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Immigrant survivors of domestic violence and their supporters gathered in San Francisco Tuesday to urge the city to opt out of a federal program that could lead to the transfer of immigrants with criminal records from local law enforcement custody to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
As the news of Twitter laying off 336 employees rocked headlines Tuesday morning, some now former employees reported finding out a rather unpleasant way: via blocked access to their company email accounts.
A prosecutor told a federal judge in San Francisco Tuesday that government lawyers are planning to add new charges against Chinatown association leader Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow of soliciting two murders.
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6 People Escape Berkeley House Fire

Two people were taken to a hospital as a precaution after they escaped a two-alarm fire in Berkeley Tuesday morning, a fire battalion chief said.
A new law signed by Governor Brown this week requires all daycare workers to be vaccinated.
New evidence in a History Channel documentary could help investigators crack the infamous Alcatraz prison escape.
A tourist severely hurt when a large pine cone fell on his head as he settled into a spot to watch Fleet Week last year is suing the U.S. government for damages.
A group of Northern California religious health clinics is suing California's Attorney General Kamala Harris over the state's abortion law.
There is a push to get full refunds for Volkswagen diesel owners in the wake of the emissions-test rigging scandal.