San Francisco Shaming Property Owners Into Retrofitting BuildingsThere's a new shame campaign in San Francisco to force building owners to make their buildings safer In the event of an earthquake.
Racists Anonymous In Sunnyvale Helps Make People Aware Of Their Own BiasesSomething that is usually unspeakable is a conversation starter at a meeting of Racists Anonymous in Sunnyvale.
Homeless Santa Rosa Man's 2013 Murder Conviction OverturnedThe murder conviction of a homeless man who fatally stabbed a fellow transient in downtown Santa Rosa in 2013 has been overturned.
39-Year-Old Suspect Shot By CHP Officers Remains In Serious ConditionA suspect remains in serious condition after being shot by the California Highway Patrol in San Francisco.
528-Foot Dry Dock No Longer Visible After Sinking Off San Francisco CoastA 528-foot dry dock on its way to Mexico from Seattle sank about 40 miles west of San Francisco.
Redwood City High School Teacher Gets Students Engaged In PoliticsIt can be hard to get teenagers excited about politics, especially when most of them cant vote. But one creative Redwood City high school teacher has found a way to put the "party" in political party.
BART's Multi-Billion Dollar Bond Measure Feels PushbackBART warns that breakdowns and delays could be even worse if voters don't sign off on a multi-billion dollar bond measure on the November ballot.
Brock Turner Featured On Sexual Assault Awareness Posters At Cal PolyA man who literally has become the face of campus sexual assault has been spotted on posters on the campus of California State Polytechnic University in San Luis Obispo.
East Palo Alto Landlord Accused Of Bullying Tenants Appears In CourtAn East Palo Alto landlord accused of bullying his tenants makes his first court appearance.
Filmmaker Arrested In Glen Park Shooting Death Speaks Out After Release From JailA documentary filmmaker arrested for the shooting death of a man inside his Glen Park home spoke out Wednesday after being released from jail Tuesday night.
Firefighters Investigated For Drunken Brawl With Walnut Creek PoliceTwo Bay Area firefighters are on administrative leave after a weekend charity event in Walnut Creek turned ugly when a drunken, early morning brawl broke out between the firefighters and police.
Protecting Ballots, Voting Machines A Top Priority For South Bay Election OfficialsSanta Clara County is working on plans to keep ballots and voting machines safe from tampering on election day.

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