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San Francisco Could See 27,000 E-Scooters On Streets If All Applicants Are LicensedEleven e-scooter companies have applied for permits to operate in the city of San Francisco and each operator could add up to 2,500 scooters to the streets. Betty Yu reports. (8-23-19)
Prowling Mountain Lion Family Prompts Park Closure Near CupertinoA popular park in the South Bay is closed for the weekend because of a family of mountain lions that doesn't appear to be afraid of people. Maria Medina reports. (8-23-19)
Racist Graffiti Again Found at Diablo Valley College CampusCampus police are investigating yet another case of racist vandalism at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill. Christin Ayers reports. (8-23-19)
President Trump Says He'll Boost China Tariffs as He Heads to G7Escalating his trade war with China, President Trump bumped up his tariffs on Chinese imports Friday. (8-23-19)
Apartment Complex Built for the Homeless Opens in San Jose"Second Street Studios," a brand new apartment complex built exclusively for the homeless, officially opened its doors in San Jose. Len Ramirez reports. (8-23-19)
SMART Train Extension to Larkspur Begins Overnight TestingThe North’s Bay’s commuter rail system is about to reach Larkspur and neighbors will start hearing it as soon as Friday evening. Wilson Walker reports. (8-23-19)
Family Members Held on Hate Crime Charges in San Bruno Boyfriend AssaultThree suspects have been arrested on kidnapping, hate crime and assault charges after they attacked a juvenile family member's boyfriend. Andria Borba reports. (8-23-19)

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Candidates Shmooze Democratic Party Convention Delegates in S.F.The National Democratic Party is meeting in San Francisco this weekend and a parade of candidates came through town on Friday. Melissa Caen reports. (8-23-19)
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Holy Names High School Guided By Nun For 7 DecadesAt Holy Names High School in Oakland, Sr. Noel Girard is the heart of the community, being involved with the school for more than seven decades as a student, then a teacher and now a volunteer. Jackie Ward reports. (8/23/19)
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