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Commuter Train Crashes Into Station In New JerseyA commuter train from New York barreled into a New Jersey rail station during the Thursday morning rush hour, causing serious damage to both the train and station.
Pets Potentially More At Risk If Recreational Marijuana Law PassesOn November 8th, Californians will decide whether to legalize marijuana for adult recreational use. But with the latest Field poll showing Proposition 64 ahead by a two-to-one margin, there's a growing concern about an unintended consequence - more cases of dogs digesting cannabis products.
Firefighters Gain On Loma Fire In Santa Cruz MountainsFirefighters start to gain on Loma Fire in the Santa Cruz Mountains, which had burned 2,865 acres and was 22 percent contained Wednesday night.
New Surveillance Cameras Installed At Scene Of Oakland Double HomicideIt took a recent double homicide at East Oakland's Cesar Chavez Park to prompt the city to finally take action and install new surveillance cameras that work.

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Loma Fire Grows To Nearly 4,000 AcresCal Fire announced Thursday that the Loma Fire in the Santa Cruz Mountains has grown to nearly 4,000 acres. While cooler weather has helped firefighters, expected winds could pose a new challenge. Maria Medina reports. (9/29/16)
Pets Potentially More At Risk If Recreational Marijuana Law PassesThere's a growing concern about an unintended consequence of marijuana legalization - more cases of dogs digesting cannabis products. Cate Cauguiran reports. (9/28/16)
Suspect Sketch Released In San Francisco Pokemon Go MurderSan Francisco police released a sketch of a suspect in the murder of a man playing Pokemon Go. Veronica De La Cruz reports. (9/28/16)
Firefighters Gain On Loma Fire With 22 Percent ContainmentWhile firefighters have gained on the Loma Fire, many residents wait in limbo. Joe Vazquez reports. (9/28/16)
New Surveillance Cameras Installed At Scene Of Oakland Double HomicideNew cameras installed after non-operational surveillance cameras failed to record a dual homicide in an East Oakland park. Juliette Goodrich reports. (9/28/16)
New Surveillance Cameras Installed At Oakland ParkNew cameras installed after non-operational surveillance cameras failed to record a dual homicide in an East Oakland park. Juliette Goodrich reports. (9/28/16)
San Jose Trash Dumpers Needlessly Risk Big FinesSan Jose trash dumpers risk big fines despite the city's offer to haul away big items, for free. Len Ramirez reports. (9/28/16)

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Playoff Hopeful San Francisco Giants Lose 2-0 to Colorado RockiesJeff Samardzija gave San Francisco a chance to grab momentum after a big offensive outburst a night earlier, but the playoff-hopeful Giants wasted it with a costly dud in a 2-0 loss to the Colorado Rockies.
NFL Picks Week 4: Vikings Remain Perfect While Jaguars Grab First WinThe Vikings will move to 4-0, the Ravens will lose their first game of the year and the Jaguars will pick up their first win of the season in the process.
Actor & Rapper 'Common' Compares Colin Kaepernick To Muhammad Ali"I truly relate to what Colin Kaepernick is doing," Common said.
CBS Sports’ Dan Fouts Talks Dolphins-Bengals On TNF, Bills-Pats SundayDan Fouts, CBS Sports analyst and Hall of Fame quarterback, discusses the Dolphins-Bengals on TNF and Bills-Pats on Sunday in Week 4.

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Trash From Homeless Camps Blowing Onto South Bay FreewaysCaltrans is moving to clean up homeless camps around South Bay freeways after trash blamed on homeless camps has blown onto the highways creating traffic problems and eyesores.
Battle Brewing Over Public Access To Crystal Springs TrailsThe battle over how hikers will access some of the most beautiful trails in the Bay Area above the Crystal Springs Reservoir is getting serious.
California Child Credit Freeze Legislation Signed Into LawCalifornia parents now have a new tool to protect kids from identity theft thanks to a new law just signed on Friday by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Human Germs, Bacteria Seen As Weapons In War Against CancerBay Area scientists are on the hunt to discover how a person's own germs may be the best medicine in the war against cancer.
Violence Plagues Large San Jose Homeless EncampmentThere’s a reason Sergio Estrada keeps a ladder in his backyard.
Oakland Scrambles To Install Functional Park Surveillance CamerasThe city of Oakland has promised to install a new surveillance system in Cesar Chavez Park to replace one that has been non-operational.
Napa Valley Vintner Brings Robotics To Winemaking ProcessWith harvest season underway in Wine Country, one vineyard is using robots to help make the perfect bottle.

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Unruly Passengers Disrupting More Flights Than Ever, Trade Group SaysA global airline trade group says the number of incidents of unruly passengers on planes is increasing, and it’s calling for more effective deterrents.
Special Ed Kids Fed Bleach At Fresno SchoolSchool officials in the central California city of Fresno say they're investigating how two special-education children were given a bleach solution through their feeding tubes.
Martin Shkreli Auctions Off Chance To Punch Him In The FaceEmbattled pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli is giving some people what they want - a chance to punch him in the face.
San Francisco Looks To Build Housing For Its TeachersOne day after Governor Brown signed a bill allowing it, the San Francisco school district is looking to build housing for its employees.

Eat.See.Play

McDonald’s Japan Unveils Chocolate Pumpkin FriesForget the Starbuck's Pumpkin Spice Latte, McDonald's in Japan features Chocolate Pumpkin French Fries, reports Alice@97.3!
Foodie Chap Visits Chef John Griffiths At Bluestem BrasserieLiam met with Chef Griffiths at Bluestem for their Foodie Chap chat, where really good food and conviviality go hand in hand. Enjoy the conversation and the delish recipe here...
Best Ways To Get Involved With Breast Cancer Awareness Month In The Bay AreaOctober is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, with tons of information to highlight not only the disease and the lives it affects, but also the opportunities to join in the efforts for education, research and funding. Awareness is a start to finding a cure to breast cancer one day soon.
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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