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Search For Escaped Inmate Intensifies After Stockton ShootoutAcross Northern California Wednesday law enforcement officers mounted a tense manhunt for escaped inmate John Bivins, who fled in a green 1999 Ford Explorer after a CHP officer fired shots at him.
Patty Hearst Documentary Producer: 'Jury Will Always Be Out' On HearstProducer Tom Jennings discusses his documentary on Patty Hearst.
Girl Scouts Warn Against Forced Holiday HugsThe Girl Scouts of America asked parents to not make their daughters give hugs or kisses to relatives if they don’t want to.
VIDEO: North Korean Soldier Makes Dramatic Dash For FreedomA North Korean soldier races for the border in a jeep and then on foot before his former comrades shoot him at least five times as he limps into South Korea.
Flat-Earther To Launch Himself In Homemade Rocket To See Planet's Shape61-year-old Mike Hughes has spent the last few years building his own steam-powered rocket out of whatever he would find.
Modern Twist On The Three Bears Fairy Tale The fairy tale 'The Three Bears' has taken on a whole new meaning for Placer County Deputy Don Nevins.
US Navy Plane With 11 Aboard Crashes Into PacificEight people were rescued and three remained missing after a U.S. Navy plane crashed into the western Pacific Ocean on Wednesday, the Navy said.
San Francisco Targeting Below-Market-Rate Housing CheatersIt's apparently easy to abuse San Francisco's below-market-rate housing program once you get your foot in the door, as we uncovered in our investigation.
Dad Picked Up By ICE Six Months Ago Finally Reunites With Wife, KidsIt was an emotional reunion when a Bay Area father who was taken into ICE custody when he showed up for work 6 months ago, reunited with his wife and children.

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San Francisco Targeting Below-Market-Rate Housing CheatersIt's apparently easy to abuse San Francisco's below-market-rate housing program once you get your foot in the door, as we uncovered in our investigation.
Change-Of-Address Fraud: Easy For Crooks, Hard For Consumers To FixKPIX has learned the problem of mail change-of-address fraud may be much bigger than the U.S. Postal Service has been willing to admit.
Alameda County Discourages Truancy By Holding Parents AccountableWith an alarmingly high number of truant students in Alameda County, officials are taking a tough-love approach toward parents whose kids miss too many school days.
Data Often Left Unsecured As More Companies Rely On Cloud-Based SystemsIt's part of our mobile-connected lifestyle: storing much of our personal information on the cloud as backup to keep it safe. But the cloud has leaks that have put millions of Americans’ private information at risk.
Majority Of Towed Vehicles In San Jose Abandoned By OwnersThe vast majority of cars towed away off the streets of San Jose are never claimed by their owners because it's too expensive to retrieve them, and workable solutions don't appear close at hand.
San Jose Rethinking Towing Industry Practices As Abandoned Vehicles Pile UpThere is a push to reassess the process of towing cars in San Jose in order to reduce the number of abandoned vehicles in the city's tow yards.
Driver Fees Could Be Radical Solution For Livermore Valley GridlockIt's the commute that now famously starts before dawn, streaming out of the Central Valley, over the Altamont Pass and down into the Livermore Valley.

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