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Message Of Peace During Pope-Trump Meeting
SF Judge Agrees To Review DOJ's Bid Reconsideration Of Sanctuary Order InjunctionFederal judge agreed to review the U.S. DOJ's bid for reconsideration of a preliminary injunction blocking Trump's sanctuary city order.
California Teachers Struggle As School Administrators Get Generous PensionsAs California public schools face layoffs and budget cuts, some school administrators are retiring with huge pensions.
San Francisco Considers Imposing A Fee On Every Uber, Lyft RideSan Francisco Supervisor Jane Kim wants the city to consider imposing a fee on Uber and Lyft trips to help pay for congestion management efforts.
Bay Area Woman Bridges Divides With Meet-a-Muslim ProjectA Fremont resident created "Meet a Muslim" where she speaks to groups and answers whatever questions they may have about Muslim people.
Gilroy Plan To Chop Down 235 Trees May Have Violated RulesA plan by Gilroy officials to chop down more than 200 trees has been uprooted because of a possible rule violation by city leaders.
Poll Shows A Majority Of Contra Costa Residents Want DA To ResignTroubles continued to mount for Conta Costa County's embattled District Attorney Tuesday as an exclusive new KPIX 5 poll showed a whopping 70 percent of respondents saying he should resign.
Search For Common Ground As Pope Francis Meets President TrumpPresident Donald Trump and Pope Francis share a trait that adds drama to their first meeting Wednesday: unpredictability.
Results Of California Democratic Party Election Under ReviewSupporters of defeated California Democratic Party chair candidate Kimberly Ellis are poring over election ballots to validate the results.
Caltrain Electrification May Also Benefit Commuters On 101, 280 After the Trump administration approved over $600 million in federal funding for the electrification of Caltrain, supporters say drivers will also benefit from the rail upgrade.
California Aims To Strengthen Gun Ban In SchoolsCalifornia lawmakers have passed a bill to revoke superintendents' ability to let people carry guns in a school zone.
Towns On Historic Route 66 May Be Dropped From Park Service Preservation ProgramRoute 66, the historic American roadway that linked Chicago to the West Coast, soon may be dropped from a National Park Service preservation program.

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