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Couple Arrested In Hawaii For Spreading COVID (DUPLICATE)

SAN FRANCISCO—The Kauai authorities in Hawaii indicated in a press statement that they arrested a couple after they flew home from San Francisco, knowing they were sick with COVID-19 on Sunday, November 29. Wesley Moribe, 41, and Courtney Peterson, 46, planned to travel to Hawaii from their home in San Francisco. According to reports, the couple traveled with a 4-year-old...

Jets Tailing Small Propeller Plane Alarm Some (DO NOT PUBLISH)

SAN FRANCISCO— A small airplane trailed by two fighter jets caused a stir on Wednesday, Oct. 21, when seen flying near Navato at 5:25 p.m. The propeller airplane turned in multiple patterns over the San Francisco city skyline before landing near San Carlos at 6:46 p.m. according to the live flight tracker website Flight Aware.  Tail number N4519S was visible...

Proposed School Name Changes (DUPLICATE)

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco School Names Advisory Committee, a blue ribbon panel established on May 22, 2018, is responsible for determining the relevance and appropriateness of schools’ names that honor historical figures and recommend alterations to the Board of Education, which votes on further action. The board is made up of 12 community members appointed by the superintendent. Three...

19-Year-Old Woman Missing In SF (DUPLICATE)

SAN FRANCISCO— The San Francisco Police Department is asking the public for information about 19-year-old Sydney West, a teenager who went missing since September 30. At about 2:00 p.m. on October 2, Central Police officers prepared a missing person’s report regarding Sydney West, after her family reported they could not find her. She has depression and is expected to be...

Church Moves Services Outdoors After Fines Reach $112,000 (IN PROGRESS)

SANTA CLARA—Pastor Jack Trieber of North Valley Baptist Church, a South Bay church which defied government shelter-in-place orders by continuing to hold indoor services, announced he would would start holding outdoor services. Trieber announced the decision to move services to the parking lot on September 16, according to ABC7 SF.  In an outdoor sermon on  September 16, Pastor Trieber preached...

Japantown Business Owners Struggle Making Enough For Rent (DO NOT PUBLISH!)

SAN FRANCISCO—Business owners from Japan Center mall have struggled to pay their rent on time and full after the pandemic hit. A staff member from Match Cafe Maiko said from an interview that their business has dropped more than 50% since shelter-in-place, and he did not release any information about paying the store’s rent to their landlord. Katelin, a manager of...

Just Wear A Damn Mask!

UNITED STATES—It does feel like things are slowly trying to get back to normal, but we all know just because we snap our fingers does not mean things will return to the way they were post the COVID-19 pandemic. Many businesses are starting to see the greenlight to reopen their doors, but there are still many that are closed....

State Website Green Lights Indoor Dining In San Francisco*

SAN FRANCISCO—A new website with a new color-coded system, listing the re-opening statuses of each county was introduced by Governor Gavin Newsom on Friday, August 28th. According to this system, San Francisco’s indoor dining was set to reopen August 31st. The map confused San Francisco restaurant owners for the county had made no mention of the supposed date set for...

Attack With Metal Flashlight Leaves Man In Coma*

MONTEBELLO — On Monday, August 10, around 10:35 a.m. two men waiting at the Metrolink Bus Station at 2000 Flotilla St. suffered an unprovoked attack, according to a Facebook news release by the Montebello Police Department. The suspect used a metal flashlight to beat both victims as well as his right foot to stomp the head of one of...

SFUSD School Bus Drivers Laid Off

SAN FRANCISCO— Starting on August 31, the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) will lay off many of its school bus drivers due to the lack of service needed with the COVID-19 pandemic forcing schools to start the new academic year online. While other school districts are still paying their school bus drivers despite suffering budget cuts, SFUSD has decided...
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