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Real ID Application Process Opens At California DMV OfficesStarting Monday, Californians can start applying for the federally compliant "Real ID."
Netflix Adds A Record 8 Million Subscribers In 4th QuarterNetflix said Monday it added more than 8 million net subscribers in the fourth quarter of 2017, marking the strongest quarterly subscription gains in its history.
Harris, Progressives Fume After Vote To End Government ShutdownProgressive groups were incensed by the Senate's 81-18 vote Monday to reopen the government at the urging of Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer.
SF DA Won't File Charges Against Transgender Woman Arrested In Domestic Violence CaseProsecutors in San Francisco Monday said they will not be filing charges against a transgender woman arrested Friday on suspicion of domestic violence but who has supporters who said she had been defending herself.
Belmont Police Search For Shooting Suspect Still At LargePolice Monday identified three suspects -- including one who is still being sought -- in a shooting Wednesday in Belmont that left a man injured.
Mexican Uber Driver In US Illegally Charged With 4 RapesA Mexican Uber driver living in the U.S. illegally was charged Monday with raping, assaulting and robbing young women in California, prosecutors said.
Serial Stowaway Artist Marilyn Hartman Sneaks Onto Chicago-To-London FlightA 66-year-old suburban Chicago woman with a history of trying to sneak onto airline flights managed to slip past security and took a flight from O'Hare International Airport to London earlier this week.
US Orders Extra Air Cargo Screening For Flights From MideastU.S. authorities issued an emergency order Monday requiring additional screening of cargo on flights departing for the United States from five Mideast countries, citing a threat of terrorism.
Fewer Suicides On Golden Gate Bridge With Officer Patrols Officials say the number of people jumping to their deaths from the Golden Gate Bridge has decreased after the addition of five officers whose job is to spot suicidal people.

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SF DA Won't File Charges Against Transgender Woman Arrested In Domestic Violence CaseProsecutors in San Francisco Monday said they will not be filing charges against a transgender woman arrested Friday on suspicion of domestic violence but who has supporters who said she had been defending herself.
Belmont Police Search For Shooting Suspect Still At LargePolice Monday identified three suspects -- including one who is still being sought -- in a shooting Wednesday in Belmont that left a man injured.
Fewer Suicides On Golden Gate Bridge With Officer Patrols Officials say the number of people jumping to their deaths from the Golden Gate Bridge has decreased after the addition of five officers whose job is to spot suicidal people.
Castro Street Sidewalk Careening Driver Arrested For Attempted MurderPolice arrested a 70-year-old man who drove his van onto the sidewalk on Castro Street Saturday, hitting parking meters, trees and a deli storefront on suspicion of crimes including attempted murder.
S.F. Activist Group Wants Empress of China Building to Be 1st Chinese American MuseumA group of Chinatown activists is quietly exploring buying the landmark six-story Empress of China building to house what would be the first museum in the U.S. devoted to Chinese American history.
Hundreds of Thousands Turn Out for Women's Marches Across Bay Area and CaliforniaHundreds of thousands of women's marchers amassed at parks and city halls throughout California on Saturday to condemn sexual harassment, violence against women and the presidency of Donald Trump.

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