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Today’s Headlines

8:58 AM PDT on October 9, 2013

    • More on the Hearing on Anti-Bike Bias at SFPD (SFBG), SFBC Director: Chief Suhr Must Bring Reforms
    • Supes Pass Resolution Calling on SFPD to Curb Bike Theft, Launching Bike Registry (XPress)
    • Gov. Brown Signs Bill Exempting Bike Plans From CEQA Review (Cyclelicious)
    • Monique Porsandeh, Nearly Killed by Driver, Returns to SF to Call for Safer Streets (KTVUSF Weekly)
    • Driver Mysteriously Flips Car at Scott and Duboce (Haighteration)
    • Due to "Sunk Costs," SF Weekly Suggests Cheaper Cars Would Curb Driving (VMT Tax, Anyone?)
    • With Just a Few Days Left, Transit Agencies, Businesses Brace for Second BART Strike (CBS, KTVU)
    • SF Law Student Charged With Assault With Deadly Weapon for Driving Into Man in Oakland (Appeal)
    • Pedestrians Apparently Invisible to Drivers in San Carlos (People Behaving Badly)
    • Vauncelia Thornz, 52, Killed by Hit-and-Run Driver in Redwood City (SM Daily Journal)

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