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SF Powell Street BART Station Closed After Train Strikes, Kills PersonTrains are not being allowed to stop at the Powell Street station, causing major system delays.
Late Sign-Ups Show Obamacare Clinging to Life in Trump EraA deadline burst of sign-ups after a tumultuous year for the Obama health law has revealed continued demand for the program's subsidized individual health plans. But ACA troubles aren't over.
1 Dead in Watsonville Shooting Friday NightThe victim was found suffering from multiple gunshot wounds on W. Beach Street and was later pronounced dead, police said.
Man Killed in Dublin Freeway Crash May Have Committed SuicideThe incident was initially reported around 8:30 p.m. on the connector from southbound Interstate 680 to westbound I-580 close to the Dublin Pleasanton BART station.
9 More Women Report Sexual Misconduct by Federal Judge in San FranciscoThe latest allegations against Judge Alex Kozinski of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals go back decades and include women who met him at events, according to a report in the Washington Post.
Army of Firefighters Battles Still-Growing Southern California WildfireThe fourth-largest wildfire in California history continues to grow and threaten thousands of homes despite armies of fire crews and fleets of bulldozers and aircraft.
Wealthy Silicon Valley Home Buyers Squeezed in Luxury Housing CrunchThe housing crunch in pricey Silicon Valley is not only hitting those who are barely scraping by. Even millionaires are not making money fast enough to keep up with the surging real estate market.
Windy Conditions, Low Humidity Trigger Red Flag Warning In Bay AreaCounty officials, cities and fire agencies were urging Bay Area residents to take precautions in light of the red flag fire warnings in effect Friday night through Sunday morning.
Piedmont 8th Grader Arrested For Allegedly Threatening SchoolAn eighth-grade boy is being charged with making criminal threats against a school in Piedmont, police said Friday.

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California Issues Recreational Marijuana Licenses to Local DispensariesThe state issued the first few licenses to sell recreational marijuana beginning in January. One of those businesses is in Santa Cruz and Maria Medinat talked with the firm's founder on Friday. (12-15-17)
Man Bitten by Sea Lion at SF Aquatic Park Describes AttackTwo swimmers were attacked by a sea lion near Aquatic Park in San Francisco within a 24-hour period, Thursday and Friday. Christin Ayers talked to one of the victims -- Christian Einfeldt. (12-15-17)
Bay Area Man, Detained for 6 Months by ICE, Released in Time for ChristmasHugo Mejia, an undocumented Bay Area father, spent several months in federal custody. On Friday, he celebrated his freedom with those who made that happen. Andria Borba reports from Marin County. (12-15-17)
Bay Area Pot Dispensary Gears Up for Green Rush in New YearNew Year Day is also being called "Green Monday" That's when the sale of recreational marijuana becomes legal in California. KPIX 5's Jessica Flores visits one pot club that just got the new license required to start selling on Jan. 1. (12-15-17)
Galileo Academy Lions Pin High Hopes on Short QBVern Glenn goes toe-to-toe (actually, back-to-back) with Adrian Poot, the shortest guy on the Galileo Lion football team. (12-15-17)
Food for Bay Area Families: Central Garden & Pet Donates to Food Bank of Contra Costa & SolanoNiko Lahanas, with Central Garden & Pet presented a check for $10,000 to Larry Sly, with the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano. (12-15-17)

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