Janie Har, The Associated Press

Janie Har

The Associated Press

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Janie:

San Francisco’s ousted DA Chesa Boudin won’t run for old seat

Chesa Boudin said sitting out the November election does not preclude him for running in 2023 for a full four-year term. → Read More

San Francisco’s ousted DA won’t run for old seat

Chesa Boudin said sitting out the November election does not preclude him for running in 2023 for a full four-year term. → Read More

Ousted prosecutor Chesa Boudin won't run for his old seat

Ousted San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin, who was recalled from his post in June, said Thursday that he will not campaign for his old seat in the November election. → Read More

Paul Pelosi pleads not guilty to DUI misdemeanor charges

The husband of U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi pleaded not guilty Wednesday to → Read More

Nancy Pelosi's husband Paul Pelosi pleads not guilty to DUI charges

The husband of U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi pleaded not guilty Wednesday to misdemeanor driving under the influence charges related to a May crash in Norther → Read More

California not ready to declare monkeypox emergency

The director of the California Department of Public Health says it is focused on getting accurate information to the public and expanding testing. → Read More

California not ready to declare monkeypox emergency

The director of the California Department of Public Health says it is focused on getting accurate information to the public and expanding testing. → Read More

Some schools build affordable housing to retain teachers

A San Francisco Bay Area school district built subsidized housing for teachers and staff who could not afford market rent → Read More

Some schools build affordable housing to retain teachers

A San Francisco Bay Area school district built subsidized housing for teachers and staff who could not afford market rent → Read More

San Francisco subway train shooting kills 1, wounds another

One man was killed and another was wounded in a shooting on a San Francisco subway train Wednesday that ended in the city's historically LGBTQ neighborhood just days before Pride celebrations, police said. → Read More

San Francisco ousts liberal DA Chesa Boudin in heated recall

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — San Francisco residents voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to recall progressive District Attorney Chesa Boudin following a heated campaign that captivated the country and bitterly divided Democrats over crime, policing and public safety reform in the famously liberal city. → Read More

San Francisco ousts liberal DA Chesa Boudin in heated recall

San Francisco on Tuesday voted to recall progressive District Attorney Chesa Boudin in a heated campaign that bitterly divided Democrats over crime, policing and public safety reform. → Read More

San Francisco could vote out progressive DA in heated recall

San Francisco’s progressive district attorney, elected on a platform of reducing incarceration, faces a recall election driven by a pandemic in which brutal attacks against Asian seniors and viral footage of smash-and-grab robberies tested residents’ famously liberal political bent. → Read More

California details racist past in slave reparations report

By JANIE HAR Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO — The slavery reparations movement hit a watershed moment Wednesday with the release of an exhaustive report detailing California’s role in p… → Read More

Slave reparations advocates hail historic California report

California released an exhaustive report detailing how government laws and policies perpetuated discrimination against African Americans → Read More

California to unveil groundbreaking slavery reparations report

California’s first-in-the-nation task force on reparations for African Americans will release a report Wednesday documenting in detail the harms perpetuated by the state and recommending steps to address those wrongs. → Read More

California to unveil groundbreaking slavery reparations report

California’s first-in-the-nation task force on reparations for African Americans will release a report Wednesday documenting in detail the harms perpetuated by the state and recommending steps to address those wrongs. → Read More

California to unveil groundbreaking slave reparations report

California’s first-in-the-nation task force on reparations for African Americans will release a report Wednesday documenting in detail the harms perpetuated by the state and recommending steps to address those wrongs, including expanded voter registration, making it easier to hold violent police accountable and improving Black neighborhoods. → Read More

Housing shortage, soaring rents squeeze US college students

The lack of affordable housing could mean the difference between going to college or not. It could also mean missing out on extracurricular activities. → Read More

Housing shortage, soaring rents squeeze US college students

College students squeezed by a massive housing shortage and rising rents are living in motels, commuting long distances or sleeping in their cars → Read More