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One person has been killed and two others wounded in a shooting Saturday at an automotive interior products warehouse in suburban Chicago.

An Army private charged with plotting to murder members of his unit overseas with help from a secretive violent anarchist group was planning a defense calling it all an internet fantasy before pleading guilty just before trial.

Thursday’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling overturning New York's concealed weapon law will likely change things in Hawaii, too, where it's now highly unusual to see people carrying loaded weapons in public.

There is an ever-present fear of being rejected or attacked in Guerrero, a state where same-sex relationships are not widely accepted and one of five in Mexico where same-sex marriage is still not allowed.

Blount Fine Foods Friday announced a recall of 2,569 cases of 16 oz. Panera at Home Southwest Corn Chowder due to an undeclared wheat allergen.

Two Bay Area cities are among 10 regions throughout California to receive $17 million in Family Homelessness Challenge Grant funds with the goal of reducing family homelessness in the state.

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Steve Kerr has done this nine times. Doesn’t look like it’s gotten old. #WarriorsParade  coverage continues on KCBS Radio:

BREAKING: The #Martinez  couple caught on video painting over the approved #BlackLivesMatter  mural on #FourthofJuly  are being charged with a hate crime, according to a release from the #ContraCostaCounty  District Attorney's office.

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@oaklandpoliceca  UPDATE: The FBI says that a car approached the Oakland Federal Building around 9:45 pm, firing at contract security officers. Two Federal Protective Service were hit, and one of them was killed.

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Update: Authorities have raised the count of critically injured from four to five people in Southern California church shooting.

It’s a Poole party and everyone’s invited. KCBS Radio’s #WarriorsParade  coverage keeps swimming along:

EXCLUSIVE: San Francisco billionaire Marc Benioff and his wife Lynne are giving UC San Francisco $30 million to create a first-of-its-kind program to study the most effective ways to end homelessness.

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