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Security Video Of Graffiti Vandals Heats Up S.F. District 9 Supervisor RaceThe S.F. District 9 supervisor's race has heated up after surveillance video from a gas station was released showing two people defacing the campaign headquarters of Hillary Ronen.
Vallejo Couple Shows Support For Hillary Clinton With Giant Bra Yard SignA Vallejo couple supporting Clinton for president put up a yard sign in the form of a giant red-white-and-blue brassiere with the words "We Support Hillary."
Construction Workers In San Jose Urge Developers To Hire LocallyConstruction workers in the South Bay hit the streets to urge developers to "do the right thing" and hire locally.
Pelosi Says America's Trains Should Have Advanced Safety Technology, But Don'tCongresswoman Nancy Pelosi said America's trains - including commuter trains like the one that crashed Thursday morning in Hoboken, New Jersey - should be equipped with the latest safety technology, or not run.
Parking Vigilante Paints Over Red Curbs In Corte Madera Neighborhood To Create SpacesParking in one Corte Madera neighborhood has gotten so tight that it prompted someone to paint over some no parking red curbs to create more spaces.
California Early Earthquake Alerts Could Begin Within 2 YearsCalifornia emergency management officials say automated earthquake warnings could begin within the next one to two years.
Attorney General: Yahoo Breach May Impact 6 Million CaliforniansAttorney General Kamala Harris urged Yahoo users to change their passwords, saying at least six million Californians may have had their personal information exposed in a massive hack.
Poll: California Voters Back Recreational Use Of MarijuanaCalifornia may soon become the fifth state to allow the recreational use of marijuana, according to a new KPIX 5/SurveyUSA poll released Thursday.
Californians Without Retirement Accounts Are About To Get OneMillions of working Californians who don’t have retirement accounts are about to get one under a new state program signed into law Thursday by Governor Brown.
Building In-Law Units Gets Easier; New California Law Streamlines ProcessThe city-by-city patchwork of often-maddening rules that govern whether you can have a legal In-law apartment are about to change with a new statewide law that’s designed to create more affordable rental housing.
California To Require Background Checks For Uber, Lyft DriversCalifornia will require Uber and Lyft to conduct background checks on all drivers and lay off certain criminals beginning in 2017.
Poll: Clinton’s Lead In California Grows After Debate, Senate Race TightensWith 40 days until Election Day, a KPIX 5 / SurveyUSA poll finds Hillary Clinton increasing her lead over Donald Trump among California voters. Meanwhile, the senate race between Kamala Harris and Loretta Sanchez has tightened.

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