Judge To Decide On $15 Billion Volkswagen Emissions Deal A federal judge in San Francisco is facing a deadline on whether to approve a nearly $15 billion deal over Volkswagen's emissions cheating scandal.
San Francisco Filmmaker Arrested In Glen Park HomicideSan Francisco police are investigating a homicide Monday in the city's Glen Park neighborhood.
East Palo Alto Landlord, Son Arrested For Targeting Rent Controlled TenantsAn East Palo Alto landlord and his son are facing charges in connection with an alleged plot targeting tenants in rent controlled units.
17-Year-Old Boy Shot At San Jose Park Dies At HospitalA teen shot at a San Jose park and pronounced dead at a hospital Wednesday night has been identified.
Peninsula Residents Tired Of Noisy SFO Flight Paths, Seek FAA ChangesBay Area neighborhoods are fed up with planes constantly flying over their homes.
California Lawmakers Say Guardsmen Shouldn't Be Paying Back Re-Enlist BonusesIt's being called an outrage: California National Guard soldiers being told to pay back bonuses they received to re-enlist.
Company Markets High-Tech Hovering 'Selfie Drone'Selfie technology is reaching new heights with the latest gadget that is taking a quantum leap past the selfie stick in the quest for the perfect shot.
Tove Lo Announces North American 'Lady Wood' Tour With Bay Area StopThe Swedish singer has announced her European and North American tour dates to support the new album "Lady Wood" due out this Friday...
Racist, Pro-Trump Graffiti Shocks Spanish-Speaking Elementary SchoolStudents arrived at a Bay Area elementary school for Spanish-language children Monday morning to find it vandalized with anti-immigrant messages, echoing one of Donald Trump's key campaign promises.
Peninsula Humane Society Accused Of Mistreating AnimalsWorkers with the Peninsula Humane Society are accusing the facility of not properly taking care of animals and offering long-standing promises to improve shelter conditions that have never materialized.
Prop 57 Would Give Power To Try Juveniles As Adults To Judges, Not ProsecutorsProposition 57 which would take the power of charging minors as adults -- a practice known as "direct filing" -- away from district attorneys and give it to judges.
Tenderloin May Be 'Union Square West' Of The FutureA real estate firm suggests a new name for part of San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood could make it more appealing.

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