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Utility Wires A Growing Concern In SF

SAN FRANCISCO—A network of utility wires large enough to wrap around the planet more than six times has become a problem in the state...

Standoff Ends In Ingleside

SAN FRANCISCO—A police standoff that lasted through the night came to an end on January 23 after officers arrested a barricaded suspect in the...

Vogelsong Signs With The Giants

SAN FRANCISCO—Ryan Vogelsong is returning to the Bay. Following a handful of free agency inquires and a visit with the Houston Astros, the right-hander signed...

Hipster Robs Bank

SAN FRANCISCO—The FBI and San Francisco Police Department are conducting a city-wide manhunt for a bank robber who has successfully robbed seven banks dating...

Visitacion Valley Witness to Homicide

SAN FRANCISCO—A 33-year-old man was shot and killed in San Francisco's Visitacion Valley neighborhood on Tuesday, January 20. The attack was reported by the citywide...

Birds Saved In Local Rescue Effort

SAN FRANCISCO—In a disturbing wildlife phenomenon, approximately 100 birds have been found dead in the San Francisco Bay Area. Initially discovered on beaches on January...

Medical Examiner Inherits Tons Of Cases

SAN FRANCISCO—When Dr. Michael Hunter takes over as the chief of the San Francisco's Medical Examiner office, he will inherent 800 city-wide death cases. Hunter,...

Bay Area Bids Adieu To Freedom Train

SAN FRANCISCO—Monday, January 19 marked the final day that Bay Area residents would have the opportunity to ride the Freedom Train. A three-decade tradition in honor...

Tenderloin Shooting Injures Two

SAN FRANCISCO—Two victims were injured during a shooting that took place in San Francisco's Tenderloin District on Monday, January 12. At approximately 1 p.m., officers from...

Shooting In Hayes Valley Kills Four

SAN FRANCISCO—A shooting on January 9 at four men that were parked in a stolen vehicle resulted in increased police activity in the Hayes...
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