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California Sen. Feinstein Urges North Korea Sanctions After Super Bowl Satellite OverflightJust days after the newest North Korean satellite passed almost directly over Levi's Stadium on Super Bowl Sunday, Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) made it clear that she supports enforcement of North Korea sanctions.
San Jose Activist Promises Free Weed If You Help Legalize Recreational CannabisA San Jose activist promises free weed if you help legalize recreational marijuana use in California.
3-Alarm Fire Burns Cliffside House In PacificaFirefighters knocked down a 3-alarm structure fire Friday afternoon on Palmetto Ave. in Pacifica.
Deal Delays Eviction Threat For San Francisco NunsNuns who faced possible eviction from San Francisco's gritty Tenderloin district because of a rent increase have won a reprieve.
Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Deputies Seek Suspect Who Grabbed Girl As She Walked To SchoolSheriff's deputies are seeking a man who allegedly grabbed a 13-year-old girl as she was walking to school near Watsonville Friday morning.
Pedestrians Struck By Blowgun Darts On Golden Gate BridgePedestrians walking on the Golden Gate Bridge on Friday afternoon were struck with blow gun darts, according to the California Highway Patrol.

Politics

Detroit Police Sergeant Allegedly Compared Beyonce's Super Bowl Performance To KKKA Detroit police sergeant who allegedly criticized Beyonce’s Super Bowl halftime show by posting a reference to the Ku Klux Klan is being investigated.
Obama In Atherton: ‘Strange Things’ Happen When Voters Are ScaredPresident Barack Obama said Thursday that "strange things" can happen in politics when voters are scared and that the angst people are feeling across the country is finding voice in both the Republican and Democratic parties.
Speeding Up Demolition Of Old Bay Bridge Piers Could Save Millions Of Dollars, Transportation Officials SaySome transportation officials are hoping the removal of the old Bay Bridge can be sped-up in order to save millions of dollars, but some Bay Bridge staff are skeptical of moving up the timeline.
Congress Gives Final OK To Banning Local Internet Access TaxesCongress voted Thursday to permanently bar state and local governments from taxing access to the Internet, as lawmakers leapt at an election-year chance to demonstrate their opposition to imposing levies on online service.
Lawsuit Over California High-Speed Rail Back In CourtCalifornia's $68 billion high-speed rail project is back in court Thursday as state officials defend their plans.
Congresswoman Barbara Lee Urges Speaker Paul Ryan To Debate Use Of Military Force Against ISILCongresswoman Barbara Lee (D-CA) is among the lead authors of a letter to Speaker of the House Paul Ryan Wednesday urging him to bring up for debate authorization for the use of military force against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.

Business

Benicia Commission Derails Valero's Plan To Deliver Crude Oil By TrainA proposal to deliver crude oil by train to a Benicia refinery was rejected unanimously by the city's Planning Commission Thursday night.
iPhone Warning: Don’t Set Your Phone Back To 1970An image circulating online that tells iPhone users to change their device’s date to 1970 could make your device completely unusable.
California Commercial Dungeness Crab Season Could Start Next WeekState officials opened the central coast of California to recreational Dungeness crab season on Thursday and commercial season could open as soon as late next week.
Marin County Company Selling New Coffee For $15 A Cup, $140 Per PoundA Bay Area based coffee company has introduced a new type of limited-harvest variety of bean that is selling for $15 per cup and a whopping $140 per pound.
Virtually Every Home In South Bay Real Estate Market OccupiedA new report finds the real estate market in the South Bay has the lowest residential vacancy rate in the United States.
French Court Rules Facebook Can Be Sued In Nude Painting CaseFacebook lost a crucial legal battle Friday as a Paris court ruled the social network can be sued in France over its decision to remove the account of a French user who posted a photo of a famous 19th-century nude painting.

Entertainment

Alanis Morissette Is Expecting Her Second ChildThe Grammy winning musician and rapper husband made the announcement on Twitter and on Alanis.com, Alice@97.3 reports...
Alabama Shakes Ready To Rock At Grammy AwardsBrittany Howard of Alabama Shakes remembers being a nervous, fresh-faced, first-time nominee at the Grammys back in 2013.
LL Cool J Talks GRAMMYs, Kendrick Lamar and Rock HallHe also says that he's put the "Greatest Of All Time 2" album on hold in favor of a different record.
Behind The Song: Justin Bieber- 'Where Are U Now?'Behind the song looks into Justin Bieber's smash-hit, "Where Are U Now?"
Behind The Song: Jidenna - 'Classic Man'"It's for the gentleman in every man."
Producer Rick Rubin Quietly Receives Recording Academy HonorThe 52-year-old Grammy winner didn't give an acceptance speech when he received the President's Merit Award from the Recording Academy...

Health

Yolo County Resident Tests Positive For Zika VirusA person in Yolo County who returned from a trip abroad has tested positive for the Zika virus, health officials said on Wednesday.
Santa Clara University Students With Meningitis Released From HospitalAll three of the Santa Clara University students who had been hospitalized after they were infected with meningitis have been released in good condition.
UC Researchers: Body Mass Index Wrongly Labels Millions As ObeseBody Mass Index, or BMI, has long been considered a way of determining good health. There is new evidence from University of California researchers that the number may be completely useless.
Panthers Player May Wear 3-D Printed Brace For Super Bowl 50A linebacker for the Carolina Panthers could be the first NFL player to use a 3-D printed brace if he plays in Super Bowl 50 this Sunday at Levi's Stadium.
Alameda University Employee Dies From Meningitis, No Link To SCU CasesAn employee at Argosy University in Alameda died from bacterial meningitis recently, a spokeswoman for the Alameda County Public Health Department said Thursday.
3rd Santa Clara University Student Diagnosed With Meningococcal Infection A third Santa Clara University student was found with a meningococcal infection, which has led the school to offer antibiotics and vaccines for the rest of the campus community.

Tech & Science

iPhone Warning: Don’t Set Your Phone Back To 1970An image circulating online that tells iPhone users to change their device’s date to 1970 could make your device completely unusable.
Virtually Every Home In South Bay Real Estate Market OccupiedA new report finds the real estate market in the South Bay has the lowest residential vacancy rate in the United States.
French Court Rules Facebook Can Be Sued In Nude Painting CaseFacebook lost a crucial legal battle Friday as a Paris court ruled the social network can be sued in France over its decision to remove the account of a French user who posted a photo of a famous 19th-century nude painting.
Visa Buys Nearly 10 Percent Stake In SquareVisa is now a major shareholder in Square, the Bay Area-based mobile payment services company co-founded and led by Jack Dorsey.
$9 Computer Designed In Oakland Makes WavesDesigned in Oakland, made in China, it's a small but mighty computer with four gigs of storage, Bluetooth and WiFi, for only $9.
Einstein's Right Again: Scientists Detect Ripples In GravityIt was just a tiny, almost imperceptible "chirp," but it simultaneously opened humanity's ears to the music of the cosmos and proved Einstein right again.

CBS National News

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Mets pitcher Jenrry Mejia first to draw lifetime drug ban
Northeast braces for deep freeze
Widower builds museum to honor 60-year love story

CBS World News

Cuban refugees forge new paths into United States
​U.S., Cuba to sign agreement on commercial flights
​Italy mourns, demands truth from Egypt in slaying
Pope Francis, Russian Orthodox Patriarch sign unity deal
Teen who allegedly hacked CIA chief's AOL account in custody
U.S., Seoul to take harder line on North Korea

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