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LATEST NEWS FROM CBS SF:
Report: Marin County Residents Healthiest In All Of California - A report released Tuesday found that Marin County residents are the healthiest and live the longest of residents of any county in California.
Bumps Added To Roads Near Briones Park To Discourage Sideshows - Contra Costa County Public Works is trying something new to discourage sideshow activity by adding bumps to the roadway surface.
Pedestrian Killed On Deadly Stretch Of Santa Rosa Road - A pedestrian was fatally struck early Wednesday on Santa Rosa's Stony Point Road -- the fourth pedestrian fatality on the roadway since last summer.
Univeristy Of California Research, Technical Workers Stage 1-Day Strike - Research and technical workers are staging a one-day strike at University of California campuses and hospitals, in the Bay Area and across the state, following failed contract negotiations.
San Francisco Police Officer Hospitalized After Altercation In Tenderloin - A San Francisco police officer was hospitalized after being injured in an altercation with a woman in the city’s Tenderloin neighborhood on Wednesday morning.
Petaluma Police Investigate Assault As Hate Crime - Petaluma police said Tuesday they are investigating the alleged assault of a 60-year-old white man by four to five black men earlier this month as a hate crime.
EU Fines Google $1.7 Billion For Abusing Online Ads Market - European Union regulators have fined Mountain View-based Google 1.49 billion euros ($1.7 billion) for abusing its dominant role in online advertising.
Supreme Court: Google Class-Action Case Should Be Revisited - The Supreme Court on Wednesday directed a lower court to take another look at a lawsuit that involved Google and privacy concerns and ended in a class-action settlement.
California National Guard Troops To Leave Border, Assist In Wildfire Prevention - California is calling in the National Guard for the first time next month to help protect communities from devastating fires.
Jamal Trulove, Man Framed By SFPD For Murder, Receives $13.1M From City - A man who spent more than six years in prison after police framed him for murder received a $13.1 million settlement from the city of San Francisco on Tuesday.
South Bay Police Chiefs Meet With Community Seeking Access To Records - Top cops in the South Bay are getting an earful from the community, who says a new state law designed to give them access to police records isn't giving them answers.
Transportation Department Investigating How The FAA Certified The Boeing 737 MAX 8 - After 2 recent and similar crashes, federal officials are requesting an audit to review how Boeing's 737 MAX jets were approved and certified to fly passengers.
Santa Rosa Man Displays Naked Mannequins After Being Forced To Lower Fence - A North Bay homeowner who was forced to cut down his new fence after complaints has decided to give his neighborhood quite a show in his front yard.
USC Holds Memorial For Victor McElhaney, Slain ‘Son Of Oakland’ - USC is holding a memorial Tuesday evening for Victor McElhaney, an Oakland man who was fatally shot during a failed robbery in Los Angeles.
SF Supe Suggests Renaming Street ‘Jeff Adachi Way’ For Late Public Defender - San Francisco Supervisor Matt Haney on Tuesday proposed renaming a South of Market street after late Public Defender Jeff Adachi, who passed away last month.
North Bay Elementary School Students Find Porn On iPads - A Sonoma elementary school is pulling iPads after 2nd graders accidentally accessed pornographic content on YouTube.
Curry’s Explosive 3rd Quarter Lifts Warriors Past Timberwolves, 117-107 - Steph Curry's 22-point third quarter propelled the Warriors past the Timberwolves as they regained the top spot in the Western Conference.
Raiders’ Coliseum Lease Agreement Approved By Alameda County Supervisors - Alameda County supervisors voted Tuesday to approve a lease agreement that would help keep the Oakland Raiders in the Coliseum for at least one more year.
Experimental Therapy Gives Children With Genetic Disorders A New Chance At Life - Imagine giving birth to what appears to be a healthy baby, only to discover your newborn has a devastating disease and will have to fight every day to stay alive.
No One Reported New Zealand Massacre As It Streamed On Facebook Live - The New Zealand shooter streamed his bloody rampage live, but Facebook now says not a single person reported what they were seeing.
