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Past articles by Natalia:

Fundraising efforts still underway for the Bay Bridge light installation

The light installation that brightened the Bay Bridge for a decade went dark this weekend as a fundraising goal to repair the lights still has a ways to go. → Read More

Recent Bay Area wet weather a big change from this time last year

Monday brought more rain and even some hail to San Francisco, but it’s not expected to last all day, and it’s a similar story around the Bay Area with sporadic showers and wind. → Read More

BREAKING: 4 people killed in shootings in Half Moon Bay, suspect in custody

The suspect drove himself to a substation at 537 Kelly Ave., where media was being directed by law enforcement. He was seen taken into custody with handcuffs on. → Read More

BREAKING: 4 people killed in shootings in Half Moon Bay, suspect in custody

The suspect drove himself to a substation at 537 Kelly Ave., where media was being directed by law enforcement. He was seen taken into custody with handcuffs on. → Read More

Yelp crowns San Francisco brunch spot best in California

Yelp has confirmed it, San Francisco knows good brunch. The online restaurant guide has released its top 100 brunch spots in California list for this year, and a San Francisco establishment has been ranked number 1. → Read More

The Instagram account making dating in the Bay Area a little easier

Overheard San Francisco has become a staple amongst young people living in the Bay Area. The account posts user-submitted snarky, funny comments and exchanges that people overhear others talking about. → Read More

Iconic San Francisco donut shop to open two new locations

Bob’s Donuts on Polk Street has been a Nob Hill mainstay since the 1960s. Open 24 hours, people line up at all times of day and night for the shop’s iconic apple fritters and giant donuts, as well as other more classic options. → Read More

2 San Francisco pizzerias ranked as best in the world in new list

Two San Francisco pizzerias have been added to the list of the best pizzerias in the world. The annual 50 Top Pizza World list includes establishments in Italy, New York, France, among others. → Read More

Bill to keep San Francisco bars open until 4 a.m. fails to get passed by state legislature

San Francisco partiers were dealt a blow on Wednesday after a bill that would have extended last call at bars, restaurants and clubs to 4 a.m. died on the Assembly floor. → Read More

Person jumps overboard from SF Bay ferry into Oakland Estuary

A passenger from a San Francisco Bay Ferry jumped overboard Sunday afternoon around 4 p.m. into the Oakland Estuary. Their condition is not yet known. → Read More

Decades-old Emeryville diner with storied history and Green Day connection to close

A beloved Emeryville restaurant that has been a mainstay in the community is closing after nearly 20 years. The previous operation in that location had been open since 1964. → Read More

Bay Area residents gravitate to one lucky liquor store for Mega Millions lottery tickets

At Ernie’s Liquor on South White Road in San Jose, business has especially been booming. Ernie’s is the store that in 2018 sold one of three Mega Millions winning tickets for the record $1.5 billion. → Read More

San Jose ban on the sale of flavored tobacco products officially goes into effect

Adults living in the South Bay city of San Jose will now have to look elsewhere to get their menthol cigarettes and bubblegum Juul pods starting Friday. → Read More

San Francisco 2nd worst-managed city in the country: Study

San Francisco is the second-worst run city in the United States in 2022, according to a study published last week by WalletHub, a finance website. → Read More

Recent large Bay Area celebrations not helping stem latest COVID-19 surge

The large public gatherings in recent weeks – from the Pride parade or the Warrior’s victory parade – have had some worried about the potential new COVID-19 transmission as the Bay Area continues to grapple with the latest surge. → Read More

Suspect at large after San Francisco Muni shooting that killed 1, injured another

San Francisco police continue to investigate Wednesday morning’s fatal shooting aboard a Muni train, with no arrests made so far. Police told a local lawmaker that the shooting occurred after a “heated verbal argument.” → Read More

Ghirardelli Square shop to unveil renovation masterminded by Apple store design firm

After an extensive remodel, the Ghirardelli Chocolate Experience Store at San Francisco’s Ghirardelli Square is reopening to the public on Friday with a brand new look – designed by the same design group that created Apple’s retail stores. → Read More

Oakland goats beloved by city and residents stolen from local nonprofit owner

A local Bay Area man had his beloved goats stolen over the weekend, likely to be sold for slaughter. The goats were part of a local nonprofit, the Beautification Council. → Read More

New California loan program offers forgiveness to first-time homebuyers

In a reflection of the times and in an effort to boost homeownership, California officials have announced a new program aimed to help encourage first-time homebuyers to take that step. → Read More

Man arrested after free-climbing San Francisco's Salesforce Tower in daring stunt

A man has been scaling San Francisco’s 60-floor Salesforce Tower with nothing keeping him secure, wearing a pair of gloves. The city’s fire department has responded to the scene. → Read More