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One Dead, One Wounded In Saturday Evening Highway 4 Shooting

CONCORD (CBS SF) — One person was dead, another seriously injured and suspect at large in a Saturday evening freeway shooting on Highway 4. The California Highway Patrol said officers responded to reports of the shooting at around 6:35 p.m. on Highway 4 just east of Port Chicago Highway in Concord. Arriving officers found two gunshot victims in a bullet-riddled black Toyota Camry. One victim succumbed to their wounds and the victim was taken to the hospital suffering from moderate injuries. Investigators said the unknown suspect vehicle fled the scene. No description was provided. As a result of the shooting, the victims vehicle crashed into the metal guard rail at the top of the Port Chicago offramp. CHP shut down all westbound lanes of Highway 4 Saturday night while they collected evidence. Detectives were requesting assistance from the public in gathering the details surrounding this incident. If you or anyone you know have any information that might be helpful, please call the CHP Investigative Tipline at 707-917-4491.
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Two Dead, Four Wounded In Downtown San Rafael Late-Night Shooting

SAN RAFAEL (CBS SF/AP) — Two men were killed and four people were wounded in a Friday night shooting at a parking facility near a nightclub in downtown San Rafael. The shooting broke out in a parking structure near George’s Nightclub in downtown San Rafael, where some of the victims had come to attend a concert, police said. Witnesses told police that vehicles were fleeing the area at a high rate of speed and a responding officer saw a black Dodge Charger speeding away from the scene. The officer attempted to stop the vehicle but the driver failed to yield. The vehicle eventually...
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Why empty offices aren't being turned into housing, despite lengthy vacancies

SAN FRANCISCO — Strachan Forgan, an architect who works downtown at 255 California St., is still struck by how much street life has changed around his office building. Gone are the pre-pandemic crowds of bankers and lawyers who jammed into the famed Tadich Grill across the street from his office. In recent months in his two-block walk from the nearby train station, he said, he has frequently been verbally assaulted and physically threatened by the rising number of homeless people.

Pedestrian Struck and Killed on Sonoma Boulevard in Vallejo

On the morning of Tuesday, July 20, 2021, officers with the Vallejo Police Department responded to a report of a pedestrian versus vehicle accident in the vicinity of Sonoma Boulevard and Lewis Brown Road. The officers arrived on the scene at 5:15 a.m. to find an adult male lying in...

$18 Million Going to Prosecutor-Initiated Resentencing Reform – 9 Counties Benefit

OAKLAND, CA – Gov Gavin Newsom last week introduced the California County Resentencing Pilot Program, also known as “the Pilot,” into California’s 2021 Budget Act. The Pilot program provides $18 million dollars across nine California counties to implement Prosecutor-Initiated Resentencing (PIR) as a criminal justice reform. For the People, a...
San Francisco, CASFGate

1-bedroom apartment with Palace of Fine Arts view: Guess the rent in San Francisco

It's no secret that Bay Area living is expensive, so much so that many people are leaving or coming up with some very creative solutions. If you've ever searched for a new apartment online, you've undoubtedly come across a place where the images make your jaw drop at the photos and price - and NOT in a good way. Even as rent has hit a historic decline in San Francisco, I'm here to remind you that the median two-bedroom rent is still more than double the national average. Welcome to the series we're calling, "Guess how much this rents for in San Francisco."
Antioch, CASFGate

Two People Shot Early Saturday Morning At Liquor Store

ANTIOCH (BCN) Two people remain in stable condition after they were shot early Saturday morning at an Antioch liquor store. Shortly after 12:24 a.m., Antioch police officers responded to Romi's Liquor and Food, 418 E. 18th St., for a report of two shooting victims. After providing medical attention, officers reviewed surveillance video and learned there were three armed males who engaged in a shootout.
Fairfield, CANBC Bay Area

DACA Recipient's Olympic Dream in Jeopardy

The opportunity to participate in the Olympics is one few athletes ever get to. One runner from the Bay Area has qualified to compete. but his citizenship status has put a trip to Tokyo in limbo. At the NCAA track and field championships earlier this summer, Luis Grijalva came in...