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“We want justice,” Ashraf Farah Suliman of the Muslim Student Association said. “We need to get together to show that we are united, we have to take action to show that we want change.”
The San Francisco Police Department and the city’s Public Defender Jeff Adachi have been lampooning each other in the media lately, and it seems like the cops feel they are the true victims in this tale of corruption.
Your headline suggests that you have swallowed the lemonade.
After a lengthy hearing on Feb. 23 the San Francisco Police Commission voted 6-1 in favor of interim Chief of Police Jeff Godown’s proposal to explore the use of all less lethal weapons, including the controversial Conductive Energy Device, also known as a stun gun.
At City College unattended valuables like laptops and cameras are a favorite for thieves looking for a quick score.
A 2000 Toyota 4Runner crashed into a light post at the intersection of Granada and Ocean Avenues late in the afternoon Aug. 21. Impact from the head-on wreck sent the decorative lower light post cover into the window of Health Feet Spa.
Supporters of same-sex marriage gathered in force early Tuesday morning at St. Frances Lutheran Church and marched chanting and singing to hear the state Supreme Court's decision on the fate of Proposition 8.
By Alex Weinschenker STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER The San Francisco Police Department has no plans to add Segways, the electric two-wheeled substitute to walking, to their arsenal of patrol vehicles. “Because of the budget crisis, ...