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Terror Vault Returns To The SF Mint In October With Immersive 21+ Haunted Attractions

If you're into haunted houses, escaping a zombie apocalypse or perhaps simply sipping cocktails in a gold-rush era setting, Into The Dark SF is bringing back their immersive, scary attraction to the San Francisco Mint Building.
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Fire Danger Joaquin Miller Park (Photo credit: Matt Bigler/KCBS Radio)

'13 Reasons Why' Shoots In Oakland Park Shut From Fire Risk

Netflix' " 13 Reasons Why " is causing controversy again. This time it has nothing to do with the show's content about revenge suicide .
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SAN FRANCISCO, CA - DECEMBER 5: Maceo Grigsby, a homeless man, sits by the waterfront with the San Francisco Bay Bridge in the background December 5, 2002 in San Francisco, California. San Francisco has attracted increasing numbers of homeless people in r

President Trump Reportedly Orders Crackdown on California's Homeless

President Donald Trump is reportedly ordering federal officials to crack down on homelessness in California, which may include moving people off the streets and putting them into federal facilities.
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Caged chickens at San Pablo Dam Road Westbound I-80 truck wreck scene (Photo credit: KCBS Radio)

Truck Full of Chickens Overturns; Lanes Closure On I-80 Westbound

A predawn truck crash led to a firefighting effort, a massive cleanup job, and an animal-rescue operation along Interstate 80 on Thursday morning. The big rig carrying live chickens in cages overturned at the San Pablo Dam overcrossing, forcing the closure of all westbound lanes of I-80.
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Excessive Bay Area Heatwave Opens Cooling Centers

Officials are tapping into an array of Bay Area libraries, malls, and senior, recreation and swim centers to provide some relief.
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Outside Lands

Cannabis Sales Allowed at Outside Lands

For the first time, marijuana may be legally sold and used during the massive Outside Lands festival in Golden Gate Park.
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Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge will open May 31, 2019, at Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California, and Aug. 29, 2019, at Disney's Hollywood Studios in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. At 14 acres each, Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge will be Disney's largest single-themed la

Vacations To Theme Parks In California Don't Have To Be So Expensive

If your summer vacation plans include taking the kids to some of California's big theme parks, you may be in for sticker shock. Must you pay full price? Kim Wonderley looks into it in this week's Road Report.
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San Francisco Neighborhood

Most Expensive Counties To Rent Are In The Bay Area, Report Finds

We all know Bay Area housing is not cheap. But now there is proof of that. In a new report that finds the three counties with the highest housing rental prices in the country are all right here in the Bay Area. KCBS Radio's Carrie Hodousek reports.
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Millions of Americans Admit To Driving High

Recreational marijuana may be legal in California and a number of other states but it's against the law to drive while high. Well this apparently is news to millions of Americans who admit in a new survey that they've done exactly that.
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Keeping Pets Safe On Hot Days

With temperatures at all-time highs in the Bay Area in recent days, it's worth reviewing the risks of leaving your pet unattended in your car and what you can do if you see someone else's dog in distress.
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