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Arrest Made In October SOMA Homicide

SAN FRANCISCO—A Sacramento resident was arrested on Tuesday, December 20 for his connection to the murder of a man in San Francisco's South Market (SOMA) neighborhood on October 8. Nu’u Faalogofio, 20, was identified by homicide investigators as the shooter in the death of Alfredo Dixon, 33, and arrested on Tuesday at approximately 1:40 p.m. at 350 Jones St. According to authorities, the location...

Menorah Stolen From Washington Square Park

SAN FRANCISCO—A 6-foot tall menorah was stolen from Washington Square Park in San Francisco over the Christmas weekend. It was last seen on Friday, December 23 by Rabbi Peretz of the North Beach Chabad. According to their website, the North Beach Chabad is a community outreach that serves as "a center for the discovery of Jewish life and education." They have...

Man Steals Butcher Knife And Attacks Transients

SAN FRANCISCO—A man stole a butcher knife from a Tenderloin District sports bar and injured two homeless people on Saturday, December 24, according to San Francisco Police Department. The knife was stolen from the Union Square Sports Bar, located at 115 Mason St. The suspect, a 25-year-old man, was arrested Saturday at around 11 a.m. The name of the suspect and a...

San Francisco Armory Opens As An Event Venue

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Armory will celebrate its grand opening as an official event venue on New Year’s Eve on Saturday, December 31. The Armory located on the corner of 14th and Mission Streets was built in 1915 on a piece of property considered Woodward’s Gardens. It was originally constructed to replace another armory that had been destroyed by an earthquake and...

Cavaliers Edge Warriors 109-108 In Finals Rematch

CLEVELAND, OH—The Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the Golden State Warriors 109-108 in a Christmas Day matchup on Sunday, December 25. Cleveland rallied from a 14-point fourth quarter deficit, taking the final lead on a Kyrie Irving jump shot with 3.4 seconds remaining in the game. Irving finished with 25 points, six rebounds and 10 assists. “He’s just a killer on the court,”...

New Year, New Drama On “The Young And The Restless”

HOLLYWOOD—Well, 2016 is about to come to the end, but it looks like things are definitely amped in the drama arena on the CBS soap “The Young and the Restless.” I will just point this out, I am ecstatic that the big secret that has been alluding fans for nearly a year regarding the paternity of Sully aka Christian...

Getting Finances In Gear For 2017!

UNITED STATES—Ok, I know many people just like myself are happy that Christmas will soon be over. Why? Well, you no longer have to worry about spending money on gifts and one can begin to get those finances in order. Yes, finances. While so many people are concerned about getting healthy in 2017, which is great, it’s more important...

Search For Suspect Disguised As Pest Control

SAN FRANCISCO—Authorities from the San Francisco Police Department are searching for a suspect who impersonated a pest control worker in order to gain access into a commercial building located on the 200 block of Franklin Street in the Hayes Valley neighborhood of San Francisco. According to a press release from the SFPD, surveillance footage taken by the building's security cameras...

Uber Suspends Self-Driving Cars, Mistakes Reported

SAN FRANCISCO—The online public transportation network Uber Technologies Inc. was ordered by the state of California to remove its self-driving cars from the streets of San Francisco on Wednesday, December 21. The Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) revoked the registration of 16 self-driving vehicles in San Francisco on the grounds that Uber did not obtain a permit to test its...

SF Public Library May Adopt Microchips

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Public Library plans to renew their efforts in deploying radio frequency identification tags in their books, the San Francisco Examiner reported. Installing RFID tags was proposed in 2004, but the American Civil Liberties Union Northern California and the Electronic Frontier Foundation opposed the idea. The ACLU questioned the possible invasion of privacy that was required with the...
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