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Former Playboy Model Says Trump Tried to Pay Her After Sex
A former Playboy model apologized to first lady Melania Trump for a 2006 affair she claims she had with Donald J. Trump that started with him offering her money after the first time they had sex.
'Potential' Dam Break In Tuolumne County Leads To Evacuations
A flash flood warning has been issued for south central Tuolumne County on Moccasin Creek after the operators of Moccasin Creek Dam reported the dam’s imminent failure Thursday afternoon.
Photos: The Who's Roger Daltrey Sings Classics At Fox Theater
Legendary singer for The Who Roger Daltrey sang band hits along with solo songs and rarities at the Fox Theater in Oakland Thursday night.
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Young Basketball Fan With Rare Disorder To Meet His Idol, Stephen Curry
A North Carolina boy with a rare disorder is about to get what he’s always wanted: a meeting with his favorite basketball player, Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry.
Green, Cook Lead Depleted Warriors Past Suns, 124-109
The severely depleted Warriors handed the Phoenix Suns their eighth straight loss and 23rd in 25 games, 124-109 on Saturday night.
Entire Raiders Project In Las Vegas To Exceed $2 Billion
The entire project that the Oakland Raiders are undertaking in Las Vegas, including a new stadium, training facility and headquarters, will cost more than $2 billion.
Raiders Sign WR Jordy Nelson, Release Michael Crabtree
The Raiders are shuffling wide receivers, signing free agent Jordy Nelson, releasing Michael Crabtree and signing a Stockton native, Tampa Bay running back Doug Martin, to a one-year contract.
Bay Area Organic Baker To Make Royal Wedding Cake For Meghan Markle & Prince Harry
The Bay Area's foodie culture will be front and center at the royal wedding reception for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Best Egg Rolls In San Francisco
A possible wait in line is part of the San Francisco experience when enjoying exceptionally good egg rolls in the city.
Bass Maestro Holds Forth At SFJAZZ Center
One of the most important musicians to emerge from the British jazz scene during the 1960s, legendary bassist Dave Holland comes to the SFJAZZ Center for four nights of music starting Thursday.
Kinetic Jazz Trio Returns To Great American Music Hall
Adventurous jazz trio Moon Hooch brings it's organic style of electronic dance music back to San Francisco for this headlining show at the Great American Music Hall Saturday night.
Best Family Events For Easter In San Francisco
Easter comes early this year on April 1, but spring season Easter events are right on time.
25 Gifts Under $25 That Will Make Your Life More Awesome
Skip the same old gift cards and give something truly unique for your next gift-giving occasion. The best part is you won't break the bank for these unusual finds.
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Best Easter Parades Across the US
A preview of five of the very best Easter Parades in America.
America's Most Beautiful Botanical Gardens
A brief preview of five of America's most beautiful botanic gardens in which to celebrate the advent of spring.
America's Best Irish Pubs
Home is where the Irish hang a hat, and these pubs are some of America's best. Even better when it's a family-run place where Celtic music and conviviality are on the menu along with the pints of Guinness.
Best Events Planned For International Women's Day 2018
Consider attending some of the best events planned in these featured cities for International Women's Day.
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Pacifica Pastor Serves Weekly Meal To Those In Need
For years, a Pacifica pastor has been serving food that fills the stomach and nourishes the spirit.
Skyline Garden Project Restores Native Plants To East Bay Trail
If you hike the Skyline Trail in the Berkeley Hills near Tilden Park, the view will astound you. But thanks to this week's Jefferson Award winner Glen Schneider, it's what is not there that has added to the beauty of this prized East Bay open space: invasive plants.
White Elephant Sale Helps Fund Oakland Museum
With a little humor and a whole lot of dedication, Judy Wilkinson is once again heading up Oakland's famed White Elephant Sale, a vast and varied shoppers' paradise that for nearly 60 years, has supported the Oakland Museum of California.
South Bay Teenager Donates Care Packages To Homeless Youth
Deep inside a supply closet at Oakland's REACH Academy sit boxes of toiletry items, all donated by Ethan Auyeung. The Los Gatos High School freshman has been donating toothpaste, lotions, socks, wash clothes, colored pencils, and even snacks to REACH"s students for over a year.
Bay Area Man's Opportunity Fund Giving Small Businesses A Leg Up
A Bay Area man has seen firsthand in his own family the need small business owners could have for micro-loans.
Nonprofit Teaches Kids To Code For Free
Teenager Rushil Kapadia was shocked to find that even in Silicon Valley, many students do not get any exposure to gaming, coding or programming until high school or even college. So he did something about it.
Boys And Girls Club Empowers Children Of Alameda
This week's Jefferson Award winner was given a choice as a child: join little league or the Boys Club. He didn't realize then, the choice he made would not only change his life, but the lives of countless other children in the future.
Baseball Academy Inspires Young Players
When a high school baseball player realized how few little league players were going on to play in high school, he took action. This week's Jefferson Award winner created a non-profit baseball academy to help inspire young players and nurture their love of the game.
2018 Jefferson Awards Medal Ceremony
The 2017 Bay Area Jefferson Award winners collected their medals at a ceremony at San Francisco's Herbst Theatre on Wednesday evening. KPIX 5's Sharon Chin and Allen Martin hosted.
Vine Village Cares For The Developmentally Disabled
Finding care for a child with disabilities is, at the very least, challenging. So 45 years ago, when two Bay Area families decided to start a facility to care for their developmentally disabled family members and others, no one had any idea if it would work. This week's Jefferson Award winner is living proof that it did work, and has been a huge success.
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