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Naturalization Backlog May Stop Immigrants From Voting In Key StatesHalf a million immigrants who applied for naturalization in the U.S. this year aren't likely to be able to vote due to a massive backlog.
San Francisco Launches Year-Long Speeding CrackdownSan Francisco drivers can expect to see more speed enforcement along key corridors throughout the city following the launch Thursday of a new year-long crackdown effort.
Video Released Of San Diego-Area Police ShootingVideo footage released Friday of the fatal police shooting of an unarmed black man in a San Diego suburb shows an officer fired four shots almost immediately after the man suddenly raised both hands and took what was described as a shooting stance.
Inferno Destroys Historic Berkeley Church BuildingA roaring four-alarm fire raced through the attic space of a three-story Berkeley church near the University of California campus Friday, destroying the historic structure.

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Vin Scully To Call Final Dodgers Games In San FranciscoVin Scully is about to give his final play-by-play this weekend at AT&T Park in San Francisco. Wilson Walker reports on why it's fitting that the Dodgers' revered broadcaster will be signing off in the city by the bay. (9-30-16)
Brown Signs Planned Parenthood-Backed Bill On Secret Recordings; Audio ExcerptCalifornia is making it illegal to disclose secretly recorded conversations with medical professionals under a new law backed by Planned Parenthood.
San Francisco Launches Year-Long Speeding CrackdownThe Safe Speeds campaign will focus enforcement along streets where city data analysis has found that traffic speeds and injuries and deaths are particularly high. Jackie Ward reports. (9-30-16)
Crowds Gather In Golden Gate Park For Start Of Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Music FestivalIt's that time of year and San Francisco's most popular -- and free -- music event is back. Betty Yu reports. (9-30-16)
San Jose Leaders Support Measure F, Restoring Police Pensions, BenefitsNearly every city leader in San Jose is calling on voters to approve Measure F in November. Len Ramirez reports. (9-30-16)
Families Evicted From Richmond Apartment ComplexFriday was the deadline for many of the families living in the Creek View Apartments in Richmond to move out. As Da Lin reports, the mass evictions come weeks before people are set to vote on new protections for renters. (9-30-16)
Fire Ravages Historic Berkeley First Congregational Church BuildingThe fire started in a building behind the First Congregational Church on Channing Way near the Cal campus. Emily Turner reports. (9-30-16)

Sports Headlines & Scores

Giants Broadcaster Jon Miller Recalls Favorite Vin Scully MomentsAs legendary broadcaster Vin Scully wraps up his 67 years of calling Los Angeles Dodger games this weekend, the tributes are pouring in, especially from his colleagues in the sports broadcasting business.
Is J.J. Watt Already Hall Of Fame-Bound?J.J. Watt, the NFL's best defensive player, had back surgery yesterday. It's unclear if he can return to form, or return at all.
Cueto Wins 18th To Keep Giants In Wild Card RaceWith three games left the Giants are one game behind the idle New York Mets and one game ahead of St. Louis.
Zunino's HR Spurs Seattle Past A's 3-2Mike Zunino delivered the go-ahead home run in the 7th inning and Seattle held on for a 3-2 victory over the A's.

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Trash From Homeless Camps Blowing Onto South Bay FreewaysCaltrans is moving to clean up homeless camps around South Bay freeways after trash blamed on homeless camps has blown onto the highways creating traffic problems and eyesores.
Battle Brewing Over Public Access To Crystal Springs TrailsThe battle over how hikers will access some of the most beautiful trails in the Bay Area above the Crystal Springs Reservoir is getting serious.
California Child Credit Freeze Legislation Signed Into LawCalifornia parents now have a new tool to protect kids from identity theft thanks to a new law just signed on Friday by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Human Germs, Bacteria Seen As Weapons In War Against CancerBay Area scientists are on the hunt to discover how a person's own germs may be the best medicine in the war against cancer.
Violence Plagues Large San Jose Homeless EncampmentThere’s a reason Sergio Estrada keeps a ladder in his backyard.
Oakland Scrambles To Install Functional Park Surveillance CamerasThe city of Oakland has promised to install a new surveillance system in Cesar Chavez Park to replace one that has been non-operational.
Napa Valley Vintner Brings Robotics To Winemaking ProcessWith harvest season underway in Wine Country, one vineyard is using robots to help make the perfect bottle.

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1 Million Americans Already Done With Their Holiday ShoppingIt’s not even October, but 1 million Americans have already finished their Holiday Shopping.
Parking Vigilante Paints Over Red Curbs In Corte Madera Neighborhood To Create SpacesParking in one Corte Madera neighborhood has gotten so tight that it prompted someone to paint over some no parking red curbs to create more spaces.
Florida Woman Wins Chance To Punch Martin Shkreli In The FaceA woman from Florida has won the chance to punch embattled pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli in the face.
Early Tests Encouraging For Bay Area Crab LoversBay Area crab lovers may soon be celebrating with their favorite crustaceans once again.

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Trending Halloween Costumes Of 2016PHOTOS: From outfits inspired by top movies and musicians to hit TV shows and – ahem – certain politicians, these are the costumes expected to dominate this Halloween
McDonald’s Japan Unveils Chocolate Pumpkin FriesForget the Starbuck's Pumpkin Spice Latte, McDonald's in Japan features Chocolate Pumpkin French Fries, reports Alice@97.3!
Foodie Chap Visits Chef John Griffiths At Bluestem BrasserieLiam met with Chef Griffiths at Bluestem for their Foodie Chap chat, where really good food and conviviality go hand in hand. Enjoy the conversation and the delish recipe here...
Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Brings Masses To GG ParkOne of the most celebrated music festivals in the Bay Area and the nation, the annual Hardly Strictly Bluegrass brings a free three-day celebration of music to Golden Gate Park this weekend.

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