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Turning On Market Street Banned

Market Street, Downtown, San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Municipal Transit Authority (SFMTA) board approved the Safer Market Street Plan on June 16. This will restrict the places private cars can take a turn on Market Street between 3rd and 8th Streets. The plan is a part of Vision Zero, which is the city’s goal to eradicate traffic fatalities by 2024. Market Street was chosen because...

Former San Francisco Giant Found Dead

SAN FRANCISCO—Former San Francisco Giant and TV analyst, Darryl Hamilton, 50, was found dead in a Houston home on Sunday, June 21. Police received a 911 call to a home owned by Monica Jordan, Hamilton’s girlfriend and mother of his 14-month-old son. When police arrived, they found Hamilton’s body with multiple gun shot wounds near the home’s main entry, and...

LGBT Mural Defaced Twice In One Week

Located on 24th and Bryant, LBGT Mural has been defaced twice in one week. - San Francisco News
SAN FRANCISCO—For the second time in a week, a mural depicting Latino/Chicano LGBT culture was vandalized in San Francisco's Mission District. The mural, entitled "Por Vida," or "For Life," translated in English, was installed by artist Manuel Paul just three days before the first vandalization of red and blue paint smeared across the surface. The artwork illustrates two lesbian women...

San Francisco Celebrates 100th Year For City Hall

SAN FRANCISCO — On Friday night, June 19, 2015, San Francisco proudly celebrated the 100th anniversary of City Hall. The celebration took place at the Civic Center Plaza, which hosted a concert with a light show and a circus-like routine. For guests, there were food trucks available for fun eats, carnival attractions, a silent disco, a DIY mural wall...

San Francisco Looking To Further Restrict Airbnb

SAN FRANCISCO—City legislators will vote next month whether to tighten home-sharing regulations in the high-demand rental market of San Francisco. The call to action was brought forth by supporters and opponents of Airbnb, a home-sharing site that has approximately 5,000 listings in the city. Supporters say the extra revenue allows them to pay for expenses while opponents say home-sharing takes...

“Pretty Little Liars” Recap: ‘Songs Of Experience’

HOLLYWOOD—The audience is getting slightly closer to linking the clues that connect Charles DiLaurentis to the “A” game. In the latest episode of “Pretty Little Liars,” ‘Songs of Experience’ the ladies began to look for answers to solve the mystery that has haunted them most of their high school career. The episode opened with Spencer and Emily chatting about...

Michael Myers Lives For “Halloween Returns”

HOLLYWOOD—There is something about horror legends from the 80s that just won’t die. Michael Myers is slated to return to the big screen in the eleventh installment in the “Halloween” franchise, “Halloween Returns.” The sequel was announced by Dimension Films and Trancas International Films. Stepping behind the camera for the latest scare fest is Marcus Dunstan. Dunstan holds writing credits...

Officer Fatally Shoots Dog That Bit Him

SAN FRANCISCO—A San Francisco Police Officer fatally shot a dog that bit him during a response to a 911 call in the Bayview neighborhood. Around 6 p.m. on Sunday, June 14 near Oakdale Drive, the police department received an emergency phone call. Once officers arrived on the scene, they discerned that the call was an accidental button pushed by a child...

Sea Hares Invade East Bay Shoreline

Sea Hares
SAN FRANCISCO—Large, slimy purple blobs have invaded East Bay beaches and waterways, a phenomenon experts believe could be the result of unseasonably warm coastal water temperatures. The slugs, known as California sea hares, have been especially abundant in Crab Cove in Alameda and Miller Knox Regional Park in Richmond. Lake Merritt in Oakland and Tomales Bay in Marin County are...

Consultant Banned From Interacting With Minors

Consultant
SAN FRANCISCO—A protective order has been issued by San Francisco Superior Court Judge Ethan Shulman prohibiting former political consultant Juan Enrique Pearce from interacting with or photographing minors. In May, Pearce was charged with six felonies in relation to the possession and distribution of child pornography, charges he subsequently pleaded not guilty to during his arraignment. Pearce, famed for his work...
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