SFPDBarry WhiteBarry White, the man accused of brutally killing two store clerks and critically injuring the owner of a jewelry store in SOMA Friday, appeared in court yesterday afternoon where the district attorney recounted the "chilling" murder scene inside the store. White, 23, of Antioch, sto ... More >>
Coming Wednesday to Yerba Buena GardensThis really is a case of life imitating art -- so long as you're willing to permit the "art" classification to be applied to video games. It seems that a rally against North Korea has been orchestrated to take place in San Francisco Wednesday by video-game c ... More >>
Wait, I'm dropping the charges!You may recall the struggle that erupted months back after a bookstore owner crashed the house of a Yelper who'd given her store a bad review. The Yelper, Sean C., claims Diane Goodman, the owner of Ocean Avenue Books, barged into his house without invitation, at wh ... More >>
As the Bay Area's mood shifts from shock and horror over the senseless weekend murders of four Oakland police officers into a desire for the community to rise up and repudiate this sickening act, we can only measure the moments until some well-meaning soul utters the phrase "a teachable moment." Thi ... More >>
America prepares to shutter the infamous prison camp, and more jihad looms.
It's always dead at The Club.
Is high school coming-of-ager Rocket Science quirky for good or evil? The answer's ... debatable.
Struggling to find homegrown recruits, the military is persuading immigrants to enlist by dangling promises of U.S. citizenship
Too many shootings in the city have this in common: escalating anger over an old grudge soon leads to murder. But did a 2-year-old boy have to die?
In the process of taking down the city's baddest gangsters, prosecutors and cops set some very scary people free.
If you're looking to entertain your divorced and jobless friend, avoid the Tenderloin
Infiltrator cooks up a criminal past. A PAX TV show absolves him of it. Ain't it a great country?
Siberian Eskimos on the edge of the Earth and the brink of starvation saved their lives and their culture by reviving the lost tradition of whale hunting. Now they worry the gray whales are poisoned.
Federal agents smoke out an insidious Bay Area smuggling ring as part of their ceaseless efforts to keep our streets safe from illegal Cuban cigars
For more than a decade, three different mayors have let one man dole out government jobs to alleged murderers, crack dealers, and other serious felons. The question, obviously, is why.