It’s 7 a.m. and 45º, headed to 55º. It will be another sunny day.
The Super Bowl is a week from today, and while we’re all rooting for the 49ers, we may not be rooting for those postgame riots. Well, neither are San Francisco officials. The city will be taking tougher measures to prevent fan violence on Super Bowl Sunday.
Speaking of the Super Bowl, if you thought you might watch the big game at Civic Center Plaza, think again — the city has no plans to broadcast the game there.
In 2009, San Francisco became the first city to require that residents and businesses separate compostable items and recyclable goods from their trash. According to “PBS NewsHour,” we’re on track to become a zero-waste city.