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ASUC Senator-Elect ‘Furry Boi’ Says He Is Serious About Job - While not everyone at UC Berkeley is nuts about the fact a man in a squirrel costume ran for a seat in the school senate and won, the newly elected senator tells KPIX 5 his plans are no joke.
Waffle House Gunman Still Being Sought; Residents On Alert - Police are warning residents of a Nashville neighborhood to watch out for a suspect in a Waffle House restaurant shooting that killed four people.
Shania Twain Apologizes For Saying She’d Vote For Trump - Shania Twain has apologized for saying if she were American she would have voted for Donald Trump for president, even though he's offensive, according to CBS News.
Rattlesnake Season Arrives On Bay Area Trails; Marin Hiker Bitten - Any experienced hiker of the Bay Area hills knows that rattlesnakes are like bears -- they hibernate in the winter and come back out in the spring.
Truce May Be In Works In San Francisco’s Scooter Wars - Every one seems to have an opinion when it comes rental scooters in San Francisco.
Two Die In Horrific Union City Crash - Two people were killed Sunday afternoon when a tow truck and a Mercedes collided on a Union City street, authorities said.
Neighbors Mourns Woman’s Death In San Francisco Fire - The charred remains of a home in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District was a grim reminder Sunday of the toll the blaze took.
Petaluma Man In Custody After Alleged Burglary, Resisting Arrest - A Petaluma man was arrested after he allegedly burglarized a business and fought police officers Sunday morning.
San Pablo Police Arrest Armed Robbery Suspect - Police in San Pablo arrested an armed robbery suspect on Saturday after he was seen in the same outfit he wore while allegedly committing the crime, police said.
Atherton Power Shut Down to Rescue 2 from Downed Lines - PG&E de-energized the power grid for portions of Atherton and West Menlo Park to save the lives of two people trapped in a car in Atherton with live electrical wires on the hood.
Waffle House Patron Who Broke Up Attack ‘Saved Many Lives’ - A heroic act by a customer saved countless lives at a Nashville-area Waffle House, where a semi-nude gunman killed four people early Sunday morning.
Report: Bay Area Falls Behind on Earthquake Preparedness - The Los Angeles Times reports Sunday that there are up to 3,000 brittle concrete buildings in San Francisco, yet the city doesn't have a list of where they are located.
Squirrel Wins UC Berkeley Student Senate Seat - A "squirrel" named Furry Boi was named to the Associated Students of the University of California Senate.
2 Children Among 3 Found Dead in Modesto Home - Homicide detectives are investigating the deaths of three people, including two young children, whose bodies were found early Sunday inside a Modesto home.
1 Dead in 3-Alarm Fire in S.F. Sunset District - One person died and three people were displaced in the three-alarm fire that started late Saturday night in the inner Sunset District
Police Arrest Suspect In Fatal Stabbing Of 19-Year-Old In Sebastopol - A 19-year-old man was stabbed to death in Sebastopol Saturday afternoon and police have arrested suspect Anthony William Ibach who allegedly fled the scene in a red BMW.
Lyrid Meteor Shower Could Dazzle With 15-20 Shooting Stars Per Hour - The sky is putting on a show as Earth Day dawns. The Lyrid meteor shower will be at its peak just before dawn Sunday.
Earth Day Eco-Activities Planned Across The Bay Area All Day Sunday - Environmentally conscious Bay Area residents can walk their talk Sunday in a variety of events held all over the area for Earth Day.
4 Presidents Among Hundreds at Funeral for Barbara Bush - Barbara Bush was remembered as the "first lady of the greatest generation" during a funeral Saturday attended by four former U.S. presidents and hundreds of other people who filled the church with laughter as much as tears.
Beyond Facebook, Google Due for Greater Scrutiny - Besides Facebook, Google, YouTube and Twitter also have giant platforms awash in personal information and their methods of serving ads against this sea of content may come under the microscope next.
Emeryville Police Rescue Baby Raccoon Trapped Under SUV Hood - A baby raccoon halted traffic after he crawled inside the engine compartment of an SUV stopped at a traffic signal in Emeryville on Friday.
Trump Blasts NY Times Reporter, Says Cohen Won’t ‘Flip’ - As first lady Melania Trump attended the funeral of Barbara Bush Saturday, the president tweeted out a blistering attack on the New York Times and its Pulitzer-winning reporter Maggie Haberman, calling her "third rate."
Accepting Rights Award, Kaepernick Decries ‘Lawful Lynching’ - Amnesty International gave former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick its Ambassador of Conscience Award on Saturday for his kneeling protest of racial injustice.
S.F. Man Killed, Five Hurt in Bayview Late-Night Shooting - Six men were shot Friday night in San Francisco and one of them has died, one other has life-threatening injuries and the other four victims' injuries aren't life-threatening, police said Saturday.
2 Pedestrians Struck – 1 Fatally – in Vallejo - Vallejo police say it appears the pedestrians were crossing Sonoma Blvd outside of the crosswalk and intersection when a 2008 Ford Focus struck them.
Multiple Medical Emergencies At 4/20 Event In Golden Gate Park - Authorities Friday afternoon confirmed that ambulances were responding to multiple medical emergencies including at least one opioid overdose at Hippie Hill in Golden Gate Park where 4/20 revelers have gathered.
Smugglers Caught Trafficking Thousands Of Stolen California Succulents - It was an international smuggling ring that was trafficking not in guns or drugs, but native California succulent plants called Dudleyas, by the thousands.
Girl Sexually Assaulted on Residential Berkeley Street - A high-school-age minor was sexually assaulted by an adult male suspect in Berkeley late Thursday morning, police said.
