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Evacuations issued due to grass fire in Healdsburg
HEALDSBURG (KRON) - Crews are battling a grass fire in Healdsburg just west of Madrona Manor Thursday afternoon.There is a mandatory evacuation of Madrona Knolls Road.Authorities ask that resident stay away from the area.Check back for updatesWHAT OTHERS ARE CLICKING ON:
San Francisco man shot near Bayview District youth center
SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - A San Francisco man was shot and critically hurt near a Bayview District youth center on Monday afternoon, police said.The shooting happened at around 12:17 p.m. on the 100 block of Kiska Road. When officers arrived, they found a 43-year-old man shot just across the street fro
7-Eleven Robbery Suspect Arrested - San Francisco News
SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Police Department arrested a suspect in connection to a string of robberies at several 7-Eleven establishments dating back to June 16. On July 17, Mario Robinson, 27, of Oakland was taken into custody by member of the Tenderloin Station and the SFPD Robbery Detail, wh
1 hospitalized after stabbing in San Francisco, police searching for suspect
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) --One person has been hospitalized after a stabbing at 11th and Market Street in San Francisco, police said.Police say at this time it is not known if the suspect and the victim knew each other. We are also waiting to hear if the person who was stabbed was on a Muni bus or near a
Woman who died on SMART tracks ID’d
Fisher had lived in Marin County dating to at least 2008, at addresses in the town of Fairfax, according to public records. She died shortly after being hit by a southbound train about 5:48 a.m. just north of the Hamilton Station in Novato while crawling on the tracks, Novato police Capt. Jim Correa
Meditating man in San Francisco’s Tenderloin punched in face, robbed
The victim, described only as a 43-year-old man, lost consciousness and was treated at a local hospital following the assault at Turk and Larkin streets shortly before 2 a.m. Thursday, according to the San Francisco Police Department.
LGBTQ Guide: San Francisco museum shines light on hidden history
It was a daunting mission from the start: Bring visibility to a culture that, historically, had to be invisible. But it would be impossible to go through the displays at the GLBT History Museum and not see something that you didn’t see before.
San Francisco restaurants on high alert for extortion scam
San Francisco is a notoriously difficult city for restaurants, between rising costs, staffing shortages and stiff competition.
Giants, Dodgers await discipline decision for Puig, Hundley
LOS ANGELES - What would the Giants rivalry be without Juan Marichal going after Johnny Roseboro with a bat? Or Reggie Smith climbing into the stands at Candlestick to take on a fan? Or Yasiel Puig vs. Madison Bumgarner, or now, Puig vs. Nick Hundley.
San Francisco man sentenced to prison in child porn case
Krishna Viramontes, 37, of San Francisco, was sentenced Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018, to 17 years in federal prison for making pornographic videos of his lover, a minor, and later threatening to post them unless the youth resumed their relationship.
What $2,300 rents you in San Francisco right now
Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a regular column exploring what you can rent for a set dollar amount in different neighborhoods. Is one person’s studio is another person’s townhouse? Today’s price: $2,300.
Mill Valley School Calendar 2018-19: First Day Of School
MILL VALLEY, CA — The first day of School in Mill Valley is August 23 — and whether you and the kids are looking forward to the new school year or are dreading the end of summer, you'll want to mark the dates on your calendar ASAP. The Mill Valley School District has released its 2018-2019 calendars
Woman sitting on stoop in SF’s Mission District shot in the head
The victim, who was not identified, was shot around 11:45 p.m. outside a home on 23rd and Hampshire streets, police said.
San Francisco Brewery Teases Beer Inspired by In-N-Out; Restaurant Responds With Beer Puns, Cease and Desist Letter
A beer meant to marry two of California’s biggest loves — craft brew and In-N-Out burgers — is now the subject of a potential copyright lawsuit over the burger chain’s iconic palm tree and arrow logo.Potentially even more troubling? The flavor: Neopolitan milkshake stout.Last month, San Francisco cr
San Francisco to deploy new 6 person 'poop patrol'
The city's Pit Stop Program includes mobile bathrooms with staff on hand to make sure that people are using the facilities as intended, but despite those bathrooms, there are still areas were human and animal waste dots the streets.
Poop Patrol: Cleaning San Francisco's Streets
SAN FRANCISCO, CA — The San Francisco Department of Public Works announced Tuesday it will assemble a new team, known as the Poop Patrol, which will be focused on cleaning up human and animal waste throughout the city.
Help Needed In Bayview District Shooting - San Francisco News
SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Police Department is asking for the public’s help for information about a shooting that transpired on Monday, August 13. According to the SFPD, at approximately 12:17 p.m., officers from Bayview Station responded to a shooting on the 100 block of Kiska Road.
Man fighting for his life after San Francisco shooting
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I Never Wanted to Raise a Kid in San Francisco – The Bold Italic
Istared at the two flights of Muni-station stairs in front of me in dismay. The elevator was out. My infant son wailed because I was taking too long. No one stopped to offer help. There were no strong, young men standing around, the kind that are used to being asked to do things like this. I could e
Supervisor calls for safety hearing on contractors after tunnel worker's death
SAN FRANCISCO (KTVU)- San Francisco Supervisor Norman Yee is now Calling for a hearing on the safety record of city contracts, in light of a company whose worker was crushed by a steel beam last Friday, when he was working on the Twin Peaks Tunnel project in San Francisco.