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Officer Walks In On Armed Robbery At San Mateo 7-Eleven; 2 Arrested

Officer Walks In On Armed Robbery At San Mateo 7-Eleven; 2 Arrested

SAN MATEO (CBS SF) — A suspect was arrested after a police officer walked in on an armed robbery in progress at a convenience store in San Mateo in which the clerk was injured. An accomplice was also arrested, police said Wednesday.San Mateo police officers were dispatched to a 7-Eleven store Tuesday at 12:45 a.m. to assist Belmont police conducting a high-risk traffic stop on a vehicle believed to involved in a robbery at the store.READ MORE:Minutes before, a Belmont police sergeant had arrived at the 7-Eleven and witnessed a masked man run from the store, past a vehicle waiting on him,...

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Asian American Attacks: Vandal Tries To Start Fire At Oakland Asian Bakery, Possible Hate Crime

Asian American Attacks: Vandal Tries To Start Fire At Oakland Asian Bakery, Possible Hate Crime

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Owners of an Asian bakery in Oakland say a vandal tried to burn down their shop early Thursday morning.Around 1:30 a.m., an unidentified man set the contents of a recycling bin on fire near Buiphong Bakery on the 2800 block of International Blvd. One of the owners was inside the establishment at the time and he extinguished the fire it could catch.READ MORE:Surveillance cameras caught the suspect arriving and leaving the scene in a bicycle.READ MORE:The owners said they suspect it was a hate crime, but they don’t understand the motivations.“We are Chinese AMERICANS, and...

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Apr 1
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VIDEO: Victims Chase Burglars After Vehicle Break-In At Moraga Steps In San Francisco

VIDEO: Victims Chase Burglars After Vehicle Break-In At Moraga Steps In San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Surveillance video has been release of another brazen daytime vehicle break-in in San Francisco .The incident happened Monday at the tiled Moraga Steps, a popular spot for tourists and local in the city’s Inner Sunset neighborhood.READ MORE:Surveillance video from homes on Moraga St. between 16th and 17th Ave. captured the victims chasing the suspects’ car as it began to drive away.Neighbors said the victims were a family visiting from Puerto Rico.BRAZEN SF TOURIST ROBBERY, VICTIMS CHASE SUSPECTSThis is video of the same crime from two angles. You're looking at the...

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Apr 1
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Dozens Cited, Arrests Made, 50+ Vehicles Recovered In East Oakland Illegal Dumping Crackdown

Dozens Cited, Arrests Made, 50+ Vehicles Recovered In East Oakland Illegal Dumping Crackdown

OAKLAND (CBS SF) – Dozens of citations were issued, three people were arrested and more than 50 vehicles were taken off the streets of East Oakland following an illegal dumping crackdown over the weekend.District Attorney Nancy O’Malley said the operation from the Alameda County Illegal Dumping (ACID) task force took place on Saturday, with members of the Environmental Crimes Unit of the DA’s office, Alameda County sheriff’s deputies, Oakland Police and Oakland Public Works taking part.READ MORE:“I am very proud of my staff and the efforts of the ACID task force to make our community a...

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Mar 30
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BART, SF Filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola Peddle Free Fiction Via Vending Machine

BART, SF Filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola Peddle Free Fiction Via Vending Machine

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Looking for something to read on BART?The transit agency has installed dispensers at the Richmond, Fruitvale and Pleasant Hill stations that spit out short stories for free. It’s part of a partnership with Short Edition, the company that makes the dispensers and puts together the short stories.Story dispenser at an East Bay BART station. (BART Photo via Twitter)The kiosks are like vending machines for creative writing, dispensing stories on eco-friendly recyclable, receipt-like paper. They’re touchless: you just hover your finger over the button to get your story. The...

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Mar 27
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San Francisco Board of Education Votes to Remove Allison Collins As VP Over Racist Tweets

San Francisco Board of Education Votes to Remove Allison Collins As VP Over Racist Tweets

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Members of the San Francisco Board of Education on Thursday approved a “no confidence” vote to remove Vice President Alison Collins from her leadership position over racist tweets she posted five years ago.Collins has been under fire in recent weeks for the 2016 social media comments. The firestorm over Collins is just the latest involving the embattled leadership of San Francisco schools.On Thursday evening Laura Dudnick with the San Francisco Unified School District confirmed that the SF Board of Education on Thursday passed the resolution “Assertion of...

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Mar 25
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Oakland To Provide $500 A Month In Guaranteed Income To 600 BIPOC Families

Oakland To Provide $500 A Month In Guaranteed Income To 600 BIPOC Families

OAKLAND (KPIX 5) — The City of Oakland announced a pilot program Tuesday to give a small group of low-income people a guaranteed monthly income to see if it will improve their economic plight. The experiment is actually small in scale, but it addresses a problem faced by millions trying to survive in this economy.Oakland Resilient Families, the name of the program, will provide $500 a month for at least 18 months to the families who can spend the money on anything they want to.READ MORE:The money will go to Black, Indigenous and other people of color, also known as BIPOC. These groups have...

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Mar 24
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BREAKING: Possible Gunman Reported At Yountville Veterans Home

BREAKING: Possible Gunman Reported At Yountville Veterans Home

YOUNTVILLE (CBS SF) — Law enforcement officers from across Napa County responded to reports Tuesday morning of a gunman on the grounds of the Yountville Veterans Home.The California Highway Patrol confirmed at around 8 a.m. that “there is a police presence at the Yountville Vets home for a person with a gun.”Without releasing any details, the county and the Napa County Sheriff’s Department issued warnings to stay away from the area.Local residents report hearing and seeing a large response by local law enforcement agencies.Reports of possible active shooter at Veterans Home in Yountville,...

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Mar 23
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West Coast Supply Bottlenecks Backing Up Freighters In San Francisco Bay

West Coast Supply Bottlenecks Backing Up Freighters In San Francisco Bay

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF/AP) — Commuters traveling over the Bay Bridge recently have noticed a large backup of freighters parked in the San Francisco Bay, awaiting an opening at the Port of Oakland.The scene has been repeated in Long Beach. A trade bottleneck born of the COVID-19 outbreak has U.S. businesses anxiously awaiting goods from Asia — while off the coast of California, dozens of container ships sit anchored, unable to unload their cargo.READ MORE:The pandemic has wreaked havoc with the supply chain since early 2020, when it forced the closure of factories throughout China.The seeds...

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Mar 21
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San Francisco Hit-and-Run Victim Identified As 78-Year-Old Resident Antonio Durano

San Francisco Hit-and-Run Victim Identified As 78-Year-Old Resident Antonio Durano

SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) — A pedestrian who died after being struck by a vehicle as he crossed the street Saturday in San Francisco has been identified by the city’s Medical Examiner’s Office as 78-year-old Antonio Durano.Durano, a San Francisco resident, was struck by a vehicle around 1:10 p.m. near the corner of Third and Folsom streets, according to police.READ MORE:An off-duty San Francisco police officer who witnessed the hit-and-run collision was able to render aid to Durano. He was taken to the hospital, but he eventually succumbed to his injuries, police said.The driver who struck the...

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Apr 6
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