Oakland Approves 911 Upgrades, May Join Regional Police Radio Network
Oakland Approves 911 Upgrades, May Join Regional Police Radio Network
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Gun Buyers Rush To Last Minute Deals Before SF's Last Gun Shop ClosesCustomers rushed to San Francisco's last gun shop to scoop up last minute deals before the store closes. Mark Kelly reports. (10/6/15)
Prominent Therapist Found Shot Dead On Marin TrailPolice are seeking two people possibly connected to the fatal shooting of prominent therapist Steven Philip Carter on a Marin County trail. Joe Vazquez reports. (10/6/15)
San Jose Congressman Honda Spending Campaign Funds On Legal BillsWhile his challenger has been raking in endorsements and cash, South Bay Congressman Mike Honda has been racking up legal bills. It’s a drain on a campaign that's struggled to raise money. Devin Fehely reports. (10/6/15)
UCSF Backs Deal For Proposed Warriors ArenaA deal reached Tuesday could push a proposed Golden State Warriors arena in San Francisco further along. UCSF now said it officially endorses the arena project. Allen Martin reports. (10/6/15)
What The Equal Pay Act Means For California WomenThe Equal Pay Act signed by Gov. Jerry Brown prevents employers from paying workers less than their colleagues of the opposite sex, for performing essentially the same job. Julie Watts reports. (10/6/15)
Worker Killed In South Bay Excavator AccidentA worker was killed in an accident on a San Jose construction site. Len Ramirez reports. (10/6/15)