Interview by Edgardo Cervano-Soto

Richmond Pulse: Vehicle thefts and burglaries are down from last year. Why are these types of property crimes decreasing in Richmond?

Chief Magnus: I wish I could tell you that there is an exact cause and effect to it. Unfortunately that’s what makes the job so difficult, because it is so […]

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Video, Street Soldiers

Sponsored by the City of Richmond, the 3-day Alive & Free Prescription Training works to change beliefs, attitudes, values and actions that promote violence. It is led by Dr. Joseph Marshall, host of 106KMEL Street Soldiers.

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News Feature, Kim MacDonald

On a warm, Fall evening in the Bay Area’s North Richmond scores of residents came out to the Missionary Baptist Church for the first of what organizers hope will be a series of “night walks,” calling attention to street violence and proposing a ceasefire in the city of Richmond. The event, […]

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Video, Nancy Yabarra// Malcolm Marshall

Gonzalo Rucobo went from being part of the problem to part of the solution when he changed his life and co-founded Bay Area Peacekeepers in 2005. BAP seeks to help save lives by bringing hope and change to those that society has discarded and that have been negatively impacted by […]

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