• Courtroom Emotions Soar As Nia Wilson’s Sisters Describe Her Fatal BART Stabbing

    Tears flowed in an Oakland courtroom as Nia Wilson’s sisters took the stand to emotionally describe for jurors the struggle to save the dying 18-year-old’s life on the MacArthur BART station platform. Defendant John Lee Cowell, 29, is on trial, charged with murder and attempted murder for allegedly stabbing Nia Wilson and her sister, 26-year-old […]

  • 10th Dead Whale Discovered in the Bay Area in 2 Months

    Another dead whale was discovered Tuesday in the waters off Pacifica, marking the tenth such discovery in the Bay Area over the past two months. The whale carcass washed up in a rocky area near Linda Mar Beach (Pacifica State Beach), according to police and The Marine Mammal Center. It wasn’t immediately clear what caused […]

  • San Francisco May Ban Police, City Use of Facial Recognition

    San Francisco is on track to become the first U.S. city to ban the use of facial recognition by police and other city agencies, reflecting a growing backlash against a technology that’s creeping into airports, motor vehicle departments, stores, stadiums and home security cameras. Government agencies around the U.S. have used the technology for more […]

  • Cash Is Still King: San Francisco Bans Credit-Only Stores

    San Francisco is requiring brick-and-mortar retailers to take cash as payment, joining Philadelphia and New Jersey in banning a growing paperless practice that critics say discriminates against low-income people who may not have access to credit cards. The Board of Supervisors took up the issue at a meeting Tuesday and passed the measure with all […]

  • Lawmakers Clear Another Hurdle for SF’s Lombard Street Toll

    California lawmakers on Thursday voted to approve a toll that would require drivers to fork over money in order to drive down San Francisco’s famed Lombard Street. Leaders behind the effort hope the toll charge would reduce congestion at the popular tourist attraction in the Russian Hill neighborhood. The bill will now head to Senate for […]

  • Sea Lion Rescued From Traffic on Hwy 101 in South SF: CHP

    How did a sea lion get on the highway in South San Francisco? That’s what California Highway Patrol officers were trying to figure out Tuesday morning after they received reports of some kind of sea animal on a lane of northbound Highway 101 near Grand Avenue. The sea lion appeared healthy and uninjured, CHP San […]

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