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Target Computer Outage Leaves 1000s Of Frustrated Shoppers Stranded In Checkout Lines NationwideA computer outage left thousands of frustrated Target shoppers unable to purchase their goods at the checkout registers, on Saturday.
Concord Man Allegedly Threatens Mass Shooting At Synagogue In Online Chat RoomPolice in Concord have arrested a man in connection with several crimes related to possession of an illegal assault rifle and for threatening comments the man reportedly made in the chat room of an online gaming platform.
Man Convicted Of Murdering, Raping 79-Year-Old Santa Cruz Woman Denied ParoleA man serving a life sentence for the 1973 rape and murder of a 79-year woman has been denied parole.
Toddler Drowns In Backyard Pool In AntiochA 2-year-old boy drowned Friday night in a swimming pool at an Antioch home, according to police.
Alameda County Sheriff’s Office Recommending Charges Against Raptors PresidentThe Alameda County Sheriff's office is recommending charges for the Toronto Raptors executive who shoved a deputy during Thursday night's Game 6 of the NBA Finals.
Luxury Condo Market in San Francisco Still HotReal estate analysts say the condo market in the city by the bay is still wild. The current median condo sales price in San Francisco is $1.25 million.
Teen Robbery Gangs Target Pedestrians Crossing Hwy 101 on New East Palo Alto OverpassTwo robberies occurred Thursday in East Palo Alto on a recently-opened footbridge that allows pedestrians to cross over Highway 101, according to the East Palo Alto police department.
1 Dead in SoCal Costco Shooting; Suspect In CustodyWitnesses say a shooting at a Costco store southeast of Los Angeles sparked a stampede and left several people injured.
Fed Agency Recommends No-Growth Attendance Cap at Burning ManThe U.S. Bureau of Land Management is recommending attendance be capped at existing levels for the next 10 years at the annual Burning Man festival in the Black Rock Desert.