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A suspect was detained in San Francisco on Thursday after four people were found dead in a Sacramento house, police said.
Emergency crews are working to rescue a vehicle that fell over a cliff in the Marin headlands Thursday afternoon.
Mountain View police are investigating a pursuit Thursday. According to eye witness reports, police were pursuing a car which exited U.S. Highway 101 at Bird in San Jose and headed downtown.
Police activity was reported in Martinez on Thursday morning.
GOP House leaders delayed their planned vote Thursday on a long-promised bill to repeal and replace "Obamacare," in a stinging setback for House Speaker Paul Ryan and President Donald Trump in their first major legislative test. The decision came after Trump, who ran as a master dealmaker, failed to reach agreement with a bloc of rebellious conservatives. Moderate-leaning Republican lawmakers were also bailing on the legislation, leaving it short of votes. The bill could still come to a vote in coming days, but canceling Thursday's vote was a significant defeat. It came on the seven-year anniversary of President Barack Obama signing the Affordable Care Act, years that Republicans have devoted to promising repeal.
Thwarting another possible controversy, San Francisco supervisors on Thursday will discuss funding a pilot program that would equip jail deputies with body cameras. The San Francisco Sheriff’s Department has proposed equipping 30 deputies with body cameras and then expanding to all 850.