Business

Pot Enthusiasts To Descend On Hippie Hill For First 4/20 Since LegalizationMore than 10,000 pot enthusiasts are expected to descend on Hippie Hill at Golden Gate Park Friday to mark the first 4/20 since recreational marijuana was legalized in California. Katie Nielsen reports. (4/20/18)
Marijuana Banks Proposed By California State SenatorCalifornia state Sen. Scott Wiener is co-sponsoring a bill to allow creation of privately-funded banks to work with the cannabis industry. Susie Steimle reports. (4/19/18)
To Protect Consumers, California Is Requiring Cannabis TestingCalifornia's first legal 4/20 festivities kick off on Friday, but do you really know what you're smoking? Betty Yu reports. (4/18/18)

Family & Parenting

South Bay Mother of Triplets Sets Half Marathon RecordAnn Marie Cody is racing into the record books. She has the fastest time in the half marathon for a woman with triplets. Devin Fehely reports from San Jose. (4-15-18)
Girl Scouts Address Confusion as Boy Scouts Try to Recruit GirlsMarina Park, the CEO of Girl Scouts of Northern California, set out to dispel confusion that has arisen since the Boy Scouts began their efforts to recruit girls. Mary Lee reports. (4-12-18)
Parents Discuss Learning Firsthand About Excitement of Spelling CompetitionBack in 2014, Usha and Raj Gandhasri of San Jose spontaneously decided to compete against their peers in the adult competition just minutes after their oldest son, Rutvik, took part in the children's spelling bee. It wasn't easy. Sharon Chin reports. (3-16-18)

Local Community

San Rafael Homeowners in Showdown with City Hall Over Sidewalk RepairsThe city of San Rafael planted trees that are causing the sidewalks to crack. Now it's the homeowners who are on the hook to smooth things over. Julie Watts reports. (4-20-18)
Historic Veterans Cemetery in Vallejo in DisrepairThe Navy turned over Mare Island to the city of Vallejo years ago but now the city has sent a letter to the Feds asking them to take back the veterans' cemetery on the island which has fallen into disrepair. John Ramos reports. (4-19-18)
San Francisco Seizes Wayward Scooters to Curb Sidewalk ClutterSan Francisco has pulled the plug on electric scooters that authorities say were blocking sidewalks and building entrances. Susie Steimle reports. (4-13-18)

News

Teenage Girl Sexually Assaulted on Residential Berkeley StreetA high-school-age minor was sexually assaulted by an adult male suspect in Berkeley late Thursday morning, police said. Mark Sayre reports. (4-20-18)
Health Officials Warn Against Eating Romaine Lettuce from Southwest U.S.Federal health officials Friday warned consumers to not eat romaine lettuce from the Yuma, Arizona growing region because a growing E. coli outbreak. Maria Medina reports. (4-20-18)
North Korea Announces a Halt to Nuclear and Missile TestsNorth Korea announced Saturday it will suspend nuclear tests and intercontinental ballistic missile launches ahead of its summits with Seoul and Washington. Andria Borba reports. (4-20-18)

Local News

Teenage Girl Sexually Assaulted on Residential Berkeley StreetA high-school-age minor was sexually assaulted by an adult male suspect in Berkeley late Thursday morning, police said. Mark Sayre reports. (4-20-18)
Bay Area Teen Designs, Builds Prosthetic Hand for Romanian ManJaden Ramos, a sophomore at Redwood High School in Larkspur, used a 3-D printer to build a robotic hand for a man in Romania whom he's never met, for free. John Ramos reports. (4-20-18)
Popular Berkeley Cafe Abruptly ClosesThe Elmwood Cafe in Berkeley has suddenly shut down. Some suspect it may be linked to allegations of racial insensitivity first reported in 2015. Da Lin reports. (4-20-18)

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