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Feds review permit for right-wing rally

In the face of intense public pressure, National Park Service officials Wednesday said they are reviewing a permit application for a right-wing rally planned for later this month.

Twin Peaks shooting suspects plead not guilty

Two people charged with murder in the fatal shooting and robbery of a San Francisco man at the Twin Peaks lookout last month entered not guilty pleas today in court. Fantasy Decuir, a 20-year-old San Francisco resident, and Lamonte Mims,…

Man on fire threatens police

A man was taken into custody by San Francisco police Sunday in the city’s Bayview District after he reportedly set himself on fire using a flammable liquid and advanced on officers. Officers with the San Francisco Police Department responded Sunday…

Canyon Fire sears 114 acres in Napa County

The Canyon Fire in Napa County is now described as encompassing 114 acres and was 60 percent contained as of 8 a.m. today, Cal Fire said. Evacuation warnings are in effect along State Highway 128 between Turtle Rock and the…

Man plunges off 100-foot tall PG&E tower

A man who suffered life-threatening injuries after he fell off a 100-foot tall PG&E transmission tower in Santa Rosa has been identified by police, however, they are withholding his identity.

San Jose dismisses fireworks citations

San Jose city officials announced on Thursday the city will be dismissing all 45 citations that were issued for illegal use of fireworks that were based on online complaints.

Orioles, Mancini rock A’s to sleep

Oakland starter Chris Smith held the Orioles without a single base hit. Unfortunately for him, Baltimore (57-58) was more than happy to pound out nine extra-base hits.

Kansas City barbecues Cueto, leaves Giants blue

Last season, Johnny Cueto allowed just one home run in all of June -- 15 all season. A trio of home runs surrendered to the Kansas City Royals Wednesday afternoon helped him eclipse that season mark just 14 days into June.

Royals blast Blach, Giants continue free fall

Ty Blach held a 1.67 ERA on the AT&T mound this season heading into Tuesday's game. Breaking that down into some number soup, that's seven runs in 33.2 innings. Hitters, from both sides of the plate, managing a .190 average off the lefty.