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World Series Preview: For Cubs Or Indians, Decades Of Waiting Nearly Over; Audio ExcerptThe Indians last won a World Series in 1948 during the Truman administration. The Cubs, who hadn’t even been in the World Series for 71 years, last won in 1908 while Teddy Roosevelt was in office. The teams will face off Tuesday night in Game 1 of the 2016 World Series.
SFO To London Flight Makes Emergency Landing With Ill Crew; Audio ExcerptA plane traveling from San Francisco to London diverted to Vancouver after members of the crew reported feeling ill, British Airways said Tuesday.
Driver Slams Into 2 Oakland Police Cars, Passenger Killed; Audio ExcerptA 27-year old man died when the car he was a passenger in struck three Oakland police cars and other vehicles early Tuesday morning, according to police.
ESPN Has Ranked The 49ers As The Worst Organization In Sports!You would have thought it would be the Cleveland Browns but nope, the San Francisco 49ers. Looks like Jed York really needs to reevaluate the way he does things. Look at the bright side, the Warriors season starts today!
Big Money Reportedly Flowing Into Bay Area Soda Tax Debate; Audio ExcerptAccording to reports, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, The American Heart Association, and others, have already shelled out over $12 million to support the passage of soda taxes on the November ballot. Funding in support of the soda tax pales in comparison to the reported $30.8 million the American Beverage Association has spent in opposition.
Study: E-Cigarettes May Help Combat Obesity In Smokers Trying To Quit; Audio ExcerptResearchers in Britain and New Zealand have reportedly found a potential new use for electronic cigarettes in smokers who want to give up the habit: controlling appetite and limiting the weight gain that often comes with quitting.

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