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Sunset District resident Darron Price re-arrested for murder charge after his home exploded in February due to an alleged drug lab. Neighbors are suing the owners for damages.
SFPD & Sup. Engardio collaborate to deter catalytic converter theft with a free event to etches vehicle ID numbers and paints SFPD logos on converters.
The 34-year-old print shop, owned by an immigrant family from Hong Kong, was destroyed in last week's fire.
40 of the Haight's unhoused have found safe shelter at the Stanyan Street tent village. But there appears to be no plan for hundreds of others sleeping on the street.
The city's parks and real estate departments have two weeks to identify land where homeless people can camp at a social distance.
The vacant, city-owned lot will be pressed into use as an emergency tent shelter with social distancing and sanitation.
The Oasis Tourist and Travel Agency suffered severe damage after an SUV driver crashed into its storefront this morning.
In one incident, a suspect on felony bail drew a gun during an altercation.
N-Judah service had to be shut down so the truck could be towed.
The 8-year-old boy was struck by a car while he was in a crosswalk at Lawton Street and 19th Avenue.
While the Mission saw a six percent increase in car break-ins this year — that's down from an 80 percent increase last year, Police Chief Bill Scott told the Board of Supervisors.
The first-alarm fire broke out at 3:33 a.m. today on Funston Avenue between Irving and Judah.
The incident occurred around 11:30 p.m. on Saturday night in Golden Gate Park.