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16 California Firefighters Placed On Paid Leave As Ongoing Sex Tape Investigation Continues

Sixteen state firefighters have been placed on paid leave in an ongoing investigation that grew out of what California fire officials say were unfounded allegations of a sex tape.

12/29/2014

Burned House on Potrero Hill

Potrero Hill House Fire On Christmas Caused More Than $1.3 Million In Damage

A 3-alarm fire that burned at 2 homes in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill neighborhood on Christmas Day caused more than $1.3 million in damage and killed two cats.

12/26/2014

San Jose House Fire

Woman, 2 Dogs Displaced In 2-Alarm San Jose House Fire

One woman and her two dogs were displaced Thursday morning by a two-alarm fire at her home in the foothills of eastern San Jose

12/25/2014

San Jose Fire Scene

Family Of 4 Displaced In San Jose Apartment Fire Christmas Morning

Four members of a family in San Jose were displaced Thursday morning as the result of a structure fire in the southern part of the city.

12/25/2014

Potrero Hill Fire

3-Alarm Fire Burns Home In San Francisco’s Potrero Hill Neighborhood

A three-alarm fire burned one home and damaged two adjacent structures Thursday morning in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill neighborhood.

12/25/2014

Fire Department

Jumper Breaks Leg Leaping From Burning Oakland Home Where 3 Were Displaced Christmas Morning

A 1-alarm fire in Oakland Thursday morning displaced three people and one person was taken to the hospital after jumping from the home’s second floor.

12/25/2014

Santa Cruz fire

Officers Rescue Person Trapped Inside A Burning Home In Rohnert Park

A 2-alarm fire late Tuesday and early Wednesday sent three people to the hospital.

12/24/2014

Santa Cruz fire

Police Suspect Arson Responsible For 3 Car Fires In San Jose

Fire crews are investigating three separate car fires that occurred in San Jose early Tuesday morning.

12/23/2014

Patrick Brennan (San Jose Police Dept.)

Serial Arsonist Pleads Guilty To 13 Downtown San Jose Fires, Will Serve 40 Years To Life

A 49-year-old ex-felon convicted of setting fires in more than a dozen locations near downtown San Jose in January, causing about $6 million in damage, agreed in Santa Clara County Superior Court Monday to serve 40 years to life in prison.

12/23/2014

Flames seen illuminating the steam cloud during a flare-up on December 18th, 2014 (CBS)

Richmond Official Blasts Chevron For Calling Huge Flare At Plant ‘Routine’

Supervisor John Goia said the series of flares were an emergency reaction to something that went wrong at the plant.

12/19/2014

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