Violent Shooting Rocks San Francisco's Mission Bay Neighborhood, Victim in Critical Condition
In the early hours of Monday morning, a shooting incident near a luxury hotel in San Francisco left a 28-year-old man from Ohio critically injured, as confirmed by the local police department. The incident unfolded shortly after midnight in the 100 block of Channel Street, located in the vibrant Mission Bay neighborhood, near the renowned Oracle Park.
San Francisco Takes Step Towards Addressing Homelessness with Opening of Temporary Shelter in the Heart of Tenderloin
San Francisco will inaugurate a fresh homeless shelter in the Tenderloin neighborhood. The shelter, overseen by the city's Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing, will accommodate up to 150 individuals in need.
Biden Announces Budget Deal Preventing Crisis and Promoting Unity
President Biden recently announced a bipartisan budget agreement, reached with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, that prevents a potential budget crisis. The deal includes spending cuts, lower deficits, and $1 trillion in national debt reduction over the next decade, building on debt reduction during Biden's presidency.
This Mission District Donut Shop Has Been Ranked One of the Best Places to Eat Donuts in the Entire Country
This sweet delight, whether sprinkled, filled, glazed, or plain, has won over the hearts and stomachs of Americans, creating an indulgent ritual deeply woven into the fabric of our culture.
Orioles edge Giants; Wade swats 100th splash hit into McCovey Cove
SAN FRANCISCO -- Gunnar Henderson hit a go-ahead solo homer in the seventh, Dean Kremer struck out six over six innings and the Baltimore Orioles beat the San Francisco Giants 3-2 on Friday night.Kremer (6-2) allowed two runs on five hits and walked two while pitching about 90 minutes from where he grew up in Stockton.LaMonte Wade Jr. splashed a home run into McCovey Cove leading off the bottom of the first. Between innings, streamers flew to commemorate the 100th splash hit in Giants history. Logan Webb had to pick up a stray stream before throwing a pitch in the...
Mike Dunleavy Jr. Will be The Next GM For The Warriors 'If The Money's Right', Says Insider
Mike Dunleavy Jr. is the man to take over as GM from Bob Myers, provided the money is right, as per a Warriors insider.
Webb, Bailey make in-game adjustments in Giants' loss
SAN FRANCISCO -- When you're starting four rookies, as the Giants did again on Friday night, a 3-2 loss can come with silver linings. Brett Wisely, who picked up center field on the fly in spring training, continued to show that he can be an above-average defender out there if the bat catches up. Casey Schmitt turned around a 97 mph fastball that was in on his hands, giving the Giants some life in a ninth inning that otherwise was filled with strikeouts. And then there was the nightly Patrick Bailey highlight, a laser to second to cut down Jorge Mateo, who ranks among the league leaders in stolen bases.
Shocking Stabbing Incident Shakes San Francisco's Chinatown Bakery, Worker in Critical Condition
A bakery worker in San Francisco's Chinatown fell victim to a shocking stabbing incident on Monday morning, as confirmed by both police reports and a witness account from the community.
Welsh billionaire Michael Moritz criticised over anti-drug posters
A Welsh billionaire has been criticised over a "misguided" poster campaign aimed at heavier enforcement of laws against drug users and dealers on the streets of San Francisco. Michael Moritz is a funder of Together SF, whose poster campaign called for an end to open-air drug markets and more city-sponsored recovery programmes.
Giants P Alex Cobb seeks to frustrate Orioles again
Alex Cobb will seek to continue to torment the Baltimore Orioles -- both as an employee and now as an opponent -- when he gets the ball Saturday night for the host San Francisco Giants in the second game of the clubs' three-game interleague series. The Orioles got the jump...
Old Navy Flagship Store in San Francisco to Close Amid Rising Crime and Safety Concerns
Old Navy has made the decision to close its flagship store in downtown San Francisco due to continuing crime and safety concerns. The move comes as other retailers in the region, such as Cole Hardware, have also closed due to a combination of economic factors, increased online shopping, and the ongoing impact of the pandemic.
Overcoming Bipolar Disorder with the Power of Love: Daniel's Inspiring Journey to Success!
From Struggle to Triumph on How Daniel's University Sweetheart and Family Helped Him Conquer Bipolar Disorder!. Once upon a time, in San Francisco, a city known for its splendor and security, there resided a young chap by the name of Daniel. Due to being parentless, he was constantly subject to humiliation and cruelty at the hands of his caretakers, his aunt, and uncle. Unbeknownst to him, Daniel fantasized about a brighter future, a future with adoration, victory, and optimism. Unanticipatedly, his adventure was not only going to revolutionize his existence, but it would also motivate those in his proximity.
Half Moon Bay shooting victims identified
HALF MOON BAY, Calif. – San Mateo County officials on Wednesday released the names of the seven people killed in a mass shooting in Half Moon Bay. Officials say Zhishen Liu, 73, and his wife, Aixiang Zhang, 74, of San Francisco; Qizhong Cheng, 66, and his wife Jingzhi Lu, 64, of Half Moon Bay; Marciano Martinez Jimenez, 50, of Moss Beach; Yetao Bing, 43, and Jose Romero Perez, 38, were all victims of Monday’s shooting.
The Black Food & Wine Experience: June 17, San Francisco
One of the more encouraging developments in the wine industry over the past few years has been a rising emphasis on diversity—fostering it, supporting it, and seeing it. There have been wine events by and for Black wine drinkers for years, but they’ve gotten bigger and better as with increased visibility and support from many fronts.
A Taste of History: Discover the Allure of San Francisco's Oldest Seafood Restaurants for Travelers
In the lively city of Chicago, a daring duo named Mike and Sarah resided. With joy for traveling and savoring regional cuisine, the couple was intrigued by the glowing reputation of San Francisco. They planned a trip to this beautiful city to explore its allure, history, and savory seafood. Upon arriving in San Francisco, the couple was immediately seized by its effervescent vibes and diverse community. Eager to investigate the city's fascinating past and evolving demographics, Mike and Sarah set off on their adventure.
Support Needed for SF Pride Amid Financial Struggles
SF Pride, facing financial challenges due to reduced corporate budgets and rising costs, holds a large-scale party at the Castro Theater to kick off Pride Month, hoping to boost local businesses. Pride events bring millions to the community, but the organization is still in need of support to cover essential expenses like health insurance, medical services, and security for the Parade Weekend.
Dereck Lively II Set to Work Out for Warriors
Some recent mock drafts have Dereck Lively II coming off the board as a late lottery pick at the NBA Draft on June 22. Still, others see the long-limbed Duke basketball one-and-done sliding to the second half of the first round. RELATED: List of Every Blue Devil Currently in the NBA So perhaps he ...
California's electricity bills could soon be based on how much you make — and some people are furious
Electric bills in Los Angeles would have a $15 fixed charge if you make under $28,000, or $92 if you make more than $180,000. Some say that's unfair.
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