Pasted in the window of a dormant pizzeria on 18th Street was a familiar notice from the Department of Public Works: a letter, dated Oct. 2, demanding the landlord remove small taggings from the window...
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Comedian Marilyn Pittman says she grew up in a funny family. Then her father shot her mother. And then himself.
The 74-year-old man who died under suspicious circumstances kept to himself, had pet turtles.
A 37-year-old woman is pronounced dead at the scene. En Español
The suspect had a history of conflict with the victim. En Español
Hundreds of residents converge to Chief of Police's townhall meeting.En Español
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A fight and then a 23-year-old is dead. En Español
Check Rachel's postings if you're looking for something fun this week. If not, keep reading. When Cards are Too Smart A Murder With No Apparent Motive. Unemployment Statistics that Look Better than Life
"God is the ultimate judge," she says of the recent murder charges against two teenagers. En Español
In case you missed yesterday’s news, two San Francisco juveniles were charged yesterday in the September shooting at Papa Potrero’s Pizza at 24th Street and Potrero Avenue. Mission Loc@l recently did an in-depth look at...
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Frank Peña was murdered in September due to Norteño-on-Norteño gang violence, police say. But the story of his life—and death—shows how difficult escaping one's past can be.
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Police are investigating a pre-dawn incident that left a Daly City man dead Sunday.
TGIF! It’s almost t-minus one week to Halloween, and despite having sworn that this year I would really do it right and plan my costume way in advance, my current idea is little more than...
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The ACLU claims California DNA collection law violates civil rights.
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