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GOP ready to rally: Police prep for protests, supporters at Burlingame convention
As Republicans set the stage for the party’s California convention this weekend, local officials are prepping for Burlingame to come into focus as the center of the nation’s political universe, with Donald Trump at the axis. Trump and his fellow conservative presidential hopefuls John Kasich a...
By Austin Walsh Daily Journal Staff FULL STORY
Pregnant woman shot, shooter remains at large: Pacifica police are searching for 25-year-old transient Ricardo Colindres; believed to be armed and dangerous
A pregnant woman and her unborn child appear to be in stable condition after she was shot in the head by her ex-boyfriend outside a Pacifica apartment complex where she worked Wednesday morning. Police are now searching for Ricardo Colindres, a 25-year-old transient, who is believed to be armed a...
By Samantha Weigel Daily Journal staff FULL STORY
Nonprofit formed to save rink: Belmont Iceland closes Saturday, supporters seeking to raise funds
As figure skaters and hockey players are scheduled to say goodbye to Belmont Iceland Saturday when it closes its doors after nearly 60 years of business, a group of local supporters have raised a substantial amount of money with the hopes of preserving the rink. Ice rinks have been a hot topic acr...
By Samantha Weigel Daily Journal staff FULL STORY
Appeals court orders Martin’s Beach trial: Right of public access at Half Moon Bay property at issue
A state appeals court in San Francisco Wednesday ordered a trial in San Mateo County Superior Court on whether there is right of public access to the popular Martin’s Beach near Half Moon Bay. The beach is owned by Silicon Valley entrepreneur Vinod Khosla and managed by two companies he created. ...
By Julia Cheever Bay City News Service FULL STORY
Twins charged with fraud: Therapists allegedly overbilled state victims’ services account
Twin sisters appeared in San Mateo County Superior Court Wednesday to face felony charges that they defrauded the state’s victim compensation fund by overbilling for therapy sessions they never gave to the victims of crimes. Lorie and Marlie Palmer, 39-year-old bilingual therapists who have a pr...
By Samantha Weigel Daily Journal staff FULL STORY
Man arrested for South City fatal shooting: 19-year-old spotted walking down Stockton street with gun in possession
A 19-year-old man sought in connection with a fatal shooting in South San Francisco on Monday was arrested early Wednesday morning in Stockton, according to police. Cristian Omar Cruz was arrested at about 2:45 a.m. in the Seaport neighborhood of Stockton, where he was located with the help of U.S....
By Dan McMenamin Bay City News Service FULL STORY
Ex-San Francisco police officer charged with obstructing rape probe
A former San Francisco police lieutenant incriminated in a racist texting scandal was charged Wednesday with obstructing the rape investigation of a subordinate officer. The San Francisco district attorney’s office charged Curtis Liu with a felony count of lying to investigators and two misd...
The Associated Press FULL STORY
Driver killed in Highway 1 crash identified as man involved in S.F. politics
A man who died early Tuesday morning when he crashed into a rock embankment along state Highway 1 near Pacifica was identified by the San Mateo County Coroner’s Office as a 24-year-old Oakland resident who was involved in San Francisco politics. Sergio Klor De Alva was driving north on Highway 1 ...
Man accused of fleeing after killing pedestrian in San Carlos pleads not guilty
A man accused of fleeing after killing a man walking with his wife in San Carlos when he swerved his truck into the couple on Saturday night pleaded not guilty to felony charges on Tuesday, prosecutors said. Randall Rubingh, 51, pleaded not guilty to charges including vehicular manslaughter while i...
East Bay water district will stop fining water guzzlers
OAKLAND — A San Francisco Bay Area water agency is removing drought fines for those who exceeded the district’s conservation quotas. Supply shortages in the East Bay Municipal Utility District, as in much of the state, have eased with the wet winter and stepped-up conservation efforts. The age...
The Associated Press FULL STORY
San Mateo County police reports
Operating Thetan A man saw Scientologists dressed as police officers in a hallway on 37th Avenue in San Mateo before 8:01 a.m. Sunday, April 10. South San Francisco Disturbance. A loud mariachi band was heard on Miller Avenue before 9:39 p.m. Wednesday, April 20. Suspicious circumstances. A res...

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