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Summer Of Love 50th Anniversary Concert Organizers To Reapply For PermitsThe producer of the Summer of Love 50th anniversary concert has stepped down from the event. Meanwhile, other organizers now will reapply for the permits needed to hold the concert in June.
PG&E Raising Electric Transmission Rates, Makes Billing Changes In MarchOn March 1, the billing system will be reduced from three to two tiers, simplifying the rate structure. Additionally, a High Usage Surcharge will be introduced.
Report: Uber Exec Out After Failing To Disclose Sex Harassment AllegationA top engineering executive at Uber, Amit Singhal, is out five weeks after his hire was announced.
Witness: San Jose-Bound Plane Nosedived Into Homes In Deadly CrashThree people died and two were injured when a small plane carrying them home from a cheerleading competition nose-dived into two Southern California homes and sparked a major fire.

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Tuesday Morning Forecast With Roberta GonzalesFor the final day of February, expect highs in the 60s and clear skies. Conditions should remain dry for the next several days. Roberta Gonzales has the forecast. (2/18/17)
Investigation After 3 Killed In San Jose-Bound Plane CrashThe NTSB has launched an investigation after a small plane bound for San Jose crashed in Southern California, killing three people and injuring two others. Jackie Ward reports. (2/28/17)
More White Americans Are Getting Addicted To Opioid PainkillersMore white Americans are getting addicted to powerful opioid painkillers and women are the fastest-growing group of individuals who become addicted. Allen Martin reports. (2/27/17)
Space X Plans To Send 2 People Into Space, Around The Moon And BackSpace X and Elon Musk plan to take two unnamed people around the moon and back. Cate Cauguiran reports. (2/27/17)
Students Suspended And Expelled Over Nude Photo Of School AdministratorStudents at a Clayton high school have been suspended and others have been expelled over a nude photo taken of a school administrator at a private gym. Christin Ayers reports. (2/27/17)
4 Dead After San Jose-Bound Plane Crashes In RiversideAt least four people died when a small plane carrying a family returning from a cheerleading competition crashed into two Southern California homes. (2/27/17)
Bay Area Roots Run Deep For Oscar Winner Mahershala AliAcademy Award winner Mahershala Ali began his acting career during college in the Bay Area. Jessica Flores reports.

Sports Headlines & Scores

Curry Frigid From Deep, Warriors Still Beat SixersStephen Curry is surrounded by stars with the Golden State Warriors. He's never needed them more than Monday night.
Birdman Bats Take Flight In San FranciscoGary Malec is the CEO of a Bay Area startup company, and dreams of what Steve Jobs once did. Malec is trying to expand a business out of his garage, but his isn’t jammed with computer servers, instead it’s brimming with power tools.
Serena Williams Shocks Tennis Players At San Francisco's Dolores ParkSerena Williams laced up her furry boots and played some tennis with strangers at San Francisco's Dolores Park this weekend.
Pierce Admits To Triggering Draymond Green's Trash Talking RantLos Angeles Clipper veteran Paul Pierce just smiled as he admitted to triggering a trash-talking rant by Draymond Green.

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Scientists Zero In On DNA In Hair Samples With Extraordinary AccuracyOn the crime show NCIS, one hair leads to a killer. That was once the stuff of fantasy, but no more.
Firefighters At Risk Of Cancer Rely On Canines With Nose For CarcinomaModesto firefighters are sending surgical masks imbued with their exhaled breath to a Canadian researcher who has trained beagle hound mixes to sniff out cancer.
DNA Research Shows Modern Humans Benefit From Neanderthal DNARecent DNA studies indicate a rather steamy prehistoric love affair between Neanderthals and early Homo sapiens may have shaped modern man's health and well-being for generations to come.
Fremont Offers Refunds For Red-Light Tickets Due To Shortened Yellow TimeWhat difference does seven-tenths of a second make? For two intersections in Fremont that suddenly churned out hundreds of red light tickets to drivers --- the answer nearly half a million dollars.
Reading, Writing And Homeless In Silicon Valley School DistrictAmid the staggering affluence of the Silicon Valley sits the Ravenswood City School District where a third of its students are homeless.
Extraordinary Winter Tests California Flood Control InfrastructureThe crisis at the Oroville Dam can teach us a large lesson about the state of California's water infrastructure.
Storage Locker Insurance No Guarantee Of Theft CoverageWhen you purchase insurance for your storage locker you might expect you'd be covered if your stuff is stolen. But if the crook steals your lock along with your stuff, you might be wrong.

From The KCBS Radio Newsroom

Summer Of Love 50th Anniversary Concert Organizers To Reapply For PermitsThe producer of the Summer of Love 50th anniversary concert has stepped down from the event. Meanwhile, other organizers now will reapply for the permits needed to hold the concert in June.
Mountain Bikers Seek Access To More Marin County TrailsMountain bikers in Marin County want more access to trails where they are currently prohibited.
'Ides Of Trump' Protesters Look To Flood White House With PostcardsA protest by postcard inspired by a Berkeley man could be the next grassroots campaign that captures the nation's attention, as well as President Donald Trump's.
Bay Area Businesses Close For 'Day Without Immigrants' ProtestSeveral Bay Area businesses have closed their doors Thursday as part of the national "A Day Without Immigrants" protests against President Donald Trump's immigration policies.

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Elvis Costello & The Imposters To Kick Off 2017 Tour In BerkeleyThe Imperial Bedroom & Other Chambers Tour begins in June at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley
Goo Goo Dolls To Kick Off Tour In Mountain View, Tease New EPJohn Rzeznik tells Radio.com he's also working on covers of songs by Ellie Goulding and Depeche Mode.
Best Corned Beef Hash In San FranciscoCorned beef hash is a traditional dish of corned beef, potatoes and spices mixed with diced vegetables and served with eggs and toast. With origins in England and Scotland it made its way to American shores and became a popular New England breakfast item, but now is a well liked savory meal any time of the day.
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