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San Francisco Homeless Czar: “We Must Do Better” - The Director of the San Francisco Department of Homelessness has heard the city's frustration and is prepared to do something about it.
Go-Kart Caught On Camera Racing Down Oakland Freeway - A go-kart was caught on camera racing down an Oakland freeway as a black SUV with police-like lights chased it Sunday.
Struggling To Smile: Homeless Family Of 6 Talks About Living In Their Car - In the Bay Area, not all the homeless are camping in doorways, asleep on the sidewalk or wandering the streets. A growing number of homeless do their best to stay invisible.
Driver Killed In Fiery Big-Rig Crash On Lakeville Highway - The California Highway Patrol is reporting a fatal crash involving a big-rig on southbound Lakeville Highway in Sonoma County late Wednesday morning.
Grammy-Winning Bass Player Rob Wasserman Dies - Prolific Bay Area bassist and composer Rob Wasserman, best known for his long collaboration with Grateful Dead member Bob Weir, has died, according to reports on social media.
Vegetation Fire Near East Bay Park Contained - A vegetation fire that was rapidly growing on the edge of Martinez's city limits Wednesday afternoon has been contained
Engine Problems Force Southwest Flight To Make Emergency Landing - Engine problems forced a Southwest Airlines 737 to safely make an emergency landing Thursday at Mineta San Jose International Airport.
Concord Theater Mistakenly Shows Raunchy ‘Sausage Party’ Trailer Before ‘Finding Dory’ Crowd - Seth Rogen's upcoming R-rated animated film "Sausage Party" was accidently shown before a screening of Disney/Pixar's PG-rated "Finding Dory" at Brenden Concord 14...
Facebook News Feed Algorithm To Favor Friends, Family Over Publishers - The social media giant says it updated the news feed so that people will see more posts from their friends and family at the expense of publishers.
Decline In Heart, Stroke-Related Deaths Stalls - After years of steady improvement in the mortality rate caused by heart diseases, a new study shows that the decline has stalled.
Alley For Sale In San Francisco May Be Best Deal In Town - Another day, another outrageous San Francisco real estate listing. This one's a sweetheart of a deal, really -- only $35,000.
Funky-Smelling Silicon Valley Tap Water Caused By Delta Algae Bloom - Water officials in Silicon Valley are warning residents that the water coming out of their taps may be smelly and dirty, but it’s still safe to drink.
Badly Burned Teen Rescued From Hayward House Fire - Three children were injured, one seriously, in a smoky fire at a home in unincorporated Hayward Thursday morning.
Tolls, Fares On Golden Gate Bridge, Buses, Ferries Increase Friday - Tolls and fares of the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District are scheduled to increase on Friday.
Tongue-In-Cheek Hashtag ‘HeterosexualPrideDay’ Trending On Social Media - What appears to be a tongue-in-cheek social media movement to mark June 29 as a day to celebrate heterosexual pride has become one of the day’s top online trends.
Amazon Picks Richmond For Latest Bay Area Expansion Spot - Amazon has signed another East Bay industrial lease - in Richmond this time, further expanding its warehouse space in the Bay Area.
Activists Demand Removal Of Judge In Stanford Sexual Assault Case - A group of activists protested outside the State Building in San Francisco Wednesday, calling for an investigation of the judge who handed down the light sexual assault sentence to a former Stanford swimmer.
Hackers Among New Threats To Rio Games Visitors - Tech experts now have a word of warning for travelers taking smartphones and tables with them to the Rio Games.
SF Supes Approve Ban On Sale Of Styrofoam Products - The San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved a comprehensive ban on the sale of polystyrene, or Styrofoam, in the city.
Report: 944 California Officers’ Guns Stolen, Unaccounted For, Or Lost - Report says 944 guns that once belonged to law enforcement officers across California have been either stolen, lost or can't be accounted for since 2010.
SF Gardener’s Furious Facebook Rant Blasts Park Goers For Trashing Dolores Park On Pride Weekend - A furious expletive-laden Facebook rant posted by a gardener with San Francisco's Recreation and Parks over the trashing of Dolores Park on Pride weekend has pricked a lot of ears.
Uber Keeping A Watchful Eye On Drivers - Using smartphone sensors to peek over its drivers' shoulders, Uber is promising to keep a closer eye on their behavior — while discouraging speeding or slamming on the brakes.
California Voters To Decide On Recreational Marijuana Legalization - California voters will decide whether to legalize recreational marijuana after Secretary of State Alex Padilla said Tuesday that initiative proponents turned in more than enough signatures to place the question on the November ballot.
California Firestone Shops Found To Overcharge, Rip Off Customers - Firestone shops in California were found to overcharge and rip off customers in numerous ways, state officials said.
Alameda County Places $580M Affordable Housing Bond Measure On Ballot - The Alameda County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to place an affordable housing bond measure on the ballot in November.
California Congress Members Advocate For Gun Violence Prevention At San Francisco Trauma Hospital - In California, and around the country, politicians took part in a National Day of Action on Gun Violence Prevention.
Berkeley Teacher Speaks Out After Her School Receives Threat - What a teacher did during her off-time is leading to a security scare at a Berkeley middle school.
Proposed San Francisco Tech Payroll Tax Would Raise Millions - Tech companies in San Francisco have received millions of dollars in tax breaks for years, but now some city politicians want to make an exception to that rule.
Apple Working On Ways To Turn Off iPhone Cameras In Certain Locations - Apple’s latest patent describes a way to block the iPhone’s camera functions while at a concert, making it useless as a recording device.
