Trisha Thadani, Washington Post

Trisha Thadani

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San Francisco, CA, United States

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Past articles by Trisha:

Apple event 2023 highlights: iPhone 15, Pro features and Apple Watch 9 announced

Apple’s 2023 event showcased the new iPhone 15, Pro and its colors alongside the new Apple Watch series 9. → Read More

Cruise CEO says backlash to driverless cars is ‘sensationalism’

Cruise CEO Kyle Vogt said much of the angst officials and residents here have with his technology is due to “sensationalism.” → Read More

Affirmative action ruling could be a blow to diversity in tech

The tech industry, which has already struggled with diversity, could become more homogeneous in the wake of the Supreme Court's decision on affirmative action. → Read More

San Francisco may soon get 24/7 driverless cabs. City leaders are fuming.

San Franciscans may soon be able to hail a fully-autonomous robo-taxi. City officials aren't happy about that. → Read More

Apple valued at $3 trillion, first company to ever reach milestone

Apple hits $3 million market cap for the first time ever Friday, a huge milestone for any tech company. → Read More

AI is coming for jobs, but it might be San Francisco’s best hope

San Francisco leaders are looking toward AI to usher in another tech boom for the beleaguered city and salvage its reputation as the epicenter of innovation. → Read More

Hundreds in S.F. honor MLK’s legacy with march, music and celebration

The march began at Fourth and King streets and snaked its way to Yerba Buena Gardens,... → Read More

Storm damage has closed sections of many Bay Area highways. Here’s where

Sunday night’s heavy rainfall was the latest system to sweep through the Bay Area, which... → Read More

California storm: Flood advisories issued for 6 Bay Area counties from ‘excessive rainfall’

The bomb cyclone lingers over California, but weather models show the storm will be on the move. Flood advisories issued for 6 Bay Area counties due to rain. → Read More

Major delays on BART, buses running from Embarcadero to Oakland

The delays, which impacted the San Francisco line in the East Bay and Daly City... → Read More

Fast-spreading Electra Fire in Amador County prompts evacuations

Evacuations were ordered Monday evening in Amador County due to a fire burning south of... → Read More

S.F. special election: School board members recalled, Assembly race heads to runoff

Voters in San Francisco chose to recall three members of the Board of Education in... → Read More

Fentanyl is a public health crisis in San Francisco. These stories show why it’s so difficult for victims to escape its grip

Fentanyl is devastating San Francisco, and many of the city’s dead have been found within blocks of each other in the Tenderloin and South of Market. The Chronicle followed people locked in its grip as they try to survive the sprawling opioid epidemic on their own. → Read More

Outside Lands 2021 opens with few worries about COVID-19

While attendees must show proof of vaccination or a negative coronavirus test to enter, there were hardly any signs that there is still a pandemic raging on. → Read More

What San Francisco is saying about the future of the indoor mask mandate

San Francisco requires masks in most indoor public spaces, but the city’s health... → Read More

S.F. is closing its homeless hotels. But with more federal funding on tap, advocates are pushing back

The decision comes at a critical time for San Francisco, which recently began winding... → Read More

San Francisco has a new vaccine mandate. Here's everything you need to know

The city’s strict proof of vaccination rule took effect on Friday. Here are answers to... → Read More

San Francisco to become first major U.S. city to mandate full vaccination for many indoor activities

The city will require proof of full vaccination against the coronavirus for a variety of... → Read More

At least 2,700 San Francisco employees have not been vaccinated. Some are front-line workers

The overwhelming majority of San Francisco’s workforce is vaccinated against the... → Read More

S.F. Mayor Breed to be fined nearly $23,000 for series of 'significant' ethics violations while in office

The proposedagreement from the city’s Ethics Commission, obtained by the Chronicle,... → Read More