Poll Shows Effort To Recall Judge Persky Could Be WaningRecent desperate pleas by embattled Santa Clara County Judge Aaron Persky to avoid being recalled may be having an impact on voters, according to the numbers in the latest exclusive KPIX Survey USA Poll.
Facebook Chief Faces EU Grilling Over His 'Digital Monster'Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg faced tough questions from European Union lawmakers Tuesday over what one of them branded Zuckerberg's "digital monster."
California Appeals To Defend Law Allowing Life-Ending DrugsCalifornia's attorney general has appealed a judge's decision to toss a 2016 state law allowing the terminally ill to end their lives.
EPA Bars AP, CNN From Summit On ContaminantsThe Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday barred the Associated Press, CNN and the environmental-focused news organization E&E from a national summit on harmful water contaminants.
Women Look To Make Mark On Male-Dominated Marijuana IndustrySince just nine states have broad legalization, there isn't much data on the so-called grass ceiling for women or minorities in leadership roles.
Mayors Pledge Support For Bridge Toll Hike On June BallotThe mayors of the three largest Bay Area cities on Monday announced their support for a regional measure that aims to help solve the Bay Area’s traffic woes by raising tolls by as much as $3 on the region’s seven bridges.
Homes Providing Care For Mentally Ill In San Francisco At Risk Of ClosingA San Francisco program that helps the severely mentally ill stay off the street by housing them in small group homes is quietly disappearing, taking away a vital safety net that no one seems to be trying to save.
Oakland Mayor Fires Back After 'Libby Schaaf Act' IntroducedThree months after Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf alerted the Bay Area about an impeding ICE raid, a Republican congressman introduced a bill Monday that could send any official to prison if they make such a warning.
Poll Shows Santa Clara County Sheriff's Race Up For GrabsNext month's primary election includes a showdown in the South Bay as Santa Clara County's longtime sheriff fights to keep her job after overseeing one of the biggest scandals in department history.
California May Expand Gun Violence Restraining Order LawCalifornia lawmakers took steps Monday to let school employees ask judges to temporarily strip gun rights from potentially dangerous people in the wake of a mass school shooting in Texas.
Incoming NRA President Oliver North Links School Shootings With Ritalin UseThe National Rifle Association's incoming president has linked school shootings and other violence to the use of medications such as Ritalin, but a medical expert who's studied the drugs says there's "no evidence whatsoever" of a connection.
Lawmakers Seek Ban On Cow Palace Gun Shows After Mass ShootingsSenate Bill 221 will ban sales of guns and ammunition at the Cow Palace with an exemption for gun buyback programs organized by law enforcement.

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