Testing Shows Many Bay Area Restaurants Mislabel FishBay Area consumers have a reputation for being in the know but, when it comes to some seafood, local diners may be way off track.
San Francisco's Cable Cars May Eliminate Cash PaymentsThe historic San Francisco cable-car system may make a move to modernize their payment methods, going cashless after a pair operators were caught pocketing cash from riders.
Abandoned Quarry In Marin County Transformed Into Solar FarmAn old abandoned quarry in Marin County has been transformed into a solar farm.
Suspect Beaten By Alameda County Deputies To Get 7-Figure SettlementA suspect beaten in a San Francisco alleyway by a pair of Alameda County sheriff's deputies in 2015 will walk away with a seven-figure settlement, according to sources.
$2.5 Million Teardown In Palo Alto Sells For Well Over Asking PriceA humble abode in Palo Alto fetches more than $500,000 above the asking price -- and it was marketed as a teardown.
Trump Order May Open California's Giant Sequoia Nat'l Monument To Energy DevelopmentEnvironmentalist and outdoor recreation companies oppose President Donald Trump's new executive order that threatens national monuments.
Equipment Problem Causes Major BART Delays In East BayAn equipment problem on the track between the El Cerrito del Norte and Richmond BART stations is causing a major delay in both directions, according to transit officials.
Heavy Police Presence Keeps Berkeley Coulter Protests PeacefulA substantial police presence both on the Berkeley campus and at a gathering in a downtown park kept hundreds of activists on both sides of the free-speech debate in line during protests Thursday.
Zuckerberg Helps Assemble Ford Pickups In Visit To MichiganFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg helped assemble pickup trucks at a Ford plant, as part of a trip to Michigan.
Mountain Lion Captured At Santa Cruz Shopping CenterAn 80-pound mountain lion, who climbed up a tree outside a Santa Cruz shopping center, was tranquilized and captured Thursday morning, authorities said.
BART Takeover Robbery Raises Questions Of Police StaffingPolice departments around the Bay Area are short-staffed, but the recent takeover robbery of a BART train car has raised new questions about the urgency of boosting the transit agency police force.
Novato Schools Approve Later Start Times For StudentsStudents in the Novato Unified School District will get to sleep in a bit next year, now that the district's Board of Directors has approved later starting times at its schools.

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