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SF Gate

SF residents dream big ahead of $1 billion Mega Millions lottery drawing

The Mega Millions jackpot reached $1 billion on Friday, luring veteran lottery players and newcomers to area convenience stores to try their luck. Banners in the windows of 19th Avenue Liquors in San

SF Giants owner gave $1K to PAC behind racist ad targeting black voters

A billionaire co-owner of the San Francisco Giants gave money to a political action committee behind a racist radio ad in Arkansas that features two women saying Democrats could bring back lynchings

NorCal statue of former president vandalized with mystery liquid

A statue of former President William McKinley in Arcata that has been a flashpoint of conflict in the Humboldt County city of 18,000 was defaced with acid this week, Lost Coast Outpost reported. Late

Crash on I-680 crash snarls morning commute, I-580 reopened

An accident on southbound Interstate 680 resulted in a severe traffic alert Thursday morning in Danville, authorities said. At 10:35 a.m., California Highway Patrol reported an accident south of El

Crash on I-580 crash snarls rush hour commute

A vehicle crash Thursday morning snarled rush-hour traffic on westbound Interstate 580 in San Leandro, authorities said. California Highway Patrol issued a severe traffic alert after an accident with

Boy who ate cookie baked with grandpa's ashes says it was like crunching sand

A boy at a Davis charter school says he was one of the students given a cookie laced with the cremated human remains of a classmate's grandparent.

Big bluefin tuna make California comeback decades of decline

Large Pacific bluefin tuna not seen in California waters for decades have reappeared, to the excitement of fishing enthusiasts and scientists

Sex workers returned to SF streets after Backpage.com shut down

The government shutdown of Backpage.com this year sought to curtail the type of sex-for-sale classified ads that made the company infamous. Months later, though, the closure has prompted an increase

U.S. Park Police officer shoots suspect at Aquatic Park

A U.S. Park Police officer shot a suspect at Aquatic Park late Tuesday night, authorities said. San Francisco police said they received calls around 10 p.m. of “shots fired” at Aquatic Park and

How an expert skydiver happened to fall to her death near Lodi

The woman who died during a parachute jump Sunday in the Central Valley has been identified as an experienced skydiver with more than 2,500 jumps under her belt.

Davis students may have been given cookies baked with grandma's ashes

Police are investigating a report that a Davis high school student brought cookies baked with her grandmother's ashes to school and passed them around.

Woman smoking in bed ignites Antioch apartment fire, displaces nine

An apartment fire sparked by a woman smoking in bed early Monday morning displaced nine people in Antioch, officials said. The fire began around 2:30 a.m. in a unit on the second floor of a complex on

Former Denver Post marijuana editor says $20,000 worth of items stolen from SUV in Oakland

Several iPads, a $700 movie projector, a passport, a social security card, decorations for a 450-person party and a marijuana infused chocolate bar are among the items stolen from an SUV rental in

Fremont Street reopens in SF, Transbay Transit Center remains closed

Fremont Street returned to the normal course of business Monday beneath the still-closed Transbay Transit Center, as vehicles progressed through South of Market as might be expected during the morning

SF mayor to appoint school board member, sources say

Just three weeks before the November election, Mayor London Breed is expected to fill a vacancy on the San Francisco school board with one of the candidates she endorsed for the job. Sources close to

FAA: Skydiver dies at Lodi Parachute Center

A skydiver was killed when her parachute failed to deploy during a jump Sunday at the Lodi Parachute Center, authorities said. According to the Federal Aviation Administration, the skydiver was using

Fremont Street to reopen Monday after Transbay Transit Center fixes

San Francisco commuters will get a beginning-of-the-work-week gift Monday when the portion of Fremont Street that passes under the damaged Transbay Transit Center will open to traffic, Transbay

Deputy in high-speed chase crashes car into Bodega Bay home, setting it on fire

A high-speed chase in Bodega Bay early Sunday morning ended with a Sonoma County sheriff’s deputy crashing his car into a home on Highway 1, causing the vehicle and home to ignite in flames. The crash

10-year-old San Francisco boy finishes 50 5K runs in 50 days for charity

Many 10-year-olds spend their days playing, riding bikes or sneaking as much screen time as possible. Niall McDermott spent part of his past 50 days running. Sunday at San Francisco’s Crissy Field,