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Oakland Looks To Revamp Code Enforcement After Ghost Ship FireOakland Mayor Libby Schaaf said the city will try to strengthen code enforcement in the wake of a warehouse fire that killed 36 people. Phil Matier reports. (12/7/16)
Investigators Say Ghost Ship Warehouse Had No Fire Suppression SystemChristin Ayers reports on new details about the lack of fire alarms and sprinklers at the Ghost Ship Warehouse (12-7-2016)
Authorities Apprehend Man Who Breached SFO SecurityKiet Do reports on man arrested after fleeing police during SFO security breach (12-7-2016)
RAW: Oakland Mayor Schaaf Talks About Setting Up Building And Event Safety Task ForceOakland Mayor Libby Schaaf said the city will look to strengthen regulations for smoke alarms and entertainment venue safety during a press conference (12-7-2016)
Golden State Warriors Players Donate $75,000 To Fire Relief Effort; Audio ExcerptThe Golden State Warriors players and coaches have pledged $75,000 to help relief efforts for the deadly Oakland warehouse fire that happened only a few miles from their home arena.
Food For Bay Area Families: Maxim IntegratedMaxim Integrated Senior Vice President and General Counsel Ed Medlin presents a check for over $209,000 to Donna Peace of Second Harvest Food Bank. (12-7-2016) ,