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CBS 5 - San Francisco
CBS 5 - San Francisco

855 Battery St
San Francisco, CA 94111   Directions

(415) 362-5550

Website

South Bay Law Enforcement Agencies Report They Didn’t Cooperate With ICE This Year
12/11/2019 1:15am

Santa Clara County supervisors held an annual meeting Tuesday night to inform the public about whether local law enforcement agencies had cooperated with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents in the last year.

Final Grades May Be In Limbo As UC Santa Cruz Grad Student Strike Continues
12/11/2019 1:00am

Graduate students at UC Santa Cruz are in the second day of a wildcat strike, an unauthorized work stoppage that began Monday to protest low pay.

Parent Serves Oakland School Board President Recall Notice At Meeting
12/11/2019 12:46am

The Oakland Unified School District Board President was publicly served with a notice of intent to recall her from her position by a parent at a community meeting Tuesday night, according to an Oakland teacher.

San Francisco Police Making Strides To Diversify Department, Recruit More Women
12/10/2019 11:27pm

New numbers released by the San Francisco Police Department on Tuesday showed the department is making strides in its effort to recruit more women and create a more diverse department.

PG&E Using Huge Heli-Saws To Trim Trees From Power Lines In Wildfire Country
12/10/2019 9:43pm

PG&Es Heli-Saw may sound like something out of a horror movie, but its a welcome sight in wildfire country.

East Bay Express
East Bay Express

318 Harrison St
Oakland, CA 94607   Directions

(510) 879-3700

Website

Tuesday's Briefing: Critically-ill undocumented woman from Concord wins reprieve to stay in U.S. for treatment
12/10/2019 5:59pm

News you dont want to miss for Dec. 10:1. A disabled Concord woman who faced deportation to Guatemala earlier this year will be allowed to remain for at least two more years in the United States, where she receives critical medical care for a rare genetic disorder, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

Urbano Cellars to Close in April, Ushering in Maître de Chai
12/10/2019 4:30pm

The owners and winemakers of Urbano Cellars in West Berkeley recently announced plans to retire and close Urbano Cellars by the end of April 2020. If youve been meaning to try Urbano Cellars wine or stock up, now is the perfect opportunity all bottles of wine are on sale, with prices as low as $15 per liter.

The Rad Dad Moves on to Fiction
12/10/2019 6:00am

The first novel from former zinester Tomas Moniz explores family life in Berkeley. Tomas Moniz is the original Rad Dad, but the Oakland author has moved away from zine-making and essay writing to focus on full-length fiction. Monizs first novel, Big Familia, captures the joys and uncertainties of family life in modern-day Berkeley.

Power Shut-Offs Also Cost Police Departments Overtime
12/10/2019 3:00am

Plus, Coliseum official charged with felony conflict of interest. Add city governments to the list of customers that incurred unexpected costs during the recent planned power outages imposed by Pacific Gas & Electric. San Leandros response to two power shut-offs by Pacific Gas & Electric last October was suboptimal, but the city ultimately learned from its early mistakes, city officials said.

Queen of Blood
12/10/2019 3:00am

The Kingmaker tells the awful truth about Imelda Marcos. For most Americans, former Philippine first lady Imelda Marcos is a punch line better known as the owner of 7,000 pairs of shoes, or as the one-time beauty queen who fancies herself the mother of my country. But as Lauren Greenfields detail-packed documentary The Kingmaker unspools and we discover the facts about Marcos and her reign, the joke goes flat.

East Bay Times
East Bay Times

175 Lennon Ln
Walnut Creek, CA 94598   Directions

(800) 598-4637

Website

MLB Winter Meetings: Possible catching options for the Oakland A’s
12/11/2019 8:00am

The Oakland Athletics are looking to add a left-handed bat and, possibly, a catcher.

This Bay Area city is among the best for retirees who want to travel
12/11/2019 8:00am

Got wanderlust This might be a good home base.

Looney’s long, scary road back aided by homecooked meals with mom, dad
12/11/2019 8:00am

Warriors Looney missed the beginning of season with a leg injury that was hard to pin down

New Oakland apartments push rents higher than other Bay Area cities
12/11/2019 8:00am

New apartment construction has made Oakland a more expensive city for renters than San Jose.

After Tom Brady, Serra became a football power; meet the man who made it happen
12/11/2019 8:00am

Coach Patrick Walsh has built a Bay Area prep football power over two decades at Serra High by focusing on good values first.

KRON TV 4
KRON TV 4

900 Front St
San Francisco, CA 94111   Directions

(415) 561-8694

Website

Time Magazine names climate crisis activist Greta Thunberg as Person of the Year
12/11/2019 7:33am

Time Magazine has chosen Greta Thunberg as 2019 Person of the Year.

Jersey City’s mayor says gunmen targeted kosher market
12/11/2019 7:49am

The mayor of a New Jersey city said Wednesday its clear that gunmen targeted a kosher market during a furious shooting that killed six people and raised questions about whether antisemitism was involved.

Deadly crash on southbound I-280 in Cupertino
12/11/2019 6:48am

Southbound lanes on Interstate-280 have been cleared after a fatal accident early Wednesday morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.

Rescuer describes horror of New Zealand’s silent eruption
12/11/2019 6:14am

The eruption was so silent that Lillani Hopkins didnt hear it over the hum of the boats engines. She didnt turn around until her dad whacked her.

Red balloon from Central Valley found thousands of miles away in Kentucky
12/11/2019 12:38am

Visalia, California KSEE A red balloon has apparently floated thousands of miles from California to Kentucky. The balloon is being claimed by the West Visalia Kiwanis club. Every year the club blows up thousands of balloons and hands them out at the annual Visalia Christmas Parade. Patrick Salazar with West Visalia Kiwanis said one

KTVU TV 36
KTVU TV 36

2 Jack London Square NW
Oakland, CA 94607   Directions

(510) 834-1212

Website

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