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New Development Plan From Metallica’s Hetfield Welcomed By Locals

SAN RAFAEL (CBS SF) — A new plan for development and preservation of open space in Marin County proposed by Metallica’s James Hetfield is being welcomed by North Bay homeowners. Hetfield abandoned his [Read entire story]

ISIS Opposition Gains Momentum On Twitter As Pro-ISIS Accounts Decline

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Using algorithms and network analysis tools, a new study found that opponents of ISIS are taking to Twitter to denounce the notorious terrorist group’s violent messages. Researchers [Read entire story]

No Fix In Sight Over 5 Months After Moraga Sinkhole Opened

MORAGA (CBS SF) — Even though it has been more than five months since massive sinkhole opened up in Moraga, crews are prepping the hole for winter rather than filling it in. The original plan to fix it before the [Read entire story]

Win A Pair of Tickets To San Francisco Opera’s “Andrea Chénier”

Join Entertainment Reporter Jan Wahl at San Francisco Opera's "Andrea Chénier," courtesy of KCBS! Register here for your chance to win a pair of tickets to the Saturday, September 17th show! [Read entire story]

Giants Lose 2-0 To Mets

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — With 38 games left and three teams standing between the Mets and the second NL wild card, manager Terry Collins is convinced his ballclub can still make a serious push for the playoffs. A [Read entire story]

Oakland Residents Displaced From Building Under Renovation File Lawsuit

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — With its lofts and turn of the century Victorians, West Oakland has become home to many Bay Area artists and musicians. But as gentrification transforms the neighborhood, those residents are [Read entire story]

Central Valley Nut Company Steam Pasteurizing Its Products

TURLOCK (KPIX 5) — A Central Valley nut company is steam-pasteurizing its products to make them safer to eat. Almonds, walnuts and even peanuts have had several outbreaks of salmonella contamination over the past [Read entire story]

Evacuation Orders Lifted For Thousands Of SoCal Residents

SAN BERNARDINO (AP) — Five days after an explosive wildfire in Southern California sent thousands fleeing for their lives, authorities lifted all evacuation orders on Sunday to allow residents to return home. About [Read entire story]

Witness Helps Police Arrest Vacaville Truck Theft Suspect

VACAVILLE (CBS SF) — Police arrested a 34-year-old man Thursday in Vacaville after an officer witnessed him driving a stolen truck, police said. Around 3:15 p.m., an observant officer noticed a suspicious truck [Read entire story]

Antioch Pair Arrested In Suspected Identity Theft Ring

ANTIOCH (CBS SF) — A man and a youth were arrested Wednesday in Antioch on suspicion of being involved in a large identity theft ring, according to police in a report to the city manager. Officers were dispatched [Read entire story]

Robin Williams’ Daughter Opens Up About Actor’s Death

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS NEWS) — Zelda Williams is moving forward with her life. The 27-year-old aspiring actress made her first talk show appearance on Chelsea Handler’s self-titled Netflix show on Thursday. Williams [Read entire story]

Detwiler No Match For Sale, A’s Fall 6-2 To White Sox

CHICAGO (CBS/AP) — With Chris Sale throwing a gem, Oakland Athletics left-hander Ross Detwiler had little margin for error. “I was getting ahead of guys earlier in the game and I just wasn’t putting [Read entire story]

Consumers Warned To Avoid Eating Rock Crab From Half Moon Bay Due To Dangerous Toxin

MONTEREY BAY (CBS SF)– Officials with the California Department of Public Health issued a warning on Friday to consumers to avoid eating rock crabs from Half Moon Bay and bivalve shellfish and rock crabs from [Read entire story]

Wildfire Near San Luis Obispo Threatens Hearst Castle

SAN SIMEON (CBS/AP) — A wind-driven wildfire in central California led to more evacuations and the closure of the Hearst Castle on Saturday. Flames from the 8-day-old wildfire in San Luis Obispo County came as [Read entire story]

Video: 3 Riders Hurt In Violent Dirt Bike Crash In Oakland

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — A violent dirt bike crash that sent 3 riders to the hospital was caught on camera. It happened at 16th and Peralta streets in Oakland, at about 4:30 p.m. Surveillance video captured a biker [Read entire story]

Frank Ocean’s Much-Anticipated Album ‘Blonde’ Just Dropped

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The wait for Frank Ocean’s latest album is finally over. The singer’s 17-track album “Blonde” was released on Saturday on Apple Music, one day after the R&B singer [Read entire story]

Surveillance Camera Catches Robberies At Same Address In Oakland

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Lightning may not strike twice in the same place, but apparently robbers do. An attempted robbery was caught on camera in the East Bay and 2 suspects have been detained. That same camera was [Read entire story]

Member Of Olympic Fencing Team Gets First Look At Home Destroyed In Clayton Fire

LOWER LAKE (KPIX 5) — A week after a fast-moving wildfire forced them from their homes, people in Lower Lake are finally returning to see what’s left. The so-called Clayton Fire destroyed nearly 300 structures, [Read entire story]

Cespedes Hits 2 Homers, Colon Strong As Mets Top Giants 9-5

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS/AP) — Yoenis Cespedes doesn’t feel his timing is all back after a stint on the disabled list. But it’s hard to imagine it’s off that much, either. Cespedes hit two long home [Read entire story]

VTA Light Rail Service Restored In Downtown San Jose

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — Light rail service has been restored Saturday morning near the Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose following a day of wire repair work, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority [Read entire story]