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VIDEO: Woman dubbed 'Permit Patty' calls cops on girl selling water in San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - There's a new member added to the Bay Area's notorious family of BBQ Becky and Jogger Joe. Meet "Permit Patty," who's causing some uproar in San Francisco after she was caught on camera calling the cops to report a young girl selling water outside her apartment building. In
Sri Lankan police arrest 2 villagers in killing of leopard
The two were among a group of more than a dozen villagers who beat the animal to death with clubs on Thursday after it reportedly attacked and injured at least 10 people in a village in the northern district of Kilinochchi, about 340 kilometers (211 miles) from Colombo, the capital, said police spok
Alameda County strike team arrives at out-of-control Lake County wildfire
OAKLAND, Calif. (BCN)- Two separate Alameda County fire strike teams with fire crews from several different departments have been dispatched early this morning to the Pawnee Fire in Lake County, fire officials said.
One person killed, another injured in San Bruno highway rollover crash
At least one person has died and another was seriously injured after a solo-vehicle crash on the westbound Interstate Highway 380 off-ramp to the El Camino Real in San Bruno on Saturday night, according to the California Highway Patrol.The CHP said the rollover crash involving a four-door BMW occur
San Francisco holds 48th annual Pride Parade
But all in all, this was a day dedicated to SF Pride, and in typical fashion, it was a grand party.
Transgender woman says she was asked for ID to use restroom, then kicked out of restaurant
WASHINGTON - The weekend was supposed to be one long bachelorette party, kicked off with dinner and dancing at Cuba Libre, a lively Cuban restaurant and rum bar in downtown Washington,D.C.
Bay Area LIFE: Celebrate 4th of July with the San Francisco Symphony!
Immerse yourself in a Shoreline Amphitheatre tradition of phenomenal music and fireworks to celebrate the Fourth of July! Listen as the SF Symphony's patriotic performance permeates the night air, as you watch the breathtaking firework show overhead. Led by conductor Edwin Outwater, the SF Symphony
San Francisco grass fire injures 1, damages building
A grass fire near Highway 280 in San Francisco injured one person and damaged the exterior of a building, officials said.San Francisco firefighters contained the blaze to two acres, according to the Fire Department. It started near Ellsworth Street and Crescent Avenue.A fence was also damaged, offic
The Latest: English bulldog Zsa Zsa wins Ugliest Dog contest
Zsa Zsa, an English Bulldog owned by Megan Brainard, stands onstage after being announced the winner of the World's Ugliest Dog Contest at the Sonoma-Marin Fair in Petaluma, Calif., Saturday, June 23, 2018.
1 Killed, Another Injured In Oakland Shooting
OAKLAND, CA -- A 43-year-old man was killed and another man injured Friday night in a shooting near the Mills College campus, police said. The shooting was reported about 9:30 p.m. in the 5900 block of MacArthur Boulevard, where police said the two men - both Oakland residents -- were found with gun
Bay Area heat expected to dissipate Sunday; fire danger remains
OAKLAND, Calif. (BCN)- Temperatures above the century mark in many parts of the Bay Area on Saturday afternoon have firefighters braced for action, along with health officials opening cooling centers and imploring people to not leave kids or pets in parked cars.
Woman confronts SF 8-year-old and the girl’s mother’s video goes viral
“An 8 year old selling water in front of her apartment building where she’s lived her whole life is NOT a reason to call the Police,” the girl’s mother, identified only as Instagram user @ladyesowavy wrote in the video caption.
San Francisco Wraps Up Gay Pride Celebration With Parade
San Francisco wraps up a weekend of gay pride events with Sunday's always colorful Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Pride Parade and March through the heart of the city.
Poop. Needles. Rats. Homeless camp pushes SF neighborhood to the edge
The Chronicle receives a deluge of email every day, but one message sent to the news desk on a Saturday evening in April was particularly memorable.“There is a suitcase full of human s— on the corner of Isis and 13th,” the email read. “Last night, I had to threaten violence to a man smoking crystal
San Jose: Man found shot to death near Hellyer Park
SAN JOSE — A man was found shot to death in a neighborhood south of Hellyer Park early Saturday, marking San Jose’s 14th homicide of the year, police said.
Grass fire burning in San Francisco, evacuations ordered
#062218WF12nd Alarm 800 Ellsworth Street UNDER CONTROL 4 Homes and 4 Fences damaged, 4 additional fences damaged, and 1 minor adult injury. This fire is under investigation 1231pmpic.twitter.com/zHqXYoV8Yc— San Francisco Fire (@sffdpio)June 22, 2018
One Killed In Peninsula Crash
SAN BRUNO, CA -- At least one person has died and another was seriously injured after a solo-vehicle crash on the westbound Interstate Highway 380 off-ramp to the El Camino Real in San Bruno on Saturday night, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Surprising Bay Area spot contains some of the world's best Victorian art
Most of the attraction in Colma, a quiet necropolis just north of Millbrae, has to do with what's buried underground. Its 17 cemeteries comprise almost ¾ of the the city's land area and are the eternal homes to notable Bay Area residents, from Levi Strauss to Joe DiMaggio.
Pink Triangle Symbolizes Decades of SF Pride
“When the pink triangle began, 23 years ago, it went up as a renegade craft project in the middle of the night so we wouldn’t be arrested,” said Patrick Carney, with Friends of the Pink Triangle. Carney was there at the beginning.
Demonstrators gather in San Francisco for 'Keep Families Together' march against separating families
Winnie Porter, who immigrated to the United States as a child, wore a mylar blanket. She says this is to show solidarity with immigrants. Pictures from detention centers show children wrapped in similar blanket. "I'm just so outraged it's really hard to put into words," said Porter. "We're wearing t