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Sinking San Francisco Skyscraper Declared Safe To Occupy

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS/AP) — San Francisco inspectors say the sinking Millennium Tower is safe to occupy, despite strain on its foundation and electrical systems. According to an article published Friday in the San [Read entire story]

Bay Area Families Ready Homes To Welcome Year of the Rooster

OAKLAND (KPIX) — Year of the Rooster celebrations in the Bay Area began with a bang Friday evening — a lot of bangs, in fact. “Firecrackers are meant to ward off evil spirits to bring good luck,” [Read entire story]

SF Gay Men’s Chorus Member Preps For Life-Saving Organ Donation

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — A member of the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus is ready to make a life-saving donation, giving half his liver to the choir member he replaced, even though he never knew him. Ross [Read entire story]

Compost Facility Blamed For Strong Odors In The East Bay

RICHMOND (KPIX 5) — An East Bay composting facility has been ordered to stop taking any more green waste shipments at  until it gets the smell under control. People have been complaining about the smells coming [Read entire story]

‘Perry Mason’ Actress Barbara Hale Has Died

SHERMAN OAKS, CA (CBS SF/AP) – A family representative says that Barbara Hale, who played steadfast secretary Della Street on the long-running “Perry Mason” TV series, has died. She 94. PHOTOS: Notable [Read entire story]

DA: Sacramento Police Legally Killed Mentally-Ill Man

SACRAMENTO (CBS/AP) — Prosecutors say Sacramento police acted legally when they shot and killed a mentally ill man after video shows the officers first tried to hit him with their squad car. Joseph Mann was shot 14 [Read entire story]

Businessman Accused Of Attacking Muslim JFK Airport Worker

NEW YORK (AP) — A businessman attacked a Muslim employee at a John F. Kennedy Airport lounge in New York, kicking her, shouting obscenities at her and saying that President Donald Trump “will get rid of all of [Read entire story]

Trump Signs Order On ‘Extreme Vetting’ Of Immigrants

WASHINGTON (AP) — Pushing full-speed into international controversies, President Donald Trump on Friday ordered “new vetting measures” to keep “radical Islamic terrorists” out of the United [Read entire story]

UC Berkeley Chancellor Affirms Far-Right Speaker’s Appearance On Campus

BERKELEY (CBS SF) – University of California at Berkeley Chancellor Nicholas Dirks affirmed Thursday that controversial far-right writer Milo Yiannopoulos will be speaking at the university next week, potentially [Read entire story]

Survey: Nearly 30 Percent Of Americans Are Late For Work

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Many Bay Area commuters have that sinking feeling in their stomach when they glance down at their watch while on mass transit and realize they are going to be late for work. But they are not [Read entire story]

CBS Sports’ Seth Davis Breaks Down UNC-Miami ACC Matchup

Ryan Mayer College basketball season rolls along as we draw nearer to March Madness. This past week has been a rough one for teams ranked in the AP’s Top 10, with five of them falling in upsets to conference [Read entire story]

Jan Wahl Movie Review: ‘Gold’

AUDIO: This week Jan takes a look at "Gold" starring Matthew McConaughey & Bryce Dallas Howard... [Read entire story]

Rogue Tweeters In Government Could Be Prosecuted As Hackers

WASHINGTON (AP) — Who are the federal government’s rogue tweeters, using official agency social media accounts to poke President Donald Trump? Are these acts of civil disobedience, or federal crimes? The [Read entire story]

Death Sentence In Oakland Murder Upheld

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — The California Supreme Court has unanimously upheld the death sentence of a man who murdered a 20-year-old woman in her Oakland apartment in 1996. Grayland Winbush, 40, was convicted in [Read entire story]

Search Continues In Santa Cruz Mountains For Bank Robbery Suspect

LOS GATOS (KPIX 5) – Authorities in the Santa Cruz Mountains on Friday continued to search for a bank robbery suspect who prompted the shutdown of Highway 17 for several hours Thursday. Police said the man is suspected [Read entire story]

‘Skinny Raymond’ Indicted In Chinatown Gang Killing

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A former associate of Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow from Las Vegas has been indicted on charges of participating in the 2006 murder of Chow’s predecessor as the leader of a [Read entire story]

Richmond Student Soars Past Broken Home, Poverty Toward Ivy League Dream

by Sherry Hu and Christina Arce RICHMOND (KPIX 5) — It’s not surprising Jacqueline Rojas Cortez loves science and philosophy so much.  She considers herself naturally curious. She’s always asking questions, [Read entire story]

Richmond Student Soars Past Broken Home, Poverty Toward Ivy League Dream

by Sherry Hu and Christina Arce RICHMOND (KPIX 5) — It’s not surprising Jacqueline Rojas Cortez loves science and philosophy so much.  She considers herself naturally curious. She’s always asking questions, [Read entire story]

BART Customer Satisfaction At 20-Year Low

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – To the surprise of virtually no one who rides Bay Area Rapid Transit, customer satisfaction on the commuter rail system is at a 20-year low according to a new survey of riders. The survey found [Read entire story]

BART Customer Satisfaction At 20-Year Low

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – To the surprise of virtually no one who rides Bay Area Rapid Transit, customer satisfaction on the commuter rail system is at a 20-year low according to a new survey of riders. The survey found [Read entire story]