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San Bruno casino facing $8 million penalty over alleged money laundering on premises

The federal Financial Crimes Enforcement Network has hit Artichoke Joe’s Casino in San Bruno with an $8 million penalty for allegedly violating a number of anti-money-laundering laws over the past eight years. From October 2009 until...Show More Summary

SF Couple Accused Of Pepper-Spraying Apartment-Dweller To Steal Their Cat

Given the vast number of cats available for adoption in San Francisco, who on earth would you 1) go all the way to San Bruno then 2) pepper-spray someone to steal a cat? [ more › ]

BART-Scoop Partnership Expands to Peninsula Stations

Starting September 12, commuters can get guaranteed parking until 10 a.m. at the Millbrae and San Bruno Bay Area Rapid Transit stations when they carpool to the station with Scoop, a rideshare matching app.

Bay Area gets a touch of scattered rain from fading tropical storm

Fresh off a weekend heat bender, Bay Area residents found some respite Monday beneath overcast skies and light, scattered showers. The passing rain, which fell around the region cities like San Bruno, Sunnyvale, Sausalito, Point Richmond...Show More Summary

Driver arrested in death of 37-year-old jogger in SF

A 21-year-old San Bruno man was arrested on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter in connection with the death of a 37-year-old jogger he hit while driving near Candlestick Point in San Francisco last week, police said Wednesday. The woman,...Show More Summary

Deadly Girlfriends: Sheyanna Lisa Ray strangled her boyfriend, David Lowell White, and then cut up his body and tried to burn it; Sentencing will be August 14

David L. White obituary Dismembered body discovered in San Bruno Woman allegedly killed and cut up neighbor in Oregon, arrested in Redding Klamath Falls murder investigation continues Woman accused of murdering Oregon man waives extradition Klamath Falls woman pleads guilty to homicide, burning the body Klamath Falls woman pleads guilty to killing, cutting up boyfriend […]

Two Words: Walmart Interns – Here’s Team 2017 in Frisco

TweetLet’s say they’re Quality Engineering Interns from SAN BRUNO, CA: Man, Walmart’s coming to Frisco, man. Sooner or later. Amazon’s here, right? Target didn’t used to be here, but now it is, right? And Lowe’s? Anyway, I’m used to seeing Gap Nana Navy interns ‘n stuff, but I never thought I’d see Walmart interns in […]

Power Pros, a podcast staffed by former Nintendo Power writers, hits 100 episodes

San Bruno, CA, July 13, 2017 — The makers of Power Pros podcast are pleased to announce that the 100th episode of their Nintendo-centric audio publication is now available to download for video game fans all over the world. LaunchedShow More Summary

Handful of Bay Area cities buck the trend of banning all fireworks

A thick layer of fog was draped over San Bruno on Friday, but the fireworks stands set up in the parking lot of the Shops at Tanforan mall boasted boxes with neon text screaming “Dazzle the crowd!” “Backyard Barrage!” “Peacock tail!”...Show More Summary

Truck crashes into San Bruno senior center; no injuries

An intoxicated dump-truck driver accelerated through the wall of a San Bruno senior center Monday afternoon with a dog in the passenger seat, narrowly missing dozens of people playing bingo inside, police said. Alameda resident Joseph...Show More Summary

4 killed, including gunman, in shooting at UPS facility in San Francisco

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SFPD says that four people have been killed, including the gunman, after a shooting at a UPS facility in the area of 17th Street and San Bruno in San Francisco. Two people were also injured.

Active Shooter Reported At UPS Center On Potrero Hill, At Least Two Injured

The scope of the incident remains unclear, but a massive law enforcement presence has gathered around the UPS customer service center at 17th and San Bruno. [ more › ]

San Mateo County prosecutors say 1989 cold case murder is 'closed' after jury acquits main suspect

The case of a San Mateo County woman who was sexually assaulted and then killed on San Bruno Mountain more than 25 years ago is now considered “closed” after jurors acquitted a Bay Area man accused of the slaying, prosecutors said Tuesday. Gabriel Rey O'Neill, 45, was arrested in 2014 in connection...

Space-heater dispute probed in San Bruno dismemberment slaying

The grisly murder and dismemberment of a San Bruno man, allegedly by his neighbor, stemmed from a dispute over the price of a used space heater, officials said. The victim was identified by prosecutors as Benjamin Roybal, who was inShow More Summary

Dismembered Body Found In San Bruno Man's Backyard May Belong To 70-Year-Old Neighbor

A gruesome homicide case broke Friday after San Bruno police discovered the dismembered corpse of an unidentified person strewn about the backyard of a 50-year-old felon. [ more › ]

Search for missing person leads to dismembered body in San Bruno

Police in San Bruno found a dismembered human body at a home near Skyline College Thursday morning while in search of a missing person, officials said. Police have not yet determined whether the remains found are those of the missing person. Officers responded to the home on the 3000 block of Pacific Heights Boulevard shortly before 11 a.m. Show More Summary

Former Bay Area firefighter accused of stealing $25,000 from toy drive for poor families

A former San Bruno firefighter was arrested this week on suspicion of stealing more than $25,000 from the firefighter’s union annual toy drive for low income families, police said. Holly Kaye Nelson was taken into custody Monday on a warrant for two felony counts of grand theft, according to Lt....

Pedestrian struck, killed in San Bruno

A pedestrian was struck and killed Saturday evening in San Bruno, police said. The identity of the victim was not immediately available pending notification of family. According to a preliminary investigation, the pedestrian was crossing outside the crosswalk, police said.

PG&E says it will not appeal its criminal convictions

Pacific Gas and Electric Co. says it will not appeal its felony convictions for violating safety laws and obstructing a federal investigation of the deadly San Bruno gas pipeline explosion, a step that the utility calls part of its renewed...Show More Summary

Photos: The Regional Pole Dancing Championships Were Actually Kind Of Artistic

Check out the highly polished routines of the 2017 Golden Gate Pole Championships, held Saturday in San Bruno. [ more › ]

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