Workout equipment at Live Fit gym seen through broken glass Friday night following demonstrations in the Mission. Photo by Mateo Hoke.


Protesters vandalized businesses, including Wells Fargo and U.S. Bank on 16th and Mission streets and the LiveFit Gym on Valencia Street, in the wake of a shooting by a police officer at 14th and Natoma streets Thursday evening. Read Friday’s and Saturday’s coverage for more details.

A profile of Mission high school John O’Connell’s new principle, Mark Alvarado, examines challenges for educators who want to impart career training for youth.

Police arrested a man in connection with the Treat Avenue murder. They are seeking a second suspect, who is considered armed and dangerous. 

Molly Oleson checked out PARK(ing) Day on Friday. See her story and slideshow here.


Yousur Alhlou and Sean Havey asked Mission folks about freedom of speech in the digital age for a new 60 Seconds video.

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A Modesto, CA native, Carly has been working in the news industry for the past five years. She has worked with The Portland Mercury as an Arts Intern, The San Francisco Bay Guardian as a News Intern, The Lewis County Chronicle in Centralia, WA as a beat reporter, and was the student opinion editor for her undergraduate newspaper, The Daily Vanguard, for Portland State University, in Portland, Ore. She currently lives in San Francisco, CA.

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