San Francisco police are hunting two goons that waited for a pizza deliveryman to drop off a pie before robbing him in the North of the Panhandle district Monday night.The victim, 35, had just delivered a pizza in the 1700 block of Fulton Street around 11:40 p.m., police said Tuesday. Read More
The University of San Francisco is adding a new “hub” to its rolls: 101 Howard St.
The 150-year-old private university announced that it is purchasing the historic Folger Coffee Building for $36 million in hopes of “reaching a broader base of students.”
The building — which is 100,000 square feet, according to USF spokeswoman Anne-Marie Devine — is located near the old Transbay Transit Terminal and closer to BART than the university’s main campus. Read More
Video surveillance footage from a San Francisco taxicab led to the arrest of two suspects — including a 14-year-old boy — wanted in connection with the violent robbery of a cab driver on July 10.Police have been hunting three thugs who pistol-whipped a 66-year-old cabbie twice during the early-morning heist in the North of the Panhandle neighborhood. Read More
A 66-year-old cabbie was pistol-whipped multiple times and robbed by his passengers in the North of the Panhandle neighborhood Sunday morning, police said.The cabbie was attacked at Grove and Lyon streets around 4:10 a.m.At least two of the crooks, described only as men in their early-to-mid 20s, struck the victim with their handguns, police said.They fled with $120.The condition of the cabbie was not immediately known. There has been no arrest. Read More
A diss on President Barack Obama has once again sparked a fight in San Francisco.
For at least a second time in less than two months, police were called to a scuffle Saturday about a man who attempted to take down an anti-Obama sign that featured a Hitler mustache drawn over the president’s face. Read More
Police arrested a suspected burglar who broke into an occupied apartment in the North of the Panhandle district Monday morning.A woman asleep in the apartment in the 600 block of Central Avenue said she at first thought her cat was playing with a curtain around 9:30 a.m. But she realized it was a burglar after she watched her bedroom door open and then shut, police said. Read More