Rachel Gordon

San Francisco Chronicle

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City Hall reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle

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Eleven candidates fought it out in yesterday's primary for  LA's 15th City Council District , which runs in a thin line from Watts down to San Pedro.

Voters in Los Angeles and San Francisco Face Tough Choices

Eleven candidates fought it out in yesterday's primary for LA's 15th City Council District , which runs in a thin line from Watts down to San Pedro.

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San Francisco's about to become the nation's first city to require that  retailers post the level of radiation  emitted by cell phones.

San Francisco Moves to Show Cell Phone Radiation Levels

San Francisco's about to become the nation's first city to require that retailers post the level of radiation emitted by cell phones.

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