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BART Looks To Reduce Delays With $900M Train Control SystemBART officials said a new system would mean fewer delays and less crowding, as trains would be able to run closer together.
LSD Micro-Doses Unleash Creativity, Problem-Solving For Bay Area ProfessionalsA growing number of Bay Area professionals are taking tiny doses of LSD to ramp up their job performance and stoke their problem-solving abilities.
Solar-Powered Plane Lands Safely In Arizona After Leaving Bay AreaA solar-powered plane has landed in suburban Phoenix after a flight from California on the latest leg of its round-the-world journey.
Atherton Considers Selling Naming Rights To Pay For New Civic CenterThe wealthy city of Atherton is considering selling the naming rights from everything from street names to park benches.
Tesla Expanding Operations With Over 1 Million Square Feet Of Space In LivermoreTesla Motors is expanding into Livermore as the electric car maker ramps up production on two new models.
Ocean Robot Developed In Palo Alto To Explore Unseen DepthsBay Area researchers are at the forefront of better understanding the ocean, and a robot developed in Palo Alto will help them explore what hasn’t yet been seen, nearly three miles down.
Judge Suspends WhatsApp Throughout Brazil For 3 DaysThe popular WhatsApp messaging service is not working in Brazil, apparently as a result of an ongoing judicial battle.
3 Earth-Sized Planets Found Orbiting Dwarf Star Just 40-Light-Years AwayAstronomers searching for life beyond our solar system may need to look no farther than a little, feeble nearby star.
After 12 Year Wait, CleanPower SF Begins Providing Renewable EnergyWith the flip of a switch, San Francisco took a huge step Sunday towards 100 percent green power.
Mystery Founder Of Bitcoin Comes ForwardAn Australian man long rumored to be associated with the digital currency Bitcoin has publicly identified himself as its creator.
Solar Impulse Departs Moffett Field To Continue Global JourneyA solar-powered airplane soared above the clouds Monday after taking off from California for Arizona to resume its journey around the world using only energy from the sun.
Some Ride-Share Service Drivers Owe Hefty Fees For Business LicensesThousands of Uber and Lyft drivers say they are being blind-sided after learning they owe hundreds and in some cases thousands of dollars for business licenses.

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