SFPD Investigating Shooting That Left at Least Six People Injured
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SFPD Investigating Shooting That Left at Least Six People Injured

Police are investigating a shooting that injured six people in San Francisco early this morning. Officers responded to Mission and 13th streets at 12:46 a.m….

Embarcadero BART Station Reopens, Person Under Train Taken to Hospital
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Embarcadero BART Station Reopens, Person Under Train Taken to Hospital

The Embarcadero BART station in San Francisco has reopened tonight after a person was reportedly under a train, transit agency officials said. BART received reports…

Supes Vote in Favor of Equal Pay Ordinance for City Contractors
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Supes Vote in Favor of Equal Pay Ordinance for City Contractors

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted unanimously today in favor of an ordinance amending the city’s administrative code that will require city contractors to…

Supes Support Predictable Schedules, Fair Treatment for Retail Workers Ordinance
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Supes Support Predictable Schedules, Fair Treatment for Retail Workers Ordinance

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously passed an ordinance today that aims to provide more predictable schedules and more equal pay for retail workers…

Man Shot, Killed in Duboce Triangle Robbery Identified
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Man Shot, Killed in Duboce Triangle Robbery Identified

A man shot and killed in a robbery in San Francisco’s Duboce Triangle neighborhood early Monday morning has been identified as 22-year-old Michael Marquez of…

Homeless Person Beaten to Death in Unprovoked FiDi Attack
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Homeless Person Beaten to Death in Unprovoked FiDi Attack

Investigators are looking for a group of “cowards” who attacked and beat a sleeping homeless man to death in San Francisco’s Financial District early Monday…

Man Found Dead in Suspected SoMa Homicide Identified
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Man Found Dead in Suspected SoMa Homicide Identified

A man found dead in a suspected homicide in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood Monday afternoon has been identified as a 63-year-old San Francisco…

SFUSD Educators to Receive 12 Percent Raise Under Tentative Contract Agreement
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SFUSD Educators to Receive 12 Percent Raise Under Tentative Contract Agreement

Educators in the San Francisco Unified School District are looking forward to a 12 percent raise in their salaries over the next three years following…

Jury to Begin Deliberating Monday in Police Corruption Trial
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Jury to Begin Deliberating Monday in Police Corruption Trial

Prosecution and defense attorneys in the federal corruption trial of two San Francisco police officers rested their cases today, clearing the way for the jury…

Armed Man Robs Bank in Laurel Village Shopping Center
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Armed Man Robs Bank in Laurel Village Shopping Center

An armed suspect robbed a bank at the Laurel Village Shopping Center in San Francisco’s Laurel Heights neighborhood on Saturday evening, police said. The suspect,…

Protestors Arrested Following Grand Jury’s Decision in Ferguson Shooting
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Protestors Arrested Following Grand Jury’s Decision in Ferguson Shooting

Oakland police have made numerous arrests tonight in a protest that started in the downtown area and continued to Interstate Highway 580 following a grand…

Man Shot in Bayview’s Alice Griffith Housing Complex
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Man Shot in Bayview’s Alice Griffith Housing Complex

Police are investigating a shooting that injured a 25-year-old man at the Alice Griffith public housing complex in San Francisco’s Bayview District on Friday afternoon….

Coalition of Residents Plan to Draft Initiative to Limit Home-Sharing Platforms
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Coalition of Residents Plan to Draft Initiative to Limit Home-Sharing Platforms

A crowd of people gathered outside Airbnb headquarters in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood this morning to announce their plans to draft an initiative…

SFPD Investigating Suspicious Death of Homeless Man in FiDi
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SFPD Investigating Suspicious Death of Homeless Man in FiDi

San Francisco police said the death of a man whose body was located in an alley in San Francisco’s Financial District this morning in being…

Five Suspects Flee After Fatal Duboce Triangle Shooting
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Five Suspects Flee After Fatal Duboce Triangle Shooting

Police are investigating a fatal shooting early this morning in San Francisco’s Duboce Triangle neighborhood in which five suspects fled after robbing and killing a…

SFPD Investigating Fatal Shooting
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SFPD Investigating Fatal Shooting

San Francisco police this morning are investigating a fatal shooting in the area of Henry and Noe streets. Dennis Culver, Bay City News

SFMTA Board Approves $6.6M Project Along 71 Haight-Noriega Route
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SFMTA Board Approves $6.6M Project Along 71 Haight-Noriega Route

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will embark on a $6.6 million project to add pedestrian safety improvements and improve service reliability along the 71…

12 Year Old Missing Since November 10th Reunited With Family
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12 Year Old Missing Since November 10th Reunited With Family

A San Francisco police officer confirmed today that a missing 12-year-old girl, who was seen on International Boulevard in Oakland, has returned home. Imani Howell,…

Man Attempted to Sexually Assault 7 Year Old in Public Restroom
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Man Attempted to Sexually Assault 7 Year Old in Public Restroom

Police said today they are seeking a man suspected of attempting to sexually assault a 7-year-old in a public restroom at Lafayette Park in San…

SFPD Seeking Public’s Help in Finding Man Suspected of Groping Several Women
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SFPD Seeking Public’s Help in Finding Man Suspected of Groping Several Women

Police are asking for the public’s help in locating an unknown man who has groped women in San Francisco’s Nob Hill neighborhood on multiple occasions…

Protestors Call for Immigration Policies to Protect Marginalized Communities
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Protestors Call for Immigration Policies to Protect Marginalized Communities

Dozens of protesters gathered outside the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in San Francisco’s Financial District today to urge the…

Homeless Man Arrested in String of Arson Fires
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Homeless Man Arrested in String of Arson Fires

A 73-year-old homeless man suspected of setting a series of fires in San Francisco’s Union Square and Financial District has been arrested, police said today….

