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Wells Fargo Executive Killed When Southwest Jet Engine Fails In FlightA Wells Fargo Bank executive was killed from injuries suffered when an engine on a Southwest Airlines jet had a major in-flight failure Tuesday, sending debris through her window on the plane. Andria Borba reports. (4/17/18)
San Francisco Struggles To Adjust To Electric Scooter SharingSan Francisco officials issued cease-and-desist orders to the city's three largest electric scooter rental companies. Joe Vazquez reports. (4/16/18)
Apple Cracks Down on Employee Leaks to MediaApple warns its employees: stop leaking information to the media or we'll have you locked up!. Maria Medina reports on an internal communication that was itself leaked to the media. (4-13-18)
Tesla Removed From NTSB Investigation Of Deadly 101 CrashElectric car maker Tesla is no longer a party to a National Transportation Safety Board investigation into a deadly crash involving one of its vehicles in Mountain View last month. But the NTSB and Tesla have different versions on whose decision it was. Katie Nielsen reports. (4/12/18)
Push For Cameras After More Freeway Shootings In East BayAs officials seek more cameras to monitor freeways in the East Bay, authorities are investigating two shootings on Highway 4 this week. Jessica Flores reports. (4/12/18)
Facebook Pulls Out Of Committee Funding Campaign Against California Consumer Privacy ActFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has promised more transparency and new efforts to protect user privacy, but critics say the company is not putting its money where its mouth is. Julie Watts reports. (4/11/18)

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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)
FAA Orders Fan Blade Inspections After Fatal Southwest Jet Engine ExplosionU.S. airline regulators have ordered inspections on engine fan blades like the one that snapped off a Southwest Airlines plane, leading to the death of a woman who was partially blown out a window. (4/18/18)
How Logging Could Help Save California's Redwood ForestsSome environmentalists say it's time to start logging in California. Devin Fehely reports. (4/18/18)

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La Peña Cultural Center Thrives As A Berkeley Gathering PlaceJefferson Award Winners Expand Scope of La Peña
Santa Rosa Homeless Encampment Faces EvictionResidents of a homeless encampment in Santa Rosa that has grown since last year's deadly wildfires face eviction Thursday. The site is expected to be redeveloped into apartments. Katie Nielsen 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)

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La Peña Cultural Center Thrives As A Berkeley Gathering PlaceJefferson Award Winners Expand Scope of La Peña
Thursday Morning Forecast With Neda IranpourExpect clear skies and warmer temperatures on Thursday, with highs in the 60s by the bay and around 70 inland. By the weekend, inland highs will reach the 80s. Neda Iranpour has the forecast. (4/19/18)
Santa Rosa Homeless Encampment Faces EvictionResidents of a homeless encampment in Santa Rosa that has grown since last year's deadly wildfires face eviction Thursday. The site is expected to be redeveloped into apartments. Katie Nielsen reports. (4/19/18)

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