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Livermore Bans Flavored Tobacco Sales, Enacts School Buffer Zone For Retailers
The Livermore City Council unanimously voted Monday night to ban the sales of all flavored tobacco products and electronic delivery devices citywide and introduce a 1,000-foot buffer zone between tobacco retailers and sites like schools and libraries.
Machine Gun, Grenade Launcher Seized In Foster City Weapons Bust
A man has been arrested after authorities seized illegal weapons at a Foster City home, including a machine gun with a grenade launcher.
Photos: Clusterfest Comes To A Close With Patton Oswalt, More
The third annual Clusterfest came to a close in San Francisco Sunday with performances by actor and comedian Patton Oswalt, indie rocker Japanese Breakfast, 'SNL' vets Fred Armisen and Colin Jost and more.
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NBA Draft: Warriors Take Michigan Guard Jordan Poole
The Warriors have chosen Michigan guard Jordan Poole with the 28th pick of the NBA draft, hoping the late first-rounder will make an immediate impact.
Sheriff's Deputy Weighing Lawsuit After Altercation With Raptors President
An Alameda County Sheriff's Deputy may file a suit after claiming he was seriously injured last week during a scuffle with Toronto Raptors President Masai Ujiri at the end of Game 6 of the NBA Finals.
Oakland Coliseum Naming Rights Sold to Ring Central for $1 Million
The board that oversees the Coliseum complex's operations voted unanimously on Friday to approve an agreement calling it the Ring Central Coliseum.
Raiders Agree To 1-Year Deal With Troubled Guard Richie Incognito
The Oakland Raiders agreed to a one-year deal with troubled guard Richie Incognito on Tuesday.
Oakland Eats: MeloMelo Kava Bar Expanding To Oakland, Bissap Baobab Reopens
In this edition: Grand Lake adds a kava bar with a floor-to-ceiling living wall, Downtown Oakland's Senegalese restaurant reopens and a diner is set to share tables with a Downtown coworking space.
Windmill Coffee House Makes Downtown Berkeley Debut
A new spot to score juice, smoothies, coffee, tea and more has opened for business in the neighborhood. Located at 2131 Durant Ave. in Downtown Berkeley, the new addition is called Windmill Coffee House.
Bay Area Weekend Events To Consider - May 31
Need ideas for your weekend? Check out one of these fairs and festivals on the weekend of May 31.
Oakland's Top 4 Cantonese Food Spots
Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top Cantonese spots around Oakland, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of the best spots to achieve your dreams.
SF Eats: The Brick Yard Shutters In Cow Hollow, Free Mother's Day Sandwiches
In this edition: a Cow Hollow sports bar shuts down, moms get free sandwiches at Ike's, and Ocean Beach gets a new breakfast option.
SF Weekend: Mother's Day Mercantile, SF Rose Show, Dog-Friendly 'Pup Crawl'
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Pickup Problems Persist For SFO Passengers Using Uber and Lyft
Uber and Lyft report wait times on Sunday nights at San Francisco International Airport have tripled since SFO moved rideshare to its new pickup location.
Top 3 Eco-Friendly Vacation Spots
Check out the three best spots for an eco-friendly vacation!
Big Sur Social Media Campaign Shames Selfie-Obsessed Tourists
Big Sur's world-famous coastline has been a tourist attraction for decades but a new Instagram page is shaming visitors for endangering lives in pursuit of the perfect selfie.
California Academy of Sciences Family Membership Giveaway
Enter for your chance to win a Family Membership to the California Academy of Sciences!
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Charter Schools Under Fire For Discriminatory Enrollment Practices
Bay Area charter schools among 253 charter schools in California under fire for discriminatory or exclusionary enrollment policies.
Charter Schools Gain Unprecedented Popularity In California, Waiting Lists Nearly Double
If the waiting lists are any indication, charter schools are are more popular than ever before in California.