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Planned Ann Coulter Visit To UC Berkeley Has Organizers Fearing Another BacklashThe planned visit by firebrand conservative commentator Ann Coulter to the University of California, Berkeley has officials and organizers worrying about a repeat of the rioting which greeted Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopolous.
California Traffic Ticket Amnesty Program EndingIt’s almost the end of the road for a program that helped Californians pay off old traffic tickets.
White House Proposes Immediate Cuts To Pell Grants, HIV Research, Food AssistanceThe White House is proposing an immediate $18 billion in cuts to programs that aim to promote education, scientific research, and diplomacy.
6 Suspects In East Bay Robbery Spree Face Attempted Murder ChargesSix men already charged in a rash of robberies and home invasions in the East Bay last year have now been charged with attempted murder in the shooting of Orinda school board member Carol Brown.
DA Angry With Ruling In East Palo Alto Landlord CaseAn East Palo Alto landlord was sentenced to probation, community service and a fine Wednesday for attempting to drive poor tenants out of his complex.
Gas Tax Hike To Fund Gov. Brown's $52 Billion Plan To Fix California's RoadsCalifornia's governor and legislative leaders on Wednesday proposed raising $52 billion to fix the state's roads through a big gasoline tax increase, higher car registration fees and a charge on emission-free vehicles.
Samsung Looks To Galaxy S8 Phone To Dispel Note 7 DebacleSamsung seems to be playing it safe -at least with its battery - as it unveils its first major smartphone since the embarrassing recall of its fire-prone Note 7.
Young Boy Dies After Being Swept Out To Sea Off CarmelA nine-year-old boy who was swept into the waters off Carmel was pronounced dead shortly after he arrived at the hospital, Cal Fire officials said.
Marin Congressional Candidate Endures Anti-Semitic Trolls Long After VoteOne morning near the end of her long-shot congressional campaign, 25-year-old Erin Schrode rolled over in bed, reflexively checked her cellphone - and burst into tears.
San Francisco Millennium Tower HOA Files New Lawsuit Over Sinking SkyscraperLawyers representing the sinking San Francisco Millennium Tower homeowners’ association announced a lawsuit against the developer on Wednesday.
Uber Diversity: Low On Women, Like Other Tech Companies Uber's first report on employee diversity shows low numbers for women, especially in technical positions.
1 Dead, 2 Wounded In San Francisco Street Shooting A woman was dead and two other men suffered leg wounds when a gunman opened fire in San Francisco's Oceanview neighborhood Wednesday morning, authorities said.

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