Gold coins from one of the largest finds in U.S. history were possibly from a heist at the San Francisco Mint at the turn of the 20th century.
Public health officials have said that the best option for finding a flu shot at this point is to go to your doctor’s office because they get their doses from a different suppliers than big box stores, which are running out.
The gold coins had been minted as early as the 1840s in such countries as Mexico, England, Austria and South Africa, he said. Coin experts have said the age and rarity of the coins could make them much more valuable than their weight alone.
Federal wildlife officials have added a native San Francisco shrub that was once believed to be extinct to the endangered species list.
The Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office is currently searching for 84-year-old Albert Marcotte.