Ingleside Police Station – which has become a hub of innovation since it became a testing ground for San Francisco Police Department reforms earlier this year – is reaching out to kids in one of The City’s roughest public housing projects.
Supervisor Carmen Chu’s district has seen a number of raids on illegal marijuana growing operations in residential houses.
On Tuesday, she requested a hearing on the illegal growing operations to include a host of reports from different city departments about the problem:
There was talk about placing a bond to pay for the much-needed overhaul of the city’s Auxiliary Water Supply System on the November ballot, but it either wasn’t ready in time or the timing wasn’t right. Perhaps June 2010.
The final settlement between The City and a Harvard University resident physician who claims he was shocked more than 10 times with a stun gun and beaten by police is $385,000.
Mehrdad Alemozaffar claims that the North Beach attack came after asking for the badge number of an officer with a long history of complaints: Jesse Serna.
What better way to remember a massive and destructive earthquake than to pretend we are experiencing an even bigger one.
More than 7 million state residents, including San Franciscans, are already signed up for what should be the largest earthquake preparedness event ever in the U.S., said California Emergency Management Agency Secretary Matt Bettenhausen, who talked up the drill at City Hall this morning.
Chef Mayor Gavin Newsom this morning revealed the recipe that has lured more than 50 bio-tech and medical device companies to San Francisco in recent years, including 17 in the Mission Bay area.
Not long ago, The City only had one, Newsom said during a brief speech at the BioPharm America Conference at the San Francisco Marriott, where he played salesman for The City to industry leaders.
Passengers flying out of the San Francisco International Airport will soon have the option of shrinking their carbon footprint by a few sizes.
The airport, in conjunction with The City’s Department of the Environment, is set to unveil its new Climate Passport program, a carbon footprint calculator that allows passengers to donate money to environmental agencies that will help offset the amount of harmful emissions released during each flight.