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Feds Cut Funding to Laguna Honda Hospital, Putting Future in Doubt

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services ended the hospital’s participation in its programs, triggered by the hospital’s failure to fix all its deficiencies by the end of a six-month period.

City Accuses Construction Companies of Pollution, Zoning Law Violations Near Candlestick Point

Residents of Bay View and Hunter’s Point began complaining of excessive dust in the area starting in January 2021.

16-Year-Old Girl Found Dead Near SF Civic Center Identified, Investigation Continues

Homicide detectives are investigating the death of a 16-year-old girl found near the Civic Center.

A $4,000 Bonus for Teachers and Raises for Subs Part of Tentative Educators’ Union Contract

The school district’s superintendent acknowledged that teachers are working ‘through a moment in history with challenges we have never faced before.’

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SF Beaches, Coastal Access Areas Closed Amid Tsunami Advisory

The NWS advised residents to move off the beach and out of harbors and marinas.

Five Bay Area Counties with High Vax Rates Get Exemptions from New State Mask Mandate

Statewide rules requiring indoor masking that went into effect Wednesday won’t apply in SF, neighboring counties.

SF Restaurant Snubs Police Officers, Then Backtracks Amid Social Media Buzz

Restaurant owners apologize for “mistake” after blowback.

California Attorney General Announces Five Convicted in One of State’s Largest Retail Theft Rings

The retail crimes involve $8 million in stolen merchandise from stores throughout the Bay Area.

District Attorney Boudin Charges SF Police Officer in 2017 Shooting, Second Such Case in City History

Officer Kenneth Cha faces manslaughter charge for shooting of a mentally ill man at his home on Capitol Ave.