Freeway Fowl: CHP Officer Rescues Baby Geese From I-80A CHP officer in the East Bay on Monday afternoon responded to multiple calls seeking help for a family of geese that ended up on I-80.
Headline-Making Dog Rescued On Bay Bridge Up For AdoptionApplications are being accepted for the adoption of Ponch, the small Chihuahua mix that made headlines when he darted across the Bay Bridge's lanes earlier this month, a San Francisco animal organization announced Friday.
San Francisco To Require Lyft, Uber Drivers To Obtain Business LicensesIt's about to get more expensive to drive an Uber or Lyft car in San Francisco.
Tech Investor Partners With Zuckerberg, Hawking To Find Alien LifeA Silicon Valley billionaire has joined forces with UC Berkeley’s SETI project, famed physicist Stephen Hawking and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to launch a 10-year, $100 million project to find life in outer space.
Tourist Murder: Police Release Sketches Of Suspects That Stabbed British Tourist To DeathPolice released sketches of two suspects Monday in connection with the fatal February stabbing of a British tourist in San Francisco and are asking for the public’s help to identify them.
Hollywood Vampires Announce U.S. Tour Dates With Saratoga StopSupergroup composed of Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Joe Perry, have announced a run of U.S. tour dates...
Paroled High Risk Sex Offender Forced Out Of Rohnert ParkA high-risk sex offender paroled in Sonoma County has been forced to move out a Rohnert Park motel where state correction officials had placed him, authorities announced Tuesday.
Bernie And Hillary Campaigns Gathering Momentum In CaliforniaFrom Berkeley to the Bayshore and all through the Bay Area, the Democratic presidential contest is up and running.
Mystery Surrounds Court Appearance By Man Beaten By DeputiesA man who was severely beaten by two Alameda County sheriff's deputies in November and who was later arrested by the FBI on undisclosed charges appeared in federal court Monday in a closed hearing.
Alex Morgan And Teammates Sue US Soccer Over Wages Five female players from the World Cup-winning U.S. national team have accused the U.S. Soccer Federation of wage discrimination in an action filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
KCBS Radio Anchor Al Hart To Be Remembered At Public CelebrationLongtime KCBS Radio anchor and Bay Area broadcasting legend Al Hart will be remembered at a public celebration of his life on Saturday in Alameda.
'X-Men' Star Lucas Till Set To Reboot 'MacGyver'CBS is bringing MacGyver back to television with Lucas Till as the iconic character, reports Alice@97.3...

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