Broadcast TV pioneer & KTSF owner Lillian Lincoln Howell

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“She took big risks in her life and created our station’s mission: to serve the underserved. That she did and as her legacy, that we’ll continue to do” said her son, Lincoln Howell, KTSF CEO

The latest on damaging earthquake in California

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It’ll take time to clean up the damage from a magnitude-6.0 earthquake that rocked California’s wine country…

Sacramento patient tested for Ebola traveled to West Africa

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Sacramento patient tested for Ebola traveled to West Africa…

Mayor Jean Quan’s campaign removes city email list

Jean Quan’s campaign removes city employee work emails from email list…

Fans remember Williams as brilliant actor

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“I feel very bad about that, I love Robin Willimas, a lot of movie he played, he’s a great actor”, a fan said

China urges immigrants to renounce Chinese citizenship

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China urges immigrants to renounce Chinese citizenship…

SF: Seven construction workers hospitalized in 3-alarm fire

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Seven construction workers were hospitalized with smoke inhalation after a three-alarm fire broke out at a building…

SF legislation to regulate tenant buyouts

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David Campos estimates that there are 6-7 buyouts for every eviction in the city…

SF Mayor Lee signs $17 billion budget for next 2 years

Mayor Ed Lee signed a two-year $17.2 billion balanced budget for San Francisco Wednesday morning

Tung Chee Hwa’s son-in-law accused of posing as TSA agent

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Tung Chee Hwa: “this was an unfortunate event that should not have happened”

9-year-old girl drowns in Menlo Park pool

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A 9-year-old girl accidentally drowned in a Menlo Park swimming pool Tuesday evening…

Lily Zhang hopeful for medal at Youth Olympics

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Coach: “She’s not great, but unbelievably great”…

SF: Driver crashes car into Nob Hill Chinese restaurant

A driver crashed her car into a restaurant in San Francisco’s Nob Hill at the start of lunchtime…

Students return to class after California rampage

Students are heading back to classes at UC Santa Barbara, in the aftermath of Friday’s rampage…

Bay Area resident shortens Vietnam trip amid anti-Chinese protests

Some Vietnamese Americans said they dare not openly comment on this sensitive issue

Desert hot air hits Bay Area this week

Public health officials are warning people to take precaution to avoid exhaustion and dehydration during the heat wave…

SF landlords sued for renting property as ‘illegal’ hotels

San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera filed lawsuits
against landlords who allegedly illegally converted residential
apartments into short-term rental units used for tourist lodging offered
through online housing services.

BART unveils new train car design

BART unveils new train car design…

SF Civil Grand Jury lacks Chinese jurors

Judge Julie Tang urges more Chinese Americans to apply for Civil Grand Jury…

Labor activists submit SF minimum wage ballot initiative

Labor activists submit SF minimum wage ballot initiative, raise to $15 an hour by 2017, nearly 40% increase.

Leland Yee offices reopen but name plates removed

Leland Yee offices reopen but name plates removed

Where can constituents get help during Leland Yee’s suspension

en]Where can constituents turn to while Yee’s suspended…

CA measles cases on the rise

The California Department of Public Health confirmed 32 cases so far this year, 7 in the Bay Area…

High school student overdose linked to new drug

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High school student overdose linked to new drug …

KTSF News celebrates its 25th anniversary

Feb 6, 2014 is the 25th anniversary of the KTSF news, which began on February 6, 1989 with its live Cantonese newscast…