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San Francisco Firefighters Rescue Precariously Perched PoochIt took 16 firefighters to rescue a precariously perched pooch that had wandered off the side of a bluff at a popular San Francisco oceanside park.
DNA Research Show Modern Humans Benefit From Neanderthal DNARecent DNA studies indicate a rather steamy prehistoric love affair between Neanderthals and early Homo sapiens may have shaped modern man's health and well-being for generations to come.
Unidentified Female Body Found Downstream Of Niles CanyonA female body was located along the Alameda Creek in Fremont by a man walking his dogs on a trail on Thursday evening.
Sausalito Mudslide Closes Alexander Avenue Until Early MarchAlexander Avenue, which connects Sausalito to the Golden Gate Bridge, will be closed to vehicles through Mar. 4 due to a mudslide.
A Swelling Creek Encroaches On A Pleasanton HomeThe creek has washed out 20 feet of a family's Pleasanton property, putting the property's value in jeopardy.
Founder Of Bette's Oceanview Diner In Berkeley Leaves Behind A LegacyBette Kroening, the founder of Bette's Oceanview Diner in Berkeley, is remembered and missed by her family, longtime customers and employees.
Bernal Heights Warehouse Collective Battles EvictionThe San Francisco Fire Department has told residents of an artist's collective living inside a warehouse near the Alemany Farmers Market to leave because the space is not zoned for residential living.
UC Berkeley Video Game Team Takes Overwatch TitleUC Berkeley recently added a brand new title to its storied sports history when the school's team was crowned the new national champions of video gaming.
Storm Damage Makes Homeowners Easy Prey For Illicit ContractorsWith many Bay Area homes sustaining damage in the recent storms, a huge demand has been created for contractors to do repairs.
Customs Agents Search SFO Plane For Wanted Immigration FugitiveA Delta flight from San Francisco to New York City was greeted at the arrival gate at John F. Kennedy International Airport by customs agents who required each passenger to show their identification documents as they deplaned.
Deputy Dies Of Injuries After Getting Hit By Bus At Santa Rita JailA veteran Alameda County sheriff's deputy has died of his injuries a day after being hit by an inmate bus driven by another deputy.
Punishing Rain Creates Rare Spectacle In Napa CountyFirst the rain, now the drain. California’s punishing rain this month has flooded neighborhoods and triggered evacuations.

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