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Building That In-Law Unit For Granny Gets EasierThe city-by-city patchwork of often-maddening rules that govern whether you can have a legal In-law apartment are about to change with a new statewide law that’s designed to create more affordable rental housing.
California To Require Background Checks For Uber, Lyft DriversCalifornia will require Uber and Lyft to conduct background checks on all drivers and lay off certain criminals beginning in 2017.
Yosemite Chief Retiring Amid Complaints Of Hostile WorkplaceOfficials say the head of Yosemite National Park is retiring following employee allegations that he created a hostile workplace by allowing bullying, harassment and other misconduct.
1 Dead, 100 Hurt In New Jersey Commuter Train CrashA 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.

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Train Packed With Commuters Plows Into Hoboken Rail StationJamie Yuccas reports on deadly commuter train accident at Hoboken station (9-29-2016)
Firefighters Increase Containment, But Loma Fire Continues To GrowMaria Medina reports latest from the front lines of the Loma Fire in the Santa Cruz Mountains (9-29-2016)
Obama Says He Respects Kaepernick’s Rights In Anthem Protest; Audio ExcerptPresident Barack Obama said at a CNN presidential town hall Wednesday that he respected Colin Kaepernick’s decision not to stand during the national anthem.
Tensions High At UC Hastings Race And Policing Panel; Audio ExcerptUC Hastings held a panel discussion on race and policing on Wednesday. San Francisco interim police chief Toney Chaplin, Bay Area officials, and audience members reportedly had heated exchanges during the event.
Early Testing Underway For Dungeness Crab Season; Audio ExcerptThe fate of the Dungeness crab season will reportedly hang on the test results coming out of an East Bay lab. With the beginning of the season approaching in November, the California Department of Public Health has begun safety tests on Dungeness crab a few weeks earlier than usual.
H.B. Movie Review "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children"A thriller for all ages, Hooman and Bryn review 'Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children', a movie that stretches the boundaries of magic, mystery, and gore. Surprisingly, the kids in this story find themselves in a world of danger, where only their peculiar abilities can save them. 'Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children' stars Eva Green, Asa Butterfield, and Samuel L. Jackson; directed by Tim Burton.
Artists Offer Glimpse of Market Street Transformed By 'LIGHTRAIL'The team behind 'The Bay Lights' is hoping to shed some new light on Market Street with a project called 'LIGHTRAIL.' To help generate momentum they've created an immersive demonstration of how the light tube installation could change the city's central boulevard. Wilson Walker reports.

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WATCH: Kevin Durant And Klay Thompson Trade Off Draining 3-PointersIf watching these two sharp-shooters doesn't get you excited to see the Warriors take the court this year, then nothing will.
Olympic Legends Smith, Carlos Support Kaepernick Tommie Smith and John Carlos were proud to raise their gloved fists in a symbolic protest at the Olympics, and now they're proud that Colin Kaepernick and other athletes are staging national anthem protests.
Posey Comes Up Short During 9th-Inning RallyJeff 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.

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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.

From The KCBS Radio Newsroom

Building That In-Law Unit For Granny Gets EasierThe city-by-city patchwork of often-maddening rules that govern whether you can have a legal In-law apartment are about to change with a new statewide law that’s designed to create more affordable rental housing.
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.

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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...
Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Brings Masses To GG ParkOne of the most celebrated music festivals in the Bay Area and the nation, the annual Hardly Strictly Bluegrass brings a free three-day celebration of music to Golden Gate Park this weekend.
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.

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