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Assistant Metro Editor — SFGate

San Francisco Chronicle Deputy Metro Editor, now focusing on the environment, water, education, health, S.F. law enforcement and general assignment.

San Francisco police looking for girl 2, after mother found slain

sfgate.com — San Francisco police are looking for a 2-year-old girl whose mother was found slain, officials said late Saturday. At a news conference just before 10 p.m. outside police headquarters, officials identified the homicide victim as Nicole Fitts. Demian Bulwa is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer.

Whatever happened to Washington's Birthday? / Lafayette lawyer gamely tries to show 'Presidents Day' is the wrong designation

sfgate.com — Whether today should be called Washington's Birthday or Presidents Day is a question that will not distract most Americans from patriotic golf rounds and shopping excursions. "The poor oak tree's leaves are withering," Bezis, 31, said as he pored over his evidence, gathered over hundreds of hours in the past eight years, showing that the third Monday in February is clouded by mistakes and myth.

San Francisco city attorney: Police lawfully killed Mario Woods

sfgate.com — The San Francisco police officers who shot and killed Mario Woods acted lawfully to protect themselves and bystanders from a man who was armed with a knife, refused to obey commands and tried to flee while under the influence of methamphetamine and other drugs, the city attorney's office said.

Mavericks: Women riding the monsters

sfgate.com — MAVERICKS Big-wave riding is not for the timid, and some female surfers think it's time to join the men in the coast's elite competition [...] at age 23, she's a regular, and part of a small group of female surfers challenging the notion that big-wave riding is the exclusive domain of danger-craving men.

BART admits 77 percent of train cameras are fake or don’t work

sfgate.com — Fewer than a quarter of what appear to be surveillance cameras inside BART train cars are real and functional, transit agency officials said Tuesday. BART detailed exactly how many of its train cameras actually record footage in response to a public records request that The Chronicle filed after revealing the agency had been relying for years on scores of decoy cameras to fool criminals and commuters.

BART admits 77 percent of train cameras are fake or don’t work

sfgate.com — Less than a quarter of what appear to be surveillance cameras inside BART train cars are real and functional, transit agency officials said Tuesday. BART detailed exactly how many of its train cameras actually capture footage in response to a public records request that The Chronicle filed after revealing the agency had for years been relying on scores of decoy cameras to fool criminals and commuters.

BART killing exposes security gap - many train cameras are decoys

sfgate.com — BART police investigating the weekend killing of a passenger on a train in Oakland have no onboard video of the crime, even though the transit agency had what appear to be surveillance cameras just feet from where the suspect shot the victim at close range, The Chronicle has learned.

Who gets killed, and why, in California

sfgate.com — While homicides went up nearly 10 percent in the Bay Area in 2015, as The Chronicle's Vivian Ho reported, many of the details behind the bloodshed remain unclear. [...] a report last year by the California Department of Justice, which took a look at homicides in 2014, offered a look at the nature of killings in the state.

Bay Area athlete, 15, charged with felony over broken nose

sfgate.com — A 15-year-old Lafayette boy is facing felony assault and battery charges for allegedly striking an opponent and breaking his nose during a high school water polo game, an almost unprecedented case of bringing sports violence into the courts.

Arrest in 1983 rape and slaying of S.F. teen found buried at beach

sfgate.com — Thirty-two years after the body of a teenage girl from San Francisco was found half-buried in the sand at Pescadero State Beach in San Mateo County, authorities on Wednesday announced the arrest of a longtime suspect in the cold case.
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Apr 29, 2016

RT @KVeklerov: Violence has broken out at anti-Trump rally outside #CAGOP. Pushing between some then Trump supporter hit in head https://t.pic.twitter.com/yWINQYNOxjo/yWINQYNOxj

Apr 29, 2016

RT @CKaftonKTVU: Burlingame PD marching to Hayatt Regency in anticipation of protesters at #CAGOPConvention pic.twitter.com/jYCjtoIQyF

Apr 29, 2016

RT @KVeklerov: I'm outside the @CAGOP convention in Burlingame. Protest keeps growing, swelling onto Old Bayshore Hwy. pic.twitter.com/cGidbNHfVoVo

Apr 28, 2016

Enhanced video shows deputy taking suspect’s chain, Adachi says sfgate.com/crime/article/… via @VivianHo


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