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Delray residents, already hit hard by one urban freeway, wonder if they'll get anything in return this time.
San Francisco and Berkeley want to apply the tobacco-labeling approach to fuel.
The Knight Foundation just wrote $5 million in checks to support all manner of urban awesomeness.
City officials say the shift to 100-percent renewable energy is a way to save cash, not the planet.
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The owner of a single-room occupancy building in San Francisco's Chinatown takes aim at good old-fashioned clothesline drying.
When mapping voting districts, lawmakers must take into account not just the color of people's skin, but their common interests as well.
If you're as terrified of inefficient suburban development as you are of supernaturally persistent sexual ghosts, you will find "It Follows" very disturbing indeed.
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