Two murders ten days apart in same 24 Hour Fitness parking lot may be the work of the same killerGolden Gate MediaNewsBreak Contributor
California Dominates the Top 10 Worst Run Cities list, taking 1st and 7th Place.That's interestingNewsBreak Contributor
Iconic Supermarket Bids Farewell to Make Room for Housing Development in Millbrae, California,S.BrownNewsBreak Contributor
Lamar Walker, 24, identified as Albany shooter killed by policeThe Berkeley ScannerNewsBreak Contributor
Pair leads police on two high-speed chases nine days apart; Arrested after both wild pursuitsGolden Gate MediaNewsBreak Contributor
Identity of Body Found in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park Released
View of JFK Drive from the de Young observatory on April 24, 2022. | Source: Sophie Bearman/The Standard. San Francisco police discovered a dead man in Golden Gate Park on Thursday morning, a spokesperson said. Officers responded to reports of the deceased man around 9:46 a.m. to the area of...
Lamar Walker, 24, identified as Albany shooter killed by police
One week after police killed a man who had just taken the life of his son's mother at her workplace in Albany, authorities have released their names. On Sept. 21, Lamar Walker fatally shot Alonna Gallon at the Toyota service center in Albany, the Alameda County sheriff's office said in a statement Thursday night.
Worker killed in San Francisco trench collapse identified
SAN FRANCISCO - A utility worker killed while working on a sewer project for the city of San Francisco was identified on Friday. The victim was 25-year-old Javier Romero of Alameda County according to the city's medical examiner's office. Romero was working on the city's sewer and rehabilitation project in...
Suspect charged for allegedly attacking 3 at SF candy shop
Prosecutors filed felony charges against the man accused of attacking the 80-year-old owner of a San Francisco candy store, the manager and a customer.
Upcoming Local Road and Lane Closures Starting Week of 10/2/2023
Westbound Miller Avenue will close on Wednesday, 10/4/2023, from 9 AM to Noon. The closure extends from the Lumber Yard to Vogue Cleaners' Turnaround. Detours will be set up through Millwood and Sunnyside.
Mask protest planned in Marin County
This press release below announces a protest on “the disastrous pandemic policies initiated by Dr. Anthony Fauci.”. Americans must never submit again to the total control of the United States government, according to activists who plan to confront “Doctor Do-Little” and his disastrous public policy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
San Rafael Police Department Forced to Release Records of Controversial Incident: What Local Residents Need to Know
In summer 2022, an incident involving the use of force by San Rafael Police officers against Mr. Lopez led to an independent investigation. The investigation found that the officers violated policy rules. Consequently, Police Chief Dave Spiller disciplined them.
BUSD: 2 Berkeley High students brought guns to school
Two Berkeley High students brought guns to school in their backpacks Wednesday, school officials have announced. "I want to let you know of two serious incidents that occurred today at BHS and also reassure you that all students are safe," wrote BUSD Superintendent Enikia Ford Morthel and Tonia Coleman, interim Berkeley High principal, in an email to parents around 3:30 p.m.
California City Named Best Place To Live In The Entire State
24/7 Wall St. put together a list of the best cities to live in each state.
Mill Valley City Hall Deemed Unsuitable as Temporary Home for Historic 'Engine No. 9'
The City of Mill Valley has decided not to temporarily place the historic locomotive 'Engine No. 9' at City Hall, according to City Manager Todd Cusimano. This decision was made in collaboration with Mayor Jim Wickham and Councilmember Caroline Joachim, who were tasked with reviewing the proposal for a 5-year lease agreement.
76-year-old escapes from intruder during a home invasion in East Oakland
Oakland - A 76-year-old woman was home alone in East Oakland when, suddenly, her phone alerted her that someone was at the front door. She then heard loud noises, and, instinctively, knew it was a break-in. The intruder didn't get away with much, but he did steal her sense of...
Friday Morning Constitutional: Driver Killed In Bay Bridge Crash
Light rain is expected tonight into tomorrow morning along the coast, and at least the western neighborhoods of San Francisco are likely to see some drizzle. The Santa Cruz Mountains and Big Sur are likely to see a bit more. [Chronicle]. A 70-year-old driver was killed on the Bay Bridge...
Bay Area gas station owner keeping fuel prices low as statewide average goes up
If a tank of gas seems to be getting more expensive, it's not just your imagination. Prices have gone up 10 cents in a week, more than 60 cents in the last month. Industry experts said it's due to supply cuts and some Southern California refineries being offline. The statewide average sits at $5.89 a gallon, but at an Arco station in Mill Valley, the price for regular unleaded is $5.59 a gallon. The lower prices at the gas station are Marin's worst-kept secret, and the owner said his customers are the reason why his prices are so low.Mike Shamsian bought the...
Dianne Feinstein said Milk, Moscone assassination was "darkest day" of her life
In 1978, San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk, the first openly gay elected official in California, and the city's Mayor George Moscone were assassinated. The person who broke the news to the world: Dianne Feinstein, then president of the city's Board of Supervisors."Both Mayor Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk have been shot and killed," Feinstein told a gaggle of reporters, who expressed shock at the news. "The suspect is Supervisor Dan White."Feinstein, who died at age 90 on Friday, went on to become California's first woman U.S. senator. But directly after the assassination, she assumed the role of mayor of San...
Local Update: Progress and Upcoming Plans for Third Street Improvement Project in San Rafael
The City of San Rafael has shared a weekly update on the Third Street Improvement Project. The update includes the progress made and the work planned for the upcoming weeks. For the week of September 25-29, the initial paving from D Street to the Shell Gas Station was completed. Paving also started from Union Street near Montecito Plaza towards Heatherton Street, along the freeway. The paving will continue on Friday night from Heatherton Street to Brooks Street.
Backlash brewing over San Francisco Mayor’s new drug testing requirement for welfare recipients
Experts on San Francisco and crime responded to Mayor London Breed's plan to require welfare recipients to comply with mandatory drug testing and treatment programs.
Exploring Homelessness in San Francisco: Does It Mirror National Housing Problems?
Once upon a time, in a city known for its Golden Gate Bridge and tech innovations, there lived many people without a home. This city is San Francisco, and the story of its homelessness problem is one that reflects bigger housing issues across the United States.
Upcoming Wildfire Prevention Inspections for Homes Near Highway 101
The Marin Wildfire Prevention Authority (MWPA) and Southern Marin Fire will start follow-up inspections from the week of October 2, 2023. These inspections will focus on 948 residential properties near Highway 101. These properties were first inspected in April 2023 for wildfire prevention measures.
Two Women Arrested on Suspicion of Organized Retail Theft
BRENTWOOD — Two women were jailed for organized retail theft at the Streets of Brentwood shopping mall. Officers responding to theft at T.J. Maxx reportedly saw the suspects attempting to steal from another store. The pair allegedly purloined a large bag of merchandise at T.J. Maxx. Next, they drove...
SF Historic John's Grill celebrates 115th anniversary
San Francisco's historic restaurant John's Grill celebrates 115th anniversary by inviting the community to a block party.