Tag: San Francisco

Man Pleads Not Guilty To Kidnapping, Raping Elderly Woman

SAN FRANCISCO—A suspect has pleaded not guilty to kidnapping and repeatedly raping a 74-year-old woman. Manuel Jesus Amador, 47, kidnapped the victim from a...

20-Foot Waves Trigger High Surf Advisory

SAN FRANCISCO—The National Weather Service’s Bay Area office issued a high surf advisory until 9 a.m. on Thursday, May 23. The Weather Service states...

Bay To Breakers Runners Embrace The Rain

SAN FRANCISCO—Racers and creatively-dressed revelers embraced the rain in San Francisco on Sunday, May 19 for the 108th running of the famous Bay to...

Driver At Mission District Stoplight Assaulted

SAN FRANCISCO—Officials from the San Francisco Police Department are looking for five suspects who assaulted and robbed a driver at a stoplight on Thursday,...

More Funding Given For Assisted Living Placements

SAN FRANCISCO—On Wednesday, May 15 Mayor London N. Breed announced that $1.1 million in one-time funding from a prior budget will go to subsidize...

SF May Ban Police Use Of Facial Recognition

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco may become the first U.S. city to ban the use of facial recognition by police and other city agencies. Government agencies...

Uber, Lyft Drivers Join Nationwide Strike

SAN FRANCISCO—Bay Area Uber, Lyft, and drivers for other ride-hailing companies gathered in San Francisco and shut down their apps as part of a...

Fire Station No. 5 Opens In Western Addition

SAN FRANCISCO—On May 1, Mayor London Breed and Board of Supervisor Vallie Brown participated with other city officials and neighborhood leaders to celebrate the...

Conservative Group Protests Social Media At City Hall

SAN FRANCISCO—Protestors upset with censorship by Silicon Valley social media companies protested at San Francisco City Hall on Friday, May 3 to bring attention...

Assembly Approves Toll Fee For Lombard Street

SAN FRANCISCO—State legislators in Sacramento approved a plan on Thursday, May 2 to test out a system requiring reservations and a toll for people...
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