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Instant Analysis: Five Takeaways From A's Loss Despite Five Home Runs

Instant Analysis: Five Takeaways From A's Loss Despite Five Home Runs

The A's cranked five balls over the wall Wednesday in Houston, but still fell three runs short to the Astros' offense in a road loss.

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Fremont Police Reopen Missing Woman Case From 1989

Fremont Police Reopen Missing Woman Case From 1989

Fremont police said Wednesday that potential new evidence has led them to reopen the case of a woman who went missing in 1989 when she was 25 years old.

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A's Outlasted by Astros in Slugfest

A's Outlasted by Astros in Slugfest

The A's cranked five balls over the wall Wednesday in Houston, but still fell three runs short to the Astros' offense in a road loss.

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New San Francisco Center Devoted to Poster Art

New San Francisco Center Devoted to Poster Art

The Haight Street Art Center will open its doors on July 1st — as a destination for the past and future of the poster art genre that shined a dayglow spotlight on artists like Stanley Mouse, Wes Wilson and...

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Cubs Outfielder Vows He Didn't Give Trump the Middle Finger at White House

Cubs Outfielder Vows He Didn't Give Trump the Middle Finger at White House

The Cubs visited Donald Trump at the White House on Wednesday and a photo went viral for one finger from an outfielder...

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Group Sues Uber Over Lack of Wheelchair Access

Group Sues Uber Over Lack of Wheelchair Access

A Washington, D.C.-based civil rights group has filed a lawsuit against Uber under the American with Disabilities Act —which prohibits discrimination against those with disabilities— alleging that the...

4 hours ago

Consumers Say Health Club Misled Them

Consumers Say Health Club Misled Them

Consumers say a local health club sold them one thing, but billed them for something more expensive. And it put them on the hook for thousands of dollars. Chris Chmura reports.

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San Jose Theatre Remains Closed Following Historic Floods

San Jose Theatre Remains Closed Following Historic Floods

The February floods that hit San Jose forced a community theatre group to cancel the rest of their current season. And now, they may have to cancel even more performances. Rick Boone reports.

4 hours ago

Consumers Say Health Club Misled Them

Consumers Say Health Club Misled Them

Consumers say a local health club sold them one thing, but billed them for something more expensive. And it put them on the hook for thousands of dollars.

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Rob's Forecast: Warmer Weather Ahead

Rob's Forecast: Warmer Weather Ahead

More low clouds with areas of drizzle will be around for the morning commute, with gradually clearing skies by mid-to-late morning. As high pressure builds, we should see some inland valley temps being to trend...

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Fremont Police Reopen Missing Woman Case From 1989
Fremont Police Reopen Missing Woman Case From 1989

Fremont police said Wednesday that potential new evidence has led them to reopen the case of a woman who went missing in 1989 when she was 25 years old.

Thief Targeting Yoga, Fitness Studios Across Bay Area
Thief Targeting Yoga, Fitness Studios Across Bay Area

Police are searching for a thief who is targeting small fitness studios across the Bay Area.

Fourth of July Festivities Around the Bay Area
Fourth of July Festivities Around the Bay Area

While this year’s Independence Day falls on a Tuesday, families still have a plethora of events they can attend around the Bay Area.

Pit Bull Recovering After Found Badly Injured in Palo Alto
Pit Bull Recovering After Found Badly Injured in Palo Alto

The Peninsula Humane Society is asking for help following a disturbing case of animal abuse.

40 Health Bill Demonstrators Arrested Outside Senate Offices
40 Health Bill Demonstrators Arrested Outside Senate Offices

The Republican Party's long-promised repeal of "Obamacare" stands in limbo after Senate GOP leaders, short of support, abruptly shelved a vote on legislation to fulfill the promise. The surprise development...

Gunman Skipped Metal Detectors at UPS Facility: Sources
Gunman Skipped Metal Detectors at UPS Facility: Sources

The gunman who killed three co-workers at the UPS facility in San Francisco's Potrero Hill walked around a security checkpoint before entering the building, sources tell NBC Bay Area.