Pastor Seen On Video Yelling At Richmond Officers During Traffic Stop Part Of Group To Improve Relations With PoliceA Bay Area pastor caught on video going off on Richmond Police during a traffic is the founder of a group funded by the city of Oakland to repair relations between citizens and police.
Duboce Triangle Violence Sparks Community ConcernDuboce Triangle is a tiny slice of San Francisco, but it has seen some big crimes in recent years, including homicides and a recent assault.
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Low-Income Community In Gilroy Overcharged On Property Taxes For 13 YearsA low-income housing community in Gilroy could be getting an unexpected payday after being over-charged on property taxes for more than a decade.
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