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A Second Chance

UNITED STATES—Wednesday turned out to be a day of surprises. The focus was for Colombian filmmaker, Juan David, to submit his recently completed movie to film festivals. It took us to an unlikely, un-Spanish setting: the Grove of Madrid. It is a huge hit with the busloads of Asian tourists. They love shopping at the homogenized same classy stores...

Shepard Smith Leaving Fox News

UNITED STATES—After 23 years at Fox News, Shepard Smith announced on Friday, October 11, that he was leaving the network. Smith has worked for Fox News since its inception in 1996. He has worked as a journalist for 33 years and did not disclose a reason for his departure from the network, where he earned more than $10 million...

de Young Goes Free Every Saturday To Bay Area

SAN FRANCISCO—The de Young museum has been on display in the Bay Area for 124 years. When the museum was first introduced in 1925 it was free to the public. On Saturday, October 19, the de Young Museum will open its doors free of charge to all residents who live in the Bay Area every Saturday. The permanent collection holds...

Stefan DiMera Shot On “Days Of Our Lives!”

HOLLYWOOD—Was I was left speechless, yet again on the NBC soap “Days of Our Lives?” Absolutely! I mean Stefan O. DiMera is on his deathbed after taking a bullet for his mother Vivian after Lani caught her strolling in public. Yes, for those of you in the dark, Kate Roberts awoke from her coma and pointed the finger directly...

Eating Out Can Be Dangerous

UNITED STATES—As Americans, it is common knowledge that many of us eat out way too much. I don’t think it has anything to do with not wanting to cook, it’s just after a long day of school, work or whatever stressor you have in life, you just don’t have the energy to slave in a kitchen. With that being...

PG&E To Shut Off Power To Over 30 Counties

SAN FRANCISCO—A widespread power shut off is expected Wednesday, October 9 and will continue through Friday, October 11 throughout the Bay Area.  PG&E stated that over 800,000 customers would be impacted by the power outage. The PG&E shut off is due to an anticipation of severe high winds in various locations in and around the area. They are calling...

Inmates And Deputies Exposed To Fentanyl

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco inmates and deputies were sent to the hospital after being exposed to fentanyl on Tuesday, October 8. An inmate at the San Francisco County Jail was unresponsive on Tuesday evening leading deputies  giving the inmate CPR and Narcan to revive him. Four additional inmates displayed similar symptoms and were also treated with Narcan. Narcan is a medication that...

Congressman Eric Swalwell’s Donor Convicted

UNITED STATES—The United States Department of Justice announced on Tuesday, October 8, the conviction of California real estate developer, James Tong, 74 of Fremont, CA who was found guilty by a jury and his role in using straw donors to send thousands of dollars in two separate campaigns of Congressman Eric Swalwell. After a 10-day trial, Tong was found guilty...

California Launches Mental Health Hotline

SAN FRANCISCO—California residents now have access to a mental health hotline, which was announced by the San Francisco legislature on Monday, October 7. The Bay Area call line, The California Peer-Run Warm Line, has a $10.8 million fund.  State Sen. Scott Wiener took to Twitter saying, “In this year’s budget, we obtained $3.6M ($10.8M over 3 yrs) to expand our...

Victims Survive 2-Alarm Fire

SAN FRANCISCO—Three people were rescued from a 2-alarm fire on Monday, October 7.  The fire was reported at 10:29 a.m. Lt. Johnathan Baxter of the San Francisco Fire Department told ABC7 News SF that units arrived on the scene about four minutes after the initial dispatch. Initially, the fire started at 266 Vienna St., but traveled to the next door unit.  Three...
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