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Santa Clara County Seeks To Block Trump Order On Sanctuary CitiesSanta Clara County asked a federal court Thursday to grant a nationwide preliminary injunction blocking an executive order by President Donald Trump that would deny federal funds to sanctuary cities, counties and states.
Berkeley School Stabbing Suspect Charged With Attempted MurderA 20-year-old student was charged Thursday with attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon for allegedly stabbing a female administrator at a private school in West Berkeley on Tuesday afternoon, prosecutors said.
San Jose Evacuees Return To Damaged Homes And Broken Dreams Evacuated residents have begun returning to homes near the flood-swollen Coyote Creek in San Jose, surveying the damage left behind by the 4-foot or higher torrent of water that forced them flee with little more than the clothes on their backs.
Santa Rosa Murder Suspect Arrested In Redding After 12 Years On The Run Northern California authorities have arrested a man on the top of Santa Rosa's list of most wanted criminals after a 12-year search.
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Rock Springs Residents Hope To Return Home To Begin Flood Clean UpAnne Makovec reports on some residents still waiting to go home after destructive Coyote Creek flooding in San Jose (2-23-2017)
KPIX 5 COOL SCHOOL: San Francisco Rooftop Elementary Uses Art To Engage StudentsSan Francisco Rooftop Elementary Uses Art To Engage Students
STORM WATCH: Flood evacuees anxious over conditions of their home in San Jose's flooded neighborhoodsFlood evacuees anxious over conditions of their home in San Jose's flooded neighborhoods
STORM WATCH: Cleanup efforts begin in San Jose's flooded neighborhoodsCleanup efforts begin in San Jose's flooded neighborhoods
COYOTE CREEK FLOOD: San Jose evacuees return to damaged homesSan Jose evacuees return to damaged homes
Former Employees Say Public Storage Forces Bad Insurance On CustomersFormer Public Storage employees say regional managers received bonuses when the company's insurance was sold to customers. Julie Watts reports.
CBS Sports' Jim Spanarkel On #13 Florida-#11 Kentucky SEC RematchCBS Sports college basketball analyst Jim Spanarkel breaks down Florida-Kentucky, which may determine the SEC tournament's top seed.
Cal Blows Big Lead Against OregonGame-winning shots are becoming old hat for Oregon's Dillon Brooks. Doing it on the road to silence a partisan crowd was a bit of a change.
Eduardo Nunez Ready To Build On All-Star SeasonEduardo Nunez finally got a chance to play regularly last season — and made the most of it.
49ers Reportedly Targeting Redskins Quarterback Kirk CousinsCould the San Francisco 49ers come away from next week's NFL Combine with a new starting quarterback? NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah reported the 49ers are interested in Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins.
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 Busking At BART Stations To Grammy Winner -- Meet Fantastic NegritoA few years ago Fantastic Negrito was busking in BART stations. Now he's won his first Grammy for his debut album, 'The Last Days Of Oakland.'
Neiman Marcus Rolls Out Touchscreen Video Makeup Mirror In S.F.The beauty department at Neiman Marcus in San Francisco is getting its own makeover with a video-enabled makeup mirror that can text you with beauty tips.
Complaints Rise Over Colorado-Based Cremation Firm Operating Illegally In CaliforniaA cremation provider with a history of legal problems and unhappy customers is operating in California despite being ordered to stop.
U.S. Army Developing Drones to Dominate More Than Just the SkySome of the country’s brightest scientific minds have been focused on a broad research program, led by the Army Research Lab (ARL), to give birth to the next generation of drones.
'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.
New Documents Detail How Much Oakland Police Knew About Ghost ShipNewly released documents show Oakland Police knew in even greater detail just what was going on at the Ghost Ship warehouse, long before last year's deadly fire.
BART Seeks Bridge Toll Hike For New RailcarsBay Area Rapid Transit is looking to ask for another $1.5 billion as part of a bridge-toll increase that could go on Bay Area ballots as early as 2018.
Massive Chinese Food Emporium Set To Open In ChinatownThis 30,000 square ft. Chinese food emporium will feature two restaurants, a tea bar, a market, a cocktail bar and rooftop sushi, according to Dallas of Live 105.
7 of The Bay Area's Must-Go Oscar 2017 PartiesTo get into the glamorous Hollywood spirit, here are some places around the San Francisco Bay Area to party like a movie star!
Onetime SF Band Brings Psych To The Chapel For Noise PopFormer SF residents residents Moon Duo bring their droning, synth-driven psychedelic rock to the Chapel in San Francisco as part of the 25th anniversary edition of Noise Pop Thursday.
Genesis Tribute Act Offers Intricate Renditions Of Classic ToursGenesis tribute act the Musical Box celebrates the 40th anniversary of 'Selling England by the Pound' by presenting their stunning recreation of the theatrical prog-rock band's live show at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco.