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Marin Commuters Using Shortcut To Beat Freeway Traffic
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East Bay Woman Marks Milestone 107th BirthdayDa Lin reports on friends and family helping Helen Chase celebrate her 107th birthday (2/12/2016)
San Francisco Adds Robot Mower To Keep City Parks TidyThere's mowing your lawn and then there's the decidedly harder job of mowing San Francisco's parks (think hills). To keep those green slopes trim the city has rolled out a new weapon. Wilson Walker reports. (2-12-16)
SF City Attorney Says Police Who Shot Mario Woods Acted LawfullyS.F. city attorney Dennis Herrera's office issued a ruling in response to a civil rights lawsuit filed by the family of Mario Woods. City lawyers say the officers were forced to open fire to protect themselves and others after Woods refused orders to drop a knife. Emily Turner reports. (2-12-16)
Santa Cruz Surfer Wins Titans of Mavericks CompetitionThe Titans of Mavericks surf competition Friday featured some giant waves and big wipeouts and, at the end of the day, the winner was a man who knows these waters well. Maria Medina reports. (2-12-16)
ConsumerWatch: Tips 'n' Tricks For Ordering Flowers OnlineValentine Day is almost here and that means a lot of people will be paying a lot of money for flowers. But, before you go online in hopes of scoring a deal consumer reporter Julie Watts has a warning. (2-12-16)
Couple's Spat Leads to Grisly Discovery In South BayA woman who had been arguing with her boyfriend hopped a chain link fence to retrieve her cellphone (which he had tossed there) and found a human skeleton. Devin Fehely reports. (2-12-16)
Strange Wreck Leaves Truck Propped Up Against Muni BusWilson Walker reports on the bizarre Ingleside crash that miraculously caused no injuries Friday (2/12/2016)
North Coast Commercial Crabbers Await Go-Ahead After Dungeness Sport Fishing AllowedIn Bodega Bay, some fishermen are getting ready to go crabbing after getting a surprise notice on Thursday that cleared the way for sport fishing of Dungeness crab on the Northern California coast. Don Ford reports. (2-12-16)

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