North Korea Leader Kim Says He’ll Halt Nuke and ICBM Tests - North Korea announced it will suspend nuclear tests and intercontinental ballistic missile launches ahead of its summits with Seoul and Washington.
Longtime Online Photo-Sharing Site Flickr Sold to SmugMug - SmugMug, a company that lets photographers sell and share their photos, has acquired Flickr, a pioneering rival for sharing photos online.
Bay Area Teen Designs, Builds Prosthetic Hand for Romanian Man - Using a 3-D printer and a lot of ingenuity, a 15-year-old Bay Area resident created a new prosthetic hand for a stranger on the other side of the world, free of charge.
Silicon Valley University Abruptly Shut Down By State - The sudden shutdown of a South Bay college has crushed the dreams of many foreign students looking for a ticket to Silicon Valley.
Marine Biologists Put Undersea Wonders On Display For Cal Day - Scientists at Cal are preparing to welcome prospective students to the campus open house on Saturday with open arms. Eight of them.
Southwest Offers Apology, $5K To Passengers On Damaged Jet - Southwest is sending a letter of apology, a $5,000 check and a $1,000 travel voucher to passengers who were on a flight that made an emergency landing in Philadelphia following an engine explosion.
Another Cal/OSHA Tesla Investigation After Factory Worker Breaks Jaw - As state officials investigate Tesla over safety at the Fremont factory, another investigation has been launched following an incident where a subcontractor suffered a broken jaw.
Federal Health Officials Warn Against Eating Romaine Lettuce - Federal health officials Friday warned consumers to not eat romaine lettuce from the Yuma, Arizona growing region because a growing E. coli outbreak.
4/20 Marijuana Haze Rises From San Francisco’s Hippie Hill - Hundreds gathered on and around Hippie Hill in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park Friday, celebrating the first 4/20 day since recreational pot became legal in California.
‘Smallville’ Actress Allison Mack Arrested For Role In NXIVM Sex Cult - Officials announced on Friday that "Smallville" actress Allison Mack has been arrested in an alleged sex cult case involving the purported self-help group NXIVM.
Woman Pleads Guilty To Filing Thousands Of Fake Tax Returns, Pocketing $7.5M - A California woman pleaded guilty to filing over 2,300 fake tax returns and accepting more than $7.5 million in refund checks from the IRS.
The Go-Go’s To Take Broadway With A Merry, Musical Mashup - When the idea first came up, the Go-Go's found it so improbable and off-beat that they instantly fell in love with it.
Santa Rosa Beer Truck Theft Short-Lived - A man in patriotic garb who made off with a beer delivery semi truck in Sonoma County was apprehended by police within minutes Thursday, police said.
Bay Area Marijuana 4/20 Day Events Celebrating Legalization - A wide variety of events is on tap Friday in the Bay Area celebrating 4/20 in this, the first year that recreational use of marijuana for adults is legal in California.
Berkeley Teacher Placed On Leave After Bringing Bazooka Into School - A high school teacher who brought a decommissioned bazooka into a Berkeley classroom has been placed on paid administrative leave.
Apple Sinks On Fears Of Slowing iPhone Sales - Apple's stock is as red as the newest version of the iPhone 8.
DNC Suit Alleges Russia, Trump, WikiLeaks Conspired To Interfere In 2016 Campaign - Those named in the lawsuit include several top Trump advisers who attended the now-infamous June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower.
Electronic Dance DJ-Producer Avicii Dead At 28 - Avicii, the Grammy-nominated electronic dance DJ who performed sold-out concerts for feverish fans around the world and also had massive success on U.S. pop radio, died Friday. He was 28.
Report Concludes Former State Senate Employee Engaged In Sexual Misconduct - An investigation released Thursday by the California Senate concludes a former chief of staff engaged in "sexually inappropriate" behavior with a female subordinate while employed by the chamber.
Needing Repairs, Feds Urged To Take Back Mare Island Cemetery - A veterans' cemetery in Vallejo is in bad shape and the city wants the federal government to take it back and fix it.
Burned Out Mountain View Home On The Market For $1.48 Million - Call it a hot new trend in Bay Area real estate -- buyers snapping up burned-out and condemned properties for prices that could buy a mansion in most places.
Fremont Police Names Officers In Deadly Shooting After Pursuit - Fremont police on Thursday named the officers involved in a fatal officer-involved shooting earlier this month and described what led up to the suspect’s death.
Wells Fargo Fined $1B For Insurance And Mortgage Abuses - Two federal regulators are fining Wells Fargo $1 billion for forcing customers into car insurance and charging mortgage borrowers unfair fees.
National School Walkout Renews Calls For Gun Safety - For the second time in two months, thousands of students from across the country are streaming out of class Friday as part of a National School Walkout to demand action on gun reform.
In Released Comey Memos, Trump Talks of Putin, ‘Hookers’ - Redacted versions of former FBI director James Comey's memos documenting his interactions with Pres. Trump have been released to lawmakers and the media.
Vallejo Teacher Arrested for Allegedly Propositioning a Minor - A fourth-grade teacher at Glen Cove Elementary School in Vallejo was arrested Thursday morning on suspicion of attempting to contact a minor for sex.
San Francisco Reverses Course on Controversial Pioneer Statue - San Francisco authorities reversed a decision to remove a 19th century statue near City Hall that some say is degrading to Native Americans.
Privately-Funded Marijuana Banks Proposed For California Cannabis Cash - Managing the billions of dollars generated by California'a cannabis industry has been one of the industry's main problems. Now the state is one step closer to getting that money into banks.