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Gyuto Foundation invites community to Annual Spring Festival

The Gyuto Foundation is inviting the community to its Annual Spring Festival on April 27. The festival, which will run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Guyoto Foundation at 6401 Bernhard Ave. in Richmond, will feature a variety of free programs and workshops such as Meditation, Introduction to Buddhism


Smash-and-grab burglary at Yves St. Laurent store in SF's Union Square

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco police are investigating a smash-and-grab burglary at the Yves Saint Laurent store in Union Square. A tire was on the sidewalk and window is broken at the business. Merchandise is missing from the store's shelves.


California Dad Rescued From Ocean Facing Child Endangerment Charges

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (AP) — A California father rescued from the ocean will be booked on charges of child endangerment after authorities say he left his 6-year-old daughter alone in their car in a parking lot for hours.


Full 2019 Raiders schedule: Opponents, dates and times

The Raiders begin their 2019 season just like they did a year ago, hosting the back end of Monday Night Football’s Week 1 doubleheader, this time against the Broncos. Denver will trot out Joe Flacco as their quarterback for the first time. Who will try to sack him remains a mystery, but the Raiders


Suspect sought in fatal Berkeley hit-and-run

BERKELEY — Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a suspect sought in connection with a hit-and-run collision whose victim died earlier this month, authorities said.


Serial Killer Who Attacked Lisa Rinna's Mom Still on Death Row

"He was straddling me with a hammer in one hand and a knife in the other." The serial killer who tried to murder Lisa Rinna's mom is still on death row today. David Carpenter, AKA the Trailside Killer, has been awaiting execution for 34-and-a-half years in San Quentin State Prison in San Francisco.


Enjoy The Views From This Martinez Home With RV Parking: $590K

MARTINEZ, CA — Need a place to park your second home? Look no further for a home with RV or boat parking than this well-maintained, four-bedroom Martinez home that also comes with a separate in-law unit.


Marin coroner’s office IDs wrong-way driver on Highway 37

The wrong-way driver who died in a Novato wreck was identified as Linda Abrahams, 70, of Bodega Bay, a coroner’s investigator said Wednesday. The California Highway Patrol was still trying to figure out where Abrahams entered eastbound Highway 37 heading west.


SF Health Officials Call For More STD Testing As Syphilis Re-Emerges

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Sexually transmitted diseases are on the rise in San Francisco with the number of women infected with syphilis increasing by 144 percent between 2017 and 2018, the city’s Department of Public Health announced Wednesday.


San Francisco Supervisors considering raising bag fee to 25 cents, ban on plastic produce bags

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco Supervisors are considering raising grocery bags from a dime to a quarter and banning plastic produce bags altogether. "Whatever we can do to help the planet is what we should be trying to do," says Kayren Hudiburgh who is the owner of The Good Life Grocery store


Trump green card rule could stop millions of immigrants from getting California health care

More than anything else, Claudia Navarro wanted health insurance for her children when she arrived in the United States. Navarro’s daughter has spina bifida — a congenital condition her doctors in Mexico said would kill the girl within a year. But Navarro didn’t give up on her baby. Instead, she bro


Amazon to close domestic marketplace business in China: sources

SAN FRANCISCO/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc plans to close its domestic marketplace in China by mid-July, people familiar with the matter told Reuters, focusing efforts on more lucrative businesses selling overseas goods and cloud services in the world’s most populous nation.


Kamala Harris regrets California truancy law that led to arrest of some parents

Kamala Harris, who has made her prosecutorial record a centerpiece of her presidential bid, said she now has misgivings about a California law she championed that punished parents of habitually truant schoolchildren.


Food Trucks In Contra Costa County To Get Surprise Inspections, Restaurant-Style Placards

(KPIX 5) — The days of calling food trucks “Roach Coaches” are long gone! The food truck of today is nothing short of a modern restaurant, and the Contra Costa County says those trucks will now be held to the same strict standards of regular restaurants.


SMART to seek early renewal of voter-approved sales tax in 2020

A year and a half into passenger rail service, SMART moved a step closer to going back to voters in 2020 to request renewal of the sales tax that funds the system nearly 10 years early, so it can maintain operations and hasten completion of its planned 70-mile line from Larkspur to Cloverdale.


Famed San Francisco musical 'Beach Blanket Babylon' to close at the end of 2019

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco's famed musical revue "Beach Blanket Babylon" is closing at the end of this year. Known for its iconic hats and political and pop culture spoofs, Beach Blanket Babylon opened in 1974.


Thieves drive into YSL in San Francisco and steal merchandise

SAN FRANISCO (KGO) -- Workers spent the day successfully and safely removing large panes of glass from high-end retailer Saint Laurent after someone drove into the store overnight, getting away with luxury merchandise and leaving a spare tire behind.


A Knee-Friendly Way to Get Up and Down

By Cinder Ernst– — Summer is coming … even to San Francisco. You might want to relax on the grass at Dolores Park or sit on the beach. Maybe you’d like to take a yoga class, but you’re worried about your current state of fitness. Many people tell me, for example, that their sore knees make it hard f


Google worker infected with measles visited California campus

A worker infected with measles visited Google’s Northern California campus earlier this month, according to a report Wednesday. The infected worker reportedly entered a Google building in Mountain View on April 4. The Santa Clara County Public Health Department said the case doesn’t relate to any br


George Kittle says tweet to Antonio Brown was a dare from Jimmy Garoppolo

San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle said his tweet to Antonio Brown from New Year’s Eve was at the prodding of a fellow member of the 49ers offense. Via KNBR, Kittle said on Wednesday that his “Sup?” tweet directed at Brown was a dare from quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo.