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State Marijuana Taxes Pick Up but Still Far Off TargetMarijuana cultivation and excise tax collections hit $48 million between April and June, well below the windfall envisioned by the state.
Republicans Blast Pearl Jam Poster of Burning White HouseRepublicans on Wednesday condemned a poster by Pearl Jam that shows the White House in flames and a bald eagle pecking at a skeleton they say is meant to depict President Donald Trump.
Bus Owner Busted in Mountain View for Drugs, ParaphernaliaOne man was arrested and three others were cited after Mountain View police found a converted school bus full of hypodermic needles, drug pipes and several grams of methamphetamine.
Mystery Illness Afflicting Hundreds Of Northern California SeabirdsMore than 2,500 starving and injured seabirds have been rescued in Northern California just since the beginning of this year.
Sexual Misconduct Charges Dropped Against Former City CouncilmanFormer Santa Clara City Councilman Dominic Caserta will not face any criminal charges after being accused of sexual misconduct.
BART Considers Installing Full Body Scanners To Reduce CrimeThe implementation of these new high-tech security scanners in other major cities has raised questions about whether BART stations across the Bay Area will implement similar scanners.
US Officials: Iraqi Refugee Arrested In Sacramento Was Part Of Terror GroupA refugee from Iraq was arrested Wednesday in Sacramento on a warrant alleging that he killed an Iraqi policeman while fighting for the Islamic State organization.
Law Enforcement Pushes To Preserve California Use Of Force StandardLaw enforcement leaders want lawmakers to consider what it takes to pull the trigger before they vote on a bill to change the standard for police use-of-force from "reasonable" to "necessary."
San Francisco Sandwich Shop Menu Offers Pointed Criticism Of City's Needle PolicyA San Francisco sandwich shop had a pointed message about the city's drug addiction problem, printed at the bottom of its menu.

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Ride-Hail Driver Accused of Sexual Assault in San MateoSan Mateo police say a woman who hailed a ride was sexually assaulted by the man who picked her up. Andria Borba reports. (8-15-18)
Worker's Death in Twin Peaks Tunnel Prompts Call for InvestigationThere are new questions about the death of a construction worker who was struck by a steel beam in the Twin Peaks Tunnel. The contractor on the project is accused of lying about its past safety violations. Joe Vazquez reports. (8-15-18)
Rocklin Man Held for I-80 Crash That Killed 2, Including CHP OfficerAuthorities have arrested a man they say killed a California Highway Patrol officer and another man in a freeway crash in Fairfield last Friday. Christin Ayers reports. (8-15-18)
Misconduct Charges Dropped Against Former Santa Clara CouncilmanA former Santa Clara city councilmember will not be charged despite a sexual harassment case against him. Maria Medina explains the reason behind the district attorney's decision. (8-15-18)
Suspected Terrorist in Sacramento to Be Tried in Iraq for Killing Former Police OfficerA man was arrested in Sacramento on suspicion of a 2014 murder of a former police officer in Iraq believed to be carried out by the Islamic State. Kelly Ryan reports. (8-15-18)
Folclórico Dance Group in San Jose Puts Unique Spin on TraditionThe Ensamble Folclórico Colibri dance group is made up of mostly LGBT community in San Jose and they are partnering with a traditional folklórico troupe from Jalisco to perform dances with twists: two men or two women dancing in what is traditionally a female-male pairing, Devin Fehely reports. (8-15-18)