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Several Bay Area House Members To Boycott InaugurationA growing number of House Democrats, including some Bay Area lawmakers, have announced that they are boycotting Friday’s inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump.
New Rain Threat For Soggy Bay Area HillsidesThere was a popular 1980s song with the refrain – “Here comes the rain again.” It may also be a mantra for Northern Californians this week.
Feds: Widow Charged With Aiding Orlando GunmanFederal prosecutors have unsealed a two-count indictment against the wife of the Orlando nightclub shooter.
510 Area Code Running Low On Numbers; CPUC Holds HearingsThe CPUC expects that available numbers in the 510 area code will be exhausted by June 2019.
Battle Over Lefty O'Doul's Name, Memorabilia Heats Up As Iconic Restaurant Prepares To CloseA battle is heating up over Lefty O'Doul's, a well-known San Francisco restaurant in Union Square set to close next month. At issue: who owns what.
Massive MLK Day March in Oakland Begins Week of Anti-Trump ProtestsThe march marked the beginning of a week of actions to resist president-elect Donald Trump.
Marine Mammal Officials Postpone Necropsy Planned For Whale Found In Oakland EstuaryThe necropsy will be performed on a remote beach on Angel Island and should help scientists figure out how the whale died.
SFMTA To Vote Tuesday On Dolores Street Median Parking Pilot ProgramThe San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is set to vote Tuesday to legalize median parking on Dolores Street on weekends despite opposition from those who live in the area.
Muslim, Catholic Leaders Gather In San Jose For MLK Day Prayer EventReligious leaders gathered in mutual support and prayer in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Monday in San Jose.
Caltrain MLK Day Celebration Train Rolls Up PeninsulaMLK Day celebrants came to Yerba Buena Gardens aboard a special Celebration Train traveling from San Jose to San Francisco, with stops in Palo Alto and San Mateo.
Woman Found Dead On Muni Bus Believed To Be Victim Of MeningitisA second person in the Bay Area within a week may have died from bacterial meningitis, officials say.
Hearst Ranch Zebra Likely Victim Of Stormy WeatherThe body of a dead zebra from the herd at the famed Hearst Ranch has been discovered on a Northern California beach, authorities confirmed on Monday.

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