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Harvey Weinstein Turns Himself In To Face Sex Crime ChargesHarvey Weinstein turned himself in to police Friday morning to face the first criminal charges to be filed against him after months of misconduct allegations from scores of women that destroyed his career and set off a national reckoning known as the #MeToo movement.
Death Row Inmate Convicted Of Santa Cruz Slayings Dies In HospitalCalifornia prison officials say an 81-year-old condemned inmate has died while awaiting execution for two murders he committed near UC Santa Cruz 36 years ago.
Rockets Edge Warriors in Game 5 ThrillerThe Rockets head into Game 6 on Saturday night in Oakland one win away from knocking off the defending champions and advancing to the NBA Finals.
15 Hurt in 'Improvised Explosive Device' Attack Near TorontoTwo suspects detonated an "improvised explosive device" on Thursday, injuring at least 15 people inside a restaurant near Toronto police said.
Police Arrest Suspect for Slamming Puppy to Death in SF StoreSan Francisco police have caught up with a suspect seen on surveillance camera slamming a puppy to the floor of a convenience store last month in the city's Tenderloin District.
BART Board Nixes $1.6 Billion Extension To LivermoreThe BART board of directors rejected the proposed 5.5-mile extension of the Dublin-Pleasanton line into Livermore at a meeting at Oakland headquarters Thursday night.
Ex-Girlfriend Of 49ers LB Foster May Avoid Charges For Lying About Assault AccusationA woman who accused a 49ers linebacker of domestic violence - and then said she lied about it - could avoid facing any charges.
San Francisco To Temporarily Remove All Electric Scooters From StreetsOfficials announced Thursday that the ubiquitous electric scooters in San Francisco will be removed from city streets in two weeks as a new permit process is implemented.
South Bay Mushroom Farmers Struggle To Fill JobsWhile the handful of farmers in the South Bay still in the business of growing mushrooms are producing tons of the edible fungi, they’re faced with the problem of not having enough people to pick the crops.

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