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Pleasanton Police Arrest Bank Robbery Suspect After Traffic Stop

An Oakland man was arrested Wednesday morning in connection with a Pleasanton bank robbery from earlier this month, Pleasanton police said.


A cable car passes by Wells Fargo bank branch in San Francisco, California.  ( Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

San Francisco-Based Wells Fargo To Pay Millions In Discrimination Settlement

Wells Fargo has agreed to pay $175 million, the second largest housing discrimination settlement ever.



Best East Bay Museums With Free Admission

Looking for an educational getaway for you or your family? These East Bay museums will entertain without breaking the bank.



ConsumerWatch: Heirlooms Disappear From BofA Safety Deposit Box

Many consumers often use store valuable possessions in safe deposit boxes assuming it’s secure, but a Danville couple found that’s not always the case.


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California To See Bulk Of Landmark Foreclosure Settlement

The five largest mortgage lenders have reached a $26 billion settlement with 49 states, including California, over foreclosure abuses that took place after the housing bubble burst, federal officials announced Thursday.


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SF Shops For Socially Responsible Bank To Handle City’s Billions

Banks vying for the chance to manage San Francisco’s municipal accounts will have to answer hard questions about how they have handled foreclosures, said City Treasurer Jose Cisneros.


A foreclosed Stockton home. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

California To Sign Mortgage Settlement, Source Says

California and New York have agreed to sign the proposed settlement between U.S. states and the nation’s biggest mortgage lenders over foreclosure abuses, according to a source close to the negotiations.


A foreclosed Stockton home. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Deadline At Hand For California To OK Mortgage Relief Deal

As recently as two weeks ago, California Attorney General Kamala Harris rejected the plan, saying banks were asking to be absolved from any further action, something she described as too lenient.


Sept. 17: The Occupy Wall Street movement began in Zuccotti Park, near New York City’s financial district and iconic Wall Street. A protest of economic inequality, the movement has spread internationally, with “Occupy” offshoots found in cities across the world. (Photo credit by  Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

SF Bayview Man Joins ‘Occupy Kids’ Over Threats Of Losing Home

A growing number of elderly protesters are joining the Occupy Movement. One Vietnam vet from San Francisco’s Bayview District fights with them against his own possible eviction.


Occupy protest sign.  (CBS SF)

Occupy SF Protesters Target Bank Foreclosures In Excelsior

Occupy SF joined forces with other community activists to protest bank foreclosures in the city’s hard-hit Excelsior District.