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San Francisco Expands Free Public Wi-Fi Access

San Francisco Expands Free Public Wi-Fi Access

San Francisco launched free Wi-Fi access at more than 30 public parks, plazas and recreation areas on Wednesday, thanks to a grant from Google.

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35,000 Walruses Come Ashore in Alaska

35,000 Walruses Come Ashore in Alaska

An estimated 35,000 Pacific walruses were photographed Saturday as they came ashore near an Eskimo village in Alaska, The Associated Press reported.

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SFFD Battalion Chiefs Turn Up Heat on Hayes-White

SFFD Battalion Chiefs Turn Up Heat on Hayes-White

San Francisco’s mayor received another letter expressing no confidence in San Francisco’s embattled fire chief on Wednesday. This time it’s from the department’s battalion chiefs.

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Oklahoma Beheading Suspect Denied Bond

Oklahoma Beheading Suspect Denied Bond

An Oklahoma man accused of beheading a co-worker and stabbing another at a food processing plant last week was ordered held without bond Wednesday, NBC News reported.

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U.Va. Abduction Suspect Investigated in 2003 Sex Assault

U.Va. Abduction Suspect Investigated in 2003 Sex Assault

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Hazmat Team Investigates South Bay Fish Deaths

Hazmat Team Investigates South Bay Fish Deaths

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Artist Creates Huge Portrait in Lawn of the National Mall

Artist Creates Huge Portrait in Lawn of the National Mall

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Catholics File Civil Rights Complaint Challenging Abortion Order

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Underground Comic Publisher Launches Kickstarter Campaign

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SF Reaches $15M Settlement in Park Death

SF Reaches $15M Settlement in Park Death

San Francisco will pay $15 million to the family of a woman who was fatally struck by a city pickup truck last year while she lay with her baby in a public park.

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SF Reaches $15M Settlement in Park Death

SF Reaches $15M Settlement in Park Death

San Francisco will pay $15 million to the family of a woman who was fatally struck by a city pickup truck last year while she lay with her baby in a public park.

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SFFD Battalion Chiefs Turn Up Heat on Hayes-White

SFFD Battalion Chiefs Turn Up Heat on Hayes-White

San Francisco’s mayor received another letter expressing no confidence in San Francisco’s embattled fire chief on Wednesday. This time it’s from the department’s battalion chiefs.

Police: Robbers Targeting Women of Asian Indian Descent

Police: Robbers Targeting Women of Asian Indian Descent

Another string of gold-chain strong-arm robberies has hit Silicon Valley – this time in Santa Clara – where a suspect has been ripping off jewelry from the necks of women of Asian Indian Descent,...

Ebola Patient, Thomas Eric Duncan, Flew to Dallas Via D.C.

Ebola Patient, Thomas Eric Duncan, Flew to Dallas Via D.C.

The patient diagnosed with Ebola in Dallas has been identified as a Liberian man named Thomas Eric Duncan, health officials confirmed to NBC News and the Associated Press. He is believed to have flown to...

Hazmat Team Investigates South Bay Fish Deaths

Hazmat Team Investigates South Bay Fish Deaths

What is killing the fish in San Jose's Guadalupe River? It might be a combination of the drought and last week’s rain.