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“Pretty Little Liars” Twin Reveal A Shocker!

HOLLYWOOD—I will admit the season five finale of “Pretty Little Liars” was a major let down. Not only were we teased the reveal of “A,” but were expected to have a ton of questions answered that weren’t answered at all. When the ‘Big A Reveal’ took place during the mid-season finale it was none other than Cece Drake aka...

SFPD Investigating Fatal Hit-And-Run Incident In Chinatown

A fatal hit-and-run crash left one man dead in San Francisco on Friday, March 11. Police are searching for the vehicle that struck the 60-year-old man in Chinatown on Powell and Broadway streets.
SAN FRANCISCO—A fatal hit-and-run crash left one man dead in San Francisco on Friday, March 11. Police are searching for the vehicle that struck the 63-year-old man in Chinatown on Powell and Broadway Streets. The victim has not yet been identified to the public. Authorities have disclosed that the victim lived nearby the scene of the incident.  In the early hours of...

Victor Newman Roars Back On “Young And Restless”

HOLLYWOOD—Just when one suspects that Victor Newman is down and out, this guy finds a way to roar back in ways one would never suspect on the CBS soap “The Young and the Restless.” Yes, I will admit I hate the fact that this filthy rich guy gets away with loads of things time and time again, but you...

Court Rules In Favor Of SFPD In Nieto Trial

A federal jury has ruled the four San Francisco police officers who shot and killed 28-year-old Alejandro “Alex” Nieto in Bernal Heights Park were not using unconstitutional excessive force. The verdict was deliberated by an eight-member jury and delivered on Thursday, March 10.
SAN FRANCISCO—A federal jury has ruled that the four San Francisco Police Department officers who shot and killed 28-year-old Alejandro “Alex” Nieto in Bernal Heights Park were not using unconstitutional excessive force. The verdict was deliberated by an eight-member jury and delivered on Thursday, March 10. Nieto died two years ago in March 2014. According to Nieto’s “Justice 4 Alex Nieto”...

14 Injured From Train Derailing In East Bay

A Bay Area Altamont Corridor Express (ACE) commuter train derailed at approximately 7:15 p.m. on Monday, March 7. The cause of the crash is not completely clear, however initial investigations indicate the derailing was likely due to a large tree that fell onto the train tracks. Photo by: Alameda Fire Department
SAN FRANCISCO—A Bay Area Altamont Corridor Express (ACE) commuter train derailed at approximately 7:15 p.m. on Monday, March 7. The cause of the crash is still under investigation, but early reports indicate the derailing was likely due to a large tree that fell onto the train tracks. The train was en route to Stockton after departing from San Jose...

“The Walking Dead” Recap: ‘Not Tomorrow Yet’

HOLLYWOOD—Are you ready for the bloodbath to begin? Well, it’s headed in that direction on “The Walking Dead.” The latest episode of TV’s guilty pleasure, ‘Not Tomorrow Yet’ galvanized the residents of Alexandria to prepare for the battle against Negan and his crew. Little does Rick understand that he and his pals are outnumbered and Negan is a foe not...

Civil Rights Lawsuit Filed After Woman Kicked Off Greyhound

45-year-old Toni Young has filed a civil rights lawsuit against Greyhound after being kicked off by bus driver Cynthia Lara. The incident took place over two years ago in 2014, however Young claims she has suffered from severe psychological trauma, including post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, and anxiety.
SAN FRANCISCO—Toni Young, 45, has filed a civil rights lawsuit against Greyhound after being kicked off by bus driver Cynthia Lara. The incident took place in 2014, but Young claims she has suffered from severe psychological trauma, including post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, and anxiety. The lawsuit is calling for punitive damages to Young’s acquired conditions after the incident. Young’s attorney...

San Francisco Changes Legal Age To Purchase Tobacco Products

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Board of Supervisors recently announced their decision to change the legal age to purchase tobacco and nicotine products.
SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Board of Supervisors recently announced their decision to change the legal age to purchase tobacco and nicotine products. Beginning June 1, anyone looking to purchase tobacco and electronic smoking products is required to be at least 21 years of age. The legal age for the majority of the cities in United States is currently 18 to...

Confirmed Zika Virus Case In San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco health officials reported on Thursday, March 3 that a city resident tested positive for Zika in February after contracting the disease in Central America.
SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco health officials reported on Thursday, March 3 that a city resident tested positive for Zika in February 2016 after contracting the disease in Central America.  The news was made public after Napa County health officials had reported a pregnant woman testing positive for Zika. Within the greater Bay Area, Alameda County has also reported a patient being infected...

Legislation Passed For Mental Health, Emergency Preparedness

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco Mayor Edwin M. Lee signed legislation on Friday, February 26 for a $350 million Public Health and Safety Bond for the June 7, 2016 ballot. The initiative is aimed to expand accessibility to the mental health services for San Francisco residents, including the homeless, and to seismically enhance and strengthen the city’s public health care facilities...
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