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Second chances? How about 11? SF judge takes property crime leniency to new level

Everybody deserves a second chance. Third chances? Sometimes. But one San Francisco Superior Court judge apparently believes in ninth chances. He indicated that this month he’ll release from jail one ... read more

37 percent of people completely lost

A hilariously large percent of terrified right-wingers are convinced Obama is soon going to take away all their guns ... It’s time for a new Republican Party that talks like adults.” Of course he’s ri... read more

2 New Court Decisions Are Quietly Eliminating Californians’ Second Amendment Rights

Just as the First Amendment was the uniform law of the land across the nation, the theory went, the Second Amendment would be as well. But, alas, that was not political reality. California judges, esp... read more

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BASKETBALL: Chatham Glenwood sophomore guard Peyton Allen, who has received interest from Illinois, has a scholarship offer from Oklahoma State. Allen attended Oklahoma State midnight madness. Allen a... read more


Why Poison Is a Growing Threat to Africa’s Wildlife

“We want to give them a second chance,” says Francis Gakuya ... contaminated livestock carcass—the extended “crime scene” that’s common in wildlife poisonings. Unfortunately the vet didn’t take sample... read more

NFL blows chance to fully understand football air pressure

Which may have prompted the league to restore New England’s draft-pick penalty and rescind its fine. Which could be the main reason why the NFL opted not to learn everything there was to learn about P... read more

Celebrating Life Outdoors: the annual Shoreline Festival at Point Pinole Regional Park

For 14 years, Bay Area residents have celebrated the Shoreline Festival at Point Pinole Regional Park. This year, attendees enjoyed nature walks, birdwatching and local art. The festival is organized ... read more

Police, widow blast New York decision to parole 3-time cop killer

A second chance for Bell isn’t a notion that sits well with many lawmakers in the state, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio among them. He said in a letter to the parole board’s chairwoman, “Murdering a po... read more

A siege. A bomb. 48 dogs. And the black commune that would not surrender

In an attempt to evict them from the property, hundreds of officers had just ... Move is still a living entity. “We exposed the crimes of government officials on every level,” Janine Africa wrote to m... read more

How could Proposition B bond money be spent?

Jones expressed concern revolving around future board members who could potentially decide to allocate bond money to new projects. “Proposition B does provide some leniency ... school and elementary s... read more

Crime Victims Group Seeks Rollback Of California Sentencing Reforms

SACRAMENTO (CBS SF ... least likely to commit new crimes if they are released, said Stanford Three Strikes Project Director Michael Romano. Violent crime in California increased about 4 percent from 2... read more

Look for tree frogs in the Pine Barrens on June 16

Join The New Jersey Conservation Foundation at the Franklin Parker Preserve in Chatsworth, N.J., from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. June 16, to look and listen for the tree frogs. Russell Juelg, land steward and ... read more



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