A motorcyclist was critically injured in a head-on crash in San Francisco’s Castro District on Friday evening, police said Tuesday.
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The bicyclist who fatally struck an elderly pedestrian in San Francisco will likely be charged with a felony in connection with an accident last month in the Castro District.
San Francisco Police are still investigating whether a cyclist who plowed through a crowded crosswalk, killing a 71-year-old man was racing against the clock at the time. Authorities hope the tragedy will help raise awareness of the need for safety, since the city is California’s most hazardous for bikers and pedestrians.
CBS has learned that San Francisco police have obtained videotape of last month’s deadly crash involving an elderly pedestrian and an allegedly speeding cyclist in the city’s Castro District. The news comes as the District Attorney’s Office decides whether to file charges.
The AIDS Quilt returns to San Francisco this weekend for the first time in a decade. Several dozen panels will be on display Sunday at several locations in the Castro District.
Repairs on downed San Francisco Municipal Railway overhead lines in the Castro area were completed early Friday morning and the morning’s commute was expected to run undisrupted, according to Muni officials.
A proposal to ban camping and other activities at two plazas in San Francisco’s Castro District was approved by the Board of Supervisors Tuesday, but only after the removal of regulations that had angered homeless advocates in the city.
San Francisco may have a gay friendly reputation, but seniors in the LGBT community have complained the goodwill doesn’t apply to them, especially when it comes to affordable housing and health care.
Two of the most popular gathering spots in San Francisco’s Castro District would be subject to new regulations under legislation passed out of a supervisors’ committee Monday, despite the fact that they turned out to be quite contentious issues.