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PG&E Announces Potential of Public Safety Power Shutoff for Monday Night with Dry Offshore Winds Predicted

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) meteorologists continue to monitor a potential weather system that could bring dry offshore winds to parts of the company’s service area beginning Monday morning. Given this wind event, combined with extreme to exceptional drought and extremely dry vegetation, PG&E is...
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These houses are for sale in Half Moon Bay

(HALF MOON BAY, CA) A house offers an unmatched value proposition: Not only a place to call home, but an investment that lasts. Whether you’re looking for privacy and quiet or a cozy neighborhood where your kids can visit neighbors and play in the park, there’s something for every buyer in this blend of units.
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About 9,200 PG&E Customers Remain Without Power

The number of PG&E customers still affected by weather-related power outages in the Bay Area dropped to under 10,000 by mid-afternoon Sunday. The outages began late Saturday as light rain and heavy fog settled on power lines and equipment that had accumulated dust and debris during a long dry spell. The mixture sparked flashovers that caused outages, according to PG&E..
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This New Mixed-Income Housing Complex Comes with its Own Farm Near San Francisco

Have you ever wanted to live on a farm, but without having to do all the hard work or needing to drive an hour to reach a major city?. In San Francisco, a mixed-income apartment complex has gone up in the neighborhood of Santa Clara that comes with its own 1.5 acre farm, managed by a professional urban farming company, which also welcomes help from residents.
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PG&E Says Light Rain After Long Drought Led to Lights-Out Across Bay Area

RICHMOND (KPIX) — After Saturday night’s light rain, thousands of East Bay residents woke up to a power outage Sunday morning and PG&E scrambled all day to restore electrical service. As it turned out, the outages occurred because of how little rain fell, rather than how much. By mid-afternoon, Esther Dominguez had been without power in her Richmond home for more than 12 hours but she doubted it was because of the rain. “It was just sprinkling,” she said. “So, I don’t think that is the reason why the power went off. It has to be something else.” PG&E says that if it...
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Downsized But Not Out, Dreamforce Conference Set to Boost Business in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) — The San Francisco tourism industry has been hit hard by the pandemic but it will get at least a small boost from Salesforce’s Dreamforce Convention at Moscone Center this week. Dreamforce is typically the biggest convention in town, attracting roughly 170,000 attendees each year. This year, it has been scaled down because of the COVID surge from the delta variant. Hundreds of people are expected to attend the event which is invitation-only and requires proof of vaccination. The three-day tech convention starts Tuesday — just the second convention at Moscone Center since the pandemic began. The Foo Fighters will...
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Widespread power outages affect more than 14,000 across Bay Area

Power outages around the Bay Area on Sunday morning are affecting thousands of customers, most of them in the East Bay, PG&E said. As of 8 a.m., more than 14,000 customers were without power in the Richmond and San Pablo areas, a PG&E spokesperson said. Several other cities around the...
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Weather-related power outages mostly resolved; East Bay hardest hit

OAKLAND, Calif. - The number of PG&E customers still affected by weather-related power outages in the Bay Area dropped to under 8,000 by Sunday evening. The outages began late Saturday as light rain and heavy fog settled on power lines and equipment that had accumulated dust and debris during a long dry spell. The mixture sparked flashovers that caused outages, according to PG&E..
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'This is a free for all': Real estate broker says new housing law could change the way suburbs look and feel

Real estate broker says new California housing bill could change many single-family neighborhoods. On Thursday, Governor Gavin Newsom signed a group of bills with the goal of easing California's housing shortage. Part of the new law will allow property owners to turn land built for a single-family home into two or even four units. KTVU's Amanda Quintana reports.
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San Rafael residents vet Northgate mall housing plan

An emerging plan to redevelop the Northgate mall complex in Terra Linda is garnering mixed reviews, with some San Rafael residents saying it needs to include more housing and others less. The project came under public scrutiny this week during a joint study session of the Planning Commission and the...
SAN RAFAEL, CA
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Trustees of Mills College Approve Merger with Northeastern University

Mills College in Oakland is merging with Northeastern University following approval Tuesday by the Mills College board of trustees. The merger is subject to regulatory and other approvals but is expected to be effective July 1 of next year. Mills College, once an all-women’s college, will then be gender-inclusive and known as Mills College at Northeastern University.
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Widespread Bay Area Sunday Morning Power Outages Affecting Thousands

SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) — Power outages around the Bay Area on Sunday morning are affecting thousands of customers, most of them in the East Bay, PG&E said. As of 8 a.m., more than 14,000 customers were without power in the Richmond and San Pablo areas, a PG&E spokesperson said. Several other cities around the Bay Area were also seeing outages, with more than 2,400 customers affected in San Francisco, 2,300 on the Peninsula and nearly 400 in the North Bay. The outages began Saturday night and crews are working to restore power, according to PG&E. A spokesperson said Sunday morning that the outages stem...
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