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IPod Nano, Shuffle Gone From Apple's LineupAs music consumption continues to shift towards smartphones and streaming, Apple has reportedly discontinued the iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle.
California Court Could Speed Up Building Of Bullet TrainA California Supreme Court decision Thursday could help speed up construction of a $64 billion bullet train between Los Angeles and San Francisco by allowing the project to sidestep a strict environmental law.
Napa Couple Sentenced To Life For Torture Murder Of ChildA Napa couple was sentenced Thursday to life in prison without parole for the 2014 torture murder of the woman's 3-year-old daughter.
Climate Change Warming Lake Tahoe At 14 Times Normal RateAn annual report on Lake Tahoe says the United States' largest alpine lake is still warming at 14 times the historic average.
KAEPERNICK: Ravens head coach John Harbough talks about Colin KaepernickRavens head coach John Harbough talks about Colin Kaepernick
Activists Call For Affordable Housing Legislation In East BayJessica Flores reports on tenant advocates protesting for repeal of law banning rent control for houses built after 1995 (7-27-2017)
Advocacy Group Continues Fight Against Sunset District Pot DispensaryJackie Ward reports on organization battling to keep proposed dispensary in Sunset District from opening (7-27-2017)
ICE CRACKDOWN: Acting ICE Director Thomas Homan promises tougher crackdown in Sanctuary CitiesActing ICE Director Thomas Homan promises tougher crackdown in Sanctuary Cities
Ohio Ride Fatality Leads To Shutdown Of Similar Rides In Bay AreaKatie Nielsen reports on California officials ordering similar rides to be shut down until thorough inspection (7-27-2017)
East Bay Convicted Felon Faces Prison After Posing With Guns On FacebookAn East Bay man and convicted felon is facing up to 10 years in federal prison after Facebook posts which show him with three semiautomatic weapons. Christin Ayers reports. (7/26/17)
Thursday Morning Forecast With Roberta GonzalesLow pressure is moving out of the Bay Area on Thursday, making way for another summer heat wave in the Bay Area. Roberta Gonzales has the forecast. (7/27/17)
With Flacco Injured, Ravens May Bring In KaepernickBaltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh says with Joe Flacco out due to a back injury, the team likely will bring in another quarterback and haven't ruled out signing former 49er Colin Kaepernick.
WWE: Raw, SmackDown To Eventually Become Online OnlyWWE has planned for years to move Raw and SmackDown Live off of TV and stream the shows exclusively online.
Pearce Hits 10th-Inning Grand Slam As Jays Sweep A'sSteve Pearce hit a game-winning grand slam in the 10th inning and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Oakland Athletics 8-4 on Thursday to complete a four-game sweep.
2017 Mountain West Conference Football Preview: West DivisionThe Aztecs have won back-to-back conference titles and look more than capable of heading to their third straight MWC title game.
Oakland Wrangles With Solutions To Dumping Problem At Homeless CampsWhile the problem of trash dumping at Oakland homeless encampments may be obvious, how to stop it is a matter of debate.
Illegal Trash Dumpers Take Advantage Of Oakland Homeless EncampmentsHomeless encampments in downtown Oakland have turned into an ever-worsening eyesores because of people using the sites as a trash dumping ground.
Giant Sequoia National Monument Could Be Reduced To Allow LoggingThe Trump administration is considering a plan to shrink Giant Sequoia National Monument by more than two-thirds, and the plan has found some unlikely allies.
Sand Mine On Monterey Bay To Close After More Than A CenturyAfter years of protests, investigation and negotiation, the California Coastal Commission voted to accept a deal that will set in motion the eventual closure of the 110-year-old Lapis Sand Mine in the Monterey County town of Marina.
Residents Wary Over Delta Tunnels Effect On Waterways, LivelihoodsThe state’s plan to take water from the Sacramento River north of the Delta and tunnel it down to pumping stations in the south has people who live in the area up in arms. Many believe the fix is in to send more water to San Joaquin Valley farmers and Southern California.
Environmentalists File Lawsuit Over California's Delta Tunnels ProjectEnvironmentalists have filed a lawsuit after the federal government said last week that Northern California’s delta tunnels project would not harm endangered fish in the delta and bay.
'Comfort Dogs' Draw Increased Scrutiny, Comparisons To Certified Service DogsEmotional support dogs have been playing an increasing role for people with mental health needs, and prompting increased scrutiny over the dogs' access to public areas.
Ohio Tragedy Prompts Beach Boardwalk, California State Fair To Close Similar RidesFollowing a deadly accident involving a carnival ride at the Ohio State Fair, similar rides at the California State Fair and the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk have been closed as a precaution.
Early Rush: Bay Area Traffic Significantly Up During 4 AM HourNew data from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission suggests you may have to set the alarm even earlier.
Cafeteria Workers At Facebook Headquarters To Join UnionThe people who prepare and serve food at Facebook headquarters have become the latest blue-collar employees at tech companies to join a union.
UC Study Dispels Claims Of Pot Dispensaries Increasing CrimeA new study finds there's no measurable increase in crime when a pot dispensary opens. What's more, when a dispensary is forced to close, there's an immediate increase in crime.
Monthly Filipino Night Market And Concert Coming To San FranciscoThe Asian-inspired night market with a focus on the flavor-filled cuisine of the Philippines with a touch of Hip-Hop, Indie music, and so much more...
Jack Johnson Donate Funds To Help Tahoe Environmental GroupsEnvironmental groups in the Lake Tahoe region is getting a hefty donation from singer-songwriter Jack Johnson and his wife Kim...
Pioneering '60s SF Rockers Return To The ChapelPioneering '60s rockers and power-pop icons the Flamin' Groovies return to the Chapel in San Francisco this Saturday, playing classic hits and previewing songs from their forthcoming first new effort in nearly 40 years.
A$AP Mob Announce Fall Tour Date In San Francisco, Drop 'RAF' VideoPlayboi Carti, Key! and Cozy Boys will appear for select dates on tour.