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San Francisco To Cover Renewal Fees For DACA RecipientsSan Francisco will cover the cost of application fees for participants in the federal Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program who need to renew their enrollment before the Oct. 5 deadline.
Oakland Flavored Tobacco Ban Going Into Effect In 2018The Oakland City Council has voted unanimously to ban selling flavored tobacco products, including menthol-flavored cigarettes.
Zuckerberg: Facebook Won't Be Used 'To Undermine Democracy'Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced his company would turn over 3,000 controversial ads purchased by Russians to Congressional investigators.
Caltrain Fares, Parking Rates To Increase In OctoberCaltrain fares and parking rates are going up starting next month.
UC Berkeley Prepares To Host Ultra-Conservative 'Free Speech Week'‘Free Speech Week’ at UC Berkeley is just days away and it's still unclear who all will be speaking on campus.
Pelosi Disagrees With Protesters, Must Focus On DREAM Act NowHouse Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi said that she respects young immigrants who shouted her down, but said their call for a comprehensive immigration overhaul was premature.
San Francisco, Oakland Sue Big Oil Over Climate Change, Sea Level RiseThe city attorneys of San Francisco and Oakland on Wednesday announced they are filing civil lawsuits against big oil companies for their role in damaging the planet.
California Sues Trump Administration Over Border Wall PlanCalifornia's attorney general has sued the Trump administration over its plan to construct a wall along the country's border with Mexico.
Study: California Would Take Big Hit With New GOP Health BillMost states would take a stiff budgetary hit if the latest Senate GOP health care bill becomes law, according to an independent analysis released Wednesday.
San Francisco Supervisors Want To Rename Justin Herman PlazaChanges could be coming to a San Francisco landmark.
Tech Investor Ellen Pao's Memoir Sheds Light On Silicon Valley SexismTech investor Ellen Pao discusses gender and racial discrimination in Silicon Valley in her new memoir.
Court Blocks San Francisco Law Requiring Warnings On Soda AdsA federal appeals court has blocked a San Francisco law that requires a health warning on ads for sugary drinks.

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