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Riverside DA: Abuse in House of Torture Was 'Severe, Pervasive, Prolonged'The parents of 13 siblings who were allegedly held in captivity in their family's Southern California home were charged with torturing and abusing the children for years.
L.A. Times CEO Under Investigation Over Allegations of Sexual HarassmentThe parent company of the Los Angeles Times is investigating allegations of inappropriate behavior by Ross Levinsohn, the newspaper's CEO and publisher.
Bay Area Shut Out In Quest For New Amazon HeadquartersAmazon announced Thursday the cities that have made its first cut for the location of its new second headquarters. Noticeably absent was the Bay Area.
Grieving Father Questions Police Chase After Crash Kills Daughter, Gravely Injures SisterAn East Bay father, struggling to make sense of a crash that killed his four-year-old daughter and gravely injured her two-year-old sister, is questioning whether deputies could have prevented the crash in the first place.
Santa Clara County Officials Launch Anti-Pot Ads Aimed At TeensThe Santa Clara Department of Public Health is launching a campaign in the wake of recreational marijuana legalization to send a message to teens: Don't become a pot head!
Masked Inmates Booby Trapped Entire Cell Block At Santa Cruz JailMasked inmates armed with soap, books and mattresses booby-trapped an entire cell block at the Santa Cruz County Jail.
Sheriff's Deputy Charged With Assault For Attack On InmateAn Alameda County sheriff's deputy was charged Thursday with assault by a public officer and assault with force likely to produce great bodily injury for allegedly facilitating the an assault of an inmate at the Santa Rita Jail in Dublin in October, prosecutors said.
House Passes Bill To Keep Government OpenThe House has passed a temporary government-wide funding bill that would avert a government shutdown this weekend.
California Lawmaker Sounds Alarm On Computer Chip Security FlawsA California congressman warns of widespread computer chip flaws that may expose individuals, businesses and government to data theft.

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Oakland Mayor Apologizes to H.S. Students for Illegal Dumping by Their SchoolMayor Libby Schaaf showed up at Ralph J. Bunche Academy on Thursday to apologize for a longtime problem of illegal trash dumping near the campus which has plagued the school for years. Christin Ayers reports. (1-18-18)
Bay Area Out of the Running for Amazon 'HQ2'Northern California has been shut out in the competition to win Amazon's second headquarters. A lot of locals say that's a good thing. Susie Steimle reports. (1-18-18)
California Officials Slam Planned ICE RaidsState attorney general Xavier Becerra layed out the rules concerning what employers can and can't do if ICE agents show up at their door. Melissa Caen reports. (1-18-18)
Grieving Dad Questions Hwy 4 Police Chase, Crash That Killed His DaughterAn East Bay father, struggling to make sense of a crash that killed his four-year-old daughter and gravely injured her two-year-old sister, is questioning whether deputies could have prevented the crash in the first place. Da Lin reports. (1-18-18)
Unlucky Heist Spells J-A-I-L for 'Lucky Lotto Bandits'Police called a crime ring suspected of stealing lottery scratchers from convenience stores all over the Bay Area the "Lucky Lotto Bandits." But their luck finally ran out. Devin Fehely reports. (1-18-18)
Anti-Pot Campaign Targets Santa Clara County TeensAn advertising campaign called "Wasted" has launched on buses, in movie theaters and on social media in an effort to discourage young people from smoking marijuana. Len Ramirez reports. (1-18-18)

San Francisco & Peninsula News

Newly-Found Remains of Missing S.F. Man Killed in Korean War to Be Buried With HonorsThe remains of a San Francisco man killed in action during the Korean War have been found and he will be buried with full military honors on Tuesday.
Details Released About Suspect In Daly City Police Taser DeathA man who died in Daly City early Wednesday morning after being shocked with a Taser stun gun by police late Tuesday night has been identified by the San Mateo County coroner's office as 34-year-old Warren Ragudo.
New Proposal To Extend Last Call For Alcohol In Select California CitiesSan Francisco state Sen. Scott Wiener today reintroduced legislation that would allow a handful of cities to extend alcohol sales as late as 4 a.m., following the death of a similar bill in committee last year.
Police Recover Olympic Figure Skater's Stolen Dresses And Ice SkatesOlympic pairs figure skater Marissa Castelli will soon be reunited with her cherished skates and outfits that were stolen out of her family's car while they were sight-seeing in San Francisco.
Data Helps Zero In On Worst Blocks In San Francisco For Car Break-InsWith the explosion of car burglaries in San Francisco in recent years, drivers don't know where to park anymore. But a Bay Area parking app company recently compiled data on where not to park.
Northern California 'Dark Web' Drug Dealers Sentenced To PrisonTwo drug dealers who used the Dark Web to collect orders for narcotics ranging from cocaine, fentanyl and heroin and then delivered them using the U.S. Postal Service have been sentenced to federal prison.

East Bay News

Grieving Father Questions Police Chase After Crash Kills Daughter, Gravely Injures SisterAn East Bay father, struggling to make sense of a crash that killed his four-year-old daughter and gravely injured her two-year-old sister, is questioning whether deputies could have prevented the crash in the first place.
Pleasanton School Lockdown Lifted After 3rd Burglary Suspect FoundAn elementary school in Pleasanton was briefly placed on lockdown Thursday morning while police investigated a nearby residential burglary involving a suspect at large.
BART Gets Green Light To Use New Passenger CarsAfter several delays, BART officials were given the green light late Wednesday night by the state Public Utilities Commission to put 10 new passengers cars into service.
Former Cal Star Files Sexual Assault Lawsuit Against UniversityFormer Cal women's basketball star Layshia Clarendon has filed a lawsuit against the university alleging she was sexually assaulted by an athletic department employee nearly 10 years ago.
Oakland Mayor Says She'll Go To Jail To Protect Sanctuary City PolicyJust hours after the Oakland City Council voted unanimously to end any cooperation with agents from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Mayor Libby Schaaf said Wednesday she would go to jail if needed in her opposition to ICE raids.
Alameda County Deputy Arrested For Alleged Role In Inmate BeatingAn Alameda County Sheriff's deputy was arrested Wednesday for his part in the alleged criminal assault of a Santa Rita Jail inmate, according to authorities.

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