No Charges Against San Francisco Giants CEO Larry Baer For Altercation With Wife - The San Francisco District Attorney's Office said Tuesday it would not file charges against Giants CEO Larry Baer following a physical altercation with his wife which was caught on camera.
San Jose Explores Creating Its Own Community Bank - The city of San Jose is looking into the possibility of creating its own community bank, which would mostly be used for business services like paying contractors.
SF City Attorney, Supervisor Want Juul E-Cigarettes Off Shelves, Out Of District - San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera on Tuesday announced several measures being taken to rid the city of what he says is an "epidemic" of the use of electronic cigarettes by young people.
Multi-Vehicle Crash In San Bruno Slows Northbound 101 Traffic - Authorities in San Bruno were reporting a multiple vehicle crash on northbound US-101 just sound of the San Bruno Avenue exit that has blocked four lanes, slowing traffic into San Francisco.
Oakland Recycling Truck Driver Injured After Explosion In Back Of Truck - A recycling company driver was injured early Tuesday when an explosion occurred as a recycling container was being emptied in Oakland, officials said.
Emeryville Police Investigate Suspicious Package At Home Depot Store - Police in Emeryville are investigating a report of a suspicious package near the entrance to a Home Depot location on Hollis Street Tuesday, according to authorities.
DUI Suspect Charged With Murder In Fatal Hit-And-Run In Fremont - The DUI suspect in a fatal hit-and-run collision in Fremont on Sunday evening was charged with murder by the Alameda County District Attorney.
Coast Guard Warns Bay Area Boaters, Beachgoers Of Sneaker Waves, Rip Currents - The U.S. Coast Guard warned Bay Area beachgoers and boaters of sneaker waves, strong rip currents and large shore breaks along the coast.
Overturned Propane Truck Cleared In Sonoma County, Hwy 128 Reopens - An overturned propane tanker on Highway 128 near the Sonoma and Napa County line Tuesday morning prompted an evacuation order and the closure of the highway for hours, according to authorities.
FEMA Extends Housing Program For 2017 Wine Country Fire Survivors - CA Reps. Thompson and Huffman announced that FEMA has granted an extension for an affordable housing program for those affected by the 2017 Wine Country wildfires.
Jury Sides With Sonoma Man Claiming Monsanto’s Roundup Caused Lymphoma - A federal jury in San Francisco unanimously ruled Tuesday that exposure to Monsanto Co.’s Roundup herbicide was a substantial factor in causing the non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma of a Sonoma County man.
Elderly San Jose Man In Crosswalk Hit, Killed By Car - A 78-year-old San Jose man died after being hit by a pickup truck in South San Jose on Monday morning, police said.
Dublin Teachers Vote To Authorize Strike After Negotiations Reach Impasse - Dublin teachers have overwhelmingly voted to authorize a strike in the event that a contract settlement isn’t reached with the Dublin Unified School District, the teachers’ union said.
License Plate Readers Coming To Discovery Bay - The Contra Costa Board of Supervisors unanimously approved 21 automated license plate readers, or ALPRs, to be installed at key locations in the vicinity of Discovery Bay.
Facebook Apologizes After Mistaking Trump Social Media Director Dan Scavino For Bot - Facebook on Tuesday said it had apologized to White House social media director Dan Scavino for temporarily blocking some features on his account for a few hours on Monday.
Rep. Nunes Sues Twitter, Users Over Insulting Tweets; Claims Defamation - Republican Rep. Devin Nunes of California is suing Twitter and several of its users for more than $250 million, accusing them of defamation and negligence.
Goodbye Console? Google Launches Game-Streaming Platform - Google on Tuesday unveiled a video-game streaming platform called Stadia, positioning itself to take on the traditional video-game business.
Oakland Worker Injured After Recycling Truck Explosion - An explosion involving a recycling truck in Oakland Tuesday morning left an employee is injured, according to authorities.
Hayward Construction Company Owner Convicted Of Horrendous Abuse Of Illegal Workers - A federal jury has convicted a Hayward construction company owner of recruiting workers to illegally come to the Bay Area from Mexico and then forcing them to work for little pay and under threats of violence to them and their families.
