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Landmark Clock On SF's Market Street Repeatedly VandalizedA clock in San Francisco is having a tough time as vandals repeatedly damaged the Market Street landmark.
Family Demands Justice After Suspect's Death During Pittsburg ArrestThe family of a suspect who died Tuesday after Pittsburg police arrested him is demanding answers from authorities Wednesday about the fatal encounter.
Tesla: $5 Billion Gigafactory To Have Largest Footprint Of Any BuildingIn heat and dust, huge machinery and around 1,000 workers are racing to build the factory that Tesla says will be by far the biggest maker of lithium-ion batteries in the world, and a huge gamble for Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
Napa Sheriff’s Sergeant Catches Burglars Breaking Into His HomeThree burglars got a surprise when they entered a home in rural Napa County on Monday to find a sheriff's sergeant inside.
Oops... Newspapers Put Wrong Clinton On Front Pages After Hillary's Historic NominationWomen woke up around the world Wednesday and read the headlines trumpeting Hillary Clinton's historic nomination, but something was glaringly missing.
McDonald's Rolls Out Garlic Fries To 240 Bay Area RestaurantsWhen the fast food chain tested out the garlic fries in just a few restaurants in the South Bay a few months ago, they were so popular they quickly sold out.
Triple-Digit Heat, High Energy Demand Strains California Electrical GridAmid triple-digit temperatures in many parts of the state, the state’s electrical grid operator is urging people to conserve power Wednesday.
Fake Hostage Report Gets Fresno County Man ArrestedPolice say a man has been arrested after calling in a fake hostage report east of Sanger.
Man's Body Found Along Busy Concord RoadwayA man was found dead off the side of a road in Concord Wednesday afternoon, a police spokesman said.
1.2 Million Signatures Call For Stanford Sex Assault Judge's RecallActivists are set to submit a petition on Monday with 1.2 million signatures calling for the recall of Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Aaron Persky.
4th Consecutive Spare The Air Alert Issued For ThursdayA Spare the Air alert has been issued for the Bay Area for Thursday because smog is forecast to be at unhealthy levels, regional air quality officials said.
Major Funding For New Drugs To Help People Suffering From ALSA South San Francisco-based drug developer just inked a $95 million deal to fast-track research on new drugs to help patients suffering from ALS.

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