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East Bay SPCA parodies the Bruno Mars hit "Uptown Funk" with the "Oaktown Pup" song and video.

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Heald College Shuts Down

Heald College Shuts Down

Corinthian Colleges canceled classes Monday and shut down all of its remaining 28 ground campuses, displacing about 16,000 students. Robert Handa reports.

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Jeff's Forecast: Colder Tuesday & Fire Danger

Jeff's Forecast: Colder Tuesday & Fire Danger

Hotter air over the West will be impacted by fog returning near the Coast. Chief Meteorologist Jeff Ranieri tracks the cooling impacts in your Microclimate Forecast. Plus, when fire danger will surge this...

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Plans to Expand Water Recycling in Silicon Valley

Plans to Expand Water Recycling in Silicon Valley

From toilet to tap: On Monday, Silicon Valley leaders announced plans to expand a water recycling plant. The goal is to eventually turn sewer water into drinking water. Marianne Favro reports.

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CA Man Turned Back From Climbing Everest Before Avalanche

CA Man Turned Back From Climbing Everest Before Avalanche

A Santa Rosa man says he stayed behind from Everest the day Nepal's monster earthquake sparked deadly avalanches. Mark Matthews reports.

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Shooting Reported Aboard Muni in Bayview District

Shooting Reported Aboard Muni in Bayview District

A shooting occurred Monday afternoon on a San Francisco Municipal Railway light-rail vehicle in the city's Bayview District, a Muni spokesman said.

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Students "Lost" as Corinthian Colleges Close

Students "Lost" as Corinthian Colleges Close

Some 16,000 students at Corinthian Colleges were searching for answers after the multi-state network of 28 for-profit colleges shut their doors with only two weeks before the semester's end, NBC News reported.

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"Last Black Man in SF" Examines a Changing Hometown

"Last Black Man in SF" Examines a Changing Hometown

Jimmie Fails wants to tell his life story about feeling left out in his hometown in a feature-length film.

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NASA Astronauts Mourn Earthquake Victims

NASA Astronauts Mourn Earthquake Victims

NASA astronauts on the International Space Station mourned the victims of the massive Saturday earthquake that killed thousands in Nepal, posting images and videos from space of the devastated mountain nation.

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Tuna Company, 2 Employees Charged in Worker's Oven Death

Tuna Company, 2 Employees Charged in Worker's Oven Death

Bumble Bee Foods and two employees were charged Monday with violating safety regulations in the death of a California worker who was cooked in an industrial oven with tons of tuna, prosecutors said. The company,

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Suspect Was Hospitalized Day Before Stabbing

Suspect Was Hospitalized Day Before Stabbing

Sheriff's officials say William "Billy" Schultz, arrested for stabbing a 9-year-old boy Sunday, was briefly hospitalized on Saturday after his family requested an evaluation of his mental health status.

Oakland Braces For Protests As Baltimore Unrest Continues

Oakland Braces For Protests As Baltimore Unrest Continues

Roughly 100 protesters gathered in the vicinity of Broadway and 14th Street in Oakland Monday evening in solidarity with demonstrators in Baltimore, carrying signs that say "Rest in Power Freddie Gray."

Calif. Man Turned Back From Climbing Everest Before Avalanche

Calif. Man Turned Back From Climbing Everest Before Avalanche

A Santa Rosa man says he stayed behind from Everest the day Nepal’s monster earthquake sparked deadly avalanches. He’s grateful that the cold he caught made him turn back to the camp and now he’s unhurt...

Mountain View Residents Scramble to Find New Housing

Mountain View Residents Scramble to Find New Housing

Many Mountain View residents are scrambling to find a new place to live after a pair of town home complexes were sold to a San Mateo-based property company.

Md. Gov. Declares State of Emergency in Baltimore

Md. Gov. Declares State of Emergency in Baltimore

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan declared a state of emergency and activated the National Guard after rioters looted stores and hurled rocks and bricks at Baltimore police Monday, injuring fifteen officers.

Heald College, Part of Corinthian Network, Shuts Down

Heald College, Part of Corinthian Network, Shuts Down

Roughly 16,000 students enrolled in a chain of troubled for-profit colleges are no longer able to take classes after the schools' parent company, Corinthian Colleges, Inc., announced Sunday it is ceasing all of...