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Thanksgiving Downer: Commercial Dungeness Crab Season Delayed Into Mid-DecemberBay Area crab connoisseurs will have to wait until next month for a taste of Dungeness crab, as the Department of Fish and Wildlife has once again pushed back the start date of the commercial season.
Feds Offer Reward Up to $20,000 for Orinda Mass Shooting InformationThe ATF announced the reward Thursday night and it is contingent on information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the Orinda mass shooting.
California Takes Steps to Force Registration of Homemade ‘Ghost Guns’A gun used in last week's deadly school shooting in Santa Clarita was made from parts; an untraceable, so-called ghost gun. The use of homemade firearms is part of a growing and dangerous trend.
Neighborhood Anti-Crime Camera Network Helps In Pleasanton Porch Pirate BustPolice in Pleasanton recently busted two porch pirates for allegedly snatching packages from people's homes after an assist from an anti-crime network made up of neighbors.
Restaurant Group Sues Berkeley Over Natural Gas BanBerkeley’s first-in-the-nation ban on natural gas in new construction may end up eroding the region’s reputation for fine and creative dining, according to a California trade association suing the city on behalf of restaurants.
Shooting Injures 2 In Richmond’s Iron Triangle NeighborhoodAuthorities in Richmond are at the scene of a shooting that has injured two victims Thursday afternoon, according to police.
Busy Mineta San Jose Airport Looks To Address Traveler Parking CrunchMineta San Jose International is expecting passenger traffic to hit an all time high this year, with more than 15 million travelers for 2019, according to airport officials.
Suspect In Fatal South Hayward BART Stabbing Arraigned On Murder ChargesA San Francisco man was arraigned on multiple felony charges Thursday for the fatal stabbing of a 49-year-old man on a BART train at the transit agency's South Hayward station on Tuesday afternoon.
Palo Alto To Pay $572K To Settle Police Misconduct LawsuitThe city of Palo Alto on Monday agreed to pay over a half-million dollars to a man who sued the city this year.