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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.
Authorities: Anti-Nazi Protesters Instigated Violence At Capitol RallyAuthorities in Sacramento on Monday agreed with white supremacists who insisted they were not to blame for the violence that broke out during a weekend rally at the State Capitol.
Pro-ISIS Video Calls For Terrorist Attacks In San Francisco, Las VegasA new pro-ISIS video calls for terrorist attacks in San Francisco and Las Vegas.
Despite $241 Million Budget, SF Still Struggling With HomelessnessWith San Francisco spending nearly a quarter of a billion dollars on the homeless every year, many are asking how there are still thousands of people living on the street.
Keepers Of Gated Santa Cruz County Beach Ordered To Open To PublicPrivates Beach near Capitola is a popular surf spot, but a locked gate has barred the public from accessing it.
UC Berkeley Spends Over $1M Fixing Up Chancellor's HomeUC Berkeley has spent over a million dollars to fix up the official home of Chancellor Nicholas Dirks.
Intractable San Francisco Homeless Problem Decades In The MakingIt's a problem that has vexed San Francisco for nearly 35 years. After six mayors and at least a dozen different plans, there are still thousands of people living on city streets.
Expanded Panama Canal Could Grab Business From Oakland PortThe $5.25 billion project went online nearly two years late after construction delays, labor strife and apparent cost overruns
What Not To Wear? Enforcing School Dress Codes Not As Easy As ABCDressing for school can get complicated. One school district has rewritten a dress code that may go down as the simplest set of guidelines ever.
Pope: Gays Marginalized By Church Deserve ApologyPope Francis says gays -- and other people marginalized by the church like the poor and the exploited -- deserve an apology.

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