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Central Valley School Vandalized With Pro-Trump Graffiti On Cinco De MayoA high school in the Central Valley was vandalized with presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s name, along with campaign slogans on Cinco de Mayo.
San Francisco Sues Academy Of Art University Over Non-Permitted PropertiesAfter a KPIX 5 investigation into the Academy of Art University, San Francisco is filing a lawsuit alleging unfair business practices.
Cupertino Mayor Wants Apple To Be A Better NeighborThe mayor of Cupertino is feeling the bite of Apple and wants the tech giant to be a better neighbor.
911 Dispatchers In San Francisco Fight For ‘Junk Food’ LoopholeWhile San Francisco is talking about banning sugary treats in vending machines on city property, one group city workers fought back and got a special exemption.
East Bay Rep. DeSaulnier Reveals Leukemia DiagnosisA longtime East Bay politician announced Thursday that he has been battling a chronic form of leukemia.
Jamba Juice Moving Headquarters From Emeryville To TexasKnown for their fruit smoothies, Jamba Juice announced Thursday that it plans to move the company’s headquarters from the Bay Area to a suburb of Dallas, Texas.
House Speaker Paul Ryan Refuses To Back Donald TrumpHouse Speaker Paul Ryan is refusing to support Donald Trump as the Republican nominee for president.
Donald Trump Responds To Rolling Stones Request To Pull Their Music"We have the rights to use them. I always buy the rights." Trump said...
Cupertino Mayor Accuses Apple Of ‘Abuse’ For Paying Low Taxes To CityThe Mayor of Cupertino is criticizing Apple, saying one of the world’s most valuable companies pays too little in taxes as the infrastructure in its hometown crumbles.
Marijuana Legalization Gets Early Support Among Bay Area VotersA majority of Bay Area residents polled support Lt. Governor Newsom's state initiative to legalize the recreational use of marijuana.
Fines Over Permits Piling Up For Academy Of Art In San FranciscoIf you live or work in San Francisco, it's hard to miss the Academy of Art.
Uber's High-Powered Global Policy Board Born Amid Legal Battles, Regulation StrugglesAn eight-person global policy board has been assembled by Uber to increase their chances of winning over governments around the world.

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