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President Discusses Brexit Vote At Global Tech SummitKiet Do reports on President Obama addressing Brexit vote at Stanford tech summit Friday (6-24-2016)
Google, Facebook And Apple Drawing Lots Of Tech Tourists; Audio ExcerptSilicon Valley is giving San Francisco and other Golden State attractions a run for their money when it comes to drawing hordes of tourists. For some tourists, taking a selfie in front of Facebook is all part of the vacation plan. The notoriously secretive Silicon Valley tech giants offer no public tours of their facilities but generally allow limited public access.
Mutt With Trump Comb Over Favored In Ugliest Dog Contest; Audio ExcerptFriday’s dog show at the Sonoma-Marin Fair will never be mistaken for the annual Westminster Kennel Club gathering in New York. A collection of homely hounds have gathered in California’s Wine Country for the annual World’s Ugliest Dog contest. Included among the entries this year is a pup from Idaho who has drawn a great deal of attention for his orange fur comb-over hairstyle which some believe looks like that of presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Fernando and Greg Pride Quiz w/ HEKLINA!The guys squared off in a competition to see who knows the most about PRIDE!! Who do you think won? Fernando? Or Greg?? Watch as HEKLINA quizzes them! (6.24.16)
Warriors To Introduce Team's Draft Picks; Audio ExcerptThe Golden State Warriors selected Vanderbilt big man Damian Jones with the 30th pick of the 2016 NBA Draft. Jones, a 7'0, 245-pound center, averaged 13.9 points, 6.9 rebounds and 1.6 blocks during his junior season last year. Second-round pick Patrick McCaw has reportedly agreed to a guaranteed two-year contract with the reigning Western Conference champions
San Francisco Seeks Court Order Against Short-Term Rental Site HomeAway; Audio ExcerptSan Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera this week moved to force short-term rental site to hand over information about hosts and transactions in San Francisco to city tax collectors. A petition filed by the City Attorney’s Office in San Francisco Superior Court seeks a court order compelling to provide the information to City Treasurer Jose Cisneros, so that he can make sure hosts are properly registered and paying hotel taxes as required by city law.

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