Reporter, DJ, Broadcaster On List Of Worst Jobs For 2017Two of the worst jobs in the country are newspaper reporter and broadcaster according to careercast.com.
Holy Guacamole! Avocado Shortage Makes Prices Soar This Cinco De MayoGuacamole lovers could suffer sticker shock this Cinco de Mayo. An avocado shortage has pushed prices to record highs.
Pinterest And Michaels Team Up For Limited Number Of Crafting KitsA San Francisco social media company and a brick-and-mortar craft retailer are hoping to cash in on kit craze.
West Coast Dockworkers To Vote On Labor-Peace Deal At S.F. MeetingWest Coast seaports could get long-term labor peace if dockworkers approve a new contract extension.
California Gun Owners Sue, Challenge Ban On High-Capacity MagazinesA group of California gun owners is challenging the state's ban on large capacity magazines, saying it violates their constitutional rights.
Gov. Brown Signs $5 Billion Per Year Tax Hike To Fix Roads California drivers will see their gas prices rise in November and will pay more to register their vehicles come January.
Trump's Executive Order Aims To Expand Offshore DrillingU.S. President Donald Trump aims to further open up offshore drilling in U.S. waters with an executive order issued Friday morning.
Facebook Gearing Up To Fight Political PropagandaFacebook is acknowledging that governments or other malicious non-state actors are using its social network to influence political sentiment in ways that could affect national elections.
Bay Area Median Home Price Approaches All-Time HighThe number of Bay Area homes sold in March hit a five-year high, with the region’s median sales price creeping up towards last summer’s all-time high.
Testing Shows Many Bay Area Restaurants Mislabel FishBay Area consumers have a reputation for being in the know but, when it comes to some seafood, local diners may be way off track.
Abandoned Quarry In Marin County Transformed Into Solar FarmAn old abandoned quarry in Marin County has been transformed into a solar farm.
$2.5 Million Teardown In Palo Alto Sells For Well Over Asking PriceA humble abode in Palo Alto fetches more than $500,000 above the asking price -- and it was marketed as a teardown.

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