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Alameda County Places $580M Affordable Housing Bond Measure On BallotThe Alameda County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to place an affordable housing bond measure on the ballot in November.
California Democrats Hold National Day of Action On Gun Violence PreventionIn California, and around the country, politicians are planning to take part in Wednesday's National Day of Action on Gun Violence Prevention.
Berkeley Teacher Speaks Out After Her School Receives ThreatWhat a teacher did during her off-time is leading to a security scare at a Berkeley middle school.
Proposed San Francisco Tech Payroll Tax Would Raise MillionsTech companies in San Francisco have received millions of dollars in tax breaks for years, but now some city politicians want to make an exception to that rule.
Landlords Seeking To Close Palo Alto Mobile Home Park File AppealAttorneys for two landlords trying to retire and close their mobile home park in Palo Alto have filed an appeal of a federal judge's decision to dismiss a lawsuit challenging the city's demands for relocation costs to the roughly 400 residents of the park.
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.
San Jose To Weigh Controversial Solutions To Homeless ProblemThe San Jose City Council will tackle the South Bay city’s homeless problem Tuesday as officials discuss possible solutions being considered to get people off the streets.
Neighbors Outraged After Facebook CEO Zuckerburg Builds Wall Around Hawaii PropertyMark Zuckerburg is erecting a wall around his 700-acre property in Kilauea, Kauai -- and his neighbors are not happy.
'Daily Show' Faces Backlash For Abortion Ruling TweetThe tweet struck a celebratory tone about the ruling followed by a suggestion to get women in Texas pregnant. Some users supported the tweet's attempt at humor, but many suggested it was in bad taste...
Violent Neo-Nazi Capitol Protest Leads To Berkeley Middle School Security ScareA violent protest outside the state capitol has lead to a security scare at a Berkeley Middle School.
Oakland Officials Vote Unanimously To Ban Shipment Of CoalOakland city officials unanimously voted to ban the shipment of coal, sidelining a plan to transport Utah coal to Asia through a proposed marine terminal on an old army base.
Proposed Resort On Monterey Coast Could Threaten Endangered Species' HabitatA proposed resort on Monterey Bay, that environmentalists say will threaten endangered species' habitat, comes up for a vote.

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