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Fatal crash shuts down southbound Hwy 101 in San Jose
The Caltrans sweeper and a "shadow truck" behind it to protect it from traffic were traveling at about 5 mph south in the center divider of the highway, with the "shadow truck" partially in the far left highway lane, CHP Officer Ross Lee said.
SSF Woman Killed In Peninsula Highway Rollover Crash: CHP
SAN MATEO COUNTY, CA — California Highway Patrol officials are investigating a crash on the Peninsula that left one person dead over the weekend. The wreck, which was reported at 1:52 p.m. Sunday near Edgewood Road, involved one vehicle and the driver may have been under the influence.
San Francisco is considering a revenue tax to fight homelessness
Earlier this year Seattle passed and then, a month later, rescinded a head-tax which would only have applied to the wealthiest companies in the city, places like Amazon and Starbucks. The intent was to raise as much as $40 million a year to fight the homelessness problem the city is struggling with.
Palomares Canyon Road Lane Closures
CASTRO VALLEY, CA — County workers will be trimming trees along Palomares Canyon Road, according to Alameda County Public Works.
San Francisco: Arrests in Mission District homicide
Joe Nunez Dosangos, 27, and Reno Ramos, 20, were booked into county jail early Friday morning on suspicion of murder, the police say.
Two men arrested in fatal Mission District shooting
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Oakland’s $9 million homelessness solution: New preventative program launches
The new initiative, dubbed Keep Oakland Housed, aims to prevent homelessness by providing low-income residents at risk of losing their homes with emergency financial assistance, legal representation and other supportive services. It will be run as a partnership between three local nonprofits — Bay A
Berkeley man killed in shooting near Hayward
Eric Allen, whose last known address was in Berkeley, died at Eden Medical Center hours after the shooting, Sgt. J.D. Nelson said. Deputies responded to the 1500 block of Mono Street in the Ashland District about 1:30 p.m. and found Allen wounded.
'Poop map' creator has a message: Stop crapping on San Francisco - Mission Local
Jenn Wong has had her own Sorcerer’s Apprentice moment: Her creation has been wrested out of her control, and is, ever more quickly, working in ways she did not forsee — or approve of.
Fremont Street in SF partially reopened after 20 day closure
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) --The stretch of Fremont Street that runs under the Salesforce Transit Center in San Francisco is partially back open.TIMELINE:A look at the Salesforce Transit Center closure in San FranciscoIt was closed three weeks ago after workers discovered cracks in two of the Center's supp
Two scooter companies allowed to hit some streets in San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO- Starting on Monday, after a four-month absence, you may notice electric scooters zipping around on some San Francisco streets again.
San Francisco School Board President Attacks Trump, Drops Pledge of Allegiance
However, when interviewed byThe Washington Post, he added, “I don’t spend much time thinking about President Trump.”
Air Canada's close call in San Francisco could've been 'worst aviation accident in history'
Air Canada nearly had 'worst aviation accident'A passenger plane soaring into the sky.GETTY IMAGESSafety officials say a near collision of airliners in San Francisco last year was a few feet frombecoming the worst crashin aviation history.TheNational Transportation Safety Boardissued a final report
Did hawk disguise itself as a tree branch to catch a squirrel?
A Harris's hawk named Remmy looks for pigeons to scare away at a parking garage at Broadway Plaza in Walnut Creek, Calif., on Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2018. Bridget Maguire-Colton, of Hayward, a licensed handler, who works for "The Hawk Pros," a company that uses hawk and falcons for pest control, uses Rem
City Required To Return Car To Homeless Man - San Francisco News
SAN FRANCISCO—A federal judge in San Francisco on Wednesday, October 10, ordered the return of a vehicle that belongs to Sean Kayode, 52, who is homeless and was living out of his car while he was working for a food delivery service.
Muni Bus Driver Dies Weeks After Accident - San Francisco News
Milton James, 66, died on September 24 from injuries suffered during the September 10 crash.James died at Zuckerberg SFGH confirmed Maricella Miranda, Public Relations Officer at ZSFG Capital Projects.
PG&E poised to shut off power due to high fire danger
The greater likelihood is potentially turning off the power in advance of windy weather, and PG&E and county officials are contacting customers directly and providing early warning notification, when and where possible, via automated calls, texts, and emails.
Woman dies in solo I-280 rollover collision in Redwood City
Just after 1:50 a.m. Sunday, officers with the CHP’s Redwood City office responded to reports of a solo collision on northbound I-280, north of Edgewood Road.
How San Francisco's Democrats made Jim Jones, and then made his memory vanish
Do you remember that time the entire Democratic Party in California behaved like cultists, enraptured by Peoples Temple leader Jim Jones?If you lived through the bizarre suicides of 918 people in Guyana on Nov. 18, 1978, it’s hard not to remember where you were when you heard the news. It would be l
Lime tried to block the scooter companies who received San Francisco permits… it didn’t work out
Lime, the Uber-backed scooter startup recently denied the almighty scooterpermitin San Francisco, has decided it won’t scoot gentle into that good night.