June 2)

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Jamie Foxx protests with faith leaders, activists

Actor and activist Jamie Foxx was in San Francisco Monday with community and religious leaders to protest police violence and racism. (June 1)

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On This Day: 31 May 1930

Hollywood icon Clint Eastwood was born in San Francisco. (May 31)

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Here’s the latest for Monday May 25th: Beaches draw holiday weekend crowds; President Trump to observe Memorial Day; San Francisco fire hits fishing industry; Earthquake in New Zealand.

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Here are the top stories for Saturday, May 23rd: Fire destroys San Francisco warehouse; Spain far-right demo against virus’ govt handling; Funeral prayers of two victims of Pakistan crash; Thai scientists test COVID19 vaccine on monkeys.

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Fire destroys San Francisco warehouse

A fire engulfed a warehouse on San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf early Saturday, sending a thick plume of smoke over the waterfront and threatening to spread to a historic World War II-era ship before firefighters brought the flames under control. (May 23)

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Coyotes serenade San Francisco with their howls

Two coyotes recently decided to serenade the city of San Francisco. A resident caught the pair on video Monday howling from a hilltop overlooking the city. (May 22)

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Virus prompts city to okay tent camps for homeless

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, San Francisco is creating “safe sleeping villages” that allow homeless residents to maintain social distance and good hygiene in authorized tent encampments that provide food, toilets and washing stations. (May 22)

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Coyotes serenade San Francisco with their howls

Two coyotes recently decided to serenade the city of San Francisco. A resident caught the pair on video Monday howling from a hilltop overlooking the city. (May 22)

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San Francisco retail reopens for curbside service

San Francisco is slowly starting to reopen after weeks of shelter-in-place rules due to COVID-19. Retail stores in San Francisco, forced to close two months ago, are now allowed to offer curbside pickup of everything from clothing to cookware. (May 18)

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