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Police Searching For Suspect Who Attacked Woman With Bleach

SAN FRANCISCO—Officials from the San Francisco Police Department are asking for the public’s help to locate the suspect responsible for attacking a woman with bleach on July 30. According to a press release from the SFPD, the incident transpired at approximately 7:30 p.m., after officers responded to a report of an assault with bleach on the unit block of...

Suspect With Molotov Cocktail Arrested

SAN FRANCISCO—Officers from the Bayview Station of the San Francisco Police Department apprehended a suspect who was making threats with a gasoline bomb or “Molotov cocktail” on August 6. According to a press release from the SFPD, at approximately 9: 40 p.m. on August 6, Bayview Station officers responded to the 2100 block of Jennings Street about a male...

Lady Gaga Helps The Homeless After Concert In SF

SAN FRANCISCO—Following her Joanne World Tour performance at AT&T Park on Sunday, August 13, Lady Gaga took time to hand out money to a few homeless individuals throughout the city. A witness said that the 31 year-old pop singer's car stopped at a red light, during which she exited the vehicle (followed by her bodyguards) to hand some cash to...

Flowers Might Be Getting Scarce

UNITED STATES—It makes sense for flowers to bloom in spring. Winter is too cool, windy and damp for both flowers and the insects that pollinate many of them. By summer, successfully pollinated flowers have faded, are busy making seed to disperse in autumn. Some plants produce fruit to get birds and other animals to disperse their seed. There are...

“Young And Restless” Delivering Plenty Of Surprises!

HOLLYWOOD—Man, the fall from grace for Cane Ashby on “The Young and the Restless” has been quite ruthless to say the least America. Not only did the guy do everything in his power to keep his secret tryst with Juliet under wraps, but after the big reveal things have only exploded that much more. He hasn’t been able to...

Should College Athletes Be Paid?

UNITED STATES—This is an age old debate that people have chatted about for years. However, I would like to bring an entirely new perspective to the mix based on my personal and work experience. So the question of the hour looms: should student athletes be paid? Some of you might be asking why this issue is coming to the...

Banking Is Supposed To Be Easy Right?

UNITED STATES—I have a bit of a bone to pick and I’m certain plenty of Americans can understand the strife that I am about to describe here. I’ve always been an advocate of going to the bank. It’s something about having the opportunity to deposit a check, to deposit money, to take care of bills or to retrieve money...

John Steinbeck Schlepped Here

UNITED STATES—Anybody who can take a cross-country trip with a dog and write a book has my respects. Mine is barely learning to let me read in peace. I have new respect for John Steinbeck. After a trip up north, I stopped in downtown Salinas to pay my respects and read part of a Swedish mystery which was just...

Officer Fung Saves Man’s Life After Performing CPR

SAN FRANCISCO—An officer with the San Francisco Police Department is being commended for utilizing his CPR skills to rescue the life of 66 year-old man on Tuesday, August 8. According to a press release from the SFPD, just before 6 p.m., Officer Fung was working at the Pro America Steph Curry select basket showcase at Kezar Stadium. He observed...

Smartphone Theft Prevention Act Decreases Violent Robberies

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco District Attorney’s Office announced on Thursday, July 28, that Governor Jerry Browned signature of SB 962, the Smartphone Theft Prevention Act has led to a decline of more than 50 percent of violent smartphone robberies that became prevalent in the region in 2013, District Attorney George Gascon announced. According to a press release from the SF...
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