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Heavy Police Presence Doesn't Dampen Black Friday Holiday Shopping Spirit In Union Square
After a rash of smash and grab retail robberies, among the greeters, shoppers, and visitors in Union Square on Black Friday, were San Francisco police officers.
New COVID Variant 'Omicron' Identified; Dow Stocks Tumble More Than 900 Points
The World Health Organization issued a warning Friday of a new COVID variant named 'Omicron' that has been identified in South Africa and other counties.
Photos: Rival Sons and Reignwolf Rock Out at the Warfield
Blues-rock band Rival Sons brought their current tour with Reignwolf and Jameson to the Warfield in San Francisco Thursday.
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Warriors Use Big Second-Half Comeback To Beat 76ers, Win 5th Straight
Stephen Curry scored 25 points to younger brother Seth's 24 for the 76ers, and the Golden State Warriors used a big second-half comeback to beat Philadelphia 116-96 on Wednesday night for their fifth straight win.
Ready To Return To The Court, Klay Thompson Says Warriors Have Another Shot At Title
In due time, Klay Thompson is counting on more 37-point quarters and other scoring outbursts from himself, like the time he made 14 3-pointers in a game.
Poole, Wiggins Have 30-Point Outings, Warriors Beat Raptors
Jordan Poole had his second straight 30-point performance with 33, Andrew Wiggins added 32 points and seven rebounds, and the Golden State Warriors beat the Toronto Raptors 119-104 on Sunday night.
Curry Leads 4th Quarter Comeback As Warriors Beat Cavs 104-89
Stephen Curry scored 20 of his 40 points in the fourth quarter, hitting three straight 3-pointers, and the NBA-leading Golden State Warriors overcame a 13-point deficit to beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 104-89 on Thursday night.
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Raiders-Cowboys Preview: Can Las Vegas Or Dallas Bounce Back On Thanksgiving?
The Raiders and Cowboys are both coming off of disappointing losses just as division races heat up.
'Real World' Star Jon Brennan Says Old Issues Lead To 'Butting Heads' In Reunion For 1993 Cast: 'Felt Like We Were Back In The '90s'
Seven cast members return nearly 30 years later hoping to settle their differences in 'The Real World Homecoming: Los Angeles.'
Alabama Will 'Take Care Of Business Versus Auburn': CBS Sports’ Aaron Murray Previews College Football Matchups
CBS Sports' Aaron Murray breaks down #3 Alabama-Auburn and other important college football matchups.
64th Annual GRAMMY Award Nominees: Taylor Swift And Kanye West Up For Album Of The Year
View the nominees for the '64th Annual GRAMMY Awards' on CBS and Paramount+.
Ravens-Bears Preview: Ravens Defense 'Hasn't Played As Well As We're Accustomed To Seeing,' Says CBS Sports' London Fletcher
The Ravens, coming off a disappointing loss, face a Bears team that's seeing improvement from its young quarterback.
Naseer Muttalif Says He Played 'Like There Was No Tomorrow' On 'Survivor 41'
Naseer Muttalif discusses his time in 'Survivor 41' and the shocking blindside that sent him to the jury.
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Holiday Getaway Travelers Pack Bay Area Airports
Some airports in the Bay Area are seeing their busiest day since the pandemic began as people get an early start to their Thanksgiving travel.
Travel Experts Forecast Return Of Pre-COVID Crowds This Holiday Season
This holiday travel season, the lines at airports are already looking a lot different than it did last year, as you can imagine. Expect it to be busy at airports, similar to pre-COVID levels.
LA Mom Says She, Daughter Were Racially Profiled on Flight From San Jose to Colorado
A Los Angeles mother claims she was stopped and questioned for human trafficking after boarding a Southwest Airlines flight with her biracial daughter and now she's demanding the airline be held accountable for what she describes as racial profiling and racial harassment.
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Gov. Brown Expected To Sign Bill To Let 5,000 High School Students Graduate
California lawmakers are sending Gov. Jerry Brown a bill to rescue about 5,000 high school students who couldn't graduate this year because the state canceled a required exit exam.