Firefighter, 3 Others Hurt In Massive San Francisco Mission District Store Fire, Building In Danger Of Collapse
Four people, including a firefighter, were hospitalized with smoke inhalation from a massive fire that raged in San Francisco’s Mission District Thursday afternoon.
Scientists were at the U.S. Geological Survey in Menlo Park on Thursday, sharing some of the information they have gathered on the ground in studying last month’s Napa earthquake.
Many residents are replacing perishables that were lost when the power went out following the earthquake.
Former Mayor Art Agnos is calling on Mayor Ed Lee to come to the San Francisco Flower Mart building and tell the tenants what the city is going to do to protect them from eviction as its long-term lease is about to expire.
Aunt Pleads Not Guilty In Death Of Her Niece On San Francisco Streets, As Family Tries To Raise Funds For Her Funeral
25-year-old Lorysha Gage pleaded not guilty to felony child endangerment charges, as her family prepares for the funeral of 2-year-old niece Mi’Yana Gregory.
San Francisco’s Project Homeless Connect, now in its 10th year – offered “one-stop-shop” services for the homeless at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.
Much like Ferguson, Missouri, the city of Oakland has been rocked in the past by civil unrest, both during the Occupy protests and also following the shooting of Oscar Grant. Mayor Jean Quan has her own reflections on how her city’s police department handles protests.
The deadly Isla Vista shootings last spring has prompted state lawmakers to consider an anti-gun violence restraining order. Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner’s bill is modeled after California’s domestic violence restraining order laws.
With the continuing drought and dwindling water supplies, Bay Area-water agencies continue to explore a regional desalination project.
Members of Governor Browns’ interagency Drought Task Force came to San Francisco Monday to meet with local government officials to learn more about efforts to respond to the drought.