Developer's Housing Plan Puts Popular Fremont Bowling Alley at Risk
The Cloverleaf Family Bowl in Fremont is at risk of being knocked down to make room for more housing. As Maria Medina reports fans of the family-run business are now calling on the city to spare it. (9-21-18)

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Critics Claim Proposed Berkeley Clean-Sidewalks Ordinance Targets HomelessBerkeley is taking steps to curb clutter on city sidewalks but critics worry the crackdown is simply another way to criminalize homelessness. Christin Ayers reports. (10-19-18)
S.F. Planning Commission Votes to Limit Bars to Slow Mission District GentrificationSan Francisco's planning commission voted unanimously to limit the number of restaurants that serve alcohol in the Mission District. Andrea Nakano reports. (10-19-18)
November Oakland First Fridays Event CanceledEvent organizers for Oakland First Fridays, a popular festival held every month, saying in a statement the driving reason for the cancellation was a shooting that injured five people in the early morning hours of Oct. 6. Da Lin reports. (10-19-18)
Bilingual SFPD Officers Worry About New Certification TestsSome officers who grew up speaking Spanish say the test isn't easy and some are even choosing not to take it, thus losing out on the bilingual pay perk. Maria Medina reports. (10-18-18)
Plan to Ease San Jose Housing Crisis Could Force Schools to MoveAt a San Jose Unified School District public meeting Thursday night, teachers weighed in on proposals to close or move Leland High School and Bret Harte middle school to vacant, district-owned land. Betty Yu reports. (10-18-18)
Oakland Police Chief Cleared of Wrongdoing in 2017 ICE RaidOakland's community police review association cleared police chief Anne Kirkpatrick of any wrongdoing in a 2017 ICE raid but they wouldn't tell members of the police commission why she was exonerated. Now commissioners feel they're being kept in the dark. Christin Ayers reports. (10-12-18)

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