Homeless Man Charged In Hate Crime Attack In Downtown BerkeleyA homeless man has been charged with assault with a deadly weapon and a hate crime enhancement for alleging attacking an Asian-American man with a rock in downtown Berkeley.
Pot Vendors Scramble to Unload Inventory Before New Rules Take EffectA big shakeup is coming to California's multi-billion-dollar recreational marijuana industry. Retailers are facing a major deadline which could cause a pot shortage.
Wildfire Concerns Mount As Sweltering Weekend ApproachesA high pressure system building off the Northern California coast will send both temperatures and the threat of wildfires soaring during the upcoming weekend.
Glide Supporters Rally In Face Of Pending Removal Of PastorsA Bay Area institution that is ready to go to battle to stay true to its mission rallied supporters in San Francisco on Thursday.
Man Found Shot Dead In South San Jose HomeA man was found shot dead inside a home in south San Jose Thursday afternoon, authorities said.
Leather Community Celebrates Designated District At This Year's SF PrideOne of San Francisco's most vibrant and unique LBGTQ communities will celebrate Pride this year with its own district.
Reform Advocates Seek To Oust SFPD Officer Involved In North Beach ShootingA group of police reform advocates are demanding that the San Francisco Police Commission and Police Chief William Scott fire an officer who appears to have shot a man in the back during a foot chase earlier this month in the city.
Charles Krauthammer, Prominent Conservative, Dies at 68Charles Krauthammer, a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and conservative pundit, died Thursday at age 68.
California Among States Planning To Sue Trump Administration Over Family SeparationsWashington and more than a half-dozen other states said Thursday that they plan to sue the Trump administration over a policy of separating immigrant families illegally entering the United States.

Politics

Charles Krauthammer, Prominent Conservative, Dies at 68Charles Krauthammer, a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and conservative pundit, died Thursday at age 68.
California Among States Planning To Sue Trump Administration Over Family SeparationsWashington and more than a half-dozen other states said Thursday that they plan to sue the Trump administration over a policy of separating immigrant families illegally entering the United States.
Workers File Racial Discrimination Claim Against Firm Building SF Office TowerThree black men filed a claim with the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing Thursday alleging that they were subjected to a racially hostile working environment and had their lives threatened while they were working at a new office tower in San Francisco.
Activist Artists Alter East Bay Billboard To Deliver Anti-ICE MessageUnder the cover of darkness, a group of Bay Area artists have altered a massive billboard on one the region's busiest stretches of highway to deliver their condemnation of President Donald Trump's immigration policies.
Audit Faults University Of California Sex Misconduct ProcessState auditors are faulting the University of California for not addressing sexual misconduct complaints on time and not disciplining faculty swiftly.
Facebook Campaign Reuniting Immigrant Families Won't Stop Despite Trump Policy ReversalA California couple who started a Facebook campaign to reunite immigrant families will not stop raising money -- despite President Donald Trump's recent reversal on separating families that cross the US border.

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Entertainment

Charles Krauthammer, Prominent Conservative, Dies at 68Charles Krauthammer, a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and conservative pundit, died Thursday at age 68.
Bay Area Artist Kehlani Set To Perform During San Francisco Pride WeekendAmid the weekend-long celebration of San Francisco Pride, a Bay Area favorite will entertain the crowds - Grammy-nominated artist Kehlani will perform Saturday night at the "Wild Things Queer Pride Party" in San Francisco.
Disney Names New Animation, Pixar Chiefs Post-LasseterWalt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn says Tuesday that Jennifer Lee and Pete Docter are taking over for former Disney animation and Pixar chief John Lasseter, who is departing Disney at the end of the year following misconduct allegations.
'Black Panther' Has Big Night At MTV Movie AwardsThe MTV Movie & TV Awards gave "Black Panther" its first taste of awards glory, with Marvel's blockbuster taking home four honors including two awards for its star, Chadwick Boseman.
'Incredibles 2': Theaters Post Warnings Due To Seizure ConcernsMoviegoers seeing Disney's "Incredibles 2" might notice some health-related warning signs posted regarding the film, which had the biggest box office opening for an animated movie ever.
CBS SF Talks To Brownout's Beto Martinez About New Public Enemy TributeBrownout guitarist Beto Martinez discusses his band's new album of Public Enemy instrumentals entitled 'Fear of a Brown Planet' and retiring the group's Brown Sabbath project ahead of four Bay Area dates.

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