The detention is the culmination of a traumatic life that appears to have given Campos a cavalier attitude toward death.
“Born from pain and grief and it blossomed into vida y corazon” Valentina Marrufo is the owner and creator of Mission Native, a brand of Mission-inspired apparel and accessories, started […]
Olive Patton, age 26, described her day as “interesting.” While she was out of town last week, the shop where she works, Gravel & Gold, at 3266 21st St. on […]
Oscar Muñoz has been working at The Mellow SF at 3236 21st St. at the corner of San Carlos since January, 2021. He first came to the store as a customer […]
Insofar as San Francisco’s pandemic year has proved exceptional in any way, it has, in no small part, been in the individual voices and collective activity of these women. Each is a role model for legions of other young women interested in science. Together they’re a powerful example of the benefits of diversity.
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A loaf of bread, a quart of milk and now ATMs are being stolen from the corner store and other establishments. Thieves have yanked out, or at least attempted to […]
We are back with another of our semi-regular Mission Local crossword puzzles. This one draws on holiday attractions throughout San Francisco. We won’t give too much away, but there’s a […]
Looking for a place to get in the holiday spirit? We’ve compiled a list of San Francisco holiday markets, many of which will be kicking off this weekend. Check back […]
BART police detained a woman at the 24th Street BART Station this morning, after a train operator mistook her torch lighter for a firearm, the agency’s police officers said. Sofia […]
Officers with the U.S. Marshals Service, accompanied by San Francisco police, raided a Mission District home Thursday afternoon, taking one man into custody. The man, who was dressed in a […]
For HIV patients who struggle with daily pills — because they are homeless, or suffer from mental-health problems or drug addiction — long-acting injectable treatments are the newest innovation in […]
The Rabbit Hole, a new Asian restaurant and bar at Mission Street and Cortland Avenue, is preparing to open by the end of year at the former Old Devil Moon […]
As respiratory illnesses begin to circulate this winter season, far fewer San Franciscans have rolled up their sleeves to get the latest Covid-19 shot than in previous years, according to […]
Consider: The humble shipping container. An essential component of global trade, the 20- and 40-foot-long steel rectangular boxes litter our landscape, rumbling by on the back of 18-wheelers, hurtling up […]
A man was left in serious condition after being stabbed on Tuesday night in the Mission District, according to police and Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital. Police responded to Mission […]
Since Capp Street’s closure to through traffic in February, residents have celebrated success in deterring sex workers and cruising clients from flocking there. But nearby neighbors say the same problems […]
“I really don’t think there’s anything that. better encapsulates how far we’ve come,” said Sam Moss, executive director of Mission Housing.