The case against a suspect in the fatal attack on a 77-year-old San Francisco Chronicle newspaper vendor was discharged to allow for further investigation, prosecutors said Wednesday. Read More
The heartless thug who fatally attacked a 77-year-old San Francisco Chronicle newspaper vendor in January has been apprehended, police said Monday.
Mark Anthony Cassell, 36, was arrested on suspicion of murder after cops in the Tenderloin recognized him from a department-wide crime bulletin. He was booked into the San Francisco County Jail Read More
Residents of a Marina district apartment building apparently got more than just the news when they subscribed to the San Francisco Chronicle. Along with the daily newspaper came a puddle of urine in their elevator.
A woman who appeared to be delivering the newspaper was recently caught via a hidden camera tinkling in an elevator inside a building at Chestnut and Fillmore streets. Read More
Those entrusted with policing the National Baseball Hall of Fame, by voting upon who gets in and when (or not at all), have always been a questionable lot.
Wednesday removed all question. This is a motley crew at best. At worst, they reveal the 2013 Hall of Fame voting results during a live TV special that was so short of being truly special that it veered toward maudlin. Read More
While Mayor Ed Lee says he is unhappy with his supervisorial appointee Christina Olague for voting to reinstate Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi, he has not withdrawn his endorsement of her bid to be elected to a full term as District 5 supervisor.
His powerful friends, however, are speaking out. Read More