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Two Birds from Alameda – December 7, 2023
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San Francisco pursuit ends in Oakland crash
A police pursuit that started in San Francisco ended in a crash in Oakland Thursday afternoon, police said. It all started at around 2 p.m. in the 900 block of Grant St. when police responded to a robbery. They then spotted the car matching the description of the one involved in the crime and attempted to stop the driver.
The State of Local News in Alameda
The following are the remarks that Alameda Post publisher Adam Gillitt gave in front of a California Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, held Tuesday, December 5 , at the UCLA School of Law. The topic of the hearing was “The Importance of Journalism in the Digital Age” and the Post was included during Part IV: The State of News and Reporting Today. Download the agenda and the background paper . The hearing was streamed live and the recording is available online ; the remarks begin at approximately 2:09:30. Read our coverage of the hearing .
Berkeley Apple Store hit, report of 40 iPhones taken
Berkeley police responded to the Apple Store on Fourth Street on Thursday for a report of masked thieves who snatched an estimated 40 iPhones. As of publication time, officers were still on the scene determining exactly what happened, Berkeley police said.
Bay Area man arrested three times in four days amid alleged crime spree
A Bay Area man was arrested three times in four days, officials said.
San Francisco Doctor and Mother-in-Law Face Fraud Charges in Multimillion-Dollar Insurance Scheme
San Francisco's medical community is reeling from charges against one of its pain management doctors and his mother-in-law for allegedly running a complex insurance fraud scheme. The district attorney's office dropped the hammer, accusing Dr. Gary Martinovsky and Raisa Rikoshinsky of bilking insurers out of millions with bogus medical liens, double billing, and phantom services.
Cafe apologizes after workers make anti-Israel remarks, block woman from restroom
OAKLAND – An Oakland coffee shop is apologizing for an incident after hate-speech graffiti was found in a restroom and how staffers handled a customer who tried to document it.Last week, a woman recorded employees of Farley's East coffee shop blocking her access to the bathroom, while making anti-Israel comments.In a clip of the video, one employee is heard saying to the woman, "this is private property" and is asking her to leave."I want to go into the restroom," the woman says.Another employee said, "I know Israel loves taking private property and saying it's their own…""You're not going to let...
Gonzo Journalist Interviews Serial Car Burglar In SF, Draws Direct Line Between Fentanyl and 24th Street Vendors
You may be familiar with gonzo YouTube journalist Andrew Callaghan and his "Channel 5" interviews with everyone from the Q Shaman, to anti-vaxxers, and Phish fans. Well, he just spent some time in San Francisco, and his footage is both sensational and enlightening. Let's start by saying that Callaghan doesn't...
Boyfriend of 27-Year-Old Tech Worker Arrested on Suspicion of Her Killing
Kimberly Wong is pictured in a portrait on her personal website. | Source: Screen grab from Squarespace. The boyfriend of a 27-year-old San Francisco woman who was found dead in her Presidio Heights home last month has been arrested on suspicion of murder. Scott Fisher, 29, was booked at the...
The Experience, Alameda: Karibu Wine Lounge by Wichira News
Get ready to elevate your brunch experience with Karibu by Wachira as they introduce their inaugural Mezani Brunch! Saturday, December 16 from 11am – 2pm they will debut their monthly brunch featuring delightful bites of Kenyan cuisine alongside American breakfast items, all served buffet-style. Each ticket includes one plate of food and one glass of award-winning wines, mimosas or bellinis. Immerse yourself in the vibrant flavors of Kenya with delectable dishes and upbeat music. Don’t miss this opportunity to savor the perfect blend of Kenyan and American brunch delights!
Update: Driver killed in multi-vehicle crash on northbound I-680 in Martinez identified
The driver of the car who was killed Tuesday morning after crashing into a stalled truck on northbound Interstate 680 in Martinez has been identified by the Contra Costa County Coroner's Office. Jimmy Thai, 39, of Novato, died in the crash, which was reported to the California Highway Patrol shortly after 9:30 a.m. Someone driving a Ford F-550 truck stopped in the far left lane of the highway over mechanical issues. Thai, who was driving a Ford Escape, was unable to avoid the truck and crashed into its rear end, CHP officials said. Thai was pronounced dead at the scene. The truck driver was not injured in the crash, according to the CHP. Anyone with information about the crash or who witnessed the events leading up to it can call the CHP's Contra Costa-area office at (925) 646-4980 or email email@example.com.
Berkeley shooting investigation sees man, woman arrested
A Berkeley shooting investigation led to a woman's arrest Monday after police found her home "uninhabitable … for the juveniles residing there." A man staying with the woman was also arrested, police said in a statement Tuesday.
Oakland USPS processing facility says it's ready for holiday season rush
At the United States Postal Service's Oakland processing facility, more than 1,000 employees are working everyday this month to deliver a little holiday magic.
A San Francisco Norteño Said He’d Left Gang Life Behind. He Just Got 33 Years for Killings
Fernando Madrigal claimed he had left the Norteño gang. Here, he is seen in a photo from court documents showing his tattoos, one of which reads, “Long Live Lil Panch.” | Source: Courtesy U.S. Attorney's Office. A San Francisco man who said he was a reformed gang...
Litter of puppies found after transit cops chase stolen car; One pup lept out window & is missing
The BART Police Department's Strategic Response Team, in collaboration with the Alameda County Regional Auto Theft Task Force, achieved a significant breakthrough resulting in an arrest and the rescue of several young puppies.
Pleasant Hill Residents Advised to Stay Indoors Amid Heavy Police Presence
Breaking news from Pleasant Hill as over a dozen police officers swarm a local neighborhood, advising residents to stay indoors. The area around Cleopatra Drive is the focus, with all traffic blocked. The reason for this heavy police presence remains unclear. Stay tuned for updates.
San Francisco business owner seriously injured in attack outside shop
SAN FRANCISCO - A San Francisco business owner is suffering from serious injuries after being attacked outside his shop in SOMA. The brazen encounter is caught on camera. Mark Sackett owns the building at the corner of Howard and Moss, built in the 1920s, where the San Francisco Examiner was once printed.
CHP: Man, 35, stole $137,000 in tobacco products in sophisticated network to resell smokes
In a breakthrough for law enforcement, an Oakland man has been apprehended in connection with the theft of over $137,000 worth of tobacco products, the California Highway Patrol said.
Suspected San Francisco killer arrested on Fillmore Street
SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — A suspected killer was arrested in San Francisco this week in connection to a summer homicide, police said. The victim was fatally shot in the Bayview District on Quesada Avenue at 11:10 p.m. on August 4. The victim was pronounced deceased at a hospital. Homicide detectives identified a San Francisco man, […]
Off-duty East Palo Alto Officer Robbed at Gunpoint in Walnut Creek, Suspects Arrested
• An off-duty East Palo Alto police officer, James Fortune, was robbed at gunpoint by three men in downtown Walnut Creek, California. His badge was taken during the incident.