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Need A Parking Space? Look In Your Hand

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Anthony Makk (right) and husband Bradford Wells at their San Francisco home on Aug. 8. Though legally married in 2004, Makk faces deportation back to his native Australia. Noah Berger/San Francisco Chronicle via Polaris Images hide caption

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New Deportation Rules Give Boost To Gay Rights

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Home Sales Stall Even As Mortgage Rates Are Low

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Airport Contractors Feel Sting Of FAA Shutdown

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Is San Francisco Driving Its Families Away?

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Inside San Quentin, Inmates Go To College

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Jury Reaches Verdict In Calif. Journalist's Murder

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After Officials Watch Man Drown, City Changes Policy

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California Ordered To Reduce Prison Population

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San Francisco Moves To Ban Yellow Pages

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Defense Rests In Trial Involving Murdered Journalist

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For 15 years, journalist Chauncey Bailey was a constant presence in Oakland, Calif., newspapers, radio and television. The Chauncey Bailey Project hide caption

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Trial Connected To Journalist's Murder Continues

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PG&E To Test For Faulty Transmission Lines

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Half-sunken boats, docks and debris lie tangled in Crescent City, Calif., after a tsunami surged Friday in Northern California. Josh Jackson/AP hide caption

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Tsunami Cripples Several West Coast Harbors

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