California Considers Placing A Mileage Tax On DriversCalifornia is moving closer to charging drivers for every mile they drive.
Oakland City Worker Strike Suspended After Seven DaysAfter the first day of mediated negotiations with Oakland officials, striking city workers represented by SEIU 1021 and IFPTE 21 announced early Monday evening that they would return to work on Tuesday.
3rd Lane On Richmond-San Rafael Bridge Nearly CompleteRelief for drivers on one of the Bay Area's worst commutes is in sight as there is finally a timeline for the opening for the opening of a third lane on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge, according to the Metropolitan Transportation Commission.
Sentencing For Sierra Lamar Killer Set For TuesdayThe official sentencing for Antolin Garcia Torres, the convicted killer of Morgan Hill teenager Sierra LaMar, is scheduled for Tuesday in San Jose.
Appeal Court Seems Inclined To Let Youths' Climate Change Lawsuit ContinueA panel of federal appeals court judges in San Francisco seemed inclined Monday to allow a wide-ranging climate-change lawsuit to continue in pretrial proceedings for the time being.
Police Officer Injured During Brentwood SideshowA police officer in Brentwood was hurt while responding to reports of a sideshow, authorities said.
Southwest Passenger Arrested After Threatening To Kill Everyone On FlightA woman was arrested and charged after she threatened to kill fellow passengers on a Southwest Airlines flight from Portland to Sacramento in a chaotic scene captured on video.
FEMA Assistance Office Set To Shut Down In NapaA month and a half after the destructive Wine Country wildfires, the city of Napa marked a milestone Monday: it was the last day for to apply for federal assistance for residents.
'One Of My Nightmares': Pipe Bomb Attack Hits In NYC SubwayA would-be suicide bomber inspired by Islamic State extremists strapped on a crude pipe bomb, slipped unnoticed into the nation's busiest subway system and set the device off at rush hour Monday in a scenario that New York has dreaded for years, authorities said.
Bitcoin Is A Hit On Wall StreetBitcoin has exploded in popularly and volatility this year. For the first time ever, bitcoin futures have traded on a major U.S. exchange.
California Democrats Temporarily Lose Assembly SupermajorityCalifornia Democrats will be without a supermajority in the Assembly for months and risk losing the two-thirds edge needed to pass tax and fee increases in the Senate.
Former Facebook Exec: Social Media 'Ripping Apart' SocietyA former Facebook executive criticized the company he once worked for and social media as a whole, saying it is "ripping apart the social fabric" in societies around the world.

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