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The suit (PDF) filed by the San Francisco Chinese Christian Union in April had claimed the open-air urinal does not comply with plumbing codes, is inaccessible to people with disabilities, discriminates against women because it is exclusively for males; is a public nuisance; violates the city’s indecency law; violates public health policy because it has no running water for washing hands; and violates the right to privacy of those who had to use the facilities and those who happened to observe the users. … [Read more...] about Judge tosses suit claiming San Francisco’s open-air pissoir violates privacy rights
A kayaker paddles with great white sharks off Northern California beach Giancarlo Thomae/Sanctuary Cruises. Dolores Park packed during the 26th annual Dyke March San Francisco Chronicle Pawnee Fire forces hundreds to evacuate in Lake County Scott Strazzante & Lizzie Johnson / San Francisco Chronicle Time lapse video of Pawnee Fire Scott Strazzante, San Francisco Chronicle Scenes from the 2018 San Francisco Pride Parade Katie Wood/SFGATE Pride 2018 San Francisco Chronicle Fire burns in Lake County Scott Strazzante, San Francisco Chronicle Wildfire along Pueblo Trail Scott Strazzante, San Francisco Chronicle Lake County's Pawnee wildfire Lizzie Johnson, San Francisco Chronicle Pawnee wildfire Lizzie Johnson, San Francisco Chronicle … [Read more...] about Those Chinese-language robocalls are a scam to get your bank information, officials say
In 2006, forensic experts created a DNA profile based on evidence that had been collected during the initial investigation, but it did not lead them to Hartman - or anyone else. Prosecutors said the DNA did not match that of anyone in the police databases. It wasn't until this year, they said, that Tacoma police cold-case detectives, working with a genetic genealogist, were able to match that DNA profile to one of Hartman's family members and then use genealogy websites to help trace it to him. … [Read more...] about A 12-year-old’s murder went unsolved for decades. Police just used a napkin to find a suspect.
A federal judge in San Diego on Tuesday barred the separation of migrant children from their parents and ordered immigration officials to reunify within 30 days families that have been divided as a result of a zero-tolerance policy enforced by the Trump administration until last week. … [Read more...] about Federal judge enjoins separation of migrant children, orders family reunification