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Referee Peter O'Leary from New Zealand uses vanishing spray to mark the position of the ball before a free kick during the group stage football match between Mexico and Greece at the FIFA Under 20 World Cup at the Kamil Ocak stadium in Gaziantep on June 22, 2013. AFP PHOTO/TURKPIX/Aykut AKICI =RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE= (Photo credit should read AYKUT AKICI/AFP/Getty Images)

Referee Vanishing Foam Makes World Cup Debut To Put An End To Players ‘Scooching Up’

One of the newer aspects of international soccer on display at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil will be the use by referees of vanishing spray to mark areas on the field.

06/12/2014

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100s Line Up At San Francisco’s Niketown For Latest Kanye West Sneaker

The hype over Nike’s newest release of basketball shoes led hundreds of people to line up in at Niketown in San Francisco’s Union Square with hopes of owning a pair.

04/19/2014

The Center for Environmental Health in Oakland claims these baby products have high levels of a flame retardant called Tris, which can cause cancer. (CBS)

ConsumerWatch: Oakland Group Finds Banned Flame Retardant In Baby Products

A cancer-causing chemical banned more than three decades ago is turning up in baby products found nationwide.

12/06/2012

(AP)

Hayward Passes Ban On Polystyrene Foam

Hayward is joining a list of Alameda County cities taking steps to improve the environment by restricting the use of polystyrene foam.

CBS San Francisco–10/14/2010

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