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2019年2月12日 星期二

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Top O' The Bay

Half an inch of rain per hour: Forecast puts all but one Bay Area county under flood watch
Officials in California are warning of the dangers of flooding with a supercharged wet storm poised to drench the state Tuesday night into Thursday.
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Need to Know

Edna the cat officially removed from SF fire facility, and she does not have a permanent home
A former employee at a San Francisco fire station is speaking out after the station was forced to say goodbye to their beloved pet cat Edna on Monday after a complaint was filed about the cat's presence at the station.
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Burning Man nonprofit CEO decries Instagram influencers, brands, luxe camps invading annual event
It's the topic of a new post from Burning Man nonprofit CEO Marian Goodell on the Burning Man blog, posted Saturday.  
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Stanford graduate engineering student found dead on campus
Stanford University officials said a graduate engineering student was found dead Monday in the college's Paul G. Allen Building.  
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Budget deal allows far less money than Trump wanted for wall
Congressional negotiators reached agreement to prevent a government shutdown and finance construction of new barriers along the U.S.-Mexico border, overcoming a late-stage hang-up over immigration enforcement issues that had threatened to scuttle the talks.
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Just for Fun

'They got Rock Band?': The incredibly Klay story of his college 'partying' days
There was only one thing that could get Klay Thompson to a party during his college days - and it wasn't the prospect of free alcohol.
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Snowed in: Photos show insane snowfall in Tahoe
The Sierra was walloped with an insane amount of snow over the weekend, leaving some Tahoe tourists snowed in. Several ski resorts closed all lifts and runs due to high avalanche danger.
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Elon Musk selling his $4.5M Calif. home: Take a look inside
With at least four other residences in Bel Air, CA, billionaire Elon Musk likely won't miss the midcentury modern he recently listed for $4.5 million.
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Things that used to scare us but are no longer news
How did quicksand fall off the list of plot-twist mechanisms ready at hand for script writers? We may never know.
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Around the Bay

Stanford Shopping Center considers tearing down Macy's Men's store for luxury shops
In recent months, Stanford Shopping Center has made significant changes to its storefront, where longstanding business have been swapped out for newer ones.  
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Hella Vegan Eats says it's being forced to leave Oakland location
After three years of serving up massive breakfast burritos and fried faux chicken and waffles, popular vegan restaurant Hella Vegan Eats announced the staff is planning its last service at its Oakland location. 
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'We did it for safety': Napa family faces backlash after killing mountain lion
The fatal shooting of a young mountain lion in Northern