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Search For Missing Woman At Fort Funston Cliff Suspended

SAN FRANCISCO—Officials with the San Francisco Fire Department suspended their search for a woman who went missing while walking a cliff near Fort Funstone on Friday, February 22. A portion of the cliff, gave away burying both women underneath. One of the women was rescued by bystanders, but the other woman was not found. The name of the victim who...

Prosthetic Arm Stolen In SF

SAN FRANCISCO—Officials from the San Francisco Police Department reported that a prosthetic arm was stolen from a 41 year-old man’s vehicle in an alley near Cleveland Street in the SoMa District at 6 p.m. on February 16. The culprit broke inside of the victim’s vehicle stealing the prosthetic arm. The authorities have not released any details on a suspect in...

Residents Could Face New Driving Fee

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco’s County Board of Transportation Authority are considering charging fees to drivers who drive downtown to avoid traffic congestion in the region. According to the SF Chronicle, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors are conducting a study to obtain data from drivers during rush hour traffic and has set aside $500,000 for the plan.  “I don’t really dig it,...

Stanford Shopping Center Considers Luxury Stores

SAN FRANCISCO—Stanford Shopping Centers mall operator Simon Malls are planning to remove the Macy’s Men store to replace it with two new luxury stores. The Macy’s Men store will combine with the remaining Macy’s department store. The new luxury stores will be Restoration Hardware and Wilkes Bashford. According to the Palo Alto Daily Post, “Restoration Hardware, a home-furnishings store has...

“The Shape Of Water” Big Winner At 2018 Oscars

HOLLYWOOD—We have been patiently waiting for weeks to find out how awards season would end. Well, the wait is finally over. The 90th (yes, it’s been 90 years America), Academy Awards better known as the Oscars were handed out on Sunday, March 4 from the famed Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Would “The Shape of Water” hold its momentum as...

Color It Gone

UNITED STATES—When I began this memoir I drove down by U.S.C. one tropical afternoon to visit Librería Azteca to see if I’d left anything behind. It had been four years since I’d talked to Tony Ayala’s daughter and visited the shop her father had started. Remnants of the canvas sign were still clinging to the top edges of the...

“If Loving You Is Wrong” Recap: ‘Watch Your Back’

HOLLYWOOD—I have been eagerly waiting for the return of this Tyler Perry guilty pleasure for months. As much as I love “The Haves and the Have Nots,” his soapy drama “If Loving You is Wrong” is so good words can’t describe it. The season two finale left plenty of stunners for fans and season three picked off precisely where...

ISIS Propaganda Video Features San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO—The Federal Bureau of Investigation is investing an ISIS propaganda video that surfaced over the weekend listing San Francisco as a potential target. The nine minute and 45-second video opens with a celebration of jihadist Omar Mateen, the suspect who killed 49 people at Pulse nightclub in Orlando on June 12. It was the largest mass shooting in U.S. history. The...

San Francisco Man Fighting Eviction After Rent Increase

SAN FRANCISCO—The rent for one San Francisco resident Neil Hutchison has gone up 300 percent. Hutchinson is fighting eviction from his apartment after his landlord hiked up his rent from $1,800 a month to 8,000. According to the NY Daily News, Hutchinson, 47, has being living at his apartment on the intersection of Columbus and Scotland Streets in North Beach for...

Pro-Nuclear March In San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO—A coalition of environmental groups have teamed up to sponsor a four-day pro-nuclear march that will start in San Francisco and end in Sacramento to bring attention to the closing of the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant. Nuclear plant owner PG&E announced Tuesday, June 21 their plan to close California’s last nuclear plant, Diablo Canyon, by 2025, and the alliance of...
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