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Oakland Car Thief Steals Priceless Memories Of Woman's Late FatherA car thief has taken something priceless from one woman in Oakland, getting away with her last memories of her late father.
Tensions Mounting Over Threat Of Political Violence In BerkeleyDozens of California Highway Patrol officers from around the state began deploying in Berkeley early Thursday ready for a day of political protests near and on the University of California-Berkeley campus.
NASA Spacecraft Survives Unprecedented Trip Between Saturn, RingsNASA's Cassini spacecraft has survived an unprecedented trip between Saturn and its rings, and has amazing pictures to show for it.
2 Iron Workers Injured At New Facebook Building Under ConstructionTwo iron workers at the construction site of a new Facebook building in Menlo Park were injured Wednesday after part of the building collapsed, causing them to fall, fire officials said.
BERKELEY: Helicopter video of CHP officers preparing for Berkeley protestsHelicopter video of CHP officers preparing for Berkeley protests
Young Volunteer Sells Handmade Headbands To Fight CancerJefferson Award Winner Crafts 'Maisy Puffs'
Woman's Priceless Memories Of Late Father Stolen From Car In OaklandA woman who parked her car in Oakland's Temescal District had priceless pictures of her late father stolen while she was having dinner. Christin Ayers reports. (4/26/17)
BERKELEY PROTEST: Officials brace for a day of possible violent political protest in BerkeleyOfficials brace for a day of possible violent political protest in Berkeley
Thursday Morning Forecast With Roberta GonzalesAfter months and months of rain, an extended dry and warm trend will take hold in the Bay Area starting Thursday. Highs inland could reach the mid 80s by early next week. Roberta Gonzales has the forecast. (4/217/17)
Despite Coulter Cancellation, UC Berkeley Braces For ProtestsDespite Ann Coulter's decision to cancel a talk at the UC Berkeley campus, the school is still bracing for multiple protests from both supporters and opponents of the conservative speaker. Jackie Ward reports. (4/27/17)
After 20 Years, Motive Still Unknown In Fatal Fire That Killed 9 PeopleFive children and four adults were killed in a fire that began when someone poured gasoline onto cars outside a home in East Palo Alto 20 years ago. Maria Medina reports. (4/26/17)
GAMEDAY BLOG: Arroyo Goes Deep, Giants Walk-Off Against DodgersThat win’s got legs. Hunter Pence gets credit for the game-winning sac fly, but this victory was about two players that weren’t even on the team three days ago. The Giants overcame a three-run deficit to “Beat LA” 4-3 in 10-innings.
Warriors GM Confident Kerr Will Return To Full HealthGolden State Warriors general manager Bob Myers fully expects Steve Kerr to find a solution to his debilitating health issues and be back on the bench without being forced out of coaching.
Anthony Joshua: 'Wladimir Klitschko Is Underrated'The highly anticipated fight will air live on Saturday on Showtime beginning at 4:15 p.m. ET from Wembley Stadium.
NFL Teams Announcing Day 3 Draft Picks From Grand Canyon, A Zoo, And Outer SpaceThe NFL has announced that a number of teams will be revealing their draft picks from some unbelievable locations.
Santa Clara County Sheriff Wants Affordable, 24-Hour Child Care For DeputiesA Bay Area sheriff is hoping to boost ranks with a new plan to help cover the cost of child care.
Ambitious Plans For San Francisco Transbay Center Not Without ControversyA $2.19 billion transit center, complete with a four-block long rooftop park, a massive shopping mall and an underground train station, all in the heart of downtown.
Plans Emerge For Train Service Between Central Valley And Bay AreaNew plans are emerging about BART and ACE train service that would connect California's Central Valley with the Bay Area.
Bay Area Schools Rethink Collecting Students' Citizenship DataBay Area school districts are under pressure to stop asking questions about citizenship on student enrollment forms.
Business Owner Says Mission District's Graffiti Problem WorseningTaggers have been leaving their mark in San Francisco's Mission District for years, but residents and business owners say graffiti problem has recently gotten much worse.
National Park Donation Must Overcome Bureaucratic Hurdle A conservation group wants to donate land to expand the East Bay's John Muir National Historic site, but it will take an Act of Congress for it to become a reality.
Salesforce Tower Reshaping The San Francisco Skyline Nearly from every venue, it’s very apparent that the San Francisco skyline has changed forever.
Santa Clara Co. Observes 'Denim Day' To Raise Awareness About Sexual AssaultSanta Clara County is participating in "Denim Day" on Wednesday to back an awareness campaign against sexual assault and violence.
Audit: University Of California Had Up To $175M In Secret ReserveCalifornia's auditor says top University of California administrators had a secret budget account that hid upwards of $175 million from public view.
San Jose Looks At Self-Driving Cars To Bring Passengers To AirportInstead of extending light rail to the airport, San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo said the city is considering a less costly option: installing a lane of traffic for autonomous vehicles only.
Facebook Among Tech Companies Giving Paid Time Off To ProtestCan you imagine asking your boss for paid time-off to protest? If you work for a growing number of Bay Area tech companies, chances are your boss will say yes.
Former Bauhaus Singer Postpones SF ResidencyA nearly month-long summer residency at the Chapel in San Francisco by post-punk vocalist and founding member of Bauhaus Peter Murphy has been postponed due to health reasons, according to an announcement Wednesday.
Starbucks’ Dragon Frappuccinos Are HereFrom the remnants of the unicorn frap, comes the dragon frappuccino, Live 105 reports...
Sabrina Carpenter Brings Summer Tour To The Masonic San FranciscoThe trek kicks off on July 6 in Vancouver, BC and will make a Bay Area stop in July...
Rob Lowe Shares Photos As KFC’s Colonel SandersPhotos of Lowe as Colonel Sanders dressed in an astronaut's space suit, made to look like the Colonel's famous white suit has made its way onto social media.