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2019年2月14日 星期四

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House slides a block off its foundation in Sausalito, trapping resident inside
Multiple homes were evacuated in Sausalito and a woman was rescued after a house slid off its foundations and was carried down a hill by a mudslide.  
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Need to Know

Alemany Boulevard completely flooded in San Francisco, no estimated time of reopening
Flood-prone Alemany Boulevard has done it again. The roadway was completely flooded near the Highway 101 and Interstate 280 interchange. The onramps to 101 southbound and northbound were closed due to the high water levels.
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53 percent of Californians want to leave the state, according to new survey
Dreaming of greener (read: cheaper) pastures? You're not alone. According to a new survey by Edelman Intelligence, 53 percent of Californians are considering moving out of state due to the high cost of living.
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Amazon ditches New York headquarters
Amazon says it will not be building a new headquarters in New York, a stunning reversal after a yearlong search.
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Trump, Gavin Newsom clash over high-speed rail, border wall money
In a Wednesday night tweet, President Donald Trump demanded that California return the federal funding allocated for the now-abandoned SF-to-LA high-speed rail back to the federal government, and California Governor Gavin Newsom reiterated that the state has no plans to do so.
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Just for Fun

The hottest Valentine's Day's destination in San Francisco? It's not a romantic restaurant.
Now, it's not what you may think. The Armory was still housing the studios of adult website Kink.com, but there wasn't any kind of libertine affair scheduled that night (that party took place the following Saturday).
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Forgot to make reservations? These high-end SF restaurants will deliver on Valentine's Day
Most wouldn't think a romantic dinner consists of convenience, but that's just what some restaurants around San Francisco want for you this Valentine's Day.  
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San Francisco mansion once owned by Gettys back on the market for $29M
This $29 million mansion in San Francisco, once owned by William and Vanessa Getty, is currently the most expensive listing in the City by the Bay.
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Conspiracy theory about Chuck E. Cheese pizza slices viewed by millions on YouTube
Is the animatronic mouse that greets customers at Chuck E. Cheese's harboring a dark secret? Popular internet personality Shane Dawson, 30, says he thinks it might be. 
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Around the Bay

Steve Kerr ejected for going ballistic after controversial flagrant foul call on Draymond Green
In the final minutes of the Golden State Warriors' 129-107 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday night, head coach Steve Kerr was ejected after hotly protesting a flagrant foul call on Draymond Green.
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San Francisco peak hour commuters lost nearly 5 days to traffic congestion last year, study says
San Francisco-area commuters lost an average of 116 hours due to congestion last year, according to the study. 
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California city named 2019's worst place to live in the United States
Which U.S. cities are the worst places to live in 2019? Surprisingly, sunny California and Hawaii actually boast some of the worst places to live.
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East Bay bookstore loses lease after 18 years, seeking new location
Half Price Books is one of those rare chain book stores that doesn't feel like a chain. The books and records are half-priced because many of them are used and well-worn.
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