|Full Name||Frank Edwards|
|Main Affiliations||Los Santos Meteor (employer)|
Frank Edwards is a character in the HD Universe who is mentioned in Grand Theft Auto V.
Frank Edwards is, in 2013, a news reporter for the Los Santos Meteor.
Cranley on Murry: "She's a real : ©#%!"
- From an in-game newspaper
That's what governor candidate Jock Cranley said about his opponent Sue Murry shortly after he bombarded her campaign headquarters with feces. Sue Murry says she's had enough. " It's disgusting to stoop to this level in politics, where we're throwing feces. But two can play at that game," Murry said shortly after hugging a veteran. Cranley has vowed to eliminate tax in the state by selling off all unneeded park land and reducing education budgets by 98 percent, proposals that many believe make sense in a time of belt...
Several dead in suspected gang shoot-out
- After Repossession
Police are scratching their heads as to what caused a violent shootout in Puerto Del Sol yesterday that left several gang members dead. The recent rise in gang crime continues unabated. An alley of Magellan Avenue in Vespucci Beach was turned into a war zone and the battle then spilt out onto the surrounding streets. Police are uncertain if this means drug wars between Hispanic gangs have reignited, or if this was simply a deal or an altercation gone wrong. The Vagos are known to have long-term turf wars both internally and with the city’s other major street gangs, including the Aztecas who have been largely forced out of Los Santos into Blaine County, the Ballas and the Families. No one is clear on what caused this massacre, with LSPD spokesman Lee Whitless stating "We are desperately searching for someone to blame. We haven’t found anyone yet, so we are probably going to try to say something silly like 'it's the fault of junk food or pollution' simply for something to say."
Residents to Farmers Market: Go back to your farms.
- After Nervous Ron
When the farmers market takes over a city block, residents say it's like a plague of locusts has descended on the neighborhood. "Oh my god it is awful. These people mill about, buying overpriced crap, talking about recycling and hippie nonsense. It#s all so phony," one resident complained. The farmers market has become a staple of southern San Andreas city life, where residents say they need to make themselves feel better and more connected to the earth in a place that breeds self-loathing and the electronic mechanization of our everyday lives. However, most people agree that food belongs in a grocery store, not being sold in the streets by people who compost their own feces.
Could you be thrown out of your home?
Tim Sheperd loved quirky Vespucci Beach when he bought a home here. That is until residents told him to leave. In a neighbourhood where homeless artists ply their wares, drug addicts sit in the middle of streets annoying people, and every patch of skin has some ink, the city council has decreed that residents must adapt to the new code. "We expect a certain type of resident to live here," City Council President Betty Cummings said. "And Mr Sheperd, while being a nice man, doesn’t have any ink, piercings or distinguishing body art. He doesn’t even have an ironic lumberjack beard. We can't lose the flavor of this city with the wrong kind of gentrification. He had to go."