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2019年2月13日 星期三

Bay Area storm far from over

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Top O' The Bay

Supersoaker slams Bay Area: Over 3 inches of rain in some areas, 70 mph winds
A moisture-rich winter storm known as an atmospheric river is drenching the San Francisco Bay Area Wednesday, inundating roadways with water and triggering rapid rises on creeks, streams and rivers.
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Need to Know

San Francisco's Great Highway closed in both directions due to storm
San Francisco's Great Highway was closed to traffic in both directions early Wednesday due to flooding triggered by a wet winter storm.
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Gavin Newsom calls SF-to-LA high-speed rail unrealistic, pushes for route from Bakersfield to Merced
During Gov. Gavin Newsom's first State of the State speech Tuesday, he surprised listeners by announcing he'd abandon the quest for high-speed rail connecting San Francisco and Los Angeles championed by his predecessor.
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Wisconsin GOP erases Kaepernick from resolution
Wisconsin Republicans erased any mention of former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick from a resolution recognizing Black History Month on Tuesday, saying he's too controversial to be included in a list of influential black leaders. 
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'I'm ready to do this': Bay Area Rep. Eric Swalwell says he's gearing up for a 2020 run
Bay Area Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.) told POLITICO that he leaning towards running for president in 2020.
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Just for Fun

'Everyone is poly,' no one is serious, and other reasons dating in San Francisco is awful
San Francisco is a city full of young, ambitious people with great food, hundreds of bars and even more activities. What could go wrong when you're looking for love?
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Still booming: San Francisco's oldest businesses
From Boudin Bakery to Levi Strauss, the businesses that have stood the test of time in San Francisco.
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Repurposed trailer becomes charming, tiny cabin, just $135K
Surrounded by thousands of acres of forest, minutes to Mt. Rainier National Park and Alder Lake, this tiny cabin is a converted trailer big on quirky charm, asking just $134,500.
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A stealthy futuristic ship is docked at Pier 30-32 in SF. Here's what it is.
Nope, Marvel isn't filming a movie in San Francisco right now. That ship you've seen parked at Pier 30-32 on the Embarcadero isn't a movie prop.
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Around the Bay

Pleasanton homes sit on eroding hillside, and people fear what Wednesday's storm will bring
An atmospheric river is expected to sweep into the Bay Area on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, forecast to pound the area with rain, fell trees and bring potential flooding to every county but Solano.
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How being a full-time mom prepared Nancy Pelosi for this moment
Last month, Nancy Corinne Prowda was watching television when her mother, Nancy Pelosi, came on the screen. Pelosi had disinvited President Donald Trump from giving his State of the Union speech in the House while the government was shut down, and the president responded by effectively canceling her planned trip to a war zone.  
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Vandals smash the windows of 36 cars in Benicia early Tuesday morning
Benicia police said the side windows of 36 vehicles were smashed early Tuesday morning. Police said they received a call around 2 a.m. about a car window smashed in the 300 block of West M Street. 
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The Latest: Dixie school district to keep its name for now
 The Dixie School District in the California city of San Rafael has voted against changing its name that some have said is linked to the Confederacy and slavery but agreed to revisit the issue later. 
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