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Fines Over Permits Piling Up For Academy Of Art In San FranciscoIf you live or work in San Francisco, it's hard to miss the Academy of Art.
Suspect Surrenders After Antioch Police Officer Shot In PittsburgPolice are investigating an officer-involved shooting in Pittsburg Wednesday evening, a captain said.
Alameda District Attorney Not Charging Councilwoman Desley Brooks For Alleged AttackOakland City Councilwoman Desley Brooks, who is accused of attacking Black Panther Party leader Elaine Brown, won't face criminal charges.
Uber's High-Powered Global Policy Board Born Amid Legal Battles, Regulation StrugglesAn eight-person global policy board has been assembled by Uber to increase their chances of winning over governments around the world.
Some Argue Synthetic Opiate Treatment For Painkiller Addiction Simply Replaces One Drug With AnotherThe synthetic opiate Buprenorphine is marketed under several brand names, including Suboxone.
1 Of 5 Hunger Strikers Protesting San Francisco Police Is HospitalizedOne of the five people conducting a hunger strike outside San Francisco’s Mission Police Station was taken to the hospital Wednesday, according to a spokeswoman for the group.

Sports Headlines & Scores

Warriors' Curry Gets Platelet-Rich Plasma Treatment To Speed Knee RecoveryIn an effort to speed up his recovery, Curry received platelet-rich plasma treatment on his ailing right knee.
A's Bullpen Falters As Oakland Loses Another 1-Run GameOn a day the Athletics grabbed a big lead and got to nemesis Felix Hernandez, they still couldn't pull out a victory.
NFL Mexican Meat Warning Must Be Hard To Digest For Raiders Returning From Mexico CityJust hours after the Raiders' Fan Fest in Mexico City, the NFL Player's Association sent out a memo warning that eating meat there can lead to positive PED tests.
Reds' Homers Add To Peavy's Struggles; Cincy Tops Giants 7-4Brandon Phillips, Eugenio Suarez and Zack Cozart homered in a five-run first inning, and the Cincinnati Reds beat Jake Peavy for the first time in a 7-4 win over the San Francisco Giants on Wednesday.
On The Rise: Kevin Kisner Building On DefeatKevin Kisner, still known for his crushing PGA Tour defeats, finally won his first tournament at the RSM Classic in late 2015.
Jim Nantz On Wells Fargo Championship: ‘Has A Big-Time Feel To It’CBS Sports anchor Jim Nantz looks at the Wells Fargo Championship and the venerable Quail Hollow Club, which hosts golf's best this week.

Politics

Fines Over Permits Piling Up For Academy Of Art In San FranciscoIf you live or work in San Francisco, it's hard to miss the Academy of Art.
Uber's High-Powered Global Policy Board Born Amid Legal Battles, Regulation StrugglesAn eight-person global policy board has been assembled by Uber to increase their chances of winning over governments around the world.
Gov. Brown Raises Legal Age To Buy Tobacco To 21The governor of California on Wednesday approved raising the legal age to buy tobacco for smoking, dipping, chewing and vaping from 18 to 21.
Rolling Stones Ask Donald Trump To Stop Using Their MusicThe band said they have not given permission to the Trump campaign to use their songs and "have requested that they cease all use immediately."
NFL Mexican Meat Warning Must Be Hard To Digest For Raiders Returning From Mexico CityJust hours after the Raiders' Fan Fest in Mexico City, the NFL Player's Association sent out a memo warning that eating meat there can lead to positive PED tests.
Feds: North Carolina LGBT Law Violates Civil RightsA North Carolina law limiting protections to LGBT people violates federal civil rights protections and can't be enforced, The U.S. Justice Department said Wednesday.

KPIX 5 Original Reports

Fines Over Permits Piling Up For Academy Of Art In San FranciscoIf you live or work in San Francisco, it's hard to miss the Academy of Art.
LSD Micro-Doses Unleash Creativity, Problem-Solving For Bay Area ProfessionalsA growing number of Bay Area professionals are taking tiny doses of LSD to ramp up their job performance and stoke their problem-solving abilities.
Scavengers May Be Only People Profiting In Current Recycling MarketIn the dead of night, five nights a week, a man we'll call "Daniel" goes to work at a San Francisco Dumpster.
Weight Of Cheap Commodities Crushing North Bay Recycling CompanyFor 60 years, Joe Garbarino has been moving Marin’s trash, and for many of those years he could do it at a healthy profit. Not any more.
Bay Area Woman Survives Terrifying Free Fall From Zip Line In MexicoA Bay Area woman is recovering from what she describes as a harrowing near death escape while zip lining in Mexico.
California Farm Use Of Oilfield Waste Water Prompts Food-Safety InquirySome popular California-grown fruits and nuts are irrigated with waste water from oilfields. No one has been checking if the practice is actually safe -- until now.

From The KCBS Newsroom

$10K Reward Offered In 2013 Berkeley Hills MurderUC Berkeley police are offering a $10,000 reward for information in the 2013 murder of an aspiring paramedic at a lookout on Grizzly Peak, the victim’s family said Wednesday.
Massive Wind Farm Project May Be Allowed To Kill Eagles Without Breaking LawThe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service plans to seek public comments on whether to allow what could be the biggest wind farm in the U.S. to kill a limited number of bald and golden eagles without breaking the law, the agency announced Wednesday.
$5 Adoptions! Big Dogs Piling Up At East Bay Animal SheltersBig dogs are creating crowded conditions at Contra Costa County animal shelters, and shelter officials are hoping some animal lovers will take advantage of a special offer to adopt them.
Hulu To Live-Stream Sports, News In 2017Hulu will offer a live-streaming service in 2017 that will offer a mix of cable and broadcast programming as well as news, sports and events.
Cheese Overload: U.S. Sitting On 1.2 Billion PoundsAn abundance of milk in Europe, combined with high demand in the United States is adding up to a cheese surplus in America.
Donald Trump Gets Diverse Bay Area Support Despite Rhetoric Next month’s California primary will push Trump over the finish line, and clinch the GOP nomination.

Eye On The Bay

Best Wine Tasting Bars In San FranciscoSan Francisco wine bars are welcoming spots offering enjoyment beyond pure wine tasting. Most wine bars highlight their kitchens as well, pairing cheese plates, flatbreads and tapas with wine recommendations. Monthly wine events enhance the wine bar experience.
Best Ways To Celebrate National Star Wars Day In The Bay AreaSan Francisco Bay Area connections to Lucasfilms and Star Wars runs deep. Explore some of these connections on Star Wars Day, "always pass on what you have learned" and May the Fourth be with you.
Alice@97.3's Sarah & Vinnie Morning Show Celebrates 'Star Wars' DaySarah and Vinnie, Alice@97.3's morning show took things to another level! Check out their Star Wars videos using J.J. Abrams' Action Movie smart phone app...
Classic Southern Recipes For Your Next PartyLooking for a dash of southern flavor? Try these recipes from Mary Alice Monroe, author of "A Lowcountry Wedding."
Best Places To Buy Golf Clothes In San FranciscoWith golf courses like Olympic Club, Presidio and Lincoln, you not only have to have the right equipment but you need to be dressed properly. Golf apparel can vary in style and functionality. Here are the places to buy golf clothes that will help you get the most out of your game, while being fashionable at the same time.
Big Time Chefs & Celebrities Headline BottleRock's Culinary StageCelebrity Chefs Gordon Ramsay, Tyler Florence & Masaharu Morimoto...the list of names get bigger and better appearing on the culinary stage at this year's BottleRock Napa Valley festival...

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