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Governor Brown Pardons Man Following Advanced DNA TestA 70-year-old California man convicted nearly four decades ago of killing his ex-girlfriend and her 4-year-old son was pardoned Wednesday after DNA tests showed he was wrongfully convicted.
JFK Birth Centennial Ending On Assassination AnniversaryA year of events marking the 100th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's birth is drawing to a close exactly 54 years after his assassination.
San Francisco Targeting Below-Market-Rate Housing CheatersIt's apparently easy to abuse San Francisco's below-market-rate housing program once you get your foot in the door, as we uncovered in our investigation.
Dad Picked Up By ICE Six Months Ago Finally Reunites With Wife, KidsIt was an emotional reunion when a Bay Area father who was taken into ICE custody when he showed up for work 6 months ago, reunited with his wife and children.
SJ BART Tunnel May Bring 5-Year Construction Zone To Santa Clara StreetOne of San Jose's main streets could become a long-term construction zone if BART officials decide to pursue a twin-tunnel project.
Oakland Gives Those Affected By Pot Enforcement An Inside TrackAs the state scrambles to get ready for recreational marijuana sales, one East Bay city has a plan to give convicted criminals priority when it comes to providing pot.
Michigan Rep. Conyers Acknowledges Sex Harassment SettlementLongtime Michigan Rep. John Conyers acknowledged Tuesday that his office settled a harassment complaint involving a former staffer but said he "vehemently" denies the allegations against him.
Raiders, Mayor Defend Lynch's Anthem Protest After Trump Twitter AttackMarshawn Lynch came under Twitter attack from President Trump when he sat during the national anthem in Mexico Sunday. Now, he is getting support from his fellow Raiders and Oakland's mayor for his decision.
Judge Permanently Blocks Trump’s Order To Cut Funding From Sanctuary CitiesA federal judge has permanently blocked President Donald Trump's executive order to cut funding from cities that limit cooperation with U.S. immigration authorities.
Partial Settlement Reached In Deadly Berkeley Balcony Collapse CaseA partial settlement has been reached with the owner and property manager of a Berkeley apartment for the deaths of six students when a balcony collapsed.
Woman Inquired Into Bocanegra's History Of Harassment In 2012A woman who tried to sound the alarm about a top California Democrat's reputation for harassing women on Monday talked to KPIX 5 about how she was blocked from getting the truth five years ago.
Sutter Health Accused Of Overcharging, Destroying EvidenceSutter Health has been accused of widespread overcharging on people’s bills. Now the company is under fire for destroying large amounts of evidence.

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