Charging multiple years of negligence and broken promises, a group of businesses in the northeast Mission plan to sue the city for failing to prevent a sewage spill that caused thousands of dollars in damage...
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All those ads for the new Lady Gaga album? Not exactly legal. En Español
Supes reverse policy of reporting youth charged with felonies to immigration authorities.
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A national health advocacy group says KFC's grilled chicken is loaded with carcinogens, but most Mission District customers say they don't really care.
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The ACLU claims California DNA collection law violates civil rights.
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