Andrew Chamings, Inside Scoop SF

Andrew Chamings

Inside Scoop SF

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Andrew:

Police: Couple and dog found dead in creek likely hit by car

The details of the tragedy began to unfold on the evening of Nov. 21, when police responded to single vehicle collision on the 3400 block of Sacramento Drive. → Read More

Inside the most beautiful lobby in San Francisco

The building, the second tallest in the city upon its opening in 1929, was the vision of one of San Francisco’s most influential and prolific architects. → Read More

California looks to ban all gas and diesel truck fleets

Currently, fewer than 2,000 medium- and heavy-duty vehicles in California are zero-emission. → Read More

California looks to ban all diesel trucks

A public hearing on the proposal proved contentious. → Read More

Extreme storm traps hikers in California canyon for 3 days

On Saturday Nov. 5 two hikers — Christine Ockenden, 39, of Colorado and George Teachman, 42, of Los Angeles — embarked on a multiday adventure in the San Gorgonio Wilderness in Riverside County. → Read More

Why a mailman reportedly clubbed an 'enormous' wild turkey to death

After a bizarre period of hostilities between some very large turkeys and "terrorized" postal workers in the California community of Arden-Arcade, a bird was reportedly beaten to death at the hands of a mail carrier. → Read More

The best San Francisco movies you probably haven't seen

Over 300 feature films have been shot in San Francisco. The San Francisco Film Commission names the 1923 silent romantic drama “The Fog” as the first. → Read More

California woman and four dogs rescued after 7 hours trapped in car

California woman and four dogs rescued after 7 hours trapped in car → Read More

Part of Challenger space shuttle accidentally found near Florida

"I think we need to talk to NASA," one of the divers says in the footage. → Read More

California woman and 4 dogs rescued after 7 hours trapped in car

Tina Milberger was driving State Route 32 at around 11:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov 2, when her car left the road, CalTrans reported in a statement last week. → Read More

'Catastrophic': California county cuts all daytime sheriff patrols

The sheriff's office laid blame at the feet of county supervisors. → Read More

Bay Area city moves to ban all right turns on red lights

The right turn on red rule was implemented in the 1970s as a gas-saving measure. → Read More

The biggest gas station in California is a bizarre fever dream

EddieWorld boasts 26 gas pumps, three restaurants, 500 varieties of candy, foot-long hot dogs and a three-story water tank dressed like an ice-cream sundae. → Read More

California study reveals whales eat up to 10 million microplastics a day

California study reveals whales eat up to 10 million microplastics a day → Read More

Study reveals whales eat a 'colossal' 10 million microplastics a day

A new study has revealed the staggering amount of plastic consumed by whales. → Read More

Bay Area city to ban all new gas stations

Novato, California looks likely to ban the construction of new gas stations. → Read More

‘Hateful man’: City urged to change SF landmark’s name

The popular attraction for tourists and locals alike may be renamed due to its antisemitic namesake, former California Assemblymember William Stow. → Read More

Snap closes 33,000 square-foot San Francisco office

The parent company of social media service Snapchat, Snap Inc., is closing its only downtown San Francisco office space. → Read More

Ten days with a corpse: The strange death of Steve Cochran

Two young women and a girl somehow survived the nightmare at sea. → Read More

Prince Harry makes surprise appearance in San Francisco

The Duke of Sussex was in the Presidio on Wednesday evening. → Read More