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Fire at senior apartment building in SF’s Mission District injures 3

Three people were injured Thursday afternoon when a fire broke out on the seventh floor of an apartment building for senior citizens in the Mission District of San Francisco, officials said. The fire was reported about 1:20 p.m. at 1855...Show More Summary

Mission Viejo council sets aside $100,000 for investigation into need for district elections

MISSION VIEJO — Current and former City Council members argued Tuesday, Nov. 28 that the city doesn’t need district-based elections, saying it has a history of Latino representation on the council and that the Latino population is evenly spread throughout the city. After the discussion at the second of five required hearings on a potential […]

2 men stabbed in SF’s Mission District; 1 fighting for his life

An argument involving five men in the Mission District of San Francisco led to two of them being hospitalized with stab wounds, one of whom was in life-threatening condition, police said Tuesday. The bloodshed occurred about 6:20 p.m. Show More Summary

Private Entrance: 1936

February 1936. "Mission District firetrap. San Francisco, California." 4x5 acetate negative by Dorothea Lange for the Resettlement Administration. View full size.

Peephole Cinema in San Francisco, California

Hidden in an alley in the heart of San Francisco's Mission District lies a literal hole in the wall theater. Peeking inside the small peephole reveals a cinema that plays a constant stream of silent film vignettes. Those willing to crouch down and crane their necks to peer into the small hole will be rewarded with an endless loop of short films. Show More Summary

Eighteen: 1936

February 1936. "Mission District. San Francisco, California." Medium format negative by Dorothea Lange for the Resettlement Administration. View full size.

Lucky Street: 1936

February 1936. "Mission District, San Francisco. Rent twenty to twenty-two dollars a month for three or four rooms." Medium format acetate negative by Dorothea Lange for the Resettlement Administration. View full size.

Major Drug Bust On Argyle, Five People Still Sought On Warrants (Updated)

Good news! The 20th District announced that it has arrested and charged eight people with felonies in "Argyle Takedown," a narcotics enforcement mission. In a statement, the district said that the operation was initiated due to community...Show More Summary

The smallest, cutest home on the market asks $540K

It's only 363 square feet, but it's big on charm This tucked-away home in the Mission District is the smallest detached house on the market right now. Today this charming abode returns to the market. Featuring one bath, a fold-down/Murphy bed, and 363 square feet, the property sits behind a three-unit condo building at 444 14th Street. Show More Summary

Lyft, Uber drivers ‘out of control’ in Mission District bike lanes

San Francisco lawmaker wants ride-hailing companies to police where their drivers stray Supervisor Hillary Ronen, whose district includes the Mission, says that Lyft and Uber are driving her and her staff crazy by crowding bike lanes...Show More Summary

The Mission’s New Kitava Kitchen Hopes to Become the Go-To Place for Healthy Eating, Catering to Special Diets

Adherents of The Paleo Diet, AIP, GAPS, vegetarians and vegans and others avoiding gluten and dairy, rejoice! Kitava Kitchen has opened in a former McDonald's in San Francisco's Mission district, replacing fast food with clean food.

The Many Questions We Have About This List of America’s Coolest Neighborhoods

San Francisco can lay claim to two of the three coolest neighborhoods in the country, with the Mission District taking top honors and tiny Jackson Square nabbing the No. 3 spot. READ MORE »

What you can rent in San Francisco’s Mission District for $3,000

Not so long ago, the Mission District was one of the city’s less expensive neighborhoods for rentals. Those days are long gone. With the changing demographics, income, and industry of San Francisco, the Mission is now one of the “hottest” neighborhoods to call home. And as a result, the rents are as high as any

SF landlord will pay $1 million to residents of burned-out illegal units

A landlord has agreed to pay more than $1 million to tenants who were evicted after a fire swept through their illegal apartments in a warehouse space in the Inner Mission District in 2014, the first legal settlement related to the rash...Show More Summary

Suspect At Large After Four Shot In Mission District

The shooting occurred at the northwestern corner of Garfield Square Park. [ more › ]

Mexico City’s Street Food Vendors Regroup and Return After the Earthquake

From Condesa to downtown, these stands remain an essential part of city life Condesa is to Mexico City what the Mission District is to San Francisco: a vibrant neighborhood popping with hot restaurants, boutiques, and bars. It’s at the...Show More Summary

Golf Club Wielding Cyclist Steals Dog In Mission District

The theft went down at 14th and Harrison Streets, an intersection just steps from Office Max, the Wag dog hotel, and Best Buy. [ more › ]

Alleged SF killer had been released from jail despite request for immigration hold

One of three men accused of using a gun stolen from a San Francisco police officer to kill a man in the Mission District last month had been released from city jail earlier in the year despite a request from federal immigration agents that he be held and turned over for potential deportation, officials said Friday. U.S. Show More Summary

Orange County Latinos want desal water now

The Orange County Water District’s mission is to provide the 2.4 million people it serves with a reliable, adequate, high-quality water supply at the lowest reasonable cost in an environmentally responsible manner. Because of its dependence on climate-challenged, heavily regulated imported water, OCWD’s policy is to develop new local and drought-proof sources of water. In […]

South OC Community College District appoints new president for Saddleback College

MISSION VIEJO — Just two months after Tod Burnett left as president of Saddleback College, the South Orange County Community College District board of trustees has found his successor. Gregory Anderson, who has worked as a faculty member, director, dean and vice president in California community colleges for the past 12 years, was voted in […]

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