Update: This investigation is active and we have 5 shooting victim's. Prelimary information is all victim's suffered non- life threatening injuries. Firearms have been recovered and @sfpdinvestigate Night Investigations Unit (NIU) has assumed the lead role in the investigation. https://t.co/8jO9q2gjjE … [Read more...] about 5 Wounded In Saturday Night San Francisco Tenderloin Shooting
The first approval of a rapid test came in September when the FDA granted emergency use authorization for a palm-sized, disposable PCR test developed by Visby Medical in San Jose. That test, which can return results in less than 30 minutes, must still be administered by authorized laboratories, but Visby officials expect it to soon be made available for home use. … [Read more...] about Rapid home coronavirus testing kits are finally coming to the Bay Area. Why did it take so long?
Dubal, the law professor, said that Uber and Lyft were seeking to bolster public trust in their services by lobbying for vaccine priority, and hence benefit their bottom line. Demand for ride-hailing has recovered somewhat after the pandemic’s rapid spread crushed demand for rides and forced Uber and Lyft to lay off hundreds of corporate workers and left thousands of drivers out of work. … [Read more...] about The gig economy wants its coronavirus shots
“We are confident the powered scooter-share program has consistently provided the necessary added benefits to the transportation network in San Francisco, especially as residents look to safe, open-air options,” said Karla Owunwanne, Lime’s director of government relations during public comment Thursday. “We understand that despite the success of programs this past year, there is room for improvement, specifically when it comes to safety and parking concerns.” … [Read more...] about S.F. to add 500 more scooters while seeking changes to permit program
“Having that finished — all the trees up and some kind of design that creatively brings it all together — would really help commemorate this outpouring of support that we’ve gotten from all over the place,” Osaki said. “That’s something we want to always remember. That will be part of the story of the Japanese Cultural and Community Center.” … [Read more...] about Vandalized cherry blossom trees in S.F. Japantown receive $30,000 in crowdfunding