Part two in a series where Dr. Rabab Ibrahim Abdulhadi examines a federal complaint filed against her, the California State University Board of Trustees, and the San Francisco State University by the Lawfare Project, a self-described “legal arm for the pro-Israel community” whose executive director affirmed that its objective is to “make the enemy pay."
The NFL season is inching closer. Through July, Shutdown Corner will examine three big questions for each NFL team as it heads to training camp. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS Report date: July 27 for rookies and veterans Where: Santa Clara, California 1. Show More Summary
Giovanny Alvarez, who was stabbed multiple times and pronounced dead at the scene, was identified by the city medical examiner’s office. San Francisco Supervisor Hillary Ronen, whose District 9 encompasses Bernal Heights Park, said Thursday that she and police officials will hold a community meeting at 6 p.m. Show More Summary
ACS Reactions visited San Francisco’s Aquarium of the Bay to examine the traditional wisdom positing that human urine counteracts the pain of a jelly fish sting. In doing so, they took a true scientific look the process, determined it...Show More Summary
San Francisco Examiner reports, “The plan to charge for cars to enter Lombard Street’s crooked portion just took a new twist. On Tuesday [May 9], Board of Supervisors President London Breed stalled a vote at the San Francisco County Transportation Authority that would have approved partial funding to study the plan’s implementation. Show More Summary
Man killed by SF police at Subway sandwich shop is identified A man who was fatally shot by San Francisco police at a Subway sandwich shop on busy Market Street was identified Thursday by the city medical examiner’s office as a 26-year-old...Show More Summary
VIDEO: EL PASO,TX-FBI ASSAULT CRIME=PHOTOGRAPHY. As found by an Insta-reader: Related: Glenn in the San Francisco Examiner: Citizens have the right to record police.
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency said its oversight of the San Francisco bank was lax, and examiners missed numerous opportunities to address the wrongdoing prior to a $185-million settlement with Wells Fargo in 2016, according...Show More Summary
San Francisco Examiner: SF Exploring ‘Legal Action’ Against State for Hidden Lyft, Uber Traffic Data San Francisco officials are so fed up over traffic potentially caused by Uber and Lyft, they’re considering suing the state to helpShow More Summary
San Francisco Examiner and Washington-based traffic data firm ran the numbers Requests for permits for traffic slowdowns around San Francisco construction projects have doubled in the last 10 years, and buildings in progress diminish...Show More Summary
A innocent bystander killed in a shooting in San Francisco’s Ocean View district that left two men wounded was identified as a 65-year-old woman who lived in the neighborhood, the city’s medical examiner’s office confirmed Thursday. Lian...Show More Summary
The situation surrounding Kirk Cousins and the Washington Redskins has easily been the most polarizing of the off-season. Cousins has spent the last two seasons convincing the league that he is a franchise quarterback. Just about everyone believes that except for the Redskins, who will not agree to terms with him on a long-term deal. Show More Summary
During media night, San Francisco Examiner columnist Art Spander accidentally took the backpack of Atlanta Falcons OC Kyle Shanahan that contained his game-plan and promptly walked away. He had no clue what chaos he had just caused. “You know how you land at the luggage area and they say, ‘If any bags look the same?’ That’s what happened,” Spander […]
David M. Cole, a Bay Area newspaper industry consultant who had a major role in the development of electronic journalism, died Jan. 17 of cancer. In 1981, when he was systems editor of San Francisco Examiner in charge of newsroom technology, Mr. Show More Summary
TweetGet the update here from Joe Fitz Rodriguez of the San Francisco Examiner. And that leads us to this: Official FRISCO Day is May 5th this year. Your ‘rents called it Frisco (see below) and your kids are openly doing so as well. What I’m saying is that Charlie is inside the perimeter, the battle is […]
On Jan 11, a new Trulia study examined the shadowy aspect of real estate sometimes called a “sale-fail,” when for-sale homes that fail to sell initially are placed placed back on the market later. Trulia’s main focus: those listings that return again to market after being listed as “pending” or “active contingent.” The study pulls national data from
If media reports and City Hall scuttlebutt are true, some San Francisco progressives are considering collecting signatures for a November 2017 special election. As stated in the SF Examiner, the election would force newly appointed D8 Supervisor Jeff Sheehy to Read More » The post Say No to a 2017 SF Special Election appeared first on Beyond Chron.
Topic: Libraries But a spokesperson for the ACLU Northern California said in a statement to the San Francisco Examiner on Monday that the organization continues to oppose the technology and urged The City to reject the effort. “RFID has profound implications for civil liberties in San Francisco, including for immigrants’ rights. Show More Summary
(DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) A paper released Dec.15 during the American Geophysical Union fall meeting in San Francisco points to new evidence of human influence on extreme weather events. After examining observational...Show More Summary
Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez, reporting for the San Francisco Examiner: The cab pulls up to a red light on Third Street in South of Market, by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. A pack of cars flies through a yellow light, and one even...Show More Summary