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San Rafael School To Close Due To Low Enrollment Trend In Marin CountyStudent enrollment in San Rafael schools has dropped so much that the district will close one of its schools next year, the latest in a trend that’s happening throughout Marin County.
ATF Agents Join Investigation Of Storage Tank Fireball; Search Warrant Served On NuStarFederal agents joined the investigation Wednesday in a search for the cause of a massive explosion and fireball that erupted at an East Bay storage tank farm.
New Plan Floated To Deal With House Boats Anchored Out Off SausalitoThe waterfront home to bohemian artists for generations, the water off Sausalito still attracts people quite content to live not on the pricey hillsides but instead as part of the flotilla of boats anchored in San Francisco Bay.
Santa Cruz Residents Remember Loma Prieta Damage Three Decades LaterDowntown Santa Cruz is a much different place than it was 30 years ago when the Loma Prieta earthquake struck the town.
Loma Prieta Hero Looks Back On Harrowing Marina Rescue 30 Years LaterAs the 30th anniversary of the Loma Prieta Earthquake approaches, KPIX 5 looks back on an act of heroism in the aftermath of the powerful quake.
70-Year-Old Victim Still Critical After Horrific Divisadero Street AccidentA 70-year-old woman injured in a collision Sunday near San Francisco's Alamo Square remains hospitalized with life-threatening injuries, police said Wednesday.
San Francisco Cutting Business Ties With 22 States Over Abortion RestrictionsCity officials in San Francisco announced Wednesday it's cutting business ties with nearly two dozen states over laws restricting abortion.
Pelosi: President Trump Had ‘Meltdown’ During Meeting On Turkey, SyriaHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday said she and other Democratic leaders witnessed "a meltdown" by President Trump during a meeting on the current conflict between Turkey and Syria.
Top PG&E Executive In Ill-Timed Winery Retreat Out Of JobA top Pacific Gas and Electric Co. executive who was among a group of employees who wined and dined top customers just before the utility's mass power outage last week is no longer with the company.