As a San Francisco resident who eats and shops in just about every neighborhood in our city, I deeply appreciate the contributions each small business makes to enrich our daily lives. That’s why we dedicate the third week of May every year to celebrate our small businesses during San Francisco’s Small Business Week. Read More
Police are cracking down on an increase in drug dealing at the end of the N-Judah light-rail line in the Outer Sunset district following complaints from residents.
In recent weeks, the Taraval Police Station has conducted nine operations to weed out a problem that has ebbed and flowed in the neighborhood over the years. Read More
The gun-toting thugs suspected of holding up two family-run pharmacies in San Francisco last week were hunting for oxycodone pills, a prescription drug that fetches top dollar on the streets, police said Thursday.
The Police Department has released video surveillance footage of the broad-daylight stickups, hoping the public will help identify the bandits. Images and video can be seen at www.sanfranciscopolice.org. Read More
Last year, when Luke Bartels and three other independent businessmen were looking for a commercial space that would allow them to build their own homemade goods, they turned to the Outer Sunset. Read More
A 56-year-old man was allegedly stabbed in the shoulder and neck during a spat over a barking dog in the Outer Sunset district on Sunday, police said.The stabbing occurred at Great Highway and Pacheco Street around 6:20 p.m. The victim had been arguing with a juvenile and a 19-year-old woman about their barking dog, police said. The juvenile allegedly “punched and stabbed” the man. The woman joined in, punching him several times, police said. Read More
A crash near San Francisco’s Parkmerced on Thursday night involved a shuttle with 14 elderly people on board and hospitalized seven people, including one critically, police and fire officials said today.The crash was reported at 9:16 p.m. near the intersection of Junipero Serra Boulevard and Brotherhood Way, police said.A vehicle was stalled on Junipero Serra Boulevard when it was rear-ended by a second vehicle, according to police. Read More
A sweat-soaked man who exposed himself at an Outer Sunset school was placed on mental health detention yet again, police said.
“I was just taking a walk,” the deranged man told police.
Cops say they’ve had several run-ins with him in the past.
Police were called to the 2500 block of 41st Avenue just after noon Wednesday. Read More
A clothing store in the Outer Sunset neighborhood was hit by an armed robber Tuesday night, after a man entered the business, demanded money and fled.
The suspect, described as a black male in his 20s, entered the clothing store in the 1500 block of Sloat Boulevard around 8:25 p.m. with a handgun and demanded money, according to San Francisco Police Department Sgt. Michael Andraychak. Read More
Neighbors, friends and lovers from hell took center stage in The City last weekend.
Peruse police reports from around San Francisco for the tumultous tales. Read More
Not cool, bro.A 20-year-old Outer Sunset district man who allegedly hit his sister in the stomach because he wanted the volume to the television higher was cited for battery Saturday.The sister, an 18-year-old woman, marched to Taraval Station to report the mid-afternoon assault, police at Taraval Station said.Cops went to the residence in the 2500 block of 46th Avenue, where the brother confirmed the statement. Read More