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Perpetrators In TV News Robbery Detained

SAN FRANCISCO—Perpetrators involved in a robbery involving a local news crew while they were reporting a story have been detained by the San Francisco...

California Dentists Allowed To Give Patients COVID Vaccine

CALIFORNIA—California dentists can administer the COVID-19 vaccination to their patients, including those who are 16 years old and older, according to a statement released...

Officer-Involved Shooting At Westfield San Francisco Centre

SAN FRANCISCO—A San Francisco police officer shot a man near the Westfield San Francisco Centre on Tuesday, November 17. An unknown number of men were...

Sonoma County Will Not Appeal Pothole Case

CALIFORNIA—Catherine Williams filed and won a lawsuit against Sonoma County for a large pothole they neglected to properly fix and on November 15, the...

SF Firefighter Injured In Muni Bus Accident

SAN FRANCISCO—Matt Vann, a firefighter with the San Francisco Fire Department, was in critical condition and sent to San Francisco General Hospital, after an...

Police Still Looking For Missing Teenager

SAN FRANCISCO—Sydney West, 19, has been missing for almost a month. Her mother and father, Jay and Kimberly, have just released a video on...

SF Temporarily Bans Indoor Dining

SAN FRANCISCO—Indoor dining has been delayed indeterminately for San Francisco restaurants because of the pandemic. Originally, officials in San Francisco believed that the Bay...

Power Restored In San Francisco

CALIFORNIA—Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) has restored electricity to most residents in St. Helena. According to the PG&E power outage map on their website,...

Chimes Of Cable Cars Fill SF Streets

SAN FRANCISCO—The Municipal Transportation Agency (MUNI) annually organizes a local tradition of bells chiming on cable cars on Saturday, October 24 in San Francisco. The...

U-Haul Driver Dies After Jumping Into Bay

SAN FRANCISCO—On Thursday, October 22, a man who stole a U-Haul died after he jumped off the San Francisco Bay Bridge. About 12:20 a.m., a...
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