San Francisco News for July 1st 2013

San Francisco Giants (38-42) at Colorado Rockies (41-41), 4:10 pm (ET)
Michael Cuddyer tries to extend his franchise-best hitting streak on Sunday and help the Colorado Rockies complete a three-game sweep of the San Francisco Giants at Coors Field. Cuddyer's streak reached 26 games on Saturday and the Rockies won in More…

San Francisco rail strike looms as Bart talks show little sign of progress
Rhodes/Demotix/Corbis. Negotiators for San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit said they planned to show up for contract talks on Sunday, as union leaders warned workers will likely go on strike, threatening to cripple the region's Monday morning commute. More…

San Francisco Pride: 'I never believed we would get this far so quickly'
San Francisco Pride kicked off with Pink Saturday, a party that starts with mass gatherings at Dolores Park and City Hall and ends with a street party, attended by more than 80,000, in the Castro neighbourhood. The resumption of gay marriage in the More…

San Francisco rapid transit unions, management to go back to bargaining table
OAKLAND, Calif. — Two of San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit's largest unions and management returned to the bargaining table Sunday in an 11th hour attempt to avoid a possible strike as commuters braced for potentially nightmarish journeys into work. More…

Airport car-share firm sued in California
BURLINGAME, Calif. — Out of a tiny green shack in an industrial area south of San Francisco International Airport, three teenagers are trying to change the airport car rental business. All they need are your cars, and strangers to drive them. Their More…

SF planners want Union Square Apple Store altered – San Francisco
What the Cupertino technology giant proposed last month is mainly compatible with the look of other Apple Stores around the world – a clean minimalist cube More…

San Francisco gay pride revelers thrilled by marriage ruling
SAN FRANCISCO — The crowds come every year, lining Market Street to dance, wave rainbow flags and cheer on the city's gay pride parade. But revelers celebrated with renewed exuberance Sunday, thrilled by last week's U.S. Supreme Court decision that More…

San Francisco transit talks resume; Swedish tourists uninjured in
Two of San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit's largest unions and management returned to the bargaining table Sunday in an 11th-hour attempt to avoid a More…

San Francisco Giants Enhance Reputation As Digital Leader With Creation Of
If San Francisco Giants Social Media Director Bryan Srabian had a second home, it would certainly be the team's new Social Media Caf? at AT&T Park, which was launched less than two weeks ago. Set behind the centerfield wall and perched back in Peet's More…

Same-sex couples fill San Francisco City Hall to take marriage vows
SAN FRANCISCO–Dozens of couples in jeans, shorts, white dresses and the occasional military uniform filled San Francisco City Hall on Saturday as clerks resumed issuing marriage licenses one day after a federal appeals court removed the last obstacle More…

A colorful, celebratory scene at San Francisco gay pride parade
SAN FRANCISCO — Thousands of people marched in San Francisco's gay pride parade Sunday, punctuating a week of celebration for supporters of same-sex marriage. The parade included antique cars, trolleys, fire engines and a boat-themed float filled More…

More San Francisco developers
Among the models of amazing buildings, including a replacement bridge for San Francisco with a single cable wrapping it so it can actually pivot in earthquakes, there's a huge dinosaur made from over 62,000 pieces of Lego. This was designed in AutoCAD, More…

San Francisco Castro After Prop. 8 Ruling – PopSugar
Along with this week's exciting events in politics, sports, and music came stunning pictures that captured the special moments. Gay rights activists across America celebrated the Supreme Court's gay marriage rulings, music fans gathered for
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San Francisco resident gunned down in the city's Bayview district
SAN FRANCISCO — A 30-year-old man is dead following a Sunday afternoon shooting in the Bayview District of the city, police said, and his death came on the heels of two other men being shot Sunday evening. Officers were first called at 3:05 p.m. to More…

Onyx confirms , rejects Amgen's $120 – per – share bid
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO,Calif. — Onyx Pharmaceuticals Inc. on Sunday confirmed that it received an unsolicited takeover bid from Amgen Inc. for $120 per share. But the drug developer says it rejected the offer, because it "significantly undervalued" the More…

San Francisco Giants beat Colorado Rockies, snap losing streak
DENVER — Madison Bumgarner believes in creating your own luck, but in one respect, he said Sunday, the Giants have caught a tremendous break. With a 5-2 win over the Colorado Rockies, the Giants snapped a six-game losing streak and picked up a More…

San Francisco Pride Parade: Downtown packed as marchers make their way up
Hundreds of thousands of people have gathered in downtown San Francisco today, where the city's annual Pride Parade has started to make its way up Market Street. Cheers, rainbow flags and motorcade of around 200 motorcycles kicked off the parade, More…

San Francisco resident gunned down in the city's Bayview district
SAN FRANCISCO — A 30-year-old man is dead following a late afternoon shooting in the Bayview District of the city, police said Sunday. Officers were called at 3:05 p.m. to the 700 block of Kirkwood Avenue for a report that a man had been shot, said Sgt. More…

Love Reigns In SF City Hall As Same-Sex Marriage Lifted
A federal appeals court cleared the way today for same-sex marriages to resume in California, setting off an expected wave of weddings that began with nuptials at San Francisco City Hall this afternoon by two women who sued four years ago
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San Francisco transit talks resume; Swedish tourists uninjured in Hudson River
in San Francisco. Two of San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit's largest unions and management returned to the bargaining table Sunday in an 11th-hour attempt to avoid a potential strike. Representatives from Service Employees International Union Local More…

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