Nik Wojcik - East Bay Editor
A Twitter user Tuesday posted an image of a “Creativity Church” flyer that was found stuck to a windshield in front of an Austin, Texas Hobby Lobby. The flyer, adorned with anti-Semitic and white supremacist graphics, suggests some reading and a website for people interested in making racism a religion.
A racial and economic justice group is calling on people nationwide to hit Facebook where it hurts: right in the revenue. The “Facebook Logout” campaign urges people to log off Facebook and Instagram Wednesday to disrupt the social media giant machine that profits off ad revenue targeted at its users.
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For the second time in San Francisco history, an on-duty police officer is being prosecuted for homicide. District Attorney Chesa Boudin announced Tuesday that charges have been filed against San Francisco police Officer Kenneth Cha for a 2017 shooting that caused a man’s death three years later. A warrant was
Police are looking for help to identify a hit-and-run driver who killed a 54-year-old Oakland woman Friday night. The woman, identified as Michelle Marbley, was riding an electric scooter along the 23rd Avenue late Friday night when a vehicle struck her in the intersection at Foothill Boulevard shortly after 10
Dave Chappelle has complained about “cancel culture” disrupting the rollout of his “Untitled” documentary, but at least one venue in San Francisco has agreed to host a screening and live performance. According to a press release shared Friday, the Chase Center will screen the film and host the comedian for
It looks like kids as young as 5 years old could start getting COVID-19 vaccinations as early as next week. The Food and Drug Administration advisory committee Tuesday voted 17-0 to recommend emergency use of Pfizer-BioNTech’s vaccine for children ages 5 to 11. The decision was based on a smaller,
PG&E had restored power to all but 7,387 Bay Area customers just before noon Tuesday. That number is fairly impressive when you consider that about 140,000 customers across the region were without power at a single point Sunday afternoon. PG&E spokesman Jason King said Monday that somewhere around 646,000 Bay
Walmart is the gift that keeps on giving…reasons not to shop there. Look, squirrel! The discount retail behemoth would like you to turn your attention to their super early Black Friday sales, renewed commitment to American jobs, stock performance…anything to keep conscious consumers from pulling back the curtain on today’s