Nancy Pelosi Honored at Awards Meeting, Protesters Removed

The nation’s top Democrats will be gathering in San Francisco for the DNC summer meeting this weekend, and Democrats kicked things off with a dinner honoring House Speaker Nancy Pelosi with a lifetime achievement award. However, some protesters, who were unhappy with Pelosi for not pursuing impeachment, had to be escorted out by police. Jean Elle reports.

Video Captures Shooting on Busy Market Street in SF

A bystander captured video of gunfire on a crowded street in the middle of the day Tuesday in San Francisco that left one person suffering from life-threatening injuries. The shots rang out on Market and Sixth streets, and people are seen running for their lives. 1 Dead, 1 Hurt After Shooting in San Jose: Police One brave bystander stood her ground and captured the shooting on her cellphone. In the video shot by Jenny Shao, one initial shot is heard. Then, seconds later, a flurry of gunshots rings out as the camera pans over to a gunman firing on a crowded Market Street and running from the scene. Warning Signs Missed? Mom, 23, Dies After ‘Amazing’ Trip “I took out my camera; I knew something was going on,” Shao said. Shao was merely walking down the street when it all happened. Woman Fights Off Attacker at Condos in SF’s Embarcadero “There was somebody screaming,” she said. “I assumed it was a gun because of the popping sound. What I saw with my camera was somebody brandishing a gun.” In the video, people can be seen…

ABC Announces Rules for Next Democratic Debates

The third Democratic presidential debate will give candidates more time to answer questions, event host ABC announced Wednesday. The debate, which will be held at Houston’s Texas Southern University on Sept. 12, will give candidates one minute and 15 seconds for direct responses to questions and 45 seconds for rebuttals, the network said.  That’s up from the one-minute responses and 30-second rebuttal times in the first two debates, which were hosted by NBC and CNN respectively, NBC News reports. To qualify for the debate, candidates need to have at least four polls showing them at 2% support or greater and at least 130,00 unique donors. Photo Credit: AFP/Getty Images

SF Police Arrest Suspect in Fatal Stabbing Last Week

Police on Tuesday arrested a man in connection with a stabbing that killed a victim last Friday in San Francisco’s Polk Gulch neighborhood. According to police, officers found the victim suffering from stab wounds near the intersection of Fern Street and Van Ness Avenue at 3:41 a.m., police said. 1 Dead, 1 Hurt After Shooting in San Jose: Police The victim, later identified as 42-year-old Curtis Neal, was taken to a hospital with injuries to his torso. Neal died from his injuries shortly afterward. Following an investigation into the stabbing, officers were able to identify 38-year-old Tony Phillips as a suspect. Officers arrested and booked Phillips on suspicion of homicide, police said. Warning Signs Missed? Mom, 23, Dies After ‘Amazing’ Trip Photo Credit: SFPD

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