San Jose Neighbors Push Back Against Tiny Homes For The HomelessA popular neighborhood park in San Jose could be part of the homeless solution, but the people who live nearby are saying: not so fast.
Santa Cruz Considers Limiting Vacation Rentals To Ease Housing CrunchThe city of Santa Cruz is considering a dramatic step to try to ease the housing crunch by limiting vacation rentals.
Debate Over Off-Leash Rules In Parks RenewedDog owners all over the Bay Area are taking action to make a stand about National Park Service restriction of where they can take their dogs off leash.
Central Subway Delays Could Impact Warriors' New ArenaIt appears ongoing construction delays will keep San Francisco's Central Subway from being completed in time for the opening of the Warriors' new arena.
Total Solar Eclipse 1st In 99 Years To Sweep Width Of U.S.This August, the U.S. will experience its first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in 99 years.
Cal/OSHA, Chevron Reach Settlement Over 2012 Refinery FireChevron and the state Department of Occupational Safety and Health Monday announced a settlement that calls for equipment and safety upgrades worth around $20 million following a 2012 fire at the oil giant's Richmond refinery.
BART Offers Preview Of New Trains In TestingAs BART continues to test its new train cars, media in the Bay Area got a chance on Monday to take a closer look at the new fleet. 
Niles Canyon Road Reopened After Fatal Crash ClearedA fatal car crash Monday afternoon forced the closure of Niles Canyon Road from Interstate Highway 680 to Mission Boulevard in Fremont for almost six hours hours, police said.
Jahi McMath's Family Battling To Reverse Brain Death RulingMore than three years after a coroner declared a teenage girl dead, a Northern California judge is expected to soon decide whether to revoke her death certificate.
California Supreme Court Narrows 3-Strikes Ballot MeasureThe California Supreme Court has narrowed the scope of a state ballot measure that allowed some three-strike inmates to get shorter prison terms.
Attorneys: 2016 California Capitol Brawl Was 'Mutual Combat'Attorneys for counter-protesters facing rioting charges from last year's California state Capitol brawl say their clients were engaged in "mutual combat" with white nationalists.
Nanny Gets Jail, Probation After Violent Treatment Of Berkeley InfantA longtime nanny was sentenced Monday to five years’ probation, including one year in an Alameda County jail, for violently treating an infant boy under her care in Berkeley last year.

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