Former Defense Secretary Mattis Returning To Stanford Think Tank - Jim Mattis, who resigned as Pentagon chief three months ago, is returning to Stanford University.
Big-Rig Fire Leads To Nightmare Commute On Altamont Pass - A severe traffic alert has been issued for Interstate 580 at the Altamont Pass Tuesday morning after a big-rig caught fire, prompting lane closures.
2 Dead In Overnight RV Fire In Dixon - Two men were killed and two others were seriously burned after a recreational vehicle caught on fire in Dixon early Tuesday morning, according to the Dixon Fire Department.
SEC: Elon Musk’s Contempt Defense ‘Borders On The Ridiculous’ - Securities regulators countered Tesla CEO Elon Musk's contempt-of-court defense Monday night, writing in court papers that he brazenly disregarded a federal judge's order.
Work To Replace Expansion Joints Continues On Richmond-San Rafael Bridge - Drivers on the westbound upper deck of the Richmond-San Rafael bridge will see sparks flying for several months as highway work crews replace dozens of expansion joints, one of which failed last month and dropped concrete on top of vehicles below.
UC Berkeley Opens Investigation Linked To College Admissions Scandal - Officials at UC Berkeley have opened an investigation linked to the nationwide college admissions scandal that emerged last week.
Friend Of San Jose Homicide Victim Bambi Larson Demands Justice - The friend of a San Jose woman murdered in her own home by an undocumented immigrant with a long criminal record on Monday said Bambi Larson's accused killer deserves the death penalty.
Oakland Church Program Providing Overnight Parking For Homeless Set To Launch - Elected officials and religious leaders said Monday that they are launching a program in which homeless people who live in their cars in Oakland will now be able to park overnight in church parking lots without being harassed.
Alarming Spike In Crashes Along Dangerous Stretch Of Highway 17 In South Bay - Traffic accidents on a dangerous stretch of Highway 17 between Los Gatos and Santa Cruz spiked in January and February of 2019.
Spurs Extend Streak To 9 Straight With 111-105 Win Over Warriors - DeMar DeRozan had 26 points and nine rebounds, LaMarcus Aldridge added 23 points and 13 rebounds and the San Antonio Spurs beat the Golden State Warriors 111-105 on Monday night for their ninth straight win.
Chilling Home Security Video Shows Vallejo Prowler Steps Away From Sleeping Infant - A Vallejo family was shocked when their home surveillance camera caught a prowler looking in on their sleeping baby.
Suspect In Fatal Fremont DUI Crash On Probation For Drunk Driving - A man who was arrested in connection with a fatal hit-and-run collision in Fremont on Sunday evening that police believe may have involved alcohol was on probation for a prior misdemeanor drunk driving conviction, police said on Monday.
CHP: 3 East Bay Freeway Shootings Since Saturday Not Related - The California Highway Patrol confirmed Monday afternoon that the three freeway shootings around the Bay Area since Saturday all appear to be targeted attacks and are not related.
BART Operator Reflects On 24 Years Of Transporting Passengers - They are the men and women who get us all from here to there every single day in the Bay Area, even if you don't know their name or even see their faces in some cases. They are the drivers of public transportation, and this is Transit Driver Appreciation Day.
Seasonal Allergies Primed To Bring Misery To Bay Area Residents - After all the Bay Area’s rain and now a bit of warm weather, spring is in the air. But so is a lot of pollen and allergy specialists say it’s important to take action early before things get too miserable.
Cal And Stanford Make Women’s NCAA Tourney As Bracket Leaks - The leaked women's NCAA Tournament bracket reveals both Stanford and Cal women's basketball teams will be making the big dance.
Singer, Songwriter Andre Williams, Who Co-Wrote ‘Shake A Tail Feather’ Dies, At 82 - Andre Williams, an R&B singer and songwriter who co-wrote "Shake A Tail Feather" and performed across musical genres, has died at 82.