A man has been has been shot by an officer at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, university police confirm.
Police also say it is an isolated incident and students are not in danger.
UC Berkeley spokesperson Dan Mogulof confirmed that a shooting had taken place in the Haas School of Business on the Cal campus Tuesday afternoon. Reports say the shooting happened inside the third-floor computer lab.
Students and faculty were evacuated from the building. Read More
Reports of service interruptions on the microblogging site sent tweeters into a frenzy -- with nowhere to vent -- Monday afternoon.
A post on the Twitter Status blog around 2:30 p.m. confirmed the anomalies adding that "our engineers are working on resolving this issue."
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Though Ed Lee took an early lead in the San Francisco mayoral election Tuesday, powerful backer Rose Pak was blunt about the one of the biggest challenges she thought the interim mayor faced in the campaign: The San Francisco Chronicle. Read More
Rose Pak, perhaps the most infamous supporter of mayoral candidate Ed Lee (depending on how you feel about Wille Brown), conveyed what empowered the Chinese community in San Francisco to vote in Tuesday's election and what a loss by Lee could mean. Read More
San Francisco politics are truly frightening -- or are they? Phil Ting's people over at ResetSanFrancisco.org inject some pretty cheesy activity into this year's Halloween season with a video spoofing the horror franchise "Paranormal Activity." Read More
Endorsements are sprouting everywhere for San Francisco's Interim Mayor Ed Lee.Giants star closer Brian Wilson and ‘90s parachute-pants sensation MC Hammer teamed up with local lyricist Ashkon to rap the masses into submission. Read More
Buzz about the somewhat far-fetched rumor that Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg could be up for the Nobel Peace Prize has hit the Internet with a resounding "What?!"Many media outlets are blogging the speculation based on several recent comments by Thorbjorn Jagland, the chairman of the Nobel Peace Prize Committee. Read More
According to a sea of mourning tweeters, an iPhone vigil will be held in Dolores Park tonight at 9, celebrating the life and loves of Steve Jobs. The co-founder of Apple, and genius behind the popular products that bear the fruity logo, died Wednesday at 56.
The Mission Dolores Park Facebook page requested that attendees "come, turn up your brightness, and remember, together."
An iPhone-lit vigil? Sounds both curious and fire-safe.
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Jessica Simpson and her fiance, former 49er Eric Johnson, traveled to the foggy shores of San Francisco during the weekend on some serious business: fashion.
Promoting the launch of her ready-to-wear collection, Simpson held a meet-and-greet with fans at Macy's in Union Square on Saturday.
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Johnson was by her side as she celebrated her latest venture, playing very much the part of the doting husband … perhaps the doting father, too? Read More
San Francisco's famously steep hills may be scary to travel on for some, but for the newly crowned “Bachelor” Ben Flajnik, they’re a means to an end -- marriage. Read More
San Francisco may not have a Wall Street but it has a Market Street, which is where protesters are currently taking their cause.
Occupy Wall Street -- the organization behind the ongoing protests in New York City -- has officially spread to The City, with people gathering Thursday in the Financial District to rally against big banks. Read More
Is it the Charlie Sheen effect or should Justin Bieber watch out?Either way, rumors of an impending split between actors Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore are running rampant on the Internet -- and in the Twitterverse -- as reports of infidelity by Kutcher go public. Read More
Snoop Dogg, Jane's Addiction, The Killers and Kaskade are said to be performing at a secret show tonight in San Francisco.
Rumor has it, Facebook's founding President Sean Parker -- also of Napster fame -- is hosting the musical celebration. Read More
Move over, Ed Lee. Ben Flajnik is coming to town and eyeing the crown.
Flajnik, a fresh reject from ABC's “The Bachelorette,” was dumped on national television Monday night. The Sonoma hometown hero was one of two finalists vying for the affections of Ashley Hebert, but he went home empty hearted. Read More
Not so fast, would-be bike thief! The people at WCG in San Francisco had their crime watch binoculars on and were able to thwart the attempts of a preppy-looking crook.
Video shows a female running in front of the thief, who was clumsily trying to make his getaway on the bike, and knocking him from the seat. The goon regains his balance and makes his escape, this time on foot.
No word yet on whether or not the brazen burgler has been caught or if the heroic designer keeps a cape at her desk.