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What $4,300 rents in San Francisco right now 

Five new rentals, from Nob Hill to Daly City—which home would you choose?

Federal government sues over Hunters Point cleanup fraud

Tetra Tech the center of legal storm even as it enjoys huge state contracts.

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The myth of ‘We don’t build houses like we used to’

The common lament misses crucial context about the style trends and building materials of the past.

Atmospheric river set to bring flooding, mudslides, high winds

Power outages and structural damage possible.

Historic Rockridge Victorian drops asking price

Pre-quake Victorian comes with curb appeal, period details, and restoration work that contractors should be forced to learn.

London Breed declares ‘shelter crisis’ in San Francisco

Mayor hopes to open 1,000 new shelter beds by 2020.

Oakland declared Bay Area’s ‘most stressed’ city

And 19th most stressful nationwide.

Alameda Arts and Crafts style home asks $2.39M

Ernest Coxhead-designed home comes with two-story foyer.

Muni may hire laid-off Chariot drivers

Soon to be jobless private bus drivers could relieve Muni’s driver shortage.

PG&E says it will declare bankruptcy; CEO resigns

Embattled company may sell its downtown San Francisco headquarters as well.

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21 small Bay Area towns you need to visit right now

Plan a day or weekend trip to one of these tiny destinations you need to visit in this new year of 2019.

Onslaught of rain coming to Bay Area, state

Up to seven straight days of rain in SF’s future.

City prepping fix for closed Transbay Transit Center

Still no word on when the multibillion-dollar albatross will reopen.

Company mired in Hunters Point Shipyard scandal gets major fire cleanup contract

Tetra Tech, responsible for questionable radiation testing in Hunters Point, nabbed a record-breaking deal on the Camp Fire.

Bay Area’s best co-working spaces, mapped

These supportive and creative spots will bring out your best work.

Berkeley home with vaulted ceilings and writing loft seeks $795K

Tiny home comes with ample charm.

Private bus company Chariot going out of business

"We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause."

What $5,500 rents in San Francisco right now 

Five new rentals, from Sherwood Forest to the Mission—which home would you choose?

How a recession could impact the housing market

The fundamentals of the housing market are strong. But is it recession-proof?

Berkeley Craftsman seeks $995K

Comes with fruit-bearing trees.

Judge’s order strives to reduce the number of fires caused by PG&E

"PG&E may not take into account the inconvenience to customers or its revenues and profits" over safety, says federal judge.

AT&T Park is now called Oracle Park

Better than O.co.

Congressional representatives deliver Bay Area garbage to White House

"Our message is simple. Reopen the government."

Trump threatens to ax funding for California wildfire relief

Poor "forest management" blamed for burns even though most California forests are federally controlled.

The most beautiful interiors in San Francisco, mapped

It’s what’s on the inside that counts.

Mayor Breed pitches $300 million housing bond

Voters would have to approve measure come 2020.

Would you live inside these fantasy BART apartments?

"An idea to get people thinking about potential uses for the old BART trains—and housing at BART stations."

Renovated residence at the historic Park Lane in Nob Hill asks $6.5M

Featuring one of the largest floor plans in the 1925 building.

Storm to bring high surf, dangerous waves

27-foot waves anticipated for Bay Area beaches.

25 small ways to make SF a better place

Here’s how you can make a difference in your neighborhood, your community, and the greater city.

BART considers turning old train cars into housing

Retired cars could also be donated, recycled, or kept for emergencies.

Gov. Gavin Newsom calls for ‘Marshall plan for affordable housing’

"We have a homeless epidemic that should keep each and every one of us up at night," adds California’s new governor

PG&E possibly exploring bankruptcy

Utility is facing potentially billions of dollars in liability for recent wildfires.

New apartments in historic Duboce Triangle church building for rent

Building originally served as house of worship for San Francisco’s Norwegian population.

A look at Sacramento’s architectural marvels

More than just Victorians.

Renovated Bernal Heights Victorian asks $1.3M

Onetime cozy abode expanded with new bedroom and bathrooms.

Gavin Newsom will live in governor’s mansion in Sacramento

The historic 30-room Italianate Victorian—once the home of Ronald Reagan—was built in 1877.

Muir Woods to close during government shutdown [Updated]

Other national parks still open, but hobbled.

Moscone Center expansion finished, open for business

Four years and $551 million later.