Robbery Victim Fights Back Against Criminal in San Francisco

Video footage captured the moment where a robber wearing a blue hoodie and jeans rushing towards the victim and grabbing a blue suitcase and backpack, quickly fleeing into a getaway car, dropping the suitcase on the way. Fighting Back However, after the criminal gets in the vehicle, the victim, identified as a tourist traveling with […]

California Passes 50,000 Coronavirus-Related Deaths

California has reached a new grim milestone of 51,000 deaths due to the coronavirus pandemic on Wednesday, becoming the first state in the United States to record more than 50,000 COVID-19-related fatalities. Across the country, California has the highest population total at 40 million residents and leads in the number of COVID-19 infections at 3.5 […]

Residents Cutting In Line For COVID-19 Vaccine at San Francisco’s One Medical

San Francisco-based One Medical, a concierge-type medical service and provider, revealed several of its employees had been fired after they allegedly accommodated ineligible residents for vaccinations. A spokesperson for the company said the allegations “perpetuates dangerous public misconceptions” about the COVID-19 vaccine protocols they have set up. They added the patients they prioritized were those […]

Massive Sinkhole Opens Up in San Francisco Interstate Off-Ramp

One vehicle was trapped when a large sinkhole suddenly opened in a San Francisco Interstate 280 off-ramp on Thursday afternoon. Massive Sinkhole One lane of the ramp was shut down by California Highway Patrol officers, blocking the route to 6th Street in the South Park neighborhood. Around 2:35 p.m., the roadway in the area began […]

San Francisco Lifts Travel Quarantine Amid Dropping COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations

San Francisco officials announced the lifting of the city’s mandatory travel quarantine as coronavirus-related infections and hospitalizations have begun to slow down while still urging residents to avoid non-essential travel. City officials implemented the mandate in mid-December when San Francisco experienced a massive surge of COVID-19 infections after residents traveled for Thanksgiving. People were required […]

Bay Area Man Accused of 6 Separate Bank Robberies

Federal authorities revealed that one Bay Area resident is accused of conducting six separate bank robberies around Northern California, as written in recently unsealed court documents. The 34-year-old suspect, Willian Edward Mulligan, also known as “Rocky,” was charged with bank robbery earlier this month. If convicted, he would face a $250,000 fine and about 20 […]

$600 California Stimulus Check: Eligibility and What to Expect

California State Governor Gavin Newsom recently signed a $7.6 billion COVID-19 relief package on Tuesday, which aims to distribute much-needed financial support to residents with a one-time $600 stimulus check and small businesses with $2 billion in grants. Congress has been in discussions regarding a broader-sized stimulus package for the United States, aiming to support […]

2 Bay Area Counties Move To Red Tier, Plans To Reopen Indoor Dining

The state of California on Tuesday placed two Bay Area counties under the red tier as coronavirus case numbers continue to drop.  The San Mateo and Marin counties will move out of the purple tier to the red tier effective Wednesday. Both counties are now allowed to reopen new business sectors, including indoor dining at […]

California Struggles to Continue Vaccinations as Supply Runs Low After Winter Storms

Vaccination efforts in California hit a roadblock last week, with some areas experiencing full closure as vaccine centers were forced to temporarily shut down and delay appointments due to the winter storms across the United States slowing down the distribution of the vaccine. California residents may find it difficult to set an appointment for vaccination […]

Affordable Housing Project Proposed For Closed Fish Market Site in San Jose

A Bay Area developer on Monday proposed to build an affordable housing project in South San Jose. Affordable Housing Jemcor Development Partners, a San Mateo-based developer, proposed to build a 1.9-acre parcel at 1007 Blossom Hill Road. The site was formerly occupied by the Fish Market, a 23-year-old chain restaurant that was forced to close […]