Mayor Lee Vetoes Legislation Imposing 60-Day Cap On Short-Term RentalsSan Francisco Mayor Ed Lee Thursday vetoed legislation that would have imposed a new 60-night annual limit on all short-term rentals, saying it would drive more hosts to rent units illegally.
SFPUC Determines Different Cause Behind Smelly Tap WaterNew information surfaced Thursday about what has been causing stinky water to come out of some Bay Area taps since last week.
San Jose Teacher Accused Of Having Sexual Relationship With StudentA teacher in San Jose was arrested Thursday for allegedly having a sexual relationship with a student.
Fishermen Help Rescue Whale Entangled Near Bodega BayThree fishermen on the boat, Legacy, risked their lives to save a whale entangled in crab pots near Bodega Bay.
UC Berkeley Vigil Held For Ghost Ship Warehouse VictimsThere was an emotional remembrance at UC Berkeley Thursday in remembrance of five people with university ties who were among the 36 killed in the Ghost Ship warehouse fire in Oakland over the weekend.
Worried Oakland Artists Call On Officials To Stop EvictionsThere were new reports of mass evictions in the East Bay on Thursday happening in the wake of the deadly Oakland warehouse fire.
Truck Carrying Chicken Guts Spills Load On Peninsula Highway 101The afternoon commute along U.S. 101 on the Peninsula was especially messy Thursday after a big rig carrying chicken parts spilled part of its load.
Fox Theater To Host Oakland Fire Benefit ConcertAnother Planet Entertainment on Thursday announced a new benefit concert called Oakland United aimed at raising funds to help the victims of last week's Ghost Ship fire.
Two More Victims In Oakland Ghost Ship Fire IdentifiedThe coroner on Thursday released the names of two more victims who died in the massive warehouse fire in Oakland that claimed 36 lives last Friday.
House Approves $558M For California In Wide-Ranging Water BillThe House on Thursday passed a wide-ranging bill to authorize water projects across the country, including $558 million to provide relief to drought-stricken California.
Motorist Freed From Vehicle After Big-Rig Crash On I-80Firefighters removed a person who was trapped in a vehicle after a collision with a big-rig on eastbound Interstate Highway 80 in Vallejo Thursday morning, fire officials said.
New GGNRA Dog Restrictions Expected In 2017Dog lovers who like to take their pets to the Golden Gate National Recreation Area will likely see major restrictions on where they can walk them on leash.

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