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Facebook Reminder Spurs California Voter RegistrationA Facebook reminder for users to register to vote prompted nearly 200,000 completed transactions on the state's online voter registration website over the weekend, according to California Secretary of State Alex Padilla.
Bumblebee May Land On Endangered Species ListThe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says the rusty patched bumblebee, also known as bombus affinis, is in danger of becoming extinct.
Sales Of Trump Piñatas, Toilet Paper Soaring At San Francisco StoreWith the presidential election heating up, sales of Donald Trump piñatas and other memorabilia poking fun at the Republican nominee are too.
California Expands Hands-Free Cellphone LawLooking to curb distracted driving in California, Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation that expands restrictions on cellphone use behind the wheel.
KPIX Analyst Melissa Caen Breaks Down The DebatePolitical Analyst Melissa Caen rates the winning and losing moments from the first Presidential Debate
Clinton, Trump Battle Fiercely Over Taxes, Race, TerrorHillary Clinton and Donald Trump tangled Monday night over trade, taxes and how to bring good-paying jobs back to the United States at their first face-to-face presidential debate.
New California Law Prevents Police From Charging Minors With ProstitutionGovernor Jerry Brown announced Monday he signed SB1322 to ban police from charging people under the age of 18 with prostitution.
After Gun Thefts, California Police Now Required To Lock Firearms In CarsGun owners and law-enforcement officers will be required to lock up their firearms if they leave them in an unattended vehicle.
Billboard With Image Of Kaepernick, Word 'Patriotism' Going Up Near Bay BridgeA billboard with a picture of 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and the word “Patriotism” will reportedly be put up near the Bay Bridge.
Californians Now Allowed To Break Window To Save Pets In Hot CarsCalifornians who see an animal trapped in a hot car can now break a window to set them free without fear of prosecution under a bill signed over the weekend by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Gov. Brown Requires CPR Instruction In High SchoolsGovernor Jerry Brown signed into law Saturday AB 1719, a law that requires hands-on cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) instruction, along with Automated External Defibrillator awareness in high school health classes,
Santa Clara Co. Mailing First Presidential Election Ballots This WeekSanta Clara County mailed the first ballots of the Nov. 8 presidential election on Saturday, a Registrar of Voters’ Office spokesman said.

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