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Some Wildfire Residents Returning; Water Truck Driver Dies In CrashMandatory wildfire evacuations were lifted for areas affected by the wine country wildfires, while other displaced residents were being urged to have patience as it could take days or weeks for them to return to their fire-ravaged neighborhoods.
Netflix Sinking Deeper Into Debt To Fuel Subscriber GrowthNetflix is sinking deeper into debt in its relentless pursuit of more viewers, leaving the company little margin for error as it tries to build the world’s biggest video subscription service.
Jury Selection Ramps Up In Kate Steinle Murder TrialA key phase of jury selection started Monday in the trial of a man accused of fatally shooting a woman on a busy San Francisco pier.
Facebook Manager: Fact Checking Fake News Works, Just Too SlowlyFacebook’s effort to limit the spread of fake news using outside fact-checkers appears to be having an effect — though that finding comes with a major caveat.
Gender Neutral Option Coming To California Driver's LicensesCalifornia now joins Oregon in allowing a gender-neutral option on driver's licenses and state identification cards.
Santa Rosa Offers Safety Information For Returning Fire EvacueesThe city of Santa Rosa has offered information about what residents returning to their evacuated, fire-damaged neighborhoods should expect.
Charred Memories Litter Fire-Ravaged Santa Rosa NeighborhoodDeborah Laver is among the fortunate ones. Her Santa Rosa home borders the fire-ravaged Santa Rosa Coffey Park neighborhood, but escaped the deadly flames a week ago.
Drone Pilot Accused Of Interfering With Cal Fire Choppers In PetalumaA drone was seen flying over the Petaluma airport Sunday afternoon, forcing firefighting helicopters to temporarily cease operations.
Researchers Discover Vulnerability Affecting Wi-Fi SecuritySecurity researchers have discovered a Wi-Fi network vulnerability that could allow attackers to steal sensitive information or spread malicious software.

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Mustang Contraception, Adoption Proposed as Alternatives to EuthanasiaA bill in Washington would allow thousands of wild horses to be humanely euthanized because of overpopulation and lower adoption rates. Now, wildlife advocates are pushing for birth control as part of the solution.
For Some BART Panhandlers, Begging Is Their JobIf you commute on BART, you've likely seen them - baby strapped to their chests, approaching riders with a cardboard sign, such as: “No job, 4 kids, please help for food."
California, Rights Groups Seek Greater Control Of Immigrant Detention CentersReports of abuse and inhumane conditions in federal immigrant detention centers prompted the California attorney general to take over control and monitoring of the facilities this year.
Senate Bill Could Trigger Wild Mustang Kill-OffThe fate of thousands of wild horses hangs in the balance. The Senate is set to vote on an amendment to a spending bill that would allow euthanasia of mustangs and burros roaming free on public land.
New York Developer Plans Monterey Wilderness Estates For The WealthyJust beyond Monterey County's famous coastline and miles of sandy beaches is a new private community in development.
SKYDRONE 5: Majestic Mount Umunhum Opens To The PublicThe ribbon-cutting ceremony high atop Mount Umunhum was a moment more than three decades in the making.
BART Turns 45 With A Challenging Future AheadWhen BART began transporting passengers 45 years ago, it was a modern marvel. But now, entering middle age it's unique design and construction have combined to create challenges.

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