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SF Police Officer Arrested for Alleged Theft, Insurance Fraud

A San Francisco police officer was arrested last week for allegedly committing theft and insurance fraud, the San Francisco Police Department said Monday. Officer Adam Eatia voluntarily surrendered Friday at the San Francisco County Jail after a superior court judge issued a warrant for his arrest on Wednesday. SFPD Internal...
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Carrillo pleads guilty to Gutzwiller killing

SANTA CRUZ—The man who shot to death a Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s sergeant—days after killing two federal law enforcement officers in Oakland during a crime spree two years ago—pleaded guilty Monday to the local charges. Steven Carrillo, 33, a former U.S. Air Force sergeant, will be...
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Crime Concerns Grow in Oakland's Little Saigon

The call for help in Oakland's Vietnamese community is getting louder. The recent brazen attempt to steal an ATM machine in Little Saigon is leaving business owners feeling angry and helpless. A letter was sent out to city leaders asking for more than just help, the community wants a seat...
OAKLAND, CA
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Tigers visit the Giants to open 2-game series

Detroit Tigers (28-44, fourth in the AL Central) vs. San Francisco Giants (39-33, third in the NL West) PITCHING PROBABLES: Tigers: Tarik Skubal (5-5, 3.40 ERA, 1.12 WHIP, 84 strikeouts); Giants: Carlos Rodon (6-4, 2.70 ERA, 1.09 WHIP, 101 strikeouts) FANDUEL SPORTSBOOK LINE: Giants -197, Tigers +166; over/under is 7...
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
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Chevron Selling San Ramon Campus; Headquarters to Remain in California

Chevron, the biggest employer in the city of San Ramon, is downsizing and moving. The company is selling its park-like campus and offering to cover costs for employees to voluntarily relocate to Texas, but Chevron headquarters will stay in California. At the peak, the complex employed 3,400 workers. The company...
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Best-in-MLB Yanks top worst-in-majors A's on late rally, 9-5

NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Yankees lived up to expectations, even trailing by four runs.Unfortunately for Oakland, the Athletics also played to pattern.Two catcher's interference calls, a hit batter and a walk sparked a bizarre six-run seventh inning highlighted by Josh Donaldson's go-ahead, two-run double that lifted best-in-the-majors New York over big-league-worst Oakland 9-5 Monday night."We've done it a lot of different ways this year," Donaldson said after the Yankees' major league-high 23rd come-from-behind win. "I think that was a first for me."Following a comeback against Tampa Bay and two vs. Houston, the Yankees for the first time in their history overcame three-run...
OAKLAND, CA
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How some Bay Area residents will spend their stimulus checks

SACRAMENTO (KPIX) -- California lawmakers have struck a deal to send $7 billion back to taxpayers to counter soaring inflation. About 23 million California residents will soon receive "inflation relief" checks of up to $1,050 under a budget deal reached by Governor Gavin Newsom and state lawmakers on Sunday.  Opinions are mixed as to what the money will pay for and whether it will help.Robert Pickett is a retired teacher living outside Sacramento. He says he'll receive $350 under the governor's new inflation relief plan. "That would be groceries for about two weeks, and maybe one tank of gas," said Pickett. For...
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
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Main takeaways as Yankees mount electric comeback over Athletics

The New York Yankees hosted the Oakland Athletics on Monday evening in the first game of a three-game series in the Bronx. Coming off a series split against the Houston Astros, including two walk-off wins courtesy of Aaron Judge, a lighter portion of this schedule has arrived. Oakland entered the...
OAKLAND, CA
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Oakland photographer raising awareness on climate change through billboard campaign

OAKLAND, Calif. - An Oakland photographer is hoping to raise awareness about climate change and the housing crisis through a series of billboards. Thomas Broening said he spent the past year and a half traveling through California, taking pictures of areas impacted by drought, fire, and homelessness. He put those images on eight billboards in Oakland, six in Oroville, and plans to have more next month in Los Angeles. He calls the campaign, ‘The End of the Dream.’
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Bringing light to causes of climate migration

In UC Berkeley’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Student Union building, the East Bay Sanctuary Covenant, or EBSC, launched its educational exhibit “Bringing Light to Climate Migration” on April 13, which will remain open to the public over the next year. Established in 1982, EBSC is a community-led nonprofit based in Berkeley that provides legal and community services to immigrants fleeing violence and persecution.
BERKELEY, CA
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Impetus Showcases LeapLogic for Automated Data Platform Modernization at Databricks’ Data + AI Summit 2022

Impetus’ LeapLogic transforms any legacy data warehouse, ETL, Hadoop, and analytics to the Databricks Lakehouse with up to 95% automation. Impetus Technologies Inc., a leading software products and services company, will be showcasing its cloud accelerator, LeapLogic, at Databricks’ Data + AI Summit 2022 in San Francisco from June 27-30.
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COVID-19: Napa, CA Metro Area Among the Safest in America

The U.S. reported over 665,000 new cases of coronavirus over the seven days ending June 26, bringing the total count to more than 85.6 million confirmed cases of COVID-19. There have been more than 1,005,000 COVID-19-related deaths — the highest death toll of any country. New cases continue to rise, albeit at a slowing rate. […]
NAPA, CA
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Kevon Looney 'Increasingly Expected' To Re-Sign With Warriors

The Golden State Warriors are "increasingly expected" to re-sign Kevon Looney, sources told Marc Stein. Stein adds that there is pessimism around that the league that Looney could be pried away, and that the center will receive a multi-year deal. The news comes on the heels of the Warriors also...
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
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Jury Awards $21 Million to Family of Pregnant Teen Shot Dead by Cops

A federal jury in California has awarded the family of a pregnant teen shot dead by undercover cops $21 million. Elena Mondragon, 16, was in her first pregnancy trimester when she was killed during a police operation, but she was unaware that her friend, Rico Tiger, 19, was behind several robberies.
FREMONT, CA
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