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Sean Spicer Resigns As White House Press SecretaryWhite House Press Secretary Sean Spicer resigned from his post Friday reportedly after a dispute with the administration over the appointment of a new communications director.
Fremont Police Search For Flag-Burning ArsonistFremont police have asked for the public's help in identifying a vehicle that was involved in the burning of a homeowner's American flag last Sunday morning.
Growth Of Detwiler Fire Slows, But 58 Homes DestroyedAuthorities say a stubborn wildfire burning in the Sierra Nevada foothills of California has destroyed 58 homes.
Youths Assault Man Near Richmond BART StationPolice in Richmond are investigating a battery that occurred Thursday near the Richmond BART Station.
FLAG BURNING: Police search for suspect who set a flag on fire at a Fremont homePolice search for suspect who set a flag on fire at a Fremont home
BERKELEY FIRE: Fire crews battle large garage fire in BerkeleyFire crews battle large garage fire in Berkeley
Friday Morning Forecast With Roberta GonzalesWhile the coast remains cool, expect a warming trend to begin inland on Friday, with highs approaching 100 by Saturday. Seasonal conditions should return early next week. Roberta Gonzales has the forecast. (7/21/17)
Thousands Of Firefighters Battle Huge Wildfire Near YosemiteThe Detwiler Fire near Yosemite has burned nearly a hundred structures, including 50 homes and Thursday evening it was bearing down on two Gold Rush towns. Andria Borba reports. (7-20-17)
Oakland Police Chief Affirms OPD Won't Help Feds Round Up ImmigrantsOakland's police chief Anne Kirkpatrick wants to get the word out: her officers won't help federal immigration agents kick people out of the country. Christin Ayers reports. (7-20-17)
San Jose State Researchers Study Detwiler Wildfire SmokeA group of meteorologists from San Jose State University are collecting data from the huge wildfire burning near Yosemite in an effort to understand how such conflagrations create their own weather. Maria Medina reports. (7-20-17)
Photo Of Barefoot Space Invader On SFO-Bound Flight Goes ViralA San Francisco traveler got off on the wrong foot with a fellow air passenger and now the image she captured in-flight has gone viral. Joe Vazquez reports. (7-20-17)
14 Things You Didn't Know About WWE Superstar Randy OrtonThe Apex Predator... The Viper... Randy Orton has stalked the WWE for years, winning championships and leveling foes with the feared RKO.
Most Questionable Contracts Of The OffseasonWhile the season has yet to begin, we take a look at some of the most questionable contracts handed out this offseason.
2017 Sun Belt Football PreviewCollege football season is just over a month away, and the "Fun" Belt should be as entertaining as ever.
Padres Spoil Bumgarner's Return To AT&TJhoulys Chacin outpitched Madison Bumgarner, Cory Spangenberg hit a go-ahead two-run homer in the seventh inning that chased MadBum from his first home start in more than three months and the San Diego Padres beat the San Francisco Giants 5-2 on Thursday night.
Giant Sequoia National Monument Could Be Reduced To Allow LoggingThe Trump administration is considering a plan to shrink Giant Sequoia National Monument by more than two-thirds, and the plan has found some unlikely allies.
Sand Mine On Monterey Bay To Close After More Than A CenturyAfter years of protests, investigation and negotiation, the California Coastal Commission voted to accept a deal that will set in motion the eventual closure of the 110-year-old Lapis Sand Mine in the Monterey County town of Marina.
Residents Wary Over Delta Tunnels Effect On Waterways, LivelihoodsThe state’s plan to take water from the Sacramento River north of the Delta and tunnel it down to pumping stations in the south has people who live in the area up in arms. Many believe the fix is in to send more water to San Joaquin Valley farmers and Southern California.
Environmentalists File Lawsuit Over California's Delta Tunnels ProjectEnvironmentalists have filed a lawsuit after the federal government said last week that Northern California’s delta tunnels project would not harm endangered fish in the delta and bay.
'Comfort Dogs' Draw Increased Scrutiny, Comparisons To Certified Service DogsEmotional support dogs have been playing an increasing role for people with mental health needs, and prompting increased scrutiny over the dogs' access to public areas.
Drug Dealers Bribe San Francisco International Security AgentsThey're a major line of defense for stopping terror attacks. But several Bay Area airport screeners have pleaded guilty to taking bribes.
State Legislator Battles 'Serial Filers' Who Exploit Disability Act InfractionsFiling a lawsuit to protest lack of disabled access to a retail store is perfectly understandable but what about filing thousands? KPIX discovered one such “serial filer” is currently wreaking havoc in the Bay Are
Travelers Flying Into U.S. Face Stricter Screening Of Laptops, ElectronicsTravelers flying into the United States from nearly 300 international airports are now subject to stepped-up security measures.
Engineers Find Possible Fix For Sinking Millennium TowerThe Millennium Tower in San Francisco is still sinking, but now engineers hired by the building's developers have apparently come up with a fix.
Teen Confronts Gorsuch On Travel Ban During San Francisco VisitThe justice found himself honoring a teenager, who was critical of President Trump's travel ban, which Gorsuch voted to reinstate.
Study Urges Big Breakfasts, Small Dinners To Lose WeightNew research is out from Loma Linda University on the best way to lose weight when it comes to the frequency and timing of meals.
Texas Punk Band Makes Rare Visit To SFTuneful Texas-based garage-punk outfit the Marked Men brings their first West Coast tour in several years to San Francisco Saturday night when the band headlines the Chapel with help from local acts Street Eaters and sea blite.
Summer, Winter Overlap In Tahoe's Longest Ski Season In Resort HistoryThere's a startling sight at Lake Tahoe this summer. Vacationers on the lake look up and see skiers on the snow-capped mountains, just a few miles away.
World-Renowned Ippudo Ramen Opening Two Locations In The Bay Area2017 will be a good year for Bay Area ramen lovers.
Best Places To Buy Running Shoes In San FranciscoRunners need running shoes, though non-runners buy, wear, and love them just as much. It’s hard to think of not owning a pair of comfy running shoes as they are so much a part of a San Francisco casual lifestyle.