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News, The Snitch Police Protest Planned Tonight in SF?

Police Protest Planned Tonight in SF?

Following Thursday night’s highway shutdown in Oakland during a police protest and the shootout that killed 5 police officers in Dallas at a Black Lives Matter march, a rally and march is planned tonight in San Francisco in reaction…
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News, The Snitch Hey, Registered Independents: Here's How To Vote for Bernie (Or Hillary or Trump)

Hey, Registered Independents: Here's How To Vote for Bernie (Or Hillary or Trump)

If you're like most San Francisco residents, you're already registered to vote in the California primary election, to be held in just over two weeks' time on June 7. Good for you, as today's the last day to register,…
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News, The Snitch S.F. Welcomed Super Bowl on Handshake Deal; No Contract, No Public Review

S.F. Welcomed Super Bowl on Handshake Deal; No Contract, No Public Review

Much has been made of how San Francisco agreed to host the Super Bowl 50 festivities without billing the National Football League or the Super Bowl Host Committee for the $5.3 million in city services required to handle the lengthy…
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News, The Snitch More Super Bowl Disruptions: A No Fly Zone and Fighter Jets

More Super Bowl Disruptions: A No Fly Zone and Fighter Jets

In addition to causing gridlock on San Francisco streets, Super Bowl 50 will also wreak havoc in the sky. As KPIX reports, the Federal Aviation Administration will enforce a ban on “general aviation operations” within a 10-nautical mile radius…
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News, The Snitch Why San Francisco Has Had a Major Sinkhole Every Year Since 2011

Why San Francisco Has Had a Major Sinkhole Every Year Since 2011

You didn’t think 2015 would end without our annual San Francisco sinkhole, did you? We were seriously in danger of missing the deadline this time, but a 10-foot cavern (with a modest 2 by 4 surface opening) appeared beneath…
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News, The Snitch All Six Mayoral Candidates (including Ed Lee) Will Debate Tomorrow

All Six Mayoral Candidates (including Ed Lee) Will Debate Tomorrow

Although this year’s mayoral election feels anticlimactic — face it, Ed Lee is piloting his $1.4 million (at last count) money machine toward certain victory — the democratic process must go on. And tomorrow evening, something like democracy will…
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News, The Snitch A Heatwave is Coming This Weekend and You Can't Do a Damn Thing About It

A Heatwave is Coming This Weekend and You Can't Do a Damn Thing About It

Just when you thought…
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News, The Snitch Urban Shield's "Top Seller" is a T-Shirt Riffing on #BlackLivesMatter

Urban Shield's "Top Seller" is a T-Shirt Riffing on #BlackLivesMatter

After years of protest over the annual Urban Shield conference at the Oakland Marriott, this year's event has been moved to the Alameda County fairgrounds in Pleasanton. Urban Shield is a trade show and training exercise for law enforcement…
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News, The Snitch Embarcadero BART Station Closed Due to Medical Emergency

Embarcadero BART Station Closed Due to Medical Emergency

It’s shaping up to be a tough day for BART. This morning, trains were delayed in the East Bay as police at the Lake Merritt station tried to apprehend a robbery suspect who had fled into a tunnel. And…
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News, The Snitch Here Are All the Streets the SF Marathon Is Going to Eff Up on Sunday

Here Are All the Streets the SF Marathon Is Going to Eff Up on Sunday

On Sunday, thousands of San Franciscans will have to make a kind of Sophie’s Choice: throw in a ball gag and head to Dore Alley, or slip on a soft cotton headband and run in the San Francisco Marathon. No…
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News, The Snitch Muni's Nightly 10 p.m. Shutdown Begins in 10 Days

Muni's Nightly 10 p.m. Shutdown Begins in 10 Days

Beginning July 31, Muni’s subway system between West Portal and the Embarcadero will shut down every night at 10 p.m. so the city can replace outdated radio systems and blue light emergency phones. The $95 million upgrade is slated…
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News, The Snitch On the One Year Anniversary of Eric Garner's Death, Oakland Wants to Remind You There's Still No Justice

On the One Year Anniversary of Eric Garner's Death, Oakland Wants to Remind You There's Still No Justice

On Monday, Eric Garner's family accepted a $5.9 million settlement from the city of New York. Garner died one year ago after being put in a chokehold by NYPD officer  Daniel Pantaleo — an officer with a history of…
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News, The Snitch Where San Francisco's Mountain Lion Has Been Spotted

Where San Francisco's Mountain Lion Has Been Spotted

For the first time in many years, a mountain lion is roaming San Francisco. A joint press release from the Presidio Trust, the National Park Service, and San Francisco Animal Care and Control announced yesterday that four wildcat sightings…
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News, The Snitch Bay Area Vigils Planned for Victims of Charleston Church Shooting

Bay Area Vigils Planned for Victims of Charleston Church Shooting

Bay Area residents are planning to gather and mourn the nine victims of an apparent white supremacist terrorist attack at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina.  In San Francisco, a candlelight vigil is planned for 8:00 p.m.…
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News, The Snitch Local Pervert Spotted Doing "Indecent" Things Outside Woman's Home

Local Pervert Spotted Doing "Indecent" Things Outside Woman's Home

San Francisco police are looking for a man who was lurking around a woman's house near John McLaren Park the other morning.  According to police reports, the woman was inside her house on the unit block of Mansfield when she…
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News, The Snitch It's Official: The Lexington Club to Close April 30

It's Official: The Lexington Club to Close April 30

That gives you a little extra time to process the horrible news about the Lexington Club closing down — over a few cans of PBR, of course. Yes, the city's most beloved lesbian bar is closing down and yes,…
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News, The Snitch Photos: Demolition of Candlestick Park Begins

Photos: Demolition of Candlestick Park Begins

More than 56 years after construction broke ground at Candlestick Park, workers this week began tearing away to make way for a mall. Demolition launched Monday and in the next couple weeks, more equipment will arrive to continue work…
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News, The Snitch Body Pulled From Lake Merced Last Month Is Identified as a Female

Body Pulled From Lake Merced Last Month Is Identified as a Female

San Francisco authorities have not yet identified the body pulled from the waters at Lake Merced last month. They did however, confirm today that it was a woman's body.  According to Bay City News, the body pulled from the waters…
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News, The Snitch SF Cops To Go After Drunks Tonight

SF Cops To Go After Drunks Tonight

It's almost Friday night, and you know what that means: You can finally get wasted.  But you can't drive.  San Francisco police are planning a DUI checkpoint later this evening at an undisclosed location in the city. From 7 p.m. to…
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News, The Snitch Watch Out Swimmers: Insanely Powerful Waves to Hit the Bay Area This Weekend

Watch Out Swimmers: Insanely Powerful Waves to Hit the Bay Area This Weekend

Even the best of swimmers need to be mindful of Mother Nature this weekend, as she's planning to sweep the area with fast, strong, and high waves along the coast.  She'll manipulate you, drawing you to the beach with the…
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