Paul Dean leaves Stockton for his construction job in Oakland at 3 a.m. to beat rush-hour traffic. He arrives around 5 a.m., then sleeps in his car before work starts at 7. He's back in the car every Sunday morning with his family as they head to Grace Tabernacle Church in their former San Francisco neighborhood. … [Read more...] about Lots of toddlers, fewer school-age kids in S.F.
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Download the full complaint (.pdf) Robinson was arrested in 2019 on the campus of San Francisco State University where he was a women’s assistant track and field coach and charged with sexually assaulting at least six minor victims ages 12 to 17 in Santa Clara County. San Jose police said the assaults happened while Robinson worked as a track coach at Los Gatos High School and Piedmont Hills High School, as well as at a San Jose club track team. … [Read more...] about Former Student Sues Los Gatos High School District, Coaches Over Alleged Sex Abuse On Campus
1:39 p.m. S.F. in “better place” with virus, but don’t let your hair down, Breed says: San Francisco, with its coronavirus infection rate at 261 cases per day, dropping hospitalizations and a transmission rate of less than one per infected person, is “at a better place than we have been for a long time,” Mayor London Breed told reporters Monday. “But we are still in the midst of this pandemic.” Even with the partial reopening that starts Thursday, she said, “We’re going to be living with this for some time, even as we see the numbers decline, even as we reopen.” She added, “This is not an open door for us to let our hair down and do whatever what we want to do. Let’s keep doing what we’ve been doing” to quell the virus transmission. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus live updates: Oakland airport debuts vending machines selling test kits