Tunnel Fire Delays Caltrain Over the Weekend
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Tunnel Fire Delays Caltrain Over the Weekend

Several trains operated by Caltrain were delayed by more than 20 minutes today after crews doused a minor fire in a tunnel at 18th Street…

Intersection Reopens After Window Washer Falls From Roof
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Intersection Reopens After Window Washer Falls From Roof

The intersection of Montgomery and California streets in San Francisco’s Financial District reopened this afternoon after a man fell from the roof of an 11-story…

Woman Pleads Guilty to Helping Run Prostitution Website
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Woman Pleads Guilty to Helping Run Prostitution Website

A Rocklin, California, woman accused of helping run a website that advertised prostitution services changed her plea to guilty Thursday, according to court documents. Annmarie…

Man Stabbed While Sleeping on the Ground in SoMa
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Man Stabbed While Sleeping on the Ground in SoMa

A suspect with a knife stabbed a man while he was sleeping on the ground in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood early this morning,…

Men Shot in Bayview District While Working on Car
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Men Shot in Bayview District While Working on Car

Two men who were shot while they working on a car outside a residence in San Francisco’s Bayview District on Thursday evening, police said. Officers…

Weekend Traffic And Transit Disruptions: Urbanathon, Sunset Tunnel Closure, Remember Not To Feed The Meters On Sundays
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Weekend Traffic And Transit Disruptions: Urbanathon, Sunset Tunnel Closure, Remember Not To Feed The Meters On Sundays

Athletic Association Event On Saturday:  The San Francisco Gaelic Athletic Association event will take place at San Francisco Gaelic Fields on Treasure Island. A street…

SFMTA Parking and Traffic Citations Can Now be Contested Online
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SFMTA Parking and Traffic Citations Can Now be Contested Online

Folks contesting a citation for a parking or transit violation issued by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency can submit evidence in an easier, and…

Federal Prosecutors Collect $327M From Criminal, Civil Actions This Year
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Federal Prosecutors Collect $327M From Criminal, Civil Actions This Year

The U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Northern District of California, based in San Francisco, collected more than $327 million in criminal and civil actions in…

PG&E to Appeal Commission Sanction for Judge-Shopping Emails
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PG&E to Appeal Commission Sanction for Judge-Shopping Emails

The California Public Utilities Commission at a meeting in San Francisco today imposed a $1.05 million fine as well as an additional potentially multimillion penalty…

SF City Attorney Sues Oakland Tax Preparation Service Over Tax Refund Fraud Targeting Low-Income Residents
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SF City Attorney Sues Oakland Tax Preparation Service Over Tax Refund Fraud Targeting Low-Income Residents

The city attorney for San Francisco is suing an Oakland-based tax preparation company over allegations it systematically swindled low-income residents out of their tax refunds….

SFPD Arrests Suspect in Fatal Hayes Valley Stabbing
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SFPD Arrests Suspect in Fatal Hayes Valley Stabbing

A San Francisco man suspected of fatally stabbing another man in the city’s Hayes Valley neighborhood last week has been arrested, police said today. San…

SF Considering Bid for 2024 Olympic Games
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SF Considering Bid for 2024 Olympic Games

San Francisco business and city leaders are mulling a proposal to bring the Olympic and Paralympic Games to San Francisco in 2024. San Francisco is…

UC Board of Regents Approves Tuition Increase
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UC Board of Regents Approves Tuition Increase

The full University of California Board of Regents has voted this morning in favor of a plan that will increase tuition by 5 percent each…

St. Anthony’s Hopes to Collect 1,500 Turkeys, Other Items for Thanksgiving
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St. Anthony’s Hopes to Collect 1,500 Turkeys, Other Items for Thanksgiving

With a week left until Thanksgiving Day, the St. Anthony Foundation in San Francisco is hoping to reach its goal of collecting 1,500 turkeys and…

Opponents of UC Tuition Hike Take Over Building In Protest
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Opponents of UC Tuition Hike Take Over Building In Protest

10:31 PM: A group of students and activists has taken over Wheeler Hall at the University of California at Berkeley this evening following a vote…

SFFD Pulls Two People Out of the Bay
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SFFD Pulls Two People Out of the Bay

The San Francisco Fire Department pulled two people from the San Francisco Bay today, according to a spokeswoman. A department representative said firefighters first responded…

Rain Expected to Fall Intermittently in Bay Area Through Saturday
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Rain Expected to Fall Intermittently in Bay Area Through Saturday

Light amounts of rain are expected to fall intermittently throughout the Bay Area from today through Saturday, a National Weather Service forecaster said. The rain…

Restaurant Workers Receive $4.1M in Dim Sum Restaurant Settlement
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Restaurant Workers Receive $4.1M in Dim Sum Restaurant Settlement

Employees at a San Francisco dim sum restaurant won big in a $4 million settlement on behalf of workers who had been denied the city’s…