Chris Roberts

At least 4 critically injured in tour bus crash at Stockton and Post streets

Five people suffered critical injuries after a double-decker tour bus lost control in…

Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow was allegedly intimidating former supervisor David Chiu in 2009. (Jen Siska/Special to S.F. Media Co.)

‘Shrimp Boy’ put scare into politician David Chiu

David Chiu had been on the Board of Supervisors for less than…

Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow was allegedly intimidating former supervisor David Chiu in 2009. (Jen Siska/Special to S.F. Media Co.)
A sky bridge is proposed for the rear of the Twitter headquarters to connect it with another building. (Rendering Courtesy of Transparent House)

Twitter’s ‘skybridge’ gets initial approval

Plans to build a “skybridge” connecting Twitter’s headquarters in Mid-Market with another,…

A sky bridge is proposed for the rear of the Twitter headquarters to connect it with another building. (Rendering Courtesy of Transparent House)
A customer takes a whiff of Buddha's Pantry's marijuana from Brandy Turnbull (left) at the "Get Baked Sale" held at  SOMAStreat Food Park on 11th Street, Saturday, June 13, 2015 in San Francisco. The event included food trucks and various booths promoting their companies. There were the typical edibles like cookies and brownies as well as the more innovative products like marijuana infused olive oil. Over 25 local businesses hosted the event. Photos by Gabrielle Lurie/Special to the S.F. Examiner.

Popular medical marijuana event kiboshed by SF

The organizer of a popular event last month in San Francisco that…

A customer takes a whiff of Buddha's Pantry's marijuana from Brandy Turnbull (left) at the "Get Baked Sale" held at  SOMAStreat Food Park on 11th Street, Saturday, June 13, 2015 in San Francisco. The event included food trucks and various booths promoting their companies. There were the typical edibles like cookies and brownies as well as the more innovative products like marijuana infused olive oil. Over 25 local businesses hosted the event. Photos by Gabrielle Lurie/Special to the S.F. Examiner.
A sky bridge is proposed for the rear of the Twitter headquarters to connect it with another building. (Rendering Courtesy of Transparent House)

Sky bridge planned for Twitter building up for approval

To prepare the massive Furniture Mart building for its new life as…

A sky bridge is proposed for the rear of the Twitter headquarters to connect it with another building. (Rendering Courtesy of Transparent House)
Sinbad's restaurant. Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner

Sinbad’s struggle to stay costing SF money

Sinbad’s Pier 2 restaurant is starting to get expensive for The City…

Sinbad's restaurant. Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner
San Francisco resident Randy Silva, 51, is one of many people in The City who has maintained an active lifestyle after being diagnosed with HIV. (Special to S.F. Examiner/Natasha Dangond)

SF records all-time low in HIV infections, deaths

Fourteen years after his death sentence, Randy Silva is in the best…

San Francisco resident Randy Silva, 51, is one of many people in The City who has maintained an active lifestyle after being diagnosed with HIV. (Special to S.F. Examiner/Natasha Dangond)
A police officer is attended to in an ambulance after being pepper sprayed on Tuesday. (Michael Ares /Special to the S.F. Examiner)

Alleged Union Square shoplifters arrested after fight with police

A pair of alleged shoplifters were in police custody Tuesday after a…

A police officer is attended to in an ambulance after being pepper sprayed on Tuesday. (Michael Ares /Special to the S.F. Examiner)

SF sued over 2014 fatal fire in Sunnydale public housing

Relatives of the mother and son who were killed in a fire…

In 1885, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors had this map made to show the areas of Chinatown where one could gamble, smoke opium or find a prostitute, among other things.

The country’s first war on drugs: SF vs. opium

San Francisco has always been a party town. A steady stream of…

In 1885, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors had this map made to show the areas of Chinatown where one could gamble, smoke opium or find a prostitute, among other things.
NATASHA DANGOND/SPECIAL TO THE S.F. EXAMINER

New restrictions target illicit SF massage parlors

Sex is readily available in exchange for cash in San Francisco –…

NATASHA DANGOND/SPECIAL TO THE S.F. EXAMINER