A revised plan for the Northeast Mission neighborhood makes acquiring a residential parking permit easier, but business groups and community members say the proposal, which would also add meters, does not address their needs. Read More
Police are investigating two separate stabbings in the Mission district early Thursday.
At 2:19 a.m., officers were called to a fight in the street in the 2100 block of Mission Street, between 17th and 18th streets, where they found a 32-year-old man with stab wounds, police said.
The victim was transported to a hospital with injuries that are not life threatening, police said. Read More
Out of the Dumpster and into the fire? Actually, no.
A homeless man was injured this morning after some garbage caught on fire around him while he slept, Fire Department Spokeswoman Mindy Talmadge said. Early reports of a person injured climbing out of a burning Dumpster turned out to be untrue. Read More
The Guardian Angels are on a roll.
Twice last week, according to police, members of the beret-wearing troop that helps police fight crime in The City came to the aid of a robbery victim.
The latest rescue Wednesday in the Tenderloin resulted in an arrest, according to police. Read More
Grieving loved ones are asking San Francisco to remember that a cold-blooded killer remains on the loose.
Nearly a year ago, Ronald Monzon was gunned down in the Mission district after a fight that reportedly did not involve him.
“The person responsible is free to do what they like, while we are left with memories and visits to Ronald’s grave site,” said Michell McKnight, the mother of Monzon’s teenage son. Read More
The Guardian Angels helped a 21-year-old man in the Mission district who was being beaten by robbers Friday night, police said Monday.
The victim was reportedly walking in the 2700 block of Mission Street when four thugs attacked him about 10:20 p.m. They put the man in a headlock, dragged him to the ground and punched him while swiping his smartphone, police said.
But then members of the Guardian Angels, a volunteer public-safety group, shooed off the suspects. Read More
Attention Mission district gangsters who are fed up with the thug life: Supervisor David Campos wants to give you a job.
In the past 18 months, Campos said, he has teamed up with officers on a new program that targets at-risk youths who actually want to leave their gangs. According to the supervisor, “close to 10 young men” who had been contributing to rampant gang activity in the Mission are now employed with The City as gardeners. Read More
A man said he was walking home from work in the Mission district Monday night when teenagers beat him up and stole his cash, police said. Read More
San Francisco’s powerful cycling lobby is not pleased with a new proposal to shift biking off Market Street and onto Mission Street. Read More
Doré Studio, a photography studio on Mission Street, is one of dozens of businesses vandalized after the Giants won the World Series in 2010 and 2012, but owners are hoping any post-Super Bowl celebration Sunday will be more respectful.
“I’m not sure it will happen though,” said Doré Studio owner Patty Alvarez. “I always have concerns anytime anything big happens.” Read More