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BART Ridership Nears Pre-Pandemic Level Monday as Hours Expand
On Monday, BART service will ramp up to near pre-pandemic levels, including the return of late-night trains and expanded weekend service.
Dixie Fire: Thundershowers, Downdrafts Whip Up Flames; Ash Fall 'Looks Like It's Snowing In Quincy'
Strong downdrafts and pop-up thundershowers slowed progress over the weekend on the stubborn eastern edge of the massive Dixie Fire as the blaze grew to 244,888 acres in rural Butte and Plumas counties with 32 percent containment.
Images: Homes Burn As Wall Of Flames Roars Through Indian Falls
Fueled by tender-dry trees and brush, a wall of flames from the raging Dixie Fire roared through the Plumas County town of Indian Falls Saturday evening, leaving in a destructive path of charred vehicles, burned homes and shattered dreams.
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NBA Draft: Warriors Take G League Forward Kuminga, Arkansas Guard Moody in First Round
The Golden State Warriors selected Congolese G League forward Jonathan Kuminga and Arkansas guard Moses Moody with their first two picks in the NBA Draft Thursday night.
Draymond Green, Olympic Men's Basketball Team Suffers Stunning Opening Game Loss
For the first time since 2004, the U.S. men’s basketball team has lost in the Olympics. And the Americans’ quest for a fourth consecutive gold medal is already in serious trouble.
Raiders Team President Marc Badain Resigns; Helped Orchestrate Team's Move To Vegas
Raiders team president Marc Badain has resigned just before the start of training camp after helping orchestrate the team’s move to Las Vegas.
Raiders' Carl Nassib Becomes 1st Active NFL Player To Come Out As Gay
Carl Nassib, a defensive lineman for the Las Vegas Raiders, became the first active NFL player in league's 100-plus year history to come out as gay.
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Jason Weaver Previews The Season Four Finale Of Showtime's 'The Chi'
The actor previews the season four finale of "The Chi" on Showtime and the power that this series has on audiences around the country.
'I'm Super Proud Of Where Our Sport Has Grown Over The Years': Marie McCool On Athletes Unlimited Lacrosse
The women's lacrosse star talks with us about the new professional league and the most exciting thing about playing on national TV.
'It Explores Things We Don't Talk About Often': Zakiya Dalila Harris On Novel 'The Other Black Girl'
The first time author discusses her New York Times bestseller about two Black women who meet against the white backdrop of New York City book publishing.
'It Is About Family & Finding The Fun In Aging': Writer & Producer Sam Strauss On Showtime's 'The End'
A new series from Showtime explores the end of a life, starting again in your 80's and finding the beauty in life.
WATCH: Stephen King Reads From His New Book ‘Billy Summers’
Watch King narrate a special selection from the book in the video above and don’t miss 'Billy Summers,' out on August 3 wherever books are sold.
'I Got Chills': Curtiss Cook On Season 4 Of Showtime's 'The Chi'
The actor talks with us about playing Douda on "The Chi" and the impact of a show that tackles important issues like police brutality, community relationships and love.
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Jet Fuel Shortage Impacts Air Travel Around the West
A shortage of jet fuel, coupled with supply chain issues and an urgent demand from firefighting aircraft, continues to cause problems at airports around the West.
Amtrak Plans To Spend $7.3B On New Trains From Sacramento Factory
Amtrak plans to spend $7.3 billion to replace 83 passenger trains, some nearly a half-century old, with new trains built in Sacramento, though much of the funding must still be approved by Congress.
Wine Country Sees Surge of Memorial Day Weekend Visitors
In Napa Valley, there is relief that COVID-19’s grip may be coming to an end. As a result, a lot of people are treating Memorial Day weekend as a kind of spring break from the pandemic.
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Muni Closure Of Church Street Near Market Causing Hardship For Businesses
Muni has closed half-block of a busy street that crosses Upper Market to cars in order to create space for riders while getting on and off street cars.
Owner Of Private Commuter Shuttle To Be Charged After Bus Blocks J Church Muni Line
The Royal Coach commuter shuttle was traveling up 21st Street in Noe Valley Tuesday when it came to a stop right on top of the J Church line tracks and had to be towed away.