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Governor Gavin Newsom remains in office

Governor Gavin Newsom remains in office

Seniors vote for the first time
Paige Retajczyk, Sports Editor September 16, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE | Governor Gavin Newsom will remain in office after a California recall election on Sept. 14. The total estimated state and county costs to administer the recall election was $276 million,...

Students socially distance while they wait for class to begin on the Pine/Octavia campus. Convent & Stuart Hall have already gained clearance to remain open, so the school may continue to provide in-person learning for their students through the stay-at-home order.

California stay-at-home order to begin Sunday

Stores, restaurants, recreational facilities to shut down once more due to rise in cases
Clara Bonomi, Reporter December 4, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE Bay Area health officials announced today that San Francisco and other Bay counties will follow a stay-at-home order beginning Dec. 6 that will remain in effect through Jan. 4. “California...

Governor Gavin Newsom addresses attendees at the 2019 California Democratic Party State Convention. Recently the governor signed an executive order banning gasoline cars by 2035.

Governor bans gas, diesel cars by 2035

Governor Gavin Newsom announces executive order to ban all non-electric sales of cars by 2035
Kassie DeJean, Reporter September 25, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE Governor Gavin Newsom announced Wednesday that sales of diesel gas cars will be banned by 2035. Transportation currently accounts for more than 50% of greenhouse gas emissions released...

Plethora of candidates join in mayoral race

February 17, 2011

Rebecca Lee Reporter Students who will turn 18 or older on or before Nov. 8 will be able to register and vote for mayor in the upcoming election which already has over 20 candidates registered for...

Sit/lie law takes away laid-back atmosphere of city

Sit/lie law takes away laid-back atmosphere of city

October 29, 2010

Izzy Pinard Reporter Garish Victorian houses lined up along the chalk-etched sidewalks and psychedelic-tiled boutiques of Haight Street draw visitors into a time-warp of the ’70s with bead doors...

Proposition L offers making sitting or lying on the sidewalks of San Francisco illegal between the hours of 7 a.m. and 11 p.m. Illustration: NATALIE GARNETT | the broadview

Proposition L addresses city-wide loitering complaints

October 29, 2010

Ta Lynn Mitchell Reporter Neighborhoods like the Haight- Ashbury, known for homelessness and constant loitering of young people, will be turned around with the passage of Proposition L, the “Sit/Lie”...

Consequences of cell phone radiation factor into product sales with new bill

September 23, 2010

Claire Fahy Asst. Sports Editor San Francisco’s new law requiring cell phone radiation levels to be posted by retailers was signed in June, however the Cellular Telephone Industries Association is...

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