San Francisco police are worried that a man who robbed a Visitacion Valley doughnut shop Monday may not be entirely hole, Officer Gordon Shyy said. Read More
Mission district residents might be on edge about a possible increase in gang violence after an officer-involved shooting Sunday that followed the March 30 killing of 19-year-old college student Jacob Valdiviezo. Read More
The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday honored a public safety dispatcher after she was chosen by her peers as Dispatcher of the Year.
Corinina “Cori” Cruz helped guide more than 40 police officers to a standoff on Treasure Island in which the suspect ultimately died by suicide, Department of Emergency Management spokesman Francis Zamora said in a statement. Read More
A man was detained for questioning in connection with the suspicious death of a dermatologist in the Pacific Heights area of San Francisco, police said Monday. Read More
Not cool, bungling bros. Four would-be surfboard thieves were busted after busting into the Sunset Shapers surf shop on Saturday, according to a report from Ocean Beach Bulletin. Read More
A group of tourists got a rude welcome to San Francisco when they were brutally attacked and robbed by a group of thugs Friday night, according to ABC news. Read More
Two people were critically injured in an officer-involved shooting in the Mission district early Sunday morning when police confronted a person holding what appeared to be a firearm, Officer Gordon Shyy said. Read More
A man was beaten unconscious in a brazen Mission district robbery early Wednesday morning, police said.
The 46-year-old victim was walking near 22nd and Mission streets at about 1:50 a.m. on Wednesday when five hooligans attacked him, police said. The victim was hit numerous times in the head until he was knocked out.
After the assault, the crooks stole the man's wallet and cellphone and fled, police said. They were described by police as Hispanic men in their 20s. Read More
President Barack Obama is flying into the Bay Area tonight, so commuters in downtown San Francisco and beyond should be prepared to experience some traffic delays. Read More
When crime cameras for San Francisco’s streets were first installed in 2005, city officials hotly debated the privacy concerns. Now a debate has erupted over surveillance cameras in bars as more liquor licenses are being approved under the condition that bar owners film customers coming and going.
Supervisor Scott Wiener objected to the surveillance requirement added to two liquor license applications before the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday. Read More