SF Judges Denies Neighbors' Attempt To Stop Construction On Waterfront Homeless Navigation CenterConstruction on the Embarcadero Homeless Navigation Center can continue after a San Francisco judge, on Monday, denied a temporary restraining order on the project brought by neighbors.
Judge Delays Decision Whether To Halt Construction Of Homeless Navigation Center In SFThe neighborhood group ‘Safe Embarcadero for All’ asked for construction of San Francisco’s Homeless Navigation Center to come to a halt. Monday, a judge denied that request and pushed the matter to September 23rd.
Possible Release Of San Francisco Condo Assault Suspect DelayedThe man accused of assaulting a woman in front of her San Francisco condo building was back in court Wednesday, but will remain in custody after additional assault charges weren't dropped as expected.
New Charges Against San Francisco Condo Attack Suspect To Be DroppedA man charged with assaulting a woman outside her San Francisco waterfront condo complex will not face additional criminal counts from a February assault after his defense attorney presented evidence that he was in Southern California at the time.
Judge Says She Hadn't Seen Video Of San Francisco Attack Prior To Releasing SuspectA San Francisco judge and top city officials on Friday were trying to explain why video of woman being attacked in front of her building near the Embarcadero last weekend was not enough to keep the suspect locked up.
San Francisco Condo Attack Suspect Austin Vincent Remains Free; Ordered To Wear Ankle MonitorAustin James Vincent, a homeless man who was arrested after a vicious attack of a San Francisco woman was recorded by a surveillance camera, was ordered Friday to wear an ankle GPS monitor but allowed to remain free to receive mental health treatment.
Mayor Breed, Others Weigh In On Swift Release Of San Francisco Assault SuspectThere was more fallout Thurday surrounding the quick release from custody of the suspect arrested in the Sunday morning attack on a woman outside her home near the Embarcadero.
Victim Outraged After Man Who Attacked Her Outside San Francisco Home ReleasedThe victim of an early Sunday morning assault outside the lobby of her building in San Francisco was shocked and angry to learn Wednesday morning her attacker had been released from custody.
VIDEO: Woman Attacked By Assailant Outside Lobby Of San Francisco BuildingA San Francisco woman says she is ready to move out of her home of six years after a violent attack early Sunday morning by what she describes as a mentally disturbed man.
Muni Announces Early Subway Closures For Track, Maintenance Work This WeekSan Francisco Municipal Railway's Muni Metro subway service will begin early closures this coming week, lasting for two weeks as crews do maintenance work.
New CA Law Limits Neighbors' Ability To Appeal Navigation CentersEffective immediately in certain zoned areas, people in California cannot appeal a decision to build a homeless navigation center.
Group Seeking To Halt South Beach Navigation Center Files LawsuitA group of residents in San Francisco's South Beach neighborhood opposing a SAFE Navigation Center in the area filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the city, seeking to stop the center's construction.
Embarcadero Navigation Center To Move Forward As SF Supes Reject AppealThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors green-lighted the new 200 bed navigation center on the Embarcadero on Tuesday evening.
San Francisco Port Commission Approves Embarcadero Navigation CenterThe San Francisco Port Commission unanimously voted to approve the operation of a temporary SAFE Navigation Center on a portion of Seawall Lot 330 in the Embarcadero.
San Francisco Supe Proposes That More Districts Should House Navigation CentersThe homeless problem has for years been considered the weightiest problem facing San Francisco. One city supervisor says the weight of that challenge needs to be carried by more shoulders.