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Oakland Mayor Says She'll Go To Jail To Protect Sanctuary City PolicyMayor Libby Schaaf said Wednesday she would risk going to jail if needed in her opposition to ICE raids.
PG&E Urged To Refund Ratepayers Following Tax Law OverhaulState regulators are calling on utility companies to pay it forward by passing on their savings from the tax law overhaul to customers, but Pacific Gas and Electric is pushing back.
Undocumented UC Berkeley Student Arrested At Border Checkpoint FreedLuis Mora, a University of California at Berkeley pre-law student arrested last month at a U.S. Customs and Border Protection checkpoint near San Diego, was released from federal custody Wednesday after nearly three weeks in a private prison facility.
Authorities Investigating Critical Injury Collision In AntiochAt least one major injury was reported in a crash Wednesday afternoon near the Somersville Town Center in Antioch, a Contra Costa County Fire Protection District dispatcher said.
Once Pot Friendly Calaveras County Bans MarijuanaA previously pot friendly rural Northern California county has reversed course and banned commercial marijuana farms, paving the way for lawsuits from growers who previously received permits and paid taxes.
Alameda County Deputy Arrested For Alleged Role In Inmate BeatingAn Alameda County Sheriff's deputy was arrested Wednesday for his part in the alleged criminal assault of a Santa Rita Jail inmate, according to authorities.
Senators Grill Social Media Companies Over Terrorist PostsLawmakers grilled executives Facebook, Google's YouTube and Twitter on Wednesday about what the companies are doing to prevent terrorists from using their platforms to spread propaganda and recruit new followers.
Two Wounded In Napa Shooting Spree; Suspect In CustodyA suspect has been arrested following a Wednesday morning shooting spree in Napa that left a man in his 20s and another in his 60s hospitalized with gunshot wounds.
Apple Plans New Campus, 20,000 New Hires After Tax Law OverhaulApple is planning to build another corporate campus and hire 20,000 workers during the next five years as part of a $350 billion commitment to the U.S. economy.

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Jan Wahl Movie Review: 'Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool' and 'Phantom Thread'AUDIO: This week, Entertainment Reporter Jan Wahl reviews the 1950's drama starring Daniel Day-Lewis and a story of romance set in Britain, starring Jamie Bell and Annette Bening...
Jan Wahl Movie Review: 'The Post'AUDIO: This week, Entertainment Reporter Jan Wahl reviews Steven Spielberg's media drama starring Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep...
Madden: Raiders Season A Big DisappointmentFrom Super Bowl dreams to ending up below 500 -- the Raiders season has been a big disappointment.
Foodie Chap With Matt Stamp & Ryan Stetin of Compline In NapaEnjoy Liam's chat with two guys, Matt and Ryan with a massive passion for food and wine and they want to share it with you...
Jan Wahl Movie Review: 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' & 'Call Me By Your Name'AUDIO: This week, Entertainment Reporter Jan Wahl reviews the epic 8th installment of the 'Star Wars' saga...
Record Travel Predicted Over The Holiday SeasonMost will travel by car... with about 97 million people expected to take to the roads...
Looming FEMA Deadline Hovers Over Napa Fire VictimsLast minute applicants stopped by the local government help centers to see what help may be available to them. KCBS's Jeffrey Schaub was there to talk to the curious.
Janelle Monae Explores Surveillance In Her 1st Art ExhibitThe singer is exploring the intersection between technology and surveillance in a new art installation she created in partnership with the women's website Refinery 29...

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PG&E Urged To Refund Ratepayers Following Tax Law OverhaulState regulators are calling on utility companies to pay it forward by passing on their tax cut savings to customers. But Andrea Nakano reports PG&E is pushing back. (1/16/18)
Ryan Presses Dems To Back Funding Bill To Avoid Government ShutdownWeijia Jiang reports on House Republican leaders pushing for short-term spending bill to keeping government open (1-17-2018)
Data Helps Zero In On Worst Blocks In San Francisco For Car Break-InsA Bay Area parking app company recently compiled data on where not to park in San Francisco. Sharon Chin reports. (1/16/18)
CHP Officer On Parked Motorcycle Struck By Suspected DUI DriverA CHP officer who was struck by a vehicle and pinned under another vehicle managed to call 911. The driver who hit him was arrested for DUI. Christin Ayers reports. (1/16/18)
7 Adults, 5 Juveniles Arrested In San Jose Crime SpreeMembers of a violent gang allegedly responsible for dozens of robberies, carjackings and a shooting in San Jose since last summer, arrested. Betty Yu reports. (1/16/18)
Bay Area Girl Falls Through Gap At Petaluma SMART Train StationA young girl fell through the gap and onto the tracks. The girl was rescued without any major injuries, but the girl's mother is calling for change. Joe Vazquez reports. (1/16/18)
High School Student Paralyzed From Neck Down After Wrestling Match InjuryA high school community is rallying around an East bay teenager who suffered a life-changing injury. Juliette Goodrich tells us Ryan Joseph is not paralyzed from the neck down..
Digital Ads Cover News Racks On San Francisco's Market StreetAbout 60 news racks across downtown San Francisco have been transformed into digital ad space. Jackie Ward reports. (1/16/18)
California Legislators Propose Greater Wildfire Insurance ProtectionCalifornia lawmakers are taking steps to protect Californians from the suffering that follows a wildfire. Emily Turner reports. (1/16/18)

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