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Dublin Closes New Water Slide After Boy Falls Off On Opening DayAfter a 10-year-old boy was ejected as he descended the three-story Emerald Plunge slide at The Wave at Emerald Glen Park in Dublin on Saturday, the slide was closed and OSHA investigators were called to investigate. Wilson Walker reports. (5-28-17)
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Dublin Closes New Water Slide After Boy Falls Off On Opening DayAfter a 10-year-old boy was ejected as he descended the three-story Emerald Plunge slide at The Wave at Emerald Glen Park in Dublin on Saturday, the slide was closed and OSHA investigators were called to investigate. Wilson Walker reports. (5-28-17)
San Jose Officer Fatally Shoots Axe-Wielding ManAn officer fatally shot a man with a history of mental illness after he charged at him and other officers with an axe during a confrontation at a San Jose apartment complex. (5-28-17)
Board of Regents Party at UC's ExpenseThe night before the UC Board of Regents voted to raise tuition they threw themselves a party at a very expensive hotel. Melissa Caen reports. (5-28-17)

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Dublin Closes New Water Slide After Boy Falls Off On Opening DayAfter a 10-year-old boy was ejected as he descended the three-story Emerald Plunge slide at The Wave at Emerald Glen Park in Dublin on Saturday, the slide was closed and OSHA investigators were called to investigate. Wilson Walker reports. (5-28-17)
San Jose Officer Fatally Shoots Axe-Wielding ManAn officer fatally shot a man with a history of mental illness after he charged at him and other officers with an axe during a confrontation at a San Jose apartment complex. (5-28-17)
Board of Regents Party at UC's ExpenseThe night before the UC Board of Regents voted to raise tuition they threw themselves a party at a very expensive hotel. Melissa Caen reports. (5-28-17)

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