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Funk Legend Returns To San Francisco To Play The IndependentGeorge Clinton and his Parliament-Funkadelic crew return to the Bay Area to play marathon sets for their Bay Area fans with two shows at the Independent in San Francisco.
S.F. Officials Unveil 'Frida Kahlo Way' Street Sign for Renamed Phelan AvenueSan Francisco has renamed Phelan Avenue to Frida Kahlo Way and city officials celebrated the occasion Friday with the unveiling of new street signs.
Ray Taliaferro's Son: Father's Death 'Is Just Not Adding Up'The son of famed Bay Area broadcaster Ray Taliaferro said he has hired a private investigator to look into details of how his famous father died in Paducah, Kentucky -- far from his San Francisco home.
Concord Police Lip Sync Video Prompts Criticism Over $34,000 Price TagA pricey PR move is causing controversy in Concord; with the police department spending $34,000 to hire a production company for a lip sync video. 
Drake, Kendrick Lamar Top 61st Grammy Award NominationsThe 61st Grammy Award nominations were announced Friday morning with Drake and Kendrick Lamar leading the way in the biggest categories, both earning nods for record, album and song of the year. Those two aside, this year's top awards are dominated by women. 
Legendary Fillmore West Concert Venue Could Fall to Wrecking BallThe former site of the Fillmore West, where the San Francisco sound was cultivated by rock 'n' roll acts that went on to become legends, is slated to be demolished to make way for condos.

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3 missing in West Virginia coal mine found aliveAfter days of searching, three people missing in an abandoned West Virginia coal mine have been found alive. A fourth person who entered the mine with them emerged Monday and helped with the search. CBS News national correspondent Chip Reid reports from West Virginia.
Mark Meadows out of running as chief of staff search continuesU.S. Rep. Mark Meadows of North Carolina is out of the running to be President Trump's next chief of staff. Niall Stanage, White House columnist for The Hill, joins CBSN to discuss the latest developments and the rest of the day's political headlines.
Uncle accused of 3-year-old's gruesome murderA Kentucky father heard his 3-year-old daughter scream on baby monitor as her uncle slit her throat, the sheriff said. Relatives say the man has mental health problems.
Are California and Texas the new early-state primary elections to watch?When it come to presidential primary elections, all eyes are usually on Iowa and New Hampshire, but in 2020, California and Texas could attract almost as much attention. Gromer Jeffers, a political writer for the Dallas Morning News, and Dave Bryan, a political reporter for KCBS and KCAL, join CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss.
12/12: CBS Evening NewsFormer Trump attorney Michael Cohen sentenced to 3 years in prison; Blind swim coach uses his hearing to help his team
Former Trump attorney Michael Cohen sentenced to 3 years in prisonPresident Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen once said he would take a bullet for the president. Instead, he turned on him and pleaded guilty to nine counts in federal court. On Wednesday, he was sentenced to three years in prison. CBS News Washington correspondent Paula Reid has the latest.