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Oakland Plans To Move Homeless From Tent Cities To Abandoned HotelsOakland has a solution to house the growing number of homeless people living in tent cities in abandoned hotels. The city will have to move fast before developers buy up those buildings.
California Assembly Speaker Shelves State Single-Payer Health PlanSpeaker Anthony Rendon called the bill "woefully incomplete."
People Living In RVs Along Palo Alto's El Camino Real Brace For CrackdownThere’s a crackdown coming on people who are living in RVs along one of Palo Alto's busiest roads.
U.S. Military Pushes To Delay Transgender Enlistments By 6 MonthsU.S. military chiefs are seeking a 6-month delay before allowing transgender people to enlist in services.
Marin County Assemblyman Works To Avoid Affordable-Housing RequirementA Marin politician is angling to get his constituents another pass on a state requirement to build affordable housing.
Parents Of Sick Children Fight Senate Healthcare BillDoctors, patients, and the parents of sick children are coming together to fight back against the U.S. Senate's healthcare bill.
Uber Must Share Drivers' Contact Info With San Francisco City Officials, Judge RulesA San Francisco Superior Court judge ruled that he will require Uber to give city officials its local drivers' contact information.
Trump Says He Didn't Tape Comey ConversationsPresident Donald Trump says he "did not make" and doesn't have any recordings of his private conversations with James Comey — his fired FBI director.
California's Insurance Commissioner Upsets Coal CountryOfficials from Oklahoma are asking California's insurance commissioner to stop pressing insurance companies to publicly disclose fossil fuel investments and divest from the coal industry,
Regulators Fail To Impose Emissions Cap On Bay Area Oil RefineriesOil companies didn't want any cap while environmentalist said the caps, which were rolled back in recent weeks out of fear of lawsuits, were a huge step back.
Official: Oakland Mayor Bungled Police Sex Misconduct Probe
FBI: Gunman Acted Alone In Shooting Of CongressmanA gunman acted alone when he shot and wounded a top House Republican and four other people on a northern Virginia baseball field, the FBI said Wednesday.

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