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Number Of Facebook Users Reaches 2 BillionFacebook is reaching another milestone, announcing that it now has more than 2 billion users.
Contractor Allegedly Stole $25K In Food Deliveries, Free Rides Using UberEATS AppA 25-year-old Uber contractor pleaded no contest to felony grand theft charges Monday in a cyber-fraud case involving more than $25,000 in food deliveries and free Uber rides.
Senate GOP Leaders Abruptly Delay Health Care VoteLacking votes, Senate GOP leaders announced Tuesday they were abruptly delaying a vote on health care bill until after July 4th recess.
European Regulators Hit Google With Record FineEuropean authorities came down hard on Google on Tuesday for taking advantage of its dominance in online searches to direct customers to its own businesses, fining the tech giant a record $2.72 billion and raising the prospect of more.
GOOGLE FINE: European regulators fine Google $2.72 billion for anti-trust violationsEuropean regulators fine Google $2.72 billion for anti-trust violations
WILDFIRES: Firefighters battling two major wildfires in the stateFirefighters battling two major wildfires in the state
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MINIMUM WAGE: Minimum wage goes up in San Francisco and San Jose on July 1stMinimum wage goes up in San Francisco and San Jose on July 1st
BERKELEY DEMONSTRATORS: Homeland Security awards Alameda County Sheriff $500,000 grant to handle violent demonstrationsHomeland Security awards Alameda County Sheriff $500,000 grant to handle violent demonstrations
SAN JOSE POLICE: Auditor calls for greater transparency from San Jose police when it comes to use of forceAuditor calls for greater transparency from San Jose police when it comes to use of force
Trump's Presidency May Be Impacting Silicon Valley Home SalesHome sales have been soaring on the Peninsula lately. One real estate expert says Donald Trump's presidency could be a contributing factor. Betty Yu reports. (6/26/17)
Drake Stars As Stephen Curry In 'Get Out' ParodyWhen Drake hosted Monday night's NBA Awards, the rapper paid tribute to the race-relations thriller with a hilarious sketch.
5 Best MLB Catches So Far This SeasonAn early look at the most impressive catches in baseball based on Catch Probability.
Giants Closer Melancon Not Aware Of Upsetting TeammatesThe Giants are on pace to lose 100 games for just the second time in franchise history, and now some of their internal problems are becoming external.
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California Teachers Struggle As School Administrators Get Generous PensionsAs California public schools face layoffs and budget cuts, some school administrators are retiring with huge pensions.
California Sheriffs' Association Opposes Bill To Measure Rape Kit BacklogThere is a move toward justice for rape victims, with a plan to reduce the number of un-tested evidence kits.
Lawmakers A Step Closer To Finally Getting Thousands Of Rape Kits TestedJustice has been delayed for thousands of rape victims because their cases are literally sitting on a shelf.
Over 100 Million Dead Trees Pose Wildfire Threat In CaliforniaA tiny pest is turning lush forests into tinderboxes. More than 100 million dead trees in California are blamed on years of drought and an epidemic number of tree-eating bark beetles.
California Farmers Creating Healthier Soil To Help Battle Climate ChangeCalifornia farmers and researchers are helping rethink approaches to climate change by reworking traditional farming practices.
Costly Golden Gate Bridge Retrofit Still Years Away From CompletionIt may come as a surprise to many commuters and tourists that the Golden Gate Bridge has only completed part of its retrofit work.
San Francisco Streets Turning Into Traffic NightmareIt's the day-to-day problem you can no longer escape in San Francisco. The streets of San Francisco are turning into a traffic nightmare.
NTSB: Man Killed In Tesla Autopilot Crash Ignored WarningsThe National Transportation Safety Board said Tesla is not at fault for a deadly crash involving a vehicle in Autopilot mode.
San Francisco Garbage Rates Set To Rise 14%City officials have approved a recommended 14 percent increase in rates set to take effect next month.
Heat Wave Accelerating Runoff From SierraHeavy rains and snow this past winter has left rivers flowing higher than average and reservoirs near capacity.
Cal Scientists: Wet Winter Weather Triggering Small EarthquakesUniversity of California, Berkeley scientists say California's wet winters and dry summers may actually trigger more seismic activity.
Best Flower Displays In San FranciscoInside Golden Gate Park, the Conservatory of Flowers, Japanese Tea Garden, and Shakespeare Garden have a variety of showy flower displays, as does the San Francisco Botanical Garden, a park-within-a-park.
Shakira Brings 'El Dorado World Tour' To San JoseVIDEO: The Colombian singer will crisscross the globe on her 'El Dorado World Tour', starting in Europe and finding her way to the United States.
Punk-Rock Frenzy Takes Over Mosswood Park In OaklandThe annual Burger Boogaloo festival brings a host of great garage-rock bands to Oakland's Mosswood Park this weekend with appearances by host John Waters, punk legends Iggy Pop, the Buzzcocks, X and many more.
Haim Announce Oakland Fox Theater Tour DateVIDEO: The group is touring in support of their second studio album, 'Something to Tell You,' which will be released on July 7th.