A person who allegedly shot at an officer early Sunday morning in Hayward was driving a car that might be connected with another shooting on Saturday night, police said.
Fear Of Ebola Dominates While Influenza Kills Thousands A Year In U.S.; Only Half Of Population Gets Flu Shot
There are plenty of fears floating around surrounding the Ebola virus, but flu season is coming up and many people don’t seem to be all that worried and often do not take precautions against it that are available.
North Bay Doctor Claims Self-Defense In Road Rage Shooting Of Garage Intruder; Gun Collection Seized
A Corte Madera man pleaded not guilty Thursday in Marin County Superior Court to felony charges in connection with a road rage shooting in July.
Police said a 69-year-old man is in serious condition as they continue to investigate the incident.
Gunshots were fired outside of San Francisco City Hall Thursday afternoon, a police spokesman said.
Tweets and emails sent out by UCSF Wednesday afternoon set off fears of an active shooter situation on at San Francisco General Hospital.
Shots were fired into an apartment in Gilroy early Sunday morning, but the six people inside were not hurt, police said.
Health officials say flu season is off to its earliest start in nearly 10 years—and it could be a bad one.
Two men were arrested after allegedly firing shots from a building in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood late Thursday night, a police spokesman said.
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