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“The Avengers: Age Of Ultron,” Popcorn Fun

HOLLYWOOD—I will be the first to admit; I was not the biggest fan of “The Avengers” when it was released back in 2012. I thought the movie was good, but in no way was it comparable to “The Dark Knight.” Yeah, I had ongoing arguments with plenty of people who thought, “The Avengers” was the best comic book movie...

NFL Draft: Round 1 Recap

CHICAGO—As flash bulbs popped-off and waves of ultra-talented young men took the stage to don their new colors, the NFL once more reminded America of the spectacle it truly is. Thursday night's first round of the NFL draft kicked-off the madness and intrigue that is bound to continue in rounds 2 through 7. As usual, last night's opening round brought with...

Handgun Found With Muni Shooting Suspect

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SAN FRANCISCO—An arrest has been made in connection with a shooting on the Muni T-Third line that occurred on April 27. The shooting, which took place at 12:25 p.m. near the crossing of Oakdale and Palou Avenues, left the 20-year-old victim with life-threatening gunshot wounds to the torso. He remains in the hospital in critical condition. Following the shooting, the gunman...

Wayward Sea Lion Pup Rescued

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SAN FRANCISCO—A sea lion pup spent a short time waddling about San Francisco's Marina neighborhood on Thursday, April 30. At approximately 6:30 a.m., reports came in of a juvenile sea lion hiding under a silver SUV parked near the crossing of Marina Boulevard and Divisadero Street. San Francisco Police Department officers responded to the scene and helped keep the lost pup out...

Test-Model iPad Stolen In Robbery

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SAN FRANCISCO—South Bay police are working to find a missing test-model iPad that was stolen from a victim during a kidnapping and robbery in Cupertino on April 5. The iPad was one of several articles allegedly stolen by 20-year-old Katherine Stump, of Danville, and 25-year-old Alexander Nejat, of Dublin. Per the victim, the couple contacted him in response to an...

Toyota Scion Stolen With Infant Inside

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TENDERLOIN—Wednesday morning, San Francisco police officers arrested a suspect in connection with a vehicle theft and kidnapping of a 4-month old child. At approximately 10:30 a.m., 33-year-old Solomon Alemu, of San Francisco, allegedly stole a Toyota Scion that was pulled-over on Golden Gate Avenue, between Jones and Market Streets. The mother of the child had left the car unlocked with the...

Supreme Court May Hear Bonds Case

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SAN FRANCISCO—Following last week's decision by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to reverse former San Francisco Giants star Barry Bonds' 2011 obstruction of justice conviction, federal prosecutors are considering bringing the case before the United States Supreme Court. On Tuesday, April 28, the U.S. Attorney's Office asked the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to not return the case...

Plainclothes Officers Shot At In Oakland

OAKLAND—Three suspects were arrested in Oakland on Wednesday, April 29 after gunshots were fired at a pair of plainclothes police officers. The officers were investigating a homicide case in East Oakland when a car occupied by three men open-fired on the policemen before speeding away from the intersection of Foothill Boulevard and 55th Street. The driver of the vehicle crashed, allowing...

Fremont Woman Arrested For Traffic Rampage

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ALAMO SQUARE—Bianca Lopez, of Fremont, was arrested in connection with a hit-and-run crash in Alamo Square earlier this month. Lopez, 25, allegedly fled the scene of several crashes in what amounted to a brief rampage on the evening of April 2. The first crash occurred near the crossing of Scott and Fell Streets when the driver of a black Jeep Cherokee...

Nine Year Old Murdered By Teenager

SAN FRANCISCO—A Discovery Bay teenager confessed to stabbing a nine-year-old boy to death. William Shultz, 18, confessed that he stabbed Jordon Almgren while he slept because he wanted to know what it felt like to take a life before the impending end of the world. The revelation came to light during a jailhouse interview with the Contra Costa times, one in which...
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