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Homeland Security Wants To Shut Down Southbay UniversitySeveral colleges in California have recently been caught abusing the system. KPIX 5 has learned Homeland Security wants to shut another one down.
Castlemont High School Football Team Take Kaepernick's Silent Protest To HeartWhen the Castlemont football team decided it wanted to make a statement about police brutality, Colin Kaepernick had their backs.
Tour Bus Carrying Teens Visiting From China Crashes Near Yosemite, 12 HurtTwelve people were injured when a tour bus carrying teens struck a tree near Yosemite National Park and went down an embankment.
100s March In Oakland In Solidarity With Keith Scott Protest In Charlotte NCHundreds of people were marching in Oakland to protest the fatal police shooting of Keith Scott in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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Homeland Security Investigating Southbay UniversitySeveral colleges in California have been caught abusing the system. Now KPIX 5 has learned Homeland Security wants to shut another one down.
Oakland Protest March In Solidarity With Charlotte NCProtesters marched through Oakland Saturday in solidarity with protesters in Charlotte, North Carolina. Cate Cauguiran reports, police blockades kept the protesters off the freeways.
Standoff With Armed, Suicidal Man Shuts Down SF Civic CenterAn tense standoff between an armed man and San Francisco police came to a peaceful end. Andrea Borba tells us how it all came to an end.
Charlotte Police Release Dashcam Video Of Police Shooting, Killing Keith ScottPolice in Charlotte NC released the video of officers shooting and killing 43-year-old Keith Lamont Scott after he emerged from his SUV.
Kaepernick Visits High School Football Players Inspired By His Protest Of Police Shootings49ers' Colin Kaepernick visited Castlemont High's football team Saturday after learning they were joining his silent protest of police shootings of unarmed black men. Jackie Ward was there.
San Francisco Bids Final Goodbye To Chinatown Activist Rose PakHundreds gathered in Chinatown to pay their last respects to longtime activist Rose Pak. Da Lin reports.

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No. 7 Stanford Rallies Past UCLA, 22-13
Giants Blow 6-Run Lead Before Beating Padres 9-6 In 10 InningsThe San Francisco Giants blew a six-run lead before scoring three times in the 10th inning to beat the San Diego Padres 9-6.
A’s Losing Streak Deepens As Rangers Clinch AL West With 3-0 WinThe Texas Rangers secured their second straight AL West title with a 3-0 victory over the Oakland A's.
Castlemont High School Football Team Take Kaepernick's Silent Protest To HeartWhen the Castlemont football team decided it wanted to make a statement about police brutality, Colin Kaepernick had their backs.

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Homeland Security Wants To Shut Down Southbay UniversitySeveral colleges in California have recently been caught abusing the system. KPIX 5 has learned Homeland Security wants to shut another one down.
Palo Alto To Rebuild Broken Nature Boardwalk, Carefully And Very SlowlyThe City of Palo Alto is all but certain to approve a $1.5 million renovation of a popular bay nature walk next week. But that doesn't mean it will be finished anytime soon.
Mothballed Aircraft Carrier Floated As Temporary Housing For HomelessFormer San Francisco Mayor Art Agnos is pitching an out-of-the-box solution to the city's homeless crisis that would get people in need off the streets and onto a ship.
Plan To Slow Down Golden Gate Park Drivers On Fast TrackGolden Gate Park can be a quiet oasis, a hub of athletic activity. But on most evenings, it can be a virtual freeway for cars zipping through the park.

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More Bids Sought For Golden Gate Bridge Suicide Barrier As Costs SoarGolden Gate Bridge officials are trying to figure out why a suicide barrier is going to end up costing twice what they originally thought.
City Officials Promising Change In Wake Of Millennium Tower's SinkingThe troubles of Millennium Tower have city officials promising to change.
Uber Educating Drivers On Sharing Road With CyclistsUber is giving its San Francisco drivers special training on how to share the streets with cyclists.
Influx Of Retired Lab Chimps Expected After Government Stops FundingSanctuaries around the country are preparing for an influx of retired private lab chimps, now that the federal government has stopped backing experiments on humankind’s closest relatives.

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Eat.See.Play Weekend Guide: September 23-25The forecast is looking to huge warm-up and looks perfect for being out and about. A perfect time to Eat.See.Play in the Bay!
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5 Great Breakup Songs To Get You Through "Brangelina's" SplitYou're gonna get through this, Radio.com has your playlist...
DOSA's Chef Anjan Mitra Serves Up Branzino For The Foodie ChapAnjan and I met in the DOSA on Fillmore kitchen recently for our Foodie Chap chat. Anjan made a dish now on the revamped menu "Branzino wrapped in Banana Leaf". Find the recipe is here..

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