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Skirmish Breaks Out Near Avaya Stadium Before Soccer Match

Skirmish Breaks Out Near Avaya Stadium Before Soccer Match

San Jose police were tasked with defusing tense altercations Sunday afternoon near Avaya Stadium just before a friendly soccer match between two clubs from Mexico.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Warriors’ Push To Stop Counterfeit Tickets Gives Family A Night To Remember

OAKLAND (KPIX) — The Golden State Warriors turned a nightmare for one Georgia family into a dream come true on Sunday night at Oracle Arena. Weeks ago, Alexandra McDonald wanted to treat her son Isaiah to an NBA [Read entire story]

Coach Arrested on Suspicion of Annoying Minor: Police

Coach Arrested on Suspicion of Annoying Minor: Police

A 21-year-old man was arrested Friday on suspicion of sending harmful matter to a minor and annoying a minor, Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety officials said Sunday.Photo Credit: Sunnyvale DPS [Read entire story]

Drought-Busting Winter Proves A Setback For Central Coast Farmers

SALINAS (KPIX) — This year’s extraordinarily wet winter has destroyed or delayed several staples of the local agriculture industry like strawberries, which have temporarily disappeared from the Espinosa [Read entire story]

Stolen Minivan Pulled from Water Surrounding East Bay Marina

Stolen Minivan Pulled from Water Surrounding East Bay Marina

A stolen car from Livermore on Sunday was plucked from the water surrounding a marina near Antioch and Oakley, fire officials said.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Passenger Thrown From Vehicle In Multi-Vehicle East Bay Crash

EL CERRITO (CBS SF) — One person was injured in what appears to be a drunk-driving incident that shut down a major road in El Cerrito Sunday evening. Police said officers responded to San Pablo Avenue just south of [Read entire story]

Trump’s Son-in-Law to Lead New Office for Federal Overhaul

Trump's Son-in-Law to Lead New Office for Federal Overhaul

President Donald Trump plans to debut a new office Monday to streamline and overhaul the federal government, and he intends to name his son-in-law and senior advisor Jared Kushner as its head, the White...Photo Credit: [Read entire story]

Soccer Fans Clash Outside Avaya Stadium in San Jose

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — Violence erupted in a stadium parking lot before a soccer match Sunday in San Jose, according to a police spokesman. Police said officers responded to Avaya Stadium at 1123 Coleman Avenue just [Read entire story]

Livermore Locals Fight To Save Centuries-Old Oak Tree

LIVERMORE (KPIX) — Long before Sunset Park in Livermore was created, a Valley Oak stood at the location where the park would eventually be located. In fact, at 300 years, the tree was here before the United States [Read entire story]

Police Stop Man from Raping Girl a 3rd Time: Officials

Police Stop Man from Raping Girl a 3rd Time: Officials

A New York City man is in custody after Pennsylvania state police thwarted his plan to meet and rape an 11-year-old girl for the third time in Lehigh Valley, according to investigators.Sandro Zhinin was... [Read entire story]

Albany Families Join in Solidarity After Racist Incident

Albany Families Join in Solidarity After Racist Incident

Families came together at Albany High School for a rally Sunday after racially offensive images, some directed at students, were posted on Instagram last week.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Hundreds March For Women’s Equal Rights in Palo Alto

Hundreds March For Women's Equal Rights in Palo Alto

Hundreds of people marched in Palo Alto on Sunday to highlight equal rights for women.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Latest ‘Calexit’ Gambit: Split California Between East And West

Latest 'Calexit' Gambit: Split California Between East And West

Entering the fray of efforts to change California's relationship with the rest of the country is a new effort to divide the state in two, leaving the liberal enclaves along the coast as far south as Los Angeles to run [Read entire story]

Sacramento Coroner Releases Names Of Victims In Quadruple Homicide

Sacramento Coroner Releases Names Of Victims In Quadruple Homicide

They are 45-year-old Angelique Vasquez, her 14-year-old daughter Mia Vasquez, 11-year-old son Alvin Vasquez, and 21-year-old Ashley Coleman. [ more › ] [Read entire story]

Suspect In Berkeley Homicide Prefers The Pronoun ‘They,’ Spurring Debate

Suspect In Berkeley Homicide Prefers The Pronoun 'They,' Spurring Debate

22-year-old Pablo Gomez Jr. is suspected of stabbing a 27-year-old woman to death in January, but the case has been overshadowed by a debate over Gomez's preferred pronoun. [ more › ] [Read entire story]

Mobile Petting Zoo in the North Bay Sparks Violent Scuffle

Mobile Petting Zoo in the North Bay Sparks Violent Scuffle

The owner of a petting zoo on wheels in the North Bay was assaulted by a woman last weekend, Sebastopol police shared on Facebook.Photo Credit: Sebastopol Police Department [Read entire story]

Mobile Petting Zoo in the North Bay Sparks Violent Scuffle

The owner of a petting zoo on wheels in the North Bay was assaulted by a woman last weekend, Sebastopol police shared on Facebook.Photo Credit: Sebastopol Police Department [Read entire story]

Lead Poisoning in Some California Areas Higher Than Flint

Lead Poisoning in Some California Areas Higher Than Flint

Dozens of California communities have experienced recent rates of childhood lead poisoning that surpass those of Flint, Michigan, blood testing data obtained by Reuters shows, NBC News reported.The data shows...Photo [Read entire story]

Lead Poisoning in Some California Areas Higher Than Flint

Dozens of California communities have experienced recent rates of childhood lead poisoning that surpass those of Flint, Michigan, blood testing data obtained by Reuters shows, NBC News reported.The data shows...Photo [Read entire story]

Sunday Links: Stanford Musicians Head To SF County Jail

Sunday Links: Stanford Musicians Head To SF County Jail

iCloud protection, AI confusion, health care meeting. [ more › ] [Read entire story]