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Animal Rights Activists Storm Oakland Slaughter HouseAnimal rights activists were arrested Sunday when they stormed into an ethnic slaughter house in Oakland and took out live animals that were slated for slaughter.
Wildfire Victims Warned Of Fake Aid Offers, Home Inspection Scams State and federal officials are warning victims of the wildfires in the North Bay to be cautious of scams and fraudulent phone calls as they begin to recover from the fires.
Stockton Airport May Add 'San Francisco' To Name To Boost BusinessStockton Municipal Airport director Harry Mavrogenes says the problem is no one knows where Stockton is.
Emotional Ceremony Honors 49ers Great Dwight ClarkFriends, family, fans and former teammates gathered Sunday for an emotional ceremony honoring former San Francisco 49ers great Dwight Clark, who is battling amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
Santa Rosa Man Hailed As Hero For Helping Save Neighborhood From Tubbs FireAs the Tubbs Fire raged through Santa Rosa, demolishing whole blocks on a path of fiery destruction, one community was spared devastation thanks to the bravery and quick thinking of a few residents.
PG&E, Other Utilities Delayed Effort To Map Power Line Risk To WildfiresTwo days before the deadliest outbreak of wildfires in California history, Pacific Gas & Electric Co. and other utilities won the latest in a long series of delays to map where power lines pose the greatest wildfire risk, a report said Sunday.
Three Suspects Arrested In Fremont Hotel SlayingThree suspects have been taken into custody in the fatal shooting of a man Saturday night at the Extended Stay America Hotel in Fremont.
Two Young Children Injured In Vallejo Pedestrian AccidentTwo young children were injured Sunday evening in a pedestrian accident near a Vallejo shopping mall, fire officials said.
Dozens Of Cars Involved In Dangerous San Jose SideshowA sideshow on a San Jose freeway brought traffic to a halt early Sunday morning and led to numerous citations and impounded vehicles, according to police.

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Stanford Shows How Fiber Optics Might Enable Global Quake-Warning NetworkA web of fiber optic cables beneath the Stanford University campus is doing more than transferring data -- it's part of an earthquake monitoring network that may help scientists implement a quake early-warning system.
Skydrone 5 Video Shows Extent Of Coffey Park DestructionAlmost a week after the deadly Tubbs Fire ravaged the Santa Rosa neighborhood of Coffey Park, KPIX 5 got an exclusive view of the devastation from Skydrone 5.
Firefighters From Across The West Come To Wine Country's AidIt was a battle waged on the northern edge of Sonoma's wine country, fought along a wooded canyon bordered by wineries and the county's sprawling juvenile justice center.
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.

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