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Property, violent crimes plummet in San Francisco since stay-at-home order

Property, violent crimes plummet in San Francisco since stay-at-home order

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) – San Francisco has been under a stay at home order since March 16 and while that presents its own set of frustrations for people and their families, the city is also seeing some positives.Overall emergency call volume is down according to the Department of Emergency Management and San Francisco police are responding to 50% fewer property and violent crimes. ​While San Francisco police do not have official totals for all of March yet, they pointed KRON4 to their which is updated through March 29.The website shows between March 16, our first day of stay at home...

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Noelle Bellow
April 2, 2020
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Bay Area restaurants take hit with third-party delivery apps

Bay Area restaurants take hit with third-party delivery apps

Update Monday, April 12: DoorDash tells KRON4 that roderick Roadhouse will now benefit from their restaurant relief program.WALNUT CREEK, Calif. (KRON) — Struggling Bay Area restaurants are pushing for more delivery and curbside pickup to help their businesses throughout the pandemic.But some restaurants say delivery companies like DoorDash and Uber Eats are taking significant chunks of their money through commission fees.San Francisco has stepped in to help local restaurants by putting a 15% cap on commission fees charged by the delivery companies. The charges typically range from 20% –...

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Dan Thorn
April 12, 2020
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UCSF offers free COVID-19 testing to all 58 California counties

UCSF offers free COVID-19 testing to all 58 California counties

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) — UC San Francisco announced Friday it is offering free COVID-19 testing to all 58 counties in California.UCSF says it will provide free testing, indefinitely, to all California Departments of Public Health. This comes one week after UCSF began offering COVID-19 sample analysis to the Departments of Public Health in all nine Bay Area counties.This is possible after a recent expansion in UCSF’s coronavirus test processing capacity at a new UCSF diagnostic laboratory.UCSF has worked closely with the city of San Francisco and the state of California to address...

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Tristi Rodriguez
April 18, 2020
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Dog stolen outside San Francisco grocery store found after 4 months

Dog stolen outside San Francisco grocery store found after 4 months

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) — A outside a San Francisco grocery store four months ago has been found., a five-year-old miniature Australian Shepherd, was stolen on December 14, 2019 outside of the Good Life grocery store in Bernal Heights.His owner, Emilie Talermo, tells KRON4 he is at a shelter in Los Angeles and she will get him back tonight.Talermo gained attention across the Bay Area when she hired a pilot to fly a banner over the city to help find him.She also offered a reward of more than $7,000 for the dog’s safe return.Check back for updatesLatest Stories:× Close Ad

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KRON4 Staff
April 20, 2020
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Milpitas becomes 1st in Santa Clara County to require face coverings

Milpitas becomes 1st in Santa Clara County to require face coverings

MILPITAS, Calif. (KRON) – While several Bay Area counties are now in public during the that does not include Santa Clara or Solano counties at this time.On Thursday, the City of Milpitas in Santa Clara County announced officials have unanimously passed an ordinance requiring the use of face coverings at essential businesses in the city.To clarify, face coverings will be required in Milpitas, but remainThe ordinance goes into effect at 8 a.m. on Friday, April 24.Face coverings will be required for employees and customers at essential businesses including grocery stores, pharmacies, and...

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Alexa Mae Asperin
April 23, 2020
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Bay Area health care workers fighting COVID-19 to receive major cut in pay

Bay Area health care workers fighting COVID-19 to receive major cut in pay

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) — Some Bay Area health care workers on the front line dealing with COVID-19 patients just received noticed that they are about receive a major cut in pay.KRON4’s Haaziq Madyun spoke to one hospital employee who says she can’t believe this is happening.“We as workers risk our lives on a daily basis,” Stanford health care employee Linda Cornell said. “And this is how they repay us?”This week, Stanford Health Care sent an email to its employees informing them that they are about to experience a major reduction in pay.The email reads in part: “Due to the economic...

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Haaziq Madyun
April 24, 2020
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Severed head found in refrigerator of SF apartment during missing persons investigation

Severed head found in refrigerator of SF apartment during missing persons investigation

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) — Officers with the San Francisco Police Department found a severed head in the refrigerator of a home on the Great Highway, KRON4 News has learned.The in an apartment in the 1600 block of the Great Highway.The rest of the body was badly decomposed, KRON4 learned.The officers were at the apartment investigating a missing persons case, according to a private investigator hired by the missing person’s family. The body has not been identified.The missing person is 41-year-old Catano Perez, who lived in the apartment.His family last had contact with him back on...

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Maureen Kelly
April 27, 2020
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Mattel honors ‘everyday heroes’ of coronavirus pandemic with new collectibles

Mattel honors ‘everyday heroes’ of coronavirus pandemic with new collectibles

(NEXSTAR) – Mattel has announced a special line of collectibles to honor the people risking their own safety to help others during the COVID-19 pandemic.The California-based toy manufacturer says all net proceeds from the #ThankYouHeroes line of action figures and Little People Community Champions will go to , an initiative to benefit first responder healthcare workers.The line is designed to honor “the individuals leading the fight against COVID-19 as well as the everyday heroes who are working to keep communities up and running.”Fisher-Price is the first of several Mattel brands to roll...

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April 29, 2020
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Alcohol, pot delivered to homeless isolating in San Francisco hotel rooms

Alcohol, pot delivered to homeless isolating in San Francisco hotel rooms

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. () — Alcohol, cannabis and tobacco are being delivered to some homeless isolating or quarantining in San Francisco hotel rooms.The city’s health department defends the program as a way to keep COVID-19 positive addicts indoors.KRON4’s Maureen Kelly talked to a formerly homeless addict turned advocate who is concerned the city is blurring the line between harm reduction and enabling.“He said they were bringing him alcohol and weed,” Thomas Wolf says.Wolf says he heard about the city’s practice of delivering booze, cannabis, and cigarettes to those in quarantine or...

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Maureen Kelly
May 7, 2020
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National Weather Service warns of falling iguanas in Florida

National Weather Service warns of falling iguanas in Florida

(CNN) – As the coldest air of the season spreads across the Eastern US, even some southern states are feeling the chill.From Louisiana to the Carolinas, even down through Florida, temperatures are averaging 10 to 15 degrees below normal.Freeze warnings and hard freeze warnings are in effect across Florida and Georgia through Wednesday morning.Tuesday afternoon, the National Weather Service in Miami issued a rare forecast regarding cold temperatures but it was for iguanas. Yes, you read that correctly.I – guan – as“Don’t be surprised if you see iguanas falling from the trees tonight,”...

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January 21, 2020
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