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SF Man Shines Shoes, Sleeps in Streets in San Francisco's Tough Economy

SF Man Shines Shoes, Sleeps in Streets in San Francisco's Tough Economy

For years, Lester Harris has been shining shoes at his stand just steps from San Francisco’s Market and Powell streets. But unlike his fellow working folk who head home after a long day on the job, Harris has no...

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Dismantled Division Street Encampment Now Spread Across San Francisco

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Once Gritty SF Hotel Now Helping Aid Homeless

Once Gritty SF Hotel Now Helping Aid Homeless

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Nearly 7,000 People in San Francisco Live Without a Home

Nearly 7,000 People in San Francisco Live Without a Home

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Homeless Man and Dog Scrape for Survival in SF Streets

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Model Olympian: Kayla Harrison

In 2012, Kayla Harrison won the United States' first-ever gold medal in judo. View gallery

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SF Passes Most Expansive Styrofoam Ban in US

SF Passes Most Expansive Styrofoam Ban in US

San Francisco on Tuesday adopted the nation’s most extensive ban on Styrofoam, according to the supervisors who sponsored the legislation.

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SF Parking Control Officer Hurt in Collision in SoMa

SF Parking Control Officer Hurt in Collision in SoMa

A parking control officer was injured when an SUV exiting the freeway struck her vehicle in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood Wednesday morning, police and San Francisco Municipal Transportation...

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