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344 Accidental Overdose Deaths Happened In SF So Far in 2021, Most of Those From Fentanyl
The opioid crisis persists in San Francisco, and a new report confirms how dire the situation, with 344 accidental overdose deaths so far this year, and thousands of lives likely saved by Narcan.
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344 Accidental Overdose Deaths Happened In SF So Far in 2021, Most of Those From Fentanyl
Monsoonal Moisture Brings Small Chance of Lightning and Rain to Bay Area
Seasonal monsoonal moisture from the Southwest is moving across California today, bringing with it some chance of thunder and lightning, most likely concentrated closer to the Sierra and in the North Bay.
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Monsoonal Moisture Brings Small Chance of Lightning and Rain to Bay Area
Monday Morning Headlines: More Mask Orders Coming, Including From CDC
The Dixie Fire prompts more evacuations in Plumas County, a reckless driver crashed into multiple parked cars in the Richmond, and the CDC is considering revised mask guidance for vaccinated people in indoor spaces.
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Monday Morning Headlines: More Mask Orders Coming, Including From CDC
[Update] SF Bar Coalition Announces Proof of Vaccination Will Be Required to Come Indoors Starting Thursday
As COVID-19 cases trend upward " with SF recently recording its highest number of new infections in one day since mid-January " the San Francisco Bar Owner Alliance's president announced at least 85% of local bar owners support requiring proof of vaccination for people drinking indoors.
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[Update] SF Bar Coalition Announces Proof of Vaccination Will Be Required to Come Indoors Starting Thursday
Five-Hour Foot Chase in San Francisco Leads to Successful Dog Rescue (and Later Reunion)
On July 7, San Francisco animal control officers found themselves in an hours-long pursuit near Oracle Park that had them maneuvering through parked cars and across railroad tracks to retrieve Nieve, a white terrier mix. This past Friday, the very good doggo was reunited with her doting family.
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Five-Hour Foot Chase in San Francisco Leads to Successful Dog Rescue (and Later Reunion)
SF Just Recorded As Many New COVID Cases In a Day As In Mid-January
New cases of COVID-19 are popping up in San Francisco and elsewhere in the Bay Area in what is clearly a fourth wave of the pandemic, and everyone is clearly anxious and exhausted.
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SF Just Recorded As Many New COVID Cases In a Day As In Mid-January
Sunday Links: Dixie Fire Merges With Fly Fire as It Approaches 200,000 Acres in Size
Two young white men were arrested after vandalizing a BLM mural in Santa Cruz, the Walgreens at 81st Avenue in Oakland is set to close (which could create a local "pharmacy desert"), and the Dixie Fire grew nearly 10,000 acres overnight " with its northeastern perimeter joining the Fly Fire.
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Sunday Links: Dixie Fire Merges With Fly Fire as It Approaches 200,000 Acres in Size
Dixie Fire Explodes to 181,289 Acres; Increased Smoke Causes Problems for Air Tankers
Since starting July 14, the Dixie Fire has grown to over 181,289 acres in size – or roughly an area six times the acreage of San Francisco. And it's still only 19% contained.
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Dixie Fire Explodes to 181,289 Acres; Increased Smoke Causes Problems for Air Tankers
Saturday Links: San Francisco-Marin Food Bank Gave Out Twice as Much Food in 2020 as Prior Year
An East Bay warehouse fire caused temporary outages Saturday morning, a body recovered in the San Pablo Bay is believed to belong to a local missing teen, and the pandemic absolutely worsened hunger in the Bay Area – with the SF-Marin food bank dealing out 80 million pounds of food in 2020, alone.
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Saturday Links: San Francisco-Marin Food Bank Gave Out Twice as Much Food in 2020 as Prior Year
Day Around the Bay: Stanford to Require All Students Be Vaccinated for Fall Semester
There's a small chance of dry lightning early next week, Monterey's beloved (and pun-filled) Artichoke Festival is slated to return this weekend, and all Stanford students enrolled in the fall semester must now show proof of vaccination before returning to class.
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Day Around the Bay: Stanford to Require All Students Be Vaccinated for Fall Semester
Disabled Woman Tells Harrowing Tale of Mentally Ill Man Who Walked Into Her Corona Heights Home and Wouldn't Leave
A disabled woman who can not walk due to multiple sclerosis says that 39-year-old Brandon Paillett walked into her apartment on Roosevelt Way in the Corona Heights neighborhood near the Castro on Tuesday night, muttering to himself, and refused to leave.
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Disabled Woman Tells Harrowing Tale of Mentally Ill Man Who Walked Into Her Corona Heights Home and Wouldn't Leave
Much-Delayed Hayes Valley Trader Joe's Wins Approval at Last
A Trader Joe's that's been in the planning stages pretty much forever for the new building at 555 Fulton just received its final approval from the SF Planning Commission.
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Much-Delayed Hayes Valley Trader Joe's Wins Approval at Last
Elderly Woman Dies Following Alamo Square Hit and Run
An 88-year-old woman was struck by a vehicle that then fled the scene near Alamo Square Park on Wednesday evening, and now there is an unconfirmed report that the woman has died.
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Elderly Woman Dies Following Alamo Square Hit and Run
Once Again, Data Shows Pandemic Exodus Has Swung the Other Way and Everyone's Moving Back to SF
Postal service data shows net migration out of the city is back to pre-pandemic levels, but a lot of people are still moving around.
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Once Again, Data Shows Pandemic Exodus Has Swung the Other Way and Everyone's Moving Back to SF
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