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Benicia Commission Derails Valero's Plan To Deliver Crude Oil By TrainA proposal to deliver crude oil by train to a Benicia refinery was rejected unanimously by the city's Planning Commission Thursday night.
Driver Of Distinct 1990s Car Sought In Fatal San Jose Hit-And-RunPolice in San Jose are searching for the driver of a distinct 1990s coupe following a fatal hit-and-run crash early Friday morning.
BART Dumps Millions Of Gallons Of Underground Water YearlyMillions of gallons of water from one of the underground creeks in San Francisco is being wasted every year because of the creek's proximity to a downtown BART station.
iPhone Warning: Don’t Set Your Phone Back To 1970An image circulating online that tells iPhone users to change their device’s date to 1970 could make your device completely unusable.
Marin County Company Selling New Coffee For $15 A Cup, $140 Per PoundA Bay Area based coffee company has introduced a new type of limited-harvest variety of bean that is selling for $15 per cup and a whopping $140 per pound.
Virtually Every Home In South Bay Real Estate Market OccupiedA new report finds the real estate market in the South Bay has the lowest residential vacancy rate in the United States.
$9 Computer Designed In Oakland Makes WavesDesigned in Oakland, made in China, it's a small but mighty computer with four gigs of storage, Bluetooth and WiFi, for only $9.
SF Judge Orders CPUC To Release Emails Regarding $3.3 Billion Ratepayer IncreaseA San Francisco judge ordered the CPUC to publicly release emails leading up to a $3.3 billion increase for utility ratepayers.
UC Berkeley Men's Basketball Team Beats OregonThe men's basketball team at University of California at Berkeley beat Oregon Thursday night.
UCSF Study Finds Mid-Level Pot Use Leads To Some Memory Problems In Middle AgeA UCSF study found that lifetime marijuana users had worse verbal memory in middle age, but found no other cognitive function deficiencies.
San Francisco's 'Wiggle' Follows Path Of 1 Of City's Underground CreeksWell over a hundred years after San Francisco paved over Mission Creek, the city’s buried marshland is still pumping out problems, but the low-lying mission isn’t the only neighborhood swimming in the city’s original waterways.
Uber Agrees To Pay $28.5 Million Settlement To 25 Million RidersUber has agreed to pay a $28.5 million settlement to roughly 25 million Uber riders in response to two class action lawsuits over the company's collection of a questionable "safe ride fee."

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