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San Francisco’s Chinese New Year Parade took place last night, drawing a crowd of thousands of people to usher in the year of the Rabbit. Despite some rain clouds, dozens of floats, dances, and children from various cultural clubs walked the 1.3-mile parade route, which stretched from Second and Market Streets through Union Square all the way to Chinatown. [ABC7]
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A suspect has been arrested in connection to a shooting at a synagogue in San Francisco's Outer Richmond neighborhood, according to ABC7. Several agencies, including the San Francisco Police Department and the FBI, were reportedly investigating after a man allegedly fired several blank rounds at the Schneerson Jewish Center and also entered a nearby theater brandishing a handgun.
A Lyon Street house that made for a very depressing segment on A&E’s Hoarders just sold for $1.2 million ($500,000 over its asking price), even though it still very much looked and smelled like a house that had been featured on Hoarders. The trainwreck A&E reality show Hoarders has...
Massive Anti-Human Trafficking Bust in East Bay Leads to Arrest of 13 People, Identification of 30 Survivors
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Three Men, One Teenager Arrested After Drug Bust Recovers Over 20 Pounds of Fentanyl in Oakland and SF
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