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Uber Valued At About $62B In New Offer To Buy Company StockThree investors are looking to buy stakes in Uber in an offer that values the company at $62 billion.
Black Panther Fans Line Up For Special Oakland Comic Book IssueBlack Panther fans lined up for hours in the East Bay Wednesday morning to get a copy of the exclusive Oakland edition cover of the popular superhero's new comic.
Judge: President Can't Block Critics On TwitterA federal judge in New York says President Donald Trump violates the First Amendment by blocking critics on Twitter for political speech.
Verlander Shuts Down Giants In 4-1 WinJustin Verlander got some run support for the first time in nearly a month and led the Houston Astros over the San Francisco Giants 4-1 on Wednesday.
Feinstein Drops Support For Death Penalty"It became crystal clear to me that the risk of unequal application is high and its effect on deterrence is low," the senator said.
Judge To Determine 49ers Star Reuben Foster's FateA Santa Clara County judge was expected to rule as early as Wednesday on whether or not felony domestic violence charges filed against San Francisco 49ers linebacker Reuben Foster would proceed to trial.
2 Dead Whales Found In Bay Area Died From Human-Related CausesTwo whales that washed up in the Bay Area last week died to due to human-related causes, Marine Mammal Center officials said Wednesday.
San Francisco Officials Ask Driverless Tech Companies To Give Up DataWith San Francisco looking for ways to reduce its enormous traffic problems, city officials are calling on driverless tech companies to provide some GPS data to help address the issue.
Petaluma Man Faces Trial For Aiding Painkiller-Addicted Wife’s SuicideA Petaluma man was held over for trial Tuesday afternoon for voluntary manslaughter and for helping his wife hang herself outside a Bodega Bay motel in January.

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Social Security Numbers Still Appearing On Mailed California EDD Documents, Risking Identity TheftOne of the nation’s largest state agencies says it's finally removing social security numbers from a document mailed every two weeks to millions of Californians, three years after it told KPIX 5 and lawmakers it had already removed the numbers. Julie Watts reports.
San Francisco Wants GPS Data From Self-Driving Car CompaniesAnne Makovec reports on SF officials calling for autonomous car companies to provide GPS data (5-23-2018)
Mystery Disease Claims 12 Family Members; Survivors Push Awareness Of Rare DisorderA Northern California family plagued with a mystery disease that claimed the lives of a dozen relatives finally has answers after specialists at the renowned Mayo Clinic recognized it as a rare hereditary disorder. Now the family is hoping to turn its legacy of heartache into hope for others with the disease. Allen Martin reports. (5/22/18)
While Study Show Crime On BART Is Down, Riders Still Concerned Over Assaults And Drug UseJackie Ward reports on BART police making progress reducing crime rate in transit system, but some problems persist (5-23-2018)
Wednesday Morning Forecast With Neda IranpourExpect a thick marine layer and drizzle in much of the Bay Area Wednesday morning. In the afternoon hours, conditions will remain unseasonably cool, even inland. Neda Iranpour has the forecast. (5/23/18)
Hawaii Volcano: Crews Scramble To Protect Power Plant From LavaWith the Kilauea eruption showing no signs of slowing anytime soon, crews are attempting to protect a power plant near the lava. Meanwhile, a man says a lava bomb nearly ripped his foot off. Jackie Ward reports. (5/23/18)

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