When Mark Morey wanted to know how often people were speeding past his South Van Ness home, he didn’t rely on mere estimates. The 49-year-old Mission resident equipped himself with a cheap radar gun, posted...
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With robberies up 41 percent in the Mission District this year, now is a good a time as any to brush up on some (mostly) common sense strategies to help avoid becoming a victim. The...
In a neighborhood full of traffic hazards, the intersection of 19th and Dolores Streets holds a special place in Mission residents' anxieties. En Español
En Español District 10 community leaders worked this week to bridge the divide between Asian and African American residents, a rift exacerbated by high-profile crimes against Asian residents on the platform of the T-Third Street...
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The night ride along the T was filled with everything from homeless people trying to stay warm, to baseball fans heading to AT&T Park for the Giants game. The only police officers seen were zooming...
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Keeping students, reserachers and San Francisco safe for 28 years. En Español
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Yes, says BART -- Nearly always. En Español
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Mabel Jiménez rides Muni.
Some wonder if the new technology will work. En Español
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Monday's Muni J-Church stabbing brought up bad memories, but few riders have much choice but to get on the bus. En Español
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Three women robbed at gunpoint late last night.
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Driver education and awareness
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Police confirm three kidnapping cases in the Mission District within the last two weeks. By AMANDA MARTINEZ