Protesters Demand Co-Owner/Chef Of Popular Oakland Restaurants Resign Amid Harassment AllegationsEmployees gathered in front of a popular Oakland restaurant Saturday night to demand its co-owner/chef step down amid numerous allegations of sexual harassment.
Storm Brewing Over Storm Drain RepairsHomeowners in Contra Costa County were shocked to learn they are responsible for leaking sewage pipes under or near their property. The repairs can cost tens of thousands of dollars.
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.
Woman Dies In 2-Alarm Condo Fire In MartinezA woman died in a fire in a condominium building Saturday morning in Martinez.
Driver Hurt After Swerving His Van Onto Sidewalk in S.F. Castro DistrictA van drove onto the sidewalk on Castro Street near Market Street around 3:15 p.m. Saturday, striking several parking meters and damaging a deli, police said.
Woodland Man Arrested In Fairfield Machete AttackA 44-year-old Woodland man has been arrested for attacking an elderly Fairfield with machete leaving him in life-threatening condition and hacking off his thumb.
Gov. Brown Denies Parole for Manson Follower Leslie Van HoutenGov. Jerry Brown once again denied parole Friday for Leslie Van Houten, the youngest follower of murderous cult leader Charles Manson.
As Government Shutdown Begins, Blame Game Revs UpThe Republican-controlled Congress scheduled an unusual weekend session to begin considering a three-week version of a short-term spending measure and Pres. Trump tweeted that Democrats "wanted to give me a nice present" to mark the start of his second year in office.
CHP Officer Investigating Accident Struck by Car on Hwy 101 in San JoseA California Highway Patrol officer investigating a traffic collision in San Jose was injured Friday night when he was struck by a vehicle.

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Storm Brewing Over Storm Drain RepairsHomeowners in Contra Costa County were shocked to learn they are responsible for leaking sewage pipes under or near their property. The repairs can cost tens of thousands of dollars.
As Government Shutdown Begins, Blame Game Revs UpThe Republican-controlled Congress scheduled an unusual weekend session to begin considering a three-week version of a short-term spending measure and Pres. Trump tweeted that Democrats "wanted to give me a nice present" to mark the start of his second year in office.
Government Shuts Down After Senate Negotiations Fizzle; Trump Calls Democrats 'Losers'The federal government shut down at the stroke of midnight Friday, marring the one-year anniversary of Pres. Trump's inauguration in a striking display of Washington dysfunction.
Tabloid Held Back Porn Star's 2011 Account of Alleged Affair with TrumpIn Touch magazine published its interview with porn actor Stormy Daniels on Friday -- more than 6 years after Trump's attorney told In Touch's general counsel that Trump would pursue legal action if the story was printed.
Supreme Court To Rule On Trump Travel BanThe Supreme Court agreed Friday to decide the legality of the latest version of President Donald Trump's ban on travel to the United States by residents of six majority-Muslim countries.
Shutdown Deadline Nears; No Accord In Trump-Schumer MeetingPresident Donald Trump and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer met Friday afternoon in an eleventh-hour effort to avert a government shutdown.

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S.F. Couple Recounts Harrowing, Mistaken Arrest by Police Investigating iPhone HeistHe looked nothing like the suspects' descriptions but that didn't stop S.F. police from forcibly arresting a man and searching his home for stolen iPhones while his wife sat on a sofa wrapped in a bath towel.
Bay Area Shut Out In Quest For New Amazon HeadquartersAmazon announced Thursday the cities that have made its first cut for the location of its new second headquarters. Noticeably absent was the Bay Area.
California Lawmaker Sounds Alarm On Computer Chip Security FlawsA California congressman warns of widespread computer chip flaws that may expose individuals, businesses and government to data theft.
Tech Worker Buses Targeted On Bay Area FreewaySix buses charted by two major Bay Area tech companies to get employees to and from work were recently targeted by someone launching projectiles at the vehicles as they traveled on Interstate 280, authorities said.
6,000 Short-Term Rentals Disappear From San Francisco Almost OvernightA new law in San Francisco is cracking down on landlords turning homes into hotels during a housing crisis. Thousands of illegal listings on sites like Airbnb and FlipKey are already gone.
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.

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Nature: AlligatorsWe leave you this Sunday Morning at Myakka River State Park in Sarasota, Florida. Watch out for 'gators! Videographer: David Bhagat
Calendar: Week of January 22From Oscar nominations to the unveiling of the next generation of manned spacecraft, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.
Quiet, please! Dawn Turner on the racket of modern lifeTwenty years ago, journalist Dawn Turner moved to a house in the country. Now she's back in the city, and has discovered how disquieting noise can be. Is it misophonia (a brain anomaly that explains why some people have an incredibly heightened sensitivity to certain sounds)? Or are city sounds just too darn much?
Goat Yoga, the latest crazeWhat's cuter than a baby farm animal? How about a baby farm animal joining in a yoga class? Luke Burbank ventures to a class where joy means a new element added to a yoga routine: tiny goats. He also explores how goats have been taking over social media.
Eternal lunch dateFor years, retired mechanic Clarence Purvis had lunch with his wife six days a week at a restaurant in Reidsville, Ga. She remains his ever-present lunch date even though she died four years ago. Steve Hartman reports on the deepest of loves.
Guantanamo detainee art"Ode to the Sea," an exhibition at New York's John Jay College of Criminal Justice, might look like an ordinary art show, except for the fact that the artists are men who have been detained at the military prison at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba. Tony Dokoupil talks with the show's co-curator, and with the parents of people who lost their lives on 9/11, about art that speaks to freedom beyond prison walls.

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