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Three Suspects Arrested In Fremont Hotel SlayingThree suspects have been taken into custody in the fatal shooting of a man Saturday night at the Extended Stay America Hotel in Fremont.
Dozens Of Cars Involved In Dangerous San Jose SideshowA sideshow on a San Jose freeway brought traffic to a halt early Sunday morning and led to numerous citations and impounded vehicles, according to police.
Exhausted Firefighters Get a Morale Boost from Grateful North Bay ResidentsOn Sunday, a small group of Santa Rosa residents gathered at the Sonoma Fairgrounds to bid a very fond farewell to departing firefighers.
Cowboys Crush 49ers Season With 40-10 Blowout At Levi's StadiumThe 49ers, the first team ever to lose five straight games by three or fewer points, were never really close against the Cowboys.
38 Women Accuse Oscar-Nominated Writer-Director James Toback of Sexual HarassmentToback, who received an Oscar nomination for writing "Bugsy," has been accused of sexual harassment by 38 women in a report published Sunday in The Los Angeles Times.
Big-Rig Driver Killed After Driving Off I-680 In San RamonCHP officials said a heavily traveled road in San Ramon is open again Sunday evening following a crash that killed a big-rig driver when the big-rig went off a highway and into a tree.
Stanford Shows How Fiber Optics Might Enable Global Quake-Warning NetworkA web of fiber optic cables beneath the Stanford University campus is doing more than transferring data -- it's part of an earthquake monitoring network that may help scientists implement a quake early-warning system.
Livermore Police Shoot Woman They Say Drove At Them, Hitting Patrol CarsOfficers shot a 26-year-old woman they say drove a stolen vehicle toward them in Livermore late Saturday night.
1 Killed, 2 Wounded In 3 Separate Oakland Shootings; Suspects Remain At LargeOne victim died and two others were injured in three separate shootings Saturday in Oakland, according to police.

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Stanford Shows How Fiber Optics Might Enable Global Quake-Warning NetworkA web of fiber optic cables beneath the Stanford University campus is doing more than transferring data -- it's part of an earthquake monitoring network that may help scientists implement a quake early-warning system.
Skydrone 5 Video Shows Extent Of Coffey Park DestructionAlmost a week after the deadly Tubbs Fire ravaged the Santa Rosa neighborhood of Coffey Park, KPIX 5 got an exclusive view of the devastation from Skydrone 5.
Firefighters From Across The West Come To Wine Country's AidIt was a battle waged on the northern edge of Sonoma's wine country, fought along a wooded canyon bordered by wineries and the county's sprawling juvenile justice center.
Mustang Contraception, Adoption Proposed as Alternatives to EuthanasiaA bill in Washington would allow thousands of wild horses to be humanely euthanized because of overpopulation and lower adoption rates. Now, wildlife advocates are pushing for birth control as part of the solution.
For Some BART Panhandlers, Begging Is Their JobIf you commute on BART, you've likely seen them - baby strapped to their chests, approaching riders with a cardboard sign, such as: “No job, 4 kids, please help for food."
California, Rights Groups Seek Greater Control Of Immigrant Detention CentersReports of abuse and inhumane conditions in federal immigrant detention centers prompted the California attorney general to take over control and monitoring of the facilities this year.
Senate Bill Could Trigger Wild Mustang Kill-OffThe fate of thousands of wild horses hangs in the balance. The Senate is set to vote on an amendment to a spending bill that would allow euthanasia of mustangs and burros roaming free on public land.

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