Dozens Killed In Suicide Attack At Istanbul Airport - Explosions from a suicide attack at the Istanbul airport have left multiple people dead, according to Turkish media.
106-Year-Old Violin Returned To Owner After Smash & Grab Robbery In San Francisco - A 106-year-old violin was returned to its owner Tuesday after it was stolen from a car in San Francisco.
Caught On Video: San Francisco Motorcyclist Attacks Bicyclist Stopped In Bike Lane - A bicyclist shared video Tuesday of a motorcyclist attacking him as he tried to keep motorized vehicles out of the bike lane on a busy San Francisco street.
Shooting Near San Jose State University Leaves 1 Dead, 1 Hurt - Two male victims were shot, one fatally, near San Jose State University Tuesday afternoon, police said.
Insulted Bay Area Woman, 2 Others Arrested For Man’s Murder In SoCal - Two Bay Area residents were among three suspects arrested in connection with the killing of a Florida man in Southern California on Saturday, according to Glendale police.
Landlords Seeking To Close Palo Alto Mobile Home Park File Appeal - Attorneys for two landlords trying to retire and close their mobile home park in Palo Alto have filed an appeal of a federal judge's decision to dismiss a lawsuit challenging the city's demands for relocation costs to the roughly 400 residents of the park.
Man Arrested On Hate Crime Charge During San Francisco Pride Celebrations - San Francisco Police have arrested a man accused of committing a hate crime during Pride celebrations.
Walmart Founder’s Heirs $250M Fund Helping Support Oakland School - A foundation run by the heirs of Walmart founder Sam Walton has announced a $250 million initiative to support charter schools in 17 U.S. cities, including one right here in the Bay Area.
Tobacco-Related Illnesses Killing More Blacks Than AIDS, Violence & Other Cancers - Some African-American public health leaders say too many Black people are dying from tobacco-related diseases, and feel that not much attention has been paid to the issue.
Police Arrest 2 At Marijuana Grow House Damaged By 3-Alarm Antioch Fire - One of the homes charred Saturday by a fire in Antioch happened to be housing a marijuana grow operation.
700 Trillion Gallons Of Water Found Deep Below California’s Central Valley - Stanford researchers have released a surprising new study revealing that California is sitting on top of a vast water resource that we didn’t know was there, and it could hold as much as 7,000 trillion gallons.
Well-Meaning Beachgoers Warned Not To Touch Or Pick Up Seal Pups - Marine mammal advocates up and down the West Coast are urging people not to touch or pick up pups that come up on beaches and shorelines to rest.
San Jose To Weigh Controversial Solutions To Homeless Problem - The San Jose City Council will tackle the South Bay city’s homeless problem Tuesday as officials discuss possible solutions being considered to get people off the streets.
266 Crashes Linked To Confusing Shifters Like One Found In Jeep That Crushed Star Trek Actor, NHTSA Finds - A government investigation into confusing gear shifters like the one in the SUV that crushed and killed Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin found 266 crashes that injured 68 people.
Neighbors Outraged After Facebook CEO Zuckerburg Builds Wall Around Hawaii Property - Mark Zuckerburg is erecting a wall around his 700-acre property in Kilauea, Kauai -- and his neighbors are not happy.
Bay Area Mothers, Children Killed In ‘Horrific’ Minivan Wreck In SoCal - A fiery minivan wreck killed two mothers and their four children early Tuesday on a highway in northern Los Angeles County, authorities said.
Volkswagen Will Pay To $15.3 Billion In Emissions Cheating Settlement - Volkswagen will spend up to $15.3 billion after being caught in an emissions cheating scandal, in what lawyers are calling the largest auto-related class-action settlement in U.S. history.
Ikea Recalls 29 Million Dressers After 6 Children Killed, Dozens Injured - Ikea is recalling 29 million chests and dressers that can easily tip over and trap children underneath.
Oakland’s Lake Temescal Closed For Swimming Due To Toxic Algae - Lake Temescal in Oakland has been closed for swimming until further notice because of an outbreak of toxic algae in the water.
Concord Native Attempted To Save Airline Passenger’s Life On Tebow Flight - While social media was abuzz Tuesday was over Tim Tebow’s role aboard a Delta flight, a physician’s assistant who grew up in Concord was the one who battled to keep a passenger who had a heart attack alive.
Texas Train Collision Triggers Fireball - Several box cars have derailed and are engulfed in flames following a freight train collision in the Texas Panhandle.
San Francisco Man In Shock After Landlady Raises His Rent From $1,800 To $8,000 - Even in a city like San Francisco where rents can go sky high, Neil Hutchinson's 344% rent increase takes the cake.
Violent Neo-Nazi Capitol Protest Leads To Berkeley Middle School Security Scare - A violent protest outside the state capitol has lead to a security scare at a Berkeley Middle School.
Oakland Officials Vote Unanimously To Ban Shipment Of Coal - Oakland city officials unanimously voted to ban the shipment of coal, sidelining a plan to transport Utah coal to Asia through a proposed marine terminal on an old army base.
Proposed Resort On Monterey Coast Could Threaten Endangered Species’ Habitat - A proposed resort on Monterey Bay, that environmentalists say will threaten endangered species' habitat, comes up for a vote.
Authorities: Anti-Nazi Protesters Instigated Violence At Capitol Rally - Authorities in Sacramento on Monday agreed with white supremacists who insisted they were not to blame for the violence that broke out during a weekend rally at the State Capitol.
Airbnb Sues San Francisco Over New Rules Imposed On Company - Airbnb filed suit against San Francisco in federal court Monday over recently approved legislation requiring short-term rental companies to verify that hosts are registered with the city.