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Vaca man, 51, dies in vehicle crash Saturday on Peabody Road

A 51-year-old Vacaville man died in a vehicle collision Saturday afternoon near the intersection of Peabody Road and Foxboro Parkway, the crash shutting down traffic in the area for several hours, the Vacaville police reported. The Solano County Coroner’s Office on Monday identified the victim as Gary Copeland. Lt. Bryan...
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3 Notorious Serial Killers From San Francisco

Did you know that San Francisco was previously home to some of history's most renowned serial murderers, who lived, died, and committed their heinous murders here for a while?. The Zodiac Killer's name has become well-known all across the world. He is, however, far from the first crazy criminal that San Francisco has had to cope with.
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Novato school district superintendent to resign

Kris Cosca, superintendent of the Novato Unified School District, has resigned his position effective June 30, according to a statement issued by the district on Monday. “It has been a privilege to serve the students, families and staff of the Novato Unified School District and to work in a wonderful community so supportive of their schools,” Cosca said in the statement, issued jointly by district board president Ross Millerick and Mary Jane Burke, Marin’s superintendent of schools.
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DA: Federal staffer attacked Sausalito housing activist

A supervisor with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has been charged with battery following an alleged attack on a housing activist in Sausalito. Marty Plisch, 55, pleaded not guilty on June 14 to the misdemeanor for allegedly striking Robbie Powelson in the chest with an oar. A status hearing is set for July 7.
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SFPD investigating pedestrian struck by driver at Fisherman's Wharf

SAN FRANCISCO - San Francisco police are searching for the driver of a vehicle who struck and injured a pedestrian at Fisherman's Wharf on Monday. Police said the driver fled, leaving the woman suffering from injuries near Beach Street and Columbus Avenue around 5 p.m. A source told KTVU the victim is an employee at the Argonaut Hotel. On Tuesday morning, police said her injuries were no longer life threatening.
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Antioch sideshow: Stern warning may have kept Father’s Day rideout from happening

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