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San Francisco is the 12th most populous city in the U.S. During World War II, San Francisco was the port of embarkation for service members shipping out to the Pacific Theater. After the war, the confluence of returning servicemen, massive immigration, liberalizing attitudes, and other factors led to the Summer of Love and the gay rights movement, cementing San Francisco as a center of liberal activism in the U.S.

Population: 808977
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Chronicle
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco 49ers (NFL) San Francisco Giants (MLB)
Local Colleges: University of California - San Francisco Golden Gate University

Zip Codes associated with san francisco, california: 94102 94103 94104 94105 94107 94108 94109 94110 94111 94112 94114 94115 94116 94117 94118 94121 94122 94123 94124 94127 94129 94130 94131 94132 94133 94134
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Here's what shuts down in a government shutdown

Congressional authorization for federal spending for many nonessential services expired at midnight EST Friday. Here is how a partial shutdown affects government services: National parks: Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Point Reyes National Seashore, Yosemite National Park and other parks would make site-by-site decisions as to what to close.

'Mine's real': Viral video shows security guard shooting fake

A video of a security guard thwarting a robbery attempt at a 7-Eleven in West Compton has gone viral over the past week. The robbery attempt occurred on December 30, but a video of the incident has surfaced online and racked up over 1 million views on YouTube this week.

See inside Ippudo's huge new San Francisco outpost

The ramen chain's massive outpost at 18 Yerba Buena Lane will be its first full-dining concept on the West Coast. For context, the Berkeley spot that opened last year is considered a "ramen house," a smaller space with a more compact menu.

January 19: Women's March 2018 a " San Francisco street closures, route, and time

After the success of the 2017 Women's March -prompted by the inauguration of President Donald Trump , the effort saw millions of people gathering to support women's rights-organizers have announced a series of anniversary events set to take place on Saturday, January 20. And one of those events will be right here in San Francisco . An estimated 100,000 people marched from Civic Center to the Embarcadero in 2017.

San Francisco Prepares for Historic Vote on Fossil Fuel Divestment

The decision will be seen as an early indication of whether or not the fossil fuel divestment movement can build on the momentum from last week's historic announcement that New York City would be divesting its pension funds and suing Big Oil for damages caused by climate change. "This is a definitive moment for San Francisco in the fight for a fossil free world.

The magical thinking that is rent control

A woman walks next to a "For Rent" sign at an apartment complex in Palo Alto Calif., Wednesday, July 19, 2006. With millions of Californians struggling under the burden of rising housing costs, it is no wonder that many are calling for rent control as one means of easing the burden on renters.

White House Considering San Francisco Fed's Williams for Fed Vice Chairman

The White House is considering John Williams, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, as a candidate to serve as the vice chairman of Federal Reserve Board in Washington, according to people familiar with the matter. Mr. Williams succeeded Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen as the San Francisco Fed leader in 2011, after Ms.

Buses carrying tech workers targeted outside San Francisco

Northern California authorities say multiple shuttle buses transporting Apple and Google employees had windows broken with unknown objects while traveling on a highway south of San Francisco on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018. Protesters in San Francisco, where tax incentives have lured tech firms, have previously targeted shuttle buses ferrying employees to and from Silicon Valley, saying technology workers were driving up rents and increasing the income divide.

Something for Everyone in San Francisco

A number of events will be happening when the photonics industry arrives in San Francisco in a couple of weeks. From comedy shows and live music to art shows and museums there is definitely something for everyone in the city by the bay.

Photos: K.Flay in concert at the Fillmore in San Francisco.

K.Flay in concert at the Fillmore in San Francisco, Calif., on Wednesday, January 17, 2018. A wooden duck made its rounds in the crowd during the K.Flay concert at the Fillmore in San Francisco, Calif., on Wednesday, January 17, 2018.

San Francisco, San Jose receive F grade from renters

Rental site ApartmentList released the results of its latest renter confidence survey this week, and the marks for San Francisco are grave albeit not surprising. The site's users who reside in San Francisco love the city overall, but are so disgruntled over the cost of living that they gave San Francisco an F grade in the affordability category.

California officials concerned about possible ICE sweeps

California's attorney general said Wednesday he is concerned about open-ended immigration sweeps at a time he and other state officials say the Trump administration should be concentrating on deporting dangerous felons. Attorney General Xavier Becerra said while it is the federal government's responsibility to protect the nation's borders, the goal should be public safety, not deporting otherwise law-abiding immigrants who are in the country illegally.

JUMP Bikes to launch dockless, electric bikeshare in San Francisco

Beginning Thursday, residents and visitors to San Francisco will have a new option for commuting and tooling about the city: dockless, electric bikes. JUMP Bikes is the latest company to enter the Bay Area market for short, one-way rentals and quick bicycle trips.

Man shot dead in San Francisco's Tenderloin in city's third

A Google street view image shows the intersection of Mason and Geary streets in San Francisco's Tenderloin, where a 35-year-old man was shot and killed early Sunday, police said. A Google street view image shows the intersection of Mason and Geary streets in San Francisco's Tenderloin, where a 35-year-old man was shot and killed early Sunday, police said.

Nonprofits and Small Galleries Featured at Untitled, San Francisco

Just as the art world starts to swing into high gear after the haze leftover from December's Miami Art Week and holiday hoopla, Untitled, San Francisco launched its second edition this past weekend. Over 50 exhibitors from 11 countries participated, with the notable addition of powerhouse New York and London gallery David Zwirner joining the lineup this year, an indicator of maturation for the budding Bay Area edition of the fair, which originally started in Miami Beach in 2012.

San Francisco man arrested after possible Vallejo burglary attemp, chase

A San Francisco man was arrested in Vallejo on Monday night after leading police on a foot and car chase, Vallejo Police Department Lt. Herman Robinson said.

Man Arrested, Charged In Fatal Stabbing Of Mother

A 65-year-old woman was fatally stabbed in San Francisco's Oceanview neighborhood Friday night by a man who appears to be her son. Hoda Nasar, a San Francisco resident, was found dead in the 300 block of Randolph Street around 10:30 p.m. Police released few details about the incident but indicated she was deceased at the scene and said they had arrested a 32-year-old man.

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