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Pets Potentially More At Risk If Recreational Marijuana Law PassesOn November 8th, Californians will decide whether to legalize marijuana for adult recreational use. But with the latest Field poll showing Proposition 64 ahead by a two-to-one margin, there's a growing concern about an unintended consequence - more cases of dogs digesting cannabis products.
Firefighters Gain On Loma Fire In Santa Cruz MountainsFirefighters start to gain on Loma Fire in the Santa Cruz Mountains, which had burned 2,865 acres and was 22 percent contained Wednesday night.
New Surveillance Cameras Installed At Scene Of Oakland Double HomicideIt took a recent double homicide at East Oakland's Cesar Chavez Park to prompt the city to finally take action and install new surveillance cameras that work.
San Jose Uses New Tactic To Combat Illegal DumpingThere is a new strategy to combat illegal dumping in San Jose.
Online Payday Lender LendUp To Pay Millions For Overcharging, False MarketingA San Francisco startup with millions in venture capital funding - hailed by many as an alternative to abusive payday lending - has agreed to pay millions in redress for overcharging consumers and using deceptive marketing tactics.
Construction Concerns Could Halt Transbay Terminal TunnelThe sinking and tilting of millennium tower has raised new questions about San Francisco's downtown building boom.

Politics

Construction Concerns Could Halt Transbay Terminal TunnelThe sinking and tilting of millennium tower has raised new questions about San Francisco's downtown building boom.
Train Filled With Hazardous Materials Sitting On Sonoma County Tracks Sparks Legal FightIn Sonoma County, a train, filled with hazardous materials is sitting abandoned on the tracks as a fight over who is responsible for moving it drags on.
Culinary Union Calls For Nationwide Boycott Of Trump’s BusinessesUnion members are calling for a boycott of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's businesses because he isn't negotiating a contract with workers at his Las Vegas hotel.
Gov. Brown Signs Bill Giving Right To Vote To Thousands Of FelonsUnder the new law, anyone convicted of a felony, but who is not currently in state or federal prison or on parole, is allowed to vote.
California Lifts Rape Statute Of Limitations In Wake Of Cosby CaseGov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill eliminating California's 10-year time limit for prosecutors to file rape and child molestation charges.
17 Million Twitter Reactions During Most-Watched Debate In U.S. HistoryIt wasn't just a record number of TV viewers who were checking out Monday night's the presidential debate. Social media was abuzz, too.

Business

Online Payday Lender LendUp To Pay Millions For Overcharging, False MarketingA San Francisco startup with millions in venture capital funding - hailed by many as an alternative to abusive payday lending - has agreed to pay millions in redress for overcharging consumers and using deceptive marketing tactics.
Train Filled With Hazardous Materials Sitting On Sonoma County Tracks Sparks Legal FightIn Sonoma County, a train, filled with hazardous materials is sitting abandoned on the tracks as a fight over who is responsible for moving it drags on.
Vallejo Waterfront To Be Transformed; Major Development Gets Green LightIt's been talked about for almost a decade, but now a major development in Vallejo that will change the city's waterfront has gotten the green light.
Culinary Union Calls For Nationwide Boycott Of Trump’s BusinessesUnion members are calling for a boycott of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's businesses because he isn't negotiating a contract with workers at his Las Vegas hotel.
Tiny San Francisco Shop May Be Smaller Than Your ClosetAn artist's ceramic shop in San Francisco - where real estate is the priciest in the country - is easily the smallest store in the city and maybe the country, measuring just 36 square feet.
Authorities Warn Ransomware Now Top Cybercrime ThreatEuropean police agency Europol says the threat from ransomware has now eclipsed other forms of online theft.

Entertainment

Great America Ride Shut Down After Irking Mental Illness AdvocatesA virtual reality thrill ride featuring a trip through a haunted psychiatric ward is being shut down at Great America after some riders found it to be insensitive.
Culinary Union Calls For Nationwide Boycott Of Trump’s BusinessesUnion members are calling for a boycott of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's businesses because he isn't negotiating a contract with workers at his Las Vegas hotel.
'All My Children' Creator Agnes Nixon Passes AwayNixon, the creative force behind the popular TV soap operas "One Life to Live" and "All My Children," died Wednesday in Haverford, Pennsylvania at the age of 93...
California Lifts Rape Statute Of Limitations In Wake Of Cosby CaseGov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill eliminating California's 10-year time limit for prosecutors to file rape and child molestation charges.
'NCIS' Showrunner Gary Glasberg Dies At 50Executive producer of TV's "NCIS" and creator of "NCIS: New Orleans" Glasberg died in his sleep Wednesday...
Actor & Rapper 'Common' Compares Colin Kaepernick To Muhammad Ali"I truly relate to what Colin Kaepernick is doing," Common said.

Health

Health Insurer Aetna Subsidizes Apple Watches For Some PatientsHealth insurance giant Aetna plans to help pay for the purchase of an Apple Watch for some of its customers.
Soda Tax Battle Bubbles Up In Bay AreaThe national fight over sugary soda is bubbling up in the Bay Area, where voters in November will consider a tax on the drinks.
Baby Born With DNA From 3 People Through Controversial TechniqueScientists say the first baby has been born from a controversial new technique that combines DNA from three people -- the mother, the father and an egg donor.
Gov. Brown Requires CPR Instruction In High SchoolsGovernor Jerry Brown signed into law Saturday AB 1719, a law that requires hands-on cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) instruction, along with Automated External Defibrillator awareness in high school health classes,
Best Ways To Get Involved With Breast Cancer Awareness Month In The Bay AreaOctober is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, with tons of information to highlight not only the disease and the lives it affects, but also the opportunities to join in the efforts for education, research and funding. Awareness is a start to finding a cure to breast cancer one day soon.
Gov. Brown Approves Dispensing 1-Year Supply Of Birth ControlCalifornia women will be able to make fewer trips to the pharmacy to pick up birth control under a new law.

Tech & Science

Online Payday Lender LendUp To Pay Millions For Overcharging, False MarketingA San Francisco startup with millions in venture capital funding - hailed by many as an alternative to abusive payday lending - has agreed to pay millions in redress for overcharging consumers and using deceptive marketing tactics.
Authorities Warn Ransomware Now Top Cybercrime ThreatEuropean police agency Europol says the threat from ransomware has now eclipsed other forms of online theft.
17 Million Twitter Reactions During Most-Watched Debate In U.S. HistoryIt wasn't just a record number of TV viewers who were checking out Monday night's the presidential debate. Social media was abuzz, too.
Martin Shkreli Auctions Off Chance To Punch Him In The FaceEmbattled pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli is giving some people what they want - a chance to punch him in the face.
Health Insurer Aetna Subsidizes Apple Watches For Some PatientsHealth insurance giant Aetna plans to help pay for the purchase of an Apple Watch for some of its customers.
Apple Sets Up London Headquarters In River Thames LandmarkApple will be setting up its London headquarters in the boiler room of the Battersea Power Station, a London landmark on the south bank of the River Thames.

CBS National News

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Police: Teen shoots 3 at S.C. elementary school
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CBS World News

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Iraq asks for more U.S. troops in build-up to key battle

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