San Francisco Man Defies Odds; Claims 2nd Lottery Jackpot A lucky San Francisco man recently became a multi-millionaire after winning a top prize from a California Lottery ticket for the second time in a little over a year.
Foster City Truck Fire Shuts Down Eastbound Highway 92A truck fire on the Highway 92 approach to the San Mateo Bridge closed all eastbound lanes Friday morning, adding to the major traffic headaches happening across the Bay Area.
Oil Pipeline Protesters Burn Vehicles, Set Roadblock Protesters ousted from private land where they tried to block construction of the Dakota Access oil pipeline burned vehicles and built roadblocks along a North Dakota state highway on Friday.
What Happens If Voters Approve Recreational Pot PropositionProposition 64 would legalize the recreational use of marijuana starting Jan. 1, 2018.
Modesto Woman Awarded $70 Million In Baby Powder LawsuitA St. Louis jury has awarded a Modesto woman more than $70 million in her lawsuit alleging that years of using Johnson & Johnson's baby powder caused her cancer.
Sex Workers Demand Meeting With Gov. Brown On Legalizing ProstitutionA coalition of sex workers has gathered almost 6,000 signatures on an online petition, demanding a meeting with Gov. Jerry Brown.
October Storm Hammers Rain-Soaked Santa Cruz Mountains A warm October storm front rolled through the Bay Area Friday, targeting the Santa Cruz Mountains where some communities have seen as much as 10 inches of rain this month.
De La Salle Grad Dies Of Injuries From Fall At UNR Frat HouseA former Concord high school student, who was gravely injured in a fall at the Sigma Nu fraternity house in Reno, has died and his organs donated to save others.
Plasma Seen As Possible Fountain Of Youth Treatment For Older PatientsBay Area scientists are working on a treatment for brain disease that involves injecting plasma from young subjects into older patients,
San Jose Voters Undecided On Measure F Restoring Police BenefitsNew poll shows many voters in San Jose are undecided on a measure that would restore pensions and benefits for San Jose police.
Atherton's Back-Up Generator That Powers Police Department, 911 Dispatch Isn't Up To CodeOne of the wealthiest towns in America has a dirty little secret.
Many Consumers Entitled to Class-Action Lawsuit CashFrom misleading advertising claims to exposing their customers to identity theft, companies pay tens of millions of dollars each year to settle class action lawsuits aimed at addressing ways they may have wronged their customers.

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