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SFPD Seeks Assistance In Homicide Case

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in a homicide case that occurred on Sunday, July 17, according to the SFPD website. Authorities are asking for anyone who has pictures or videos of the homicide incident or the events leading up to the incident to come forward with information. On Sunday, at around around 1:30 a.m., officers from the...

Mission District Protesters Assault News Crew

SAN FRANCISCO—According to Mission Local, a protest was held on Friday, July 15 showing solidarity with teachers in Mexico’s state of Oaxaca. In Oaxaca, thousands of students and teachers have marched against the government in response to controversial education reforms. A news crew was recording the scene of the protest on Valencia Street near the San Francisco Police Department Mission...

Judge Approves Golden State Warriors New Stadium

SAN FRANCISCO—The Golden State Warriors can now began building a new stadium in the Mission Bay neighborhood.  On Monday, July 18, Supreme Court Judge Garrett Wong approved the city’s environmental review and the approval process. The judge has the rejected claims from lawsuits filed in December 2015 and January 2016 by the Mission Bay Alliance challenging the city's environmental review and...

High Bids Could Delay Golden Gate Bridge Suicide Nets

SAN FRANCISCO—The city of San Francisco will continue to move forward on plans to build a suicide barrier on the Golden Gate Bridge despite bids that far exceeded initial estimates, over twice as much. The plan, that was approved two years ago, is to install a 20-foot steel netting below the deck on both sides of the span. The initial...

84 Killed In Terrorist Attack In France

NICE, FRANCE—On Thursday, July 14, a terrorist attack happened in Nice, France during a Bastilles fireworks celebration claiming the lives of 84 people and injuring 202 people, according to reports. This marks the third major terrorist attack in France in the last 19 months. Around 10:30 p.m. on Thursday, a large truck turned left onto Promenade des Anglais, a seaside...

All Lives Matter

UNITED STATES—This week has been a whirlwind of all sorts, with the recent shootings that took place in Louisiana, than in Minnesota, but hearing that news of the fatal shooting in Dallas that left 5 police officers dead and several others injured raises a serious question in the state of America: hate is very much prevalent. Yes, we have...

Hearst Foundation Awards $725,000 To Bay Area

SAN FRANCISCO—The Hearst Foundation has awarded $725,000 in grants to nine organizations in the Bay Area, according to the San Francisco Gate. The awards go to organizations and institutions that reflect the philanthropic interests of William Randolph Hearst in education, health, culture and social services. The San Francisco Film Society and Richmond’s Rubicon Programs were awarded with $150,000 each. The...

Kayakers Come Within Yards Of Whales In Bay

SAN FRANCISCO—Kayakers in the San Francisco Bay stumbled across four breaching whales in the midst of a feeding frenzy this weekend and the event was captured on video. Lyrinda Synderman, 68, a retired architect from Berkeley, was with with three members from her kayaking club: Dick Mallory, Holly Smith, and Don Fleming, when they spotted a flock of birds flying close...

“The Shallows” Is A Thrill-A-Minute!

HOLLYWOOD—Let’s just be honest, it has been quite some time since audiences have been treated to a thrill-a-minute shark flick in the essence of the great classic “Jaws.” While no flick will ever live-up to the direction and the suspense-laced blockbuster that Steven Spielberg helmed, the film “The Shallows" will indeed make Americans question yet again rather it’s safe...

Sniper Shoots And Kills Police Officers In Dallas

UNITED STATES—Five Dallas police officers were killed in Texas by a sniper who opened up fire during a peaceful protest on Thursday, July 7. Seven other officers were injured as well as two civilians, accord to The Washington Post. One suspect was killed, three are in custody, and the Dallas Police Department is still investigating the incident. Protesters came together...
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