San Francisco 'Dream House' Raffle Draws Scrutiny; No Homes Actually AwardedEveryone dreams of winning a huge jackpot that would change their lives, and every year, a San Francisco non-profit holds a high profile raffle with just that kind of jackpot prize: a gorgeous home.  But, in this case, the big prize really could be just a dream.
Bay Area Animal Rights Activists Face Felony ChargesA prosecutor has charged members of a Bay Area based animal liberation group with felony theft for their rescue of a turkey from a farm in Utah.
Privately-Funded Marijuana Banks Proposed For California Cannabis CashManaging the billions of dollars generated by California'a cannabis industry has been one of the industry's main problems.  Now the state is one step closer to getting that money into banks.
Berkeley Cuts Taxes On Marijuana To Compete With Black MarketCannabis buyers in Berkeley are getting a tax break as the city has dropped its taxes on marijuana from 10 percent to five percent. The main reason for the drop is to fight a booming black market.
Septic Service Owner Accused Of Illegally Dumping Raw SewageA North Bay man who runs a septic tank service is facing felony charges of dumping thousands of gallons of raw sewage.
Growing San Francisco Rat Infestation Creates Huge Demand For ExterminatorsSome San Francisco residents say they are dealing with a particularly bad rat infestation, and exterminators agree – telling customers they can’t come out right away because of the demand.
Tenants Complain S.F. Affordable Rental Program Lets Landlords Play FavoritesThere are numerous complaints about San Francisco's affordable rental program and they're coming from both tenants and landlords.
Santa Rosa Residents Who Escaped Wildfires Receive Eviction NoticesPeople who thought they dodged the North Bay wildfires because their apartment complex largely survived with minimal damage have learned four days before Christmas they are now being evicted.

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