San Francisco Police Announce Arrest In Racially Charged Bayview Recycling RobberySan Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott announced Thursday that officers have made an arrest in the recent robbery of an older Asian man of recycling he had collected in Bayview-Hunters Point.
Elderly Man Robbed Of Recycling In SF's Bayview-Hunters Point IdentifiedPolice in San Francisco on Wednesday announced that investigators have identified the man who was threatened and attacked over the weekend as he was robbed of recycling he had collected in Bayview-Hunters Point.
Interview: Community Worker Talks About Recycling Robbery Attack VictimOn Wednesday, KPIX 5 reporter Joe Vazquez spoke with Michael Wong of the Community Youth Center of San Francisco (CYCSF) about the victim in the Bayview-Hunters Point attack and recycling robbery over the weekend that was caught on video.
San Francisco Police Renew Call For Help Identifying Recycling Theft VictimPolice in San Francisco renewed their call for public assistance Tuesday, hoping someone can help identify the older Asian man who was robbed of recycling in a racially charged theft in Hunters Point.
San Francisco Drive-By Murder Defendants Can Obtain Private Social Media PostsAttorneys for two suspects in the 2013 drive-by slaying of Jaquan Rice Jr. at a Hunters Point bus stop can obtain private postings from Bay Area social media companies to help in their defense.
21 People, 1 Dog Displaced in San Francisco 2-Alarm House Fire21 people and one dog have been displaced following a two-alarm fire at a home in Hunters Point that has been contained early Sunday morning, according to fire officials.
New Report States Former Hunters Point Shipyard Free Of Health HazardsA new report released Wednesday from the state's health department has declared the Hunters Point shipyard in San Francisco free of all radiological, health and safety hazards.
1-Alarm Fire in S.F. Hunters Point Neighborhood Displaces 5 PeopleAt least five people -- including two children -- were displaced following a 1-alarm fire at a residence in San Francisco's Hunters Point neighborhood early Sunday morning.
DOJ Joins Lawsuits Over Hunters Point CleanupThe U.S. Department of Justice has notified a federal court in San Francisco that it plans to take over three previously sealed false claims lawsuits filed by whistleblowers against Tetra Tech, which the U.S. Navy hired to clean up the former Hunters Point Naval Shipyard.
Small Radioactive Object Discovered At Controversial Hunters Point DevelopmentThe discovery of a small radioactive naval deck marker in the soil at the former Hunters Point Naval Shipyard has further inflamed debate over the safety of the redevelopment project.
San Francisco Anti-Violence Community Worker Is Victim Of ShootingA man who spends his days helping to stop violence in San Francisco has become the victim of violence.
Attorney To Announce More Plaintiffs In Tetra Tech SuitSome 2,000 more plaintiffs are set to join a lawsuit against Tetra Tech, the company hired to clean up soil-borne radiation and other contaminants at the former Hunters Point Naval Shipyard in San Francisco, the lead attorney in that case said Sunday night
$27B Lawsuit Filed Against Firm Accused Of Faking SF Shipyard Cleanup DataAn attorney representing residents in San Francisco's Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood filed a class action lawsuit against a firm contracted by the U.S. Navy to rid the area's former naval shipyard of radiation.
San Francisco Hunters Point Superfund Site To Be Retested After Report Of False DataThe U.S. Navy will retest San Francisco’s Hunters Point Shipyard for radioactive contamination after a report indicated falsified data from a contractor hired to clean up the site.
Mayor, Officials Attend Ribbon-Cutting for New Medical Examiner Office in SF Hunters PointThe 46,000-square-foot building boasts a state-of-the-art forensic toxicology lab, modern autopsy suite and workstations for investigators and administration.