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California Regulators Ordered San Francisco to Stop Diverting River During Drought

California Regulators Ordered San Francisco to Stop Diverting River During Droug

On Friday, the state regulators of California ordered San Francisco to stop diverting some of the river water which is stored in the Hetch Hetchy reservoir regularly.

Zynga to Trim More than 350 Jobs by the Fourth Quarter

Zynga to Trim More than 350 Jobs by the Fourth Quarter

Zynga is not having a very good year and its games like FarmVille, Words With Friends and CSR Racing seem to be losing their charm, thanks to tougher competition and changing taste of gamers.

Taking Recommendations from Report, Uber will Implement Steps to Improve privacy And Data security

Taking Recommendations from Report, Uber will Implement Steps to Improve privacy

Uber, the popular ride service company is desperately trying to save its tarnished image after facing occasional controversies.

PARK(ing) Day Celebration Turns Parking Spots into Temporary Parks

PARK(ing) Day Celebration Turns Parking Spots into Temporary Parks

In the year 2005, a special day of transforming parking lots into greener temporary parks was celebrated in downtown San Francisco. That marked the first PARK(ing) Day which, ever since has turned into an international movement.

Sugar tax Make it to San Francisco Ballot in a 6-4 Vote

Sugar tax Make it to San Francisco Ballot in a 6-4 Vote

On Tuesday a Board of Supervisors in a slim 6-4 vote over the issue of deciding the matter of a tax measure that concerns sugary beverages and soda pushed it to the November ballot. Now San Franciscans would have to decide whether to charge a tax of 2-cents-per-ounce on soda and other sugary beverages and expend the extra money on children's' health programs.

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