Warehouse Had Been Focus Of Oakland Investigation The city of Oakland started investigating nearly three weeks ago whether people were illegally living in a warehouse destroyed by a fire late Friday night, a city official said Saturday.
Warehouse Fire: Anxious Search For Friends And Loved OnesThe anxiety continue to mount for the family and friends of those who were believed to be missing in the wake of a 3-alarm fire that swept quickly through an Oakland warehouse filled with partygoers.
The Worst Nightclub, Music Venue FiresA look at some other nightclub and music venue fires that have exacted terrible death tolls in crowded conditions.
Electronic Artist Headlining Oakland Rave Survived Fatal FireAccording to a post on his artist Facebook page, the electronic dance musician who was headlining the Oakland warehouse rave where a fatal fire broke out late Friday night survived the blaze.
East Bay Student Becomes Coding Whiz After Tough ChildhoodTechnology is more than a hobby for Abel Regalado. It’s his salvation.
Unofficial Signs Condemning Hate Posted on BART TrainsA vigilante message is getting double takes on BART.
'Fuller House' Cast And Creator Visit Iconic HouseFans of the popular sitcom "Full House" took a trip back in time to the 1990s as cast members and the shows creator visited the iconic San Francisco home Friday.
New Uniforms Leave American Airlines Employees Itching For ReliefAbout 1,600 American Airlines employees complained they were getting headaches and rashes from the wool fabric.
Apple Stores Add Security After Rash Of RobberiesApple stores around the Bay Area have been targeted for robbery multiple times in recent weeks, but now some stores have extra security in place for the holiday season.
'Magic Mushroom' Trip May Provide Cancer Patients Medical, Psychological BoostTwo new studies suggest psychedelic mushrooms may be key to helping ease anxiety and depression for cancer patients.
Bay Area Teacher Uses Chess To Help Focus Students' Lifelong OutlookA Bay Area teacher is using his knowledge of chess to inspire students to make better choices in and out of the classroom.
Paris Officials Object To Naming Street After Steve JobsOfficials in Paris, France are reportedly objecting to naming a street after late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, citing the Cupertino-based tech giant's practices.

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