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Ex-Girlfriend Of 49ers LB Foster May Avoid Charges For Lying About Assault AccusationA woman who accused a 49ers linebacker of domestic violence - and then said she lied about it - could avoid facing any charges.
San Francisco To Temporarily Remove All Electric Scooters From StreetsOfficials announced Thursday that the ubiquitous electric scooters in San Francisco will be removed from city streets in two weeks as a new permit process is implemented.
South Bay Mushroom Farmers Struggle To Fill JobsWhile the handful of farmers in the South Bay still in the business of growing mushrooms are producing tons of the edible fungi, they’re faced with the problem of not having enough people to pick the crops.
N. Korea Says It’s Open for Talks After Trump Cancels SummitPresident Trump has canceled the upcoming summit between the United States and the North Koreans in a new letter released on Thursday.
Memorial Day Staycation? Travel Website Tracks Celebrity Visits To Bay Area LocalesMemorial Day weekend is just days away, and if you still haven’t made plans for the long weekend, there are many spots within the Bay Area to visit for a perfect staycation - with the help of an website that tracks where celebrities have spent quality time.
Officials: Weinstein To Surrender In Sexual Misconduct ProbeHollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein is expected to surrender to authorities Friday to face charges involving at least one of the women who have accused him of sexual assault, two law enforcement officials told The Associated Press.
Jury Says Samsung Must Pay $539 Million for Copying iPhoneA jury has decided Samsung must pay Apple $539 million in damages for illegally copying some of the iPhone's features to lure people into buying its competing products.
Court Says Defendants Could Get Facebook InfoThe California Supreme Court has ruled that Facebook and other social media companies could be required to turn over user content that is public to criminal defendants.
Amazon Asked To Stop Selling Facial Recognition Technology To PoliceMore than two dozen civil rights organizations are calling on Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos to stop selling its facial recognition technology to the government.

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