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A San Francisco Police patrol car (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

2 Hospitalized After Separate San Francisco Shootings

At about 4:30 a.m., a 20-year-old woman had just exited her vehicle in the area of San Jose Avenue and Duncan Street near the city’s Bernal Heights neighborhood when she was shot in the shoulder and head, according to police.

10/28/2013

SFPD says Jesse Nesbitt (inset) is the man seen hurling bricks into a crowd during a San Francisco May Day protest. (CBS/SFPD)

Accused SF Occupy Brick Thrower Had Previous Run-In, Faces Felonies

A man accused of tossing bricks into a crowd of people during Tuesday’s San Francisco May Day protests will face felony charges, according to the San Francisco Police department.

05/02/2012

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Man Stabbed While Sleeping In SF Tenderloin

A man was apparently stabbed while he was sleeping in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood early Thursday morning, police said.

01/26/2012

(CBS)

Woman Sliced With Razor During SF Tenderloin Fight

A woman was sliced several times with a razor blade after getting into an argument with another woman in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood on Tuesday night.

11/30/2011

O'Farrell Street in the Tenderloin section of downtown San Francisco (Wikipedia)

SF Tenderloin Crime Surge Linked To Drop In Police Patrols

A dramatic spike in crime on one particular San Francisco block in the Tenderloin corresponds to a recent drop in the number of officers assigned to patrol the entire area, said Randy Shaw of the Tenderloin Housing Clinic.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–07/14/2011

Officers block the sidewalk during Wednesday's San Francisco Federal Building bomb scare. (CBS)

San Francisco Federal Building Safe After Bomb Scare

A suspicious package that prompted a shelter-in-place warning at the Federal Building at 450 Golden Gate Ave. in San Francisco this afternoon has been deemed harmless.

CBS San Francisco–06/15/2011

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San Francisco Protesters Rally At Deadly Stretch Of Masonic Ave.

As thousands across the Bay Area pumped up their tires and checked their helmets for Bike To Work Day, others gathered to call for changes that would slow traffic on one of San Francisco’s most dangerous streets.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–05/12/2011

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