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Women Going Topless Around The U.S. For Equal RightsWomen around the U.S. plan to go topless as they hit the beach or march in parades in celebration of GoTopless Day, focused on promoting gender equality and women’s rights to bare their breasts in public.
Donald Trump's Tweet On Killing Of Dwayne Wade's Cousin Sparks UproarDonald Trump’s latest appeal to African-American voters had Twitter users fuming Saturday.
Diehard Raiders Fans Riding On Ronnie Lott's Plan To Keep Team In OaklandThere is a glimmer of hope for Oakland Raiders fans in light of threats to take their team away thanks to NFL Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott.
Gov. Brown Signs Bill Banning Coal-Export FundingThe legislation was introduced in response to a developer's failed proposal to build a coal terminal in Oakland.
Horse, Groomers Test Positive For Methamphetamine At Golden Gate FieldsA thoroughbred horse and two groomers tested positive for methamphetamine at the Golden Gate Fields race track.
Berkeley Council Approves $15 Minimum Wage By 2018The Berkeley City Council voted unanimously Friday to raise the city’s minimum wage to $15 in two years.
Bill Requiring Breathalyzers In DUI Offenders’ Cars Goes To Gov. Brown’s DeskA bill to require breathalyzers be installed in cars driven by DUI offenders who want their licenses back is now on Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk.
California May Offer State-Run IRA For Private-Sector EmployeesCalifornians whose employers don't already offer a way to prepare for retirement would be automatically enrolled in a state-run savings plan under a bill advancing in the Legislature.
Judge Criticized For Lenient Ruling In Stanford Rape Case ReassignedA California judge criticized for handing down a lenient sentence to convicted sex assailant and former Stanford University student Brock Turner, is reassigned.
EpiPen Manufacturer Offers Discount Coupons After Backlash Over 400% Price HikeAfter a furor over what appears to be price-gouging, the drug maker of life-saving EpiPen Auto-Injectors is offering discounts to patients who use them.
Beauty Salons Illegally Offering Alcohol Hope To Be Law AbidingA state bill approved by the assembly last year would make it easier for salons to provide free booze to customers. But some people are urging the governor to veto it.
Cops Living In RV's Outside San Jose Police DepartmentAt least a dozen officers are living in RV's in the parking lot right near the San Jose Police Department's headquarters.

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