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Gov. Brown Signs Sex Crime Bill Tied To Stanford Swimmer's CaseThe governor approved requiring sentences to be served in state prison for defendants convicted of assaulting unconscious victims instead of the light jail sentence like the one Brock Turner received in June. Melissa Caen reports. (9-30-16)
BERKELEY CHURCH FIRE: Raw Video Of Massive Fire Destroying Berkeley ChurchBerkeley firefighters battled a massive fire Friday as it roared through a historic Berkeley church
Legalizing Recreational Marijuana Could Raise Housing PricesIf recreational marijuana is legalized in November, it could raise housing prices in the Bay Area, a new report finds. Michelle Griego reports. (9/30/16)
Rare ‘Black Moon’ Rises Over Western Hemisphere Friday Night; Audio ExcerptA rare “black moon” rises Friday night over the Western Hemisphere, but don’t expect to see it. NASA says a black moon is the second new moon in a calendar month. A new moon is the start of the lunar cycle and the phase where the moon is impossible to see because it’s completely shrouded in darkness.
San Jose Teacher Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Student In 2007; Audio ExcerptA San Jose teacher was arrested Thursday on suspicion of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old student in 2007, police said. Los Gatos resident David Scott Graham, 64, was the victim’s algebra teacher at Harker Academy when he reportedly used his position of authority to exploit the girl into a sexual relationship, according to authorities.
San Francisco Launches Year-Long Speeding Crackdown; Audio ExcerptSan Francisco drivers can expect to see more speed enforcement along key corridors throughout the city following the launch Thursday of a new year-long crackdown effort. The Safe Speeds SF campaign will focus an additional 132 hours a week of enforcement along streets where city data analysis has found that traffic speeds and injuries and deaths are particularly high.