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Alley For Sale In San Francisco May Be Best Deal In TownAnother day, another outrageous San Francisco real estate listing. This one's a sweetheart of a deal, really -- only $35,000.
Funky-Smelling Silicon Valley Tap Water Caused By Delta Algae BloomWater officials in Silicon Valley are warning residents that the water coming out of their taps may be smelly and dirty, but it’s still safe to drink.
Amazon Picks Richmond For Latest Bay Area Expansion SpotAmazon has signed another East Bay industrial lease - in Richmond this time, further expanding its warehouse space in the Bay Area.
SF Supes Approve Ban On Sale Of Styrofoam ProductsThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved a comprehensive ban on the sale of polystyrene, or Styrofoam, in the city.
Apple Working On Ways To Turn Off iPhone Cameras In Certain LocationsApple’s latest patent describes a way to block the iPhone’s camera functions while at a concert, making it useless as a recording device.
Tobacco-Related Illnesses Killing More Blacks Than AIDS, Violence & Other CancersSome African-American public health leaders say too many Black people are dying from tobacco-related diseases, and feel that not much attention has been paid to the issue.
266 Crashes Linked To Confusing Shifters Like One Found In Jeep That Crushed Star Trek Actor, NHTSA FindsA government investigation into confusing gear shifters like the one in the SUV that crushed and killed Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin found 266 crashes that injured 68 people.
Volkswagen Will Pay To $15.3 Billion In Emissions Cheating SettlementVolkswagen will spend up to $15.3 billion after being caught in an emissions cheating scandal, in what lawyers are calling the largest auto-related class-action settlement in U.S. history.
Ikea Recalls 29 Million Dressers After 6 Children Killed, Dozens InjuredIkea is recalling 29 million chests and dressers that can easily tip over and trap children underneath.
Airbnb Sues San Francisco Over New Rules Imposed On CompanyAirbnb filed suit against San Francisco in federal court Monday over recently approved legislation requiring short-term rental companies to verify that hosts are registered with the city.
Pepsi Putting Aspartame Back Into Some Diet DrinksPepsiCo is putting aspartame back in some of its diet beverages less than a year after pulling the artificial sweetener as part of a marketing move over safety concerns.
43 Million Americans Estimated To Hit The Roads For July 4th WeekendIt’s going to be a busy holiday weekend on the nation’s highways.

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