Tough questions about crime seek results.
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The debate over "bad apple" nightclubs raged at City Hall.
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Eighteen-year-old Uluao Mase was charged today in the Oct. 5 beating of young actor Christopher Borgzinner, 18. Borgzinner was riding the 9-San Bruno Muni bus to an acting class when four men, ignoring his denial...
For some city residents, environmentally friendly buildings mean suffering and death.
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In the Mission District and elsewhere in San Francisco domestic violence shelters struggle after losing all state funding.
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A new division in the gangs. The chief suspect was questioned and released 10 minutes before Sunday's shootings.
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Passengers speak on the safety of Muni after an 11-year-old boy was recently attacked. By GARRETT MCAULIFFE
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By SHALWAH EVANS Residents gathered on Harrison Street Sunday and lit candles in protest of the violence that has recently plagued their home. Beginning at 8 pm, neighbors grouped together and lit candles in various...