A Marina district bank was robbed Monday morning, police said.
At about 11:30 a.m., police said, a man in his 30s handed a note demanding cash to the teller of the Bank of America at Chestnut and Pierce streets.
The bandit then walked out with an undisclosed amount of cash, police said, and had not been arrested as of Tuesday morning.
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In the heart of the Marina district, Mauna Loa Club is a cozy alternative to the numerous upscale nightspots — long on value and short on pretense. To the left of the curved bar, a large red-and-white sign informs patrons that during happy hour, which runs from 2 to 8 p.m. weekdays, draft beers are $1 off and well drinks are just $4. In a neighborhood where $12 cocktails are the norm, that’s no small thing. Read More
San Francisco Police officers have located a body off Pier 48 that appears to have been there for some time.
Officer Albie Esparza told SF Weekly that police in the Marina District got a call at about 10:37 a.m. on reports of a body. The Medical Examiner has taken over the investigation to determine cause of death and whether the circumstances were suspicious. Read More
If you are trying to find a last-minute date for Valentine's Day, we know just the place to look.
Head down to the Marina District on Saturday afternoon where you'll find plenty of people milling around in their underwear. Don't roll your eyes just yet. It might sound kinda ridiculous, but, hey, you're the one who needs a date.
A bunch of charitable-people-turned-exhibitionists are going to be running through the neighborhood in nothing but their underwear for the Cupid Undie Run. Read More
The Palace of Fine Arts’s exhibition hall is available for rent, but whoever wishes to lease the iconic property will be responsible for repairs and rehab work potentially costing tens of millions of dollars. Read More
Why bother with cash when you can have the whole register?
A tire-iron-wielding crook is being sought after he made off with the cash register from a Marina district gas station early Tuesday, police said.
The suspect, described only as a man in his mid-40s, entered the Valero gas station at Lombard and Broderick streets about 1:30 a.m. and threatened the clerk with a tire iron. Read More
America’s Cup yacht regatta organizers are attempting to redefine sailing by offering a free show to anyone who can find a clear view of the race course on San Francisco Bay. But that’s not to say race officials will neglect sailing’s historical fan base among the rich. Read More
A cabdriver reported being assaulted Tuesday by an unruly passenger. On Wednesday, the roles were reversed.
A man was assaulted with a tire iron by his cabdriver near Russian Hill about 12:15 a.m. Wednesday, police Officer Albie Esparza said. Read More
Three Los Angeles men and another from Las Vegas have been charged in at least 10 thefts or attempted thefts of Apple products from FedEx trucks in San Francisco, police said Friday.
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The theft series, which lasted at least a month starting Dec. 5, targeted FedEx trucks parked near Apple stores in the Marina District, Stonestown Galleria Mall and downtown San Francisco, police spokesman Sgt. Daryl Fong said. Read More
A San Francisco Superior Court jury Thursday found a San Leandro man guilty of murdering his estranged wife with a hammer inside her Marina district hair salon in 2007.
The jury deliberated for a little more than a day before finding Jeff Nguyen, 43, guilty of first-degree murder in the April 14, 2007, killing of 37-year-old Mai Banh, District Attorney’s Office spokesman Seth Steward said. Read More