Mark Matthews, NBC Bay Area

Mark Matthews

NBC Bay Area

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Past articles by Mark:

Hundreds of Teens Party in Foreclosed Oakley Home

Oakley residents are in an uproar after several late-night parties with hundreds of teens have stormed a normally quiet neighborhood. → Read More

San Francisco Set to Roll Out the 'Poop Patrol' to Clean Up Feces on Streets

It has a funny name, but it’s targeting a serious problem. San Francisco is rolling out the "Poop Patrol." → Read More

Officials Seek Drastic Measures to Stop San Francisco Car Burglaries

It seems like every neighborhood in San Francisco is falling victim to car break-ins, prompting city officials to take drastic measures. → Read More

Thieves Strip Wheels Off New Cars in Fremont Neighborhood: Police

Police are investigating several incidents of thieves taking wheels from cars in one neighborhood in Fremont. → Read More

Bill Passage With No DACA Deal Leaves Hundreds of Thousands of Recipients in Limbo

The Senate vote to temporarily fund the government without a DACA fix leaves 800,000 DACA recipients in a legal no-mans land. For a young woman in San Francisco who is living that uncertainty, both personally... → Read More

Santa Rosa Residents Aiming to Get Wildfire Cleanup Ball Rolling

Residents of Santa Rosa’s Coffey Park neighborhood that was leveled by a wildfire last month came together Tuesday to get the cleanup ball rolling. → Read More

North Bay Wildfire Victims Warned About Insurance Scammers

As two suspected looters were arraigned in Sonoma County court Tuesday, the state insurance commissioner warned of other types of thieves preying on wildfire victims. → Read More

Coming Rain Could Cause Toxic Runoff in Urban North Bay Wildfire Zones

Rain is on the way to the Bay Area this weekend, and that is causing some concern over toxic runoff from the North Bay fires. → Read More

Proposal Aims to Shut Down Bicycle 'Chop Shops' in San Francisco

The City of San Francisco intends to crack down on bicycle chop shops springing up in homeless camps. → Read More

Responses to Natural Disaster and Mass Shooting Differ Greatly

Doctors, nurses, sailors and U.S. Marines set up an emergency field hospital Monday in San Francisco as part of a Fleet Week drill to respond to a catastrophic incident. → Read More

Heated Rhetoric Between Trump and North Korea Taking Us Down Dangerous Path, Expert Says

North Korea says President Donald Trump has declared war and that Pyongyang will shoot down American bombers if it appears they are a threat. The White House is dismissing this latest pronouncement from... → Read More

SF Health Officials Push for More Vaccinations in Response to Hepatitis A Outbreak

Health officials in San Francisco are ramping up vaccinations in response to hepatitis A outbreaks in Southern California. → Read More

Big Oil Companies Linked to Big Chunk of Climate Change Effects: Study

A new study pins damages from sea level rise and climate change on select large oil, gas and coal companies. → Read More

Take an Inside Look at Training During San Francisco Police Department's Police Academy

When should police pull the trigger and when should they back off? That's the crux of the training officers receive in a simulation room of the San Francisco Police Academy. → Read More

SF Child Porn Suspect Released After Judge Reduces Bail to Zero

A suspected would-be child molester was released from jail Friday without having to post bail, according to court documents obtained by NBC Bay Area. → Read More

Victim's Sister Blames Judge for Releasing Suspect 5 Days Before Twin Peaks Shooting

A miscalculation may have led to the release of a man who is now suspected of murder. → Read More

Swanky San Francisco Street Sells For $90,000

One of the swankiest streets in San Francisco has been sold to a private real estate agent. That's right: An entire street in the City by the Bay was purchased. → Read More

Parents, Students Step Up to Keep Varsity Football in Play at Novato High School

Thanks to increased interest in the program, varsity football is back in play at Novato High School. → Read More

Interview: Former Watergate Prosecutor Says Trump Likely Would Not Survive Saturday Night Massacre

A former Watergate prosecutor told NBC Bay Area on Monday that there is little chance the Trump administration could survive a Saturday Night Massacre. → Read More

San Francisco's Minimum Wage Jumps to $14 an Hour This Saturday

San Francisco's minimum wage will increase to $14 an hour this Saturday. → Read More