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A gas line between the two homes was severed in the fire that temporarily displaced residents of 12 homes.
The 49-year-old was not wearing a seat belt and was thrown from his car, the California Highway Patrol said.
"I was so impressed by the work our local teaching artists created in quarantine, and am excited to share it with our community."
The protest was dubbed the 'Red Paint Rally' and planned to mark Indigenous People's Day.
"This successful step will put SMART closer to its goal of reducing debt service by as much as $3 million annually."
Dry weather forecast this week coupled with fast, gusty winds has prompted officials to issue a red flag warning.
Barbara Coler shares why she should be elected for Fairfax Town Council.
John Wright shares why he should be elected for San Anselmo Town Council
Make Llorens Gulati shares why she should be elected for San Rafael City Council, District 1.
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Oakland International Airport is the mainland's first certified testing and travel partner with the state of Hawaii. Book that vacation!
Here's everything we know about the Golden State's largest fire season on record, Oct. 13. Plus, see an interactive map of all fires.
California's cases continue to remain lower than in summer and less than 20 counties remain on the "widespread" tier.
Upcoming holidays and the election forced the state to release guidelines on gatherings, but officials still say it's not a good idea.
Some Bay Area Tenants have won the affordable housing fight.
An extra item may have slipped into your weekly grocery delivery: a campaign ad.