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Volunteers Map Emergency Escape Trails From Berkeley Hills WildfiresLong-time residents of the Oakland-Berkeley hills are well aware how fast an out-of-control wildfire can overwhelm the normal escape routes from a fire's deadly and fast-moving flames.
Classic Car Fans Flock To Downtown DanvilleAs he sat in his bright red 1955 Thunderbird in downtown Danville Sunday, Calvin Black had a wide smile on his face.
Bay Bridge Series: A's Beat Giants 6-5 In 10 InningsJeurys Familia got the win in his Oakland debut, Marcus Semien scored from second base on Matt Chapman's infield chopper in the 10th inning, and the Athletics beat the San Francisco Giants 6-5 on Sunday.
Veterans Program Shut Down After Deadly Yountville Hostage StandoffThe Pathway Home, which from 2008 until last March provided mental health therapy for veterans at a facility on the grounds of the California Veterans Home, will not reopen after a shooting that killed the center's director, a psychologist and a therapist.
Parkland Shooting Survivors Bring Gun Control Message To OaklandA group of teenage survivors of the Parkland High School shooting brought their plea for stronger gun control to Oakland on Sunday.
People Killed In Duck Boat Tragedy Weren't Wearing Life JacketsThe 17 people who died in the duck boat tragedy last week in southwestern Missouri were not wearing life jackets when found, a source with knowledge of the investigation told CNN Sunday.
Alzheimer's Experts Call for Better Dementia DetectionToo few people with signs of mental decline are getting checked during routine medical visits or told when a problem is found, says a panel of Alzheimer's disease experts.
Fresh and Familiar Faces Boost Democratic Socialism Across U.S.Forty-two people in 20 states this year are running for offices at the federal, state and local levels with endorsement of the Democratic Socialists of America.
Nevada Sex Workers Resist Efforts to Close Legal BrothelsA pimp's campaign for the legislature has sparked an anti-brothel effort that sex workers fear could spread to parts of Nevada that allow legal prostitution.