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San Francisco police ask public for help locating sex-assault suspect

SAN FRANCISCO -- San Francisco police are asking the public to help find the suspect in a June 12 sexual assault in the city's Balboa Park neighborhood.According to police, on June 12 at approximately 6:20 a.m., a male suspect about 5 feet tall wearing a red hoodie followed a 20-year-old woman for several blocks before accosting her in the 1200 block of Cayuga Avenue, grabbing her from behind, covering her mouth and sexually assaulting her.The victim fought off the suspect who then ran, police said. It is believed the suspect may have sustained injuries to his fingers or hands during the struggle.Police said the suspect was last seen heading north on Cayuga Avenue wearing a red-hooded sweatshirt, dark pants and dark shoes with white stripe and white shoelaces.Anyone with information is asked to contact Sgt. Esther Gonzalez with the special victims unit at or (415) 734-3003. The anonymous SFPD Tip Line is (415) 575-4444 or you may text a tip to TIP411 and begin the message with SFPD.

NFL World Reacts To Death Of Legendary Running Back

On Thursday afternoon, the football world learned that an iconic player passed away. Hugh McElhenny, a five-time All-Pro for the San Francisco 49ers, passed away this week according to a statement from the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He was 93 years old. “Hugh McElhenny was a threat in all...

Two suspects arrested, weapons confiscated in SF armed robbery

SAN FRANCISCO - An investigation into an armed robbery Wednesday afternoon led to the arrests of 2 people and the confiscation of 2 firearms, according to a press release from the San Francisco Police Department.On Wednesday, San Francisco Police officers from Northern Station responded to Fillmore and Broadway Streets regarding a report of an armed robbery. Once on scene, officers met with a woman who stated that while she was walking, she was robbed of her backpack and cell phone by an unknown suspect who pointed a gun at her before fleeing in a car.Officers searched for the suspect vehicle...
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Warriors' hopes to retain Looney, GP2, Porter eclipse draft

SAN FRANCISCO – With three picks in the NBA draft Thursday night, the Warriors selected three players, none older than 20, with profiles ranging from low to barely visible, which is perfectly in line with their desired goal. Though they would love to see those picks -- forward Patrick...

4 injured after crash on I-280 in SF

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Four people have suffered minor injuries after a multi-vehicle collision Friday afternoon in San Francisco, fire officials announced on Twitter. Three ambulances have responded to the scene at Southbound I-280 on the Ocean/Geneva off ramp. Residents were asked to avoid the exit where the off ramp is closed until around 5 […]
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KD pushes back on narrative he was jealous Dubs won title

Kevin Durant has a lot on his plate right now, but media and fan narratives are not something he has an appetite for. While Durant deals with the drama surrounding the Brooklyn Nets and the status of teammate Kyrie Irving, he took time to address the Warriors winning the 2022 NBA championship three years after he left the franchise for New York.
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Lakers draft pick reacts to Draymond's superstitious tweet

Ten years ago, the Warriors selected a 22-year-old forward out of Michigan State with the No. 35 overall pick in the second round of the 2012 NBA draft. That second-round pick turned out to be four-time NBA champion and four-time All-Star Draymond Green. A decade later, Green was tuned into...

Police arrest alleged Muni gunman in Pittsburg, victim ID'd

SAN FRANCISCO - San Francisco police arrested a man in Pittsburg for the shooting death of a 27-year-old man on a Muni train earlier this week, the department said on Friday. Officer Kathryn Winters said police arrested Javon Green, 26, in Pittsburg on Thursday about 8 p.m. in connection with the homicide of 27-year-old Nesta Bowen.

Warriors Notes: Rookies, Roster, Iguodala, Summer League

The Warriors selected Patrick Baldwin Jr. with their first-round pick (No. 28) in a gamble on his upside, and he’ll bring a familiar, appreciated mentality to Golden State, writes Monte Poole of NBC Sports Bay Area. As Poole details, Baldwin was a five-star recruit entering college, but was limited...

Suspect arrested in deadly San Francisco subway shooting

A suspect has been arrested in this week's fatal shooting of a man on a San Francisco subway train, police announced Friday. Javon Green, 26, was arrested Thursday in Pittsburg, a city about 40 miles east of San Francisco, after police released photos of a man they described as a person of interest in the case, said Officer Kathryn Winters, a spokesperson with the San Francisco Police Department.
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Dog Walker Arrested After Police Rescue Pets From Vehicle in South San Francisco

The South San Francisco Police Department said they helped rescue several dogs in distress after responding to a report of a dog locked in a van on a warm day this week. It all started when a report came in about a dog in distress locked in a parked van. Security video from the area showed police responding and rescuing the dog. But while officers were there, they said a truck in the next space collided with a parked car, catching their attention.

Arrest made in deadly shooting on SF Muni Metro train

SAN FRANCISCO – A Contra Costa County man was arrested Thursday night in connection with a shooting that killed a man and wounded another on a Muni Metro train Wednesday morning.San Francisco Police said in a statement Friday that arrest warrants were served at a home on the 1000 block of Power Avenue in Pittsburg shortly before 8 p.m. With assistance from the Pittsburg Police Department and the SFPD Tactical Team, the suspect was taken into custody without incident.The suspect, identified as 26-year-old Javon Green, was transported to San Francisco where he was booked on charges of homicide, carrying a...

Black people in the US twice as likely to face coercion, unconsented procedures during birth

Black people in the U.S. are twice as likely as white people to be coerced into procedures during perinatal and birth care, and to undergo them without their explicit consent, according to a new study by researchers at UBC's Birth Place Lab and the University of California San Francisco (UCSF). Pregnant people of other minoritized racial identities also experience pressure from providers at higher rates than white counterparts.