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5 Most Dangerous Areas in Oakland

Oakland is the county headquarters and largest city in Alameda County, California, United States. Oakland is the most populous city in the East Bay area of the San Francisco Bay Area, the third most populous city in the San Francisco Bay Area overall, the eighth most populous city in California, and the 45th most populous city in the United States. It serves as a trading center for the San Francisco Bay Area, with a population of 433,031 as of 2019. The Port of Oakland is the busiest port in the San Francisco Bay, Northern California, and the United States of America.
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Fremont, CAcrimevoice.com

Man Arrested while Getting his Haircut Faces 10 Felony Charges

FREMONT — A man arrested while getting a haircut has 10 felony charges hanging over him. The suspect is accused of shooting multiple rounds at a driver trying to get away from him one week earlier. This shooting occurred July 16 on the 38000 block of Mission Boulevard at approximately...
San Francisco, CAPosted by
Ed Walsh

Video of shoplifting theft by group of women in CVS store in San Francisco sparks outrage

A CVS store on Market Street in San Francisco that has had to struggle with chronic shopliftingEd Walsh. Video of a theft by a group of women at a CVS store in San Francisco is sparking outrage. The video of the robbery posted below shows what has become a common occurrance in San Francisco and has forced the closure more than a dozen stores in San Francisco and has forced other chains, including Target, to shorten store hours. The video below shows the theft from the CVS store on Van Ness and Jackson Streets.
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10 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods in San Francisco

Every city, no matter the country or the continent, has good and bad parts. Some areas are safer, while others are a little more dangerous. San Francisco is in the same situation. Overall, San Francisco is safe, but it has some neighborhoods that are a little bit more dangerous than the cities, state, and national average.
Antioch, CAMercury News

Five children, adult injured in Antioch highway crash

ANTIOCH — Five children, including a 2-year-old who suffered a broken leg and was airlifted to a hospital, and an adult were injured in a Thursday morning collision on Highway 4, the California Highway Patrol said. Those injured were in a Toyota Camry that was involved in a collision with...
Sunnyvale, CAPosted by
CBS San Francisco

18-Year-Old Carjacking Suspect Arrested In Sunnyvale SWAT Operation

SUNNYVALE (CBS SF) — Police in Sunnyvale arrested an 18-year-old carjacking suspect during a SWAT operation outside his home, officials said Thursday. The Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety (DPS) said officers arrested Aaron Hernandez Wednesday afternoon after serving a search warrant and seized a stolen handgun along with two “Airsoft” guns resembling AR-15 rifles. Aaron Hernandez (Sunnyvale Department of Safety) Hernandez was the third suspect arrested in the carjacking which happened July 11 at 10:15 p.m. at a Shell gas station on the 1300 block of Sunnyvale-Saratoga Road. The victim told officers he was fueling his car when three suspects approached him and...
San Francisco, CASFist

SF Couple Lands $475,000 Buyout After Renting Presidio Heights Apartment for 30 Years

A San Francisco couple in their 60s just got the largest ever tenant buyout from an SF landlord for the seven-bedroom apartment they've rented since the early 1990s. Ever since 2015 in SF, the previously hush-hush world of tenant buyouts for quietly giving up rent-controlled units became a thing of public record, by law. And since then, the SF Rent Board has collected data on these buyouts, which have grown in size as the local real estate market has continued its nearly uninterrupted rise.
Hayward, CANBC Bay Area

Fatal Hit-and-Run Crash Blocks Lanes of SB Interstate 880 in Hayward

A fatal crash early Friday morning shut down southbound Interstate 880 in Hayward, and it was being investigated as a hit and run, according to the California Highway Patrol. The crash occurred just before 3 a.m. on southbound I-880 near Winton Avenue. All lanes of the freeway initially were blocked, and traffic was moving through using the Winton off-ramp and onramp, the CHP said.
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Brandon Wang

One of the Most Underrated Chinese Restaurants in San Francisco

Chinese food has been around in San Francisco for longer than almost any other place in the entire country. In fact, San Francisco is also home to one of the oldest and longest standing Chinatowns in all of America. As might be expected, there is an amazingly diverse and high quality Chinese restaurants all around the city. From dim sum to Shanghainese, there is a huge amount of different Chinese cuisines represented in San Francisco.
San Mateo County, CAPosted by
CBS San Francisco

COVID: San Mateo County Supervisor to Unvaccinated: ‘Shame on You!’

FOSTER CITY (KPIX) — As San Mateo County officials weighed increased restrictions in the face of rising COVID cases, one supervisor offered a blunt message to the unvaccinated. Health officials with cities and counties across the bay area are grappling with whether to bring back mask mandates. Updated Mask Guidance from U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention In San Mateo County, you have had to wear a mask inside any city-operated building — like city hall in Foster City — since the mandate went into effect Monday. There currently is no mask mandate for restaurants, gyms or other businesses, but that could...
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CBS San Francisco

Condemnation of the Unvaxxed Grows as Bay Area Mask Mandates Reappear

CONCORD (KPIX 5) — About a month and a half ago things were looking up. The Bay Area was patting itself on its collective back for having reopened with a world-class vaccination rate. Suddenly, it seems as if all of that wasn’t quite enough. Now the region is seeing a return of worry, uncertainty and frustration. “It’s scary thinking about all the people that are going to be affected by this,” said Lia Garcia of Oakland. “I’m not sure about what the economy is going to be. There are a lot of uncertainties in the air.” COVID cases are up. Masks are back....