The long-running case of the youngest person ever charged as an adult in San Mateo County might come to a conclusion today after several twists that include a jail escape and alleged witness intimidation.
Josue Orozco was 14 years old in 2005 when he allegedly shot 21-year-old rival gang member Francisco Rodriguez in the back of the head.
A slippery suspect ran away from police while he was being booked into jail on Seventh Street in the South of Market neighborhood, running from the officers while still in handcuffs before being caught minutes later.
The agreement to bring the America’s Cup regatta to San Francisco was modified in ways that could result in more costs to The City than previously anticipated, according to a budget analyst’s report released Thursday night. The report calls into question the validity of the agreement, one of Mayor Gavin Newsom’s final acts before leaving office.
You might think Josh Radnor’s commitment to the hit CBS sitcom “How I Met Your Mother” — in which he’s the “I,” always on the lookout for “Your Mother” — would make a side project as ambitious as “Happythankyoumoreplease” all but inconceivable.
Yet according to Radnor, “Happy,” the indie romance he wrote and directed, which opens today after winning standing ovations at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, would never have been possible without his high-profile day job.
She’s flying in from Portland rehearsals with Dave Frischberg and he’s coming off a recording session, but when longtime couple Jessica Molaskey and John Pizzarelli return home from their two concerts at the Fairmont’s Venetian Room this weekend, they will enjoy a rare treat.
The average U.S. citizen currently has one-third of their wages made up government payouts, an all time record. This comes at a time of record government debt totaling $1.5 trillion for fiscal year 2011 and projected to grow to $7 trillion over the next ten years. So right when people are most aware of the need to cut government spending to avoid a financial meltdown, is the time that people are most dependent on the government for their day to day living.
Who is the most popular public figure among bloggers on the right side of the Blogosphere? Sen. Marco Rubio, R-FL, Rep. Paul Ryan, R-WI, and Gov. Scott Walker, R-WI, scored second, third and fourth most popular, respectively.
But you may be amazed by the name of the winner in RightWingNews.com's Second Annual Ultimate Like/Dislike Poll of Famous People on the Right.
Here's a hint: Before, congressmen told him what he could do. Now, he tells them what they can't do.
And who is the most disliked famous Righty among the Right bloggers? David Frum, Joe Scarborough and Kathleen Parker were, respectively, second, third and fourth.
Here's a hint: This winner voted for the biggest loser in 2004.
John Hawkins is the guy behind RightWingNews.com. He's got the goods on the most and least popular presidential candidates on the Right, too. And much, much more. It's unscientific and all, but read it anyway.
Go here for more results and don't miss the slideshow of winners, whiners and losers. You can even tell us what you think about each of them. Just remember - The Examiner is a family newspaper.