San Jose Homeless Health Fair Offers Flu Shots, Voter RegistrationHundreds of the homeless turned out for a free health fair in San Jose on Friday.
Berkeley Mail Carrier Accused Of Dumping Ballot GuidesA mail carrier in Berkeley is under fire, for allegedly dumping ballot guides in a recycling bin.
Thousands Of Baby Toads Heading To Puerto Rico From Oakland ZooThousands of critically endangered baby toads are en route to Puerto Rico from the Oakland Zoo.
Biggest Union Of California State Workers Planning Strike VoteThe biggest union representing state government workers is planning a strike vote next week.
Millennium Tower Developers Rethink Plans For Separate 45-Story Condo Project's Anchor-Less DesignThe development company that’s in the middle of a controversy over its sinking high rise in San Francisco is re-drawing its foundation plan for another tower it’s currently building.
Oakland Elders Try To Steer Youth Onto Right Track, Bridge Gap With PoliceThrough expression, compassion and understanding in the African American community, there is hope that dreams deferred can one day become dreams fulfilled.
California Facing School Attendance CrisisA just released a report from the state Department of Justice finds California continues to face a school attendance crisis.
Pool Of Undecided Voters Shrinking Fast As Final Presidential Debate ApproachesWednesday night is the third presidential debate - the candidates’ final chance on a national stage to bring the dwindling group of undecided or wavering voters into their camp.
First Time Buyers Account For Nearly Half Of Recent Home SalesReal estate experts are blown away by new figures just released from Zillow that show who is buying homes.
Russian Hacker Arrested In Prague; LinkedIn Suggests Ties To 2012 BreachThe professional networking service LinkedIn is suggesting the arrest of a Russian hacker suspected of cyberattacks in the United States was tied to a 2012 breach of member information.
Daughter Of Slain Oakland Officer Works To Defend Cops Amid Anti-Police BacklashWhen an officer is killed in the line of duty, the toll it takes on the force, and the officer’s family can be everlasting.
Oscar Grant Friends, Family Keep His Memory Alive Amid Other Police ShootingsA long list of people have been killed by Bay Area police officers since the 2009 New Year’s Day shooting of Oscar Grant

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