Point Isabel was once a spot for people in San Francisco to host illegal prize fights, a naval shooting range, a dynamite storage facility, and a ceramic dumping ground, and now it is the home of Costco and a preferred location for dog lovers. See the time line for quick look back in time.
All 35 homeless children living at the Greater Richmond Interfaith Program (GRIP) shelter received presents from their Christmas wish list. From Dora the Explorer toys to Sony Play Station 3, each child received several gifts from their list.
How hard is it to excel in a hunting education and safety class at the Richmond Rod and Gun club? Let’s just say not hard for one eight-year-old but a little bit more difficult for me. Listen to my journey at the gun club.
This particular Saturday at the Richmond Rod and Gun club was a field day; there’s a youth program, a cowboy shooting practice and sign-ups for hunting class. Listen to my adventure as I visit the club for the first time.
More than 300 people turned out at Richmond High School in a show of solidarity for the victim of an alleged rape on campus last week. Students, parents and teachers organized dozens of performances in an attempt to begin healing.