Trial Set To Begin In SF JewelryMart SlayingsOpening statements are set to begin in the trial of a man accused of killing two employees in a jewelry store in San Francisco's Jewelrymart.
San Francisco Hopes Sexy Voice Will Help Save Water, New Ads Say Conservation Feels ‘Oh, So Right’After a slow start, customers of San Francisco’s Hetch Hetchy water system are starting to conserve more, but if they don’t keep it up, The SF Public Utilities Commission says they’ll have to impose mandatory rationing.
Grusome Details Emerge As Man Pleads Not Guilty To Killings At SF's JewelryMartA man charged in the gruesome deaths of two San Francisco jewelry store clerks and critically wounding the shop owner pleaded not guilty Wednesday to murder and other felony charges in a courtroom crowded with family members of the victims.
Suspect In SF JewelryMart Murders In Court, Victim's Family Speaks OutThe man accused of killing two people and critically wounding a third person at the San Francisco GiftCenter & JewelryMart earlier this month appeared in court on Wednesday.
Dispute Over Price May Have Led To San Francisco JewelryMart SlayingsAn Antioch man is facing 16 felony counts for a deadly rampage in San Francisco last week that killed two women and wounded a store owner. Prosecutors have also revealed a possible motive in the case.
Suspect In SF Jewelry Store Killings Was Facing Charges In '09 CaseTwo women who were killed at the jewelry store where they worked in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood on Friday afternoon have been identified. Meanwhile, the suspect is facing charges in a 2009 incident involving a police shooting in Antioch.
SFPD: Robbery Not Motive In San Francisco JewelryMart Killings; Suspect ID’dSan Francisco police have identified the man who was arrested in an attack at a jewelry store that left two women dead and one man wounded as 23-year-old Barry White of Antioch.
The Wanted Play "What's That Song" - Part 2Watch the boys try to guess songs by Christina Aguilera, LMFAO, the Beatles, Barry White, blink-182 and more. And Tom Parker, of course, gets a little bit dirty.