Children and youth who are witnesses of violent crime can get up to $5,000 in reimbursement for mental health counseling through California’s Victim Compensation Program, San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón announced Wednesday. The goals of the program...
District Attorney George Gascón gave reporters an update Wednesday morning on his office’s 18-month-old Neighborhood Prosecutor Initiative, and announced his plan for a program for juvenile offenders throughout the city. The initiative aims to curb...
It's 6:05 a.m., with a low of 54° and a high of 74.° Sunnier than yesterday, mercifully. City Insider reports on a lack of data that could be useful in the sit/lie debate.
Unaccompanied Honduran youth appear to move elsewhere. En Español
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Mission school reflects on the tragedy across the Bay.
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City audit reveals San Francisco needs to rethink it's strategy for reducing prostitution.
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The ACLU claims California DNA collection law violates civil rights.
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Driver education and awareness
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