Aung San Suu Kyi takes questions from local Burmese

Aung San Suu Kyi takes question from Burmese in San Francisco…

SFMTA gears up for busy October weekend

(中文) 下個星期也就是十月的第一個星期,舊金山同時舉辦多項活動,預計會有超過 一百萬人湧入市區,交通單位鼓勵民眾,盡量搭乘大眾運輸工具…

SF reports first human case of West Nile virus since 2005

A San Francisco man has been diagnosed with West Nile virus — the first locally acquired human case reported in the city since 2005, health officials said…

Water main break disrupts service in Sunset district

A contractor working on a sewer replacement project in San Francisco’s Sunset District ruptured a water main this morning, causing some flooding…

CleanPowerSF is approved for launch in mid-2013

San Francisco Board of Supervisors approves CleanPowerSF, a $19 million program, which offers residents 100% renewable energy…

911 may not be the best number to call for non-emergency

The house of Ho’s family who lives in San Francisco was burglarized last Thursday. Mrs. Ho was frustrated that the police officers came two hours after she called 911. The police explained that they work according to the nature of crime, and the case of Ho’s family has no immediate danger…

Three gas pipeline safety bills signed by governor

Legislation signed into law soon after second anniversary of San Bruno blast

More room for creativity in indy films

(中文) 舊金山(三藩市)日本埠這個週末舉行香港電影節,作品包括獨立電影。 雖然獨立電影的製作成本少,但創作空間較大…
[:enMore room for creativity in indy films…

City college celebrated opening of new Chinatown/North Beach Campus

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City College of San Francisco is celebrating the opening of its new Chinatown/North Beach campus today, just days after the release of a report suggesting the community college is on the brink of insolvency. The 14-story campus at 800 Kearny St. is expected to serve more than 7,500 students, according to City College officials. It includes a childcare observation lab, library, computer laboratories, a multipurpose room and teleconference capabilities.

SF: Dead bird infected with west nile virus

San Francisco public health officials today warned about the possible spread of the mosquito-borne West Nile virus…