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AC/DC's Malcolm Young Dead at 64Malcolm Young, the rhythm guitarist and guiding force behind the bawdy hard rock band AC/DC has died. Young co-founded AC/DC with his brother Angus in 1973.
Entercom Radio Enters New Era In Bay Area RadioBig day for Bay Area radio as CBS Radio and Entercom Communications complete merger...
49ers Goodwin Talks About Overcoming Family TragedySan Francisco 49ers receiver Marquise Goodwin and his wife, Morgan, talk about the heart-wrenching loss of their infant son.
Jan Wahl Movie Review: 'Wonder'AUDIO: This week, Jan reviews the family drama, "Wonder" starring Jacob Tremblay, Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson, Sonia Braga and Mandy Patinkin.
Neil Young Online Archive Set For December LaunchThe archive opening will coincide with the release of Young's new album 'The Visitor.'
After Online Vote, Australian Ferry Will Be Named 'Ferry McFerryface'The silly name was chosen after 15,000 suggestions were made in the city's "Name Your Ferry" competition.
Oakland Hills Firestorm Survivors Share Tips On Preventative LandscapingWhat the Oakland Hills Fires can teach us what thoughtful landscaping can prevent disaster. KCBS' Doug Sovern reports.
Madden: Russell Wilson Only NFL Quarterback Who Could Have Made That PlaySeattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson's amazing scramble and 54-yard pass against the Arizona Cardinals had people in awe, including coach John Madden.
Jan Wahl Movie Review: 'Orient Express,' 'Last Flag Flying' & 'Rose Marie' DocumentaryWill 'Murder on the Orient Express' be a trainwreck or will it make it's destination? Find out as Jan Wahl reviews the Kenneth Branagh remake, a documentary on comedienne Rose Marie and the post-war drama starring Steve Carell.
Twitter Increases Character Limits To 280AUDIO: It's an idea that many in the tech world either love or hate...Twitter is doubling the length limit of tweets. Users will now be able to use up to 280 characters.
Oakland Firefighter & Wine Country Fires Victim Bounces BackAUDIO: KCBS reporter Holly Quan checks back with one victim an Oakland firefighter who's just settling his family into temporary housing this week.
Facebook Wants Your Nude Pics Now To Stop Revenge Porn LaterFacebook is testing a controversial new strategy they claim will help protect its users from becoming victims of revenge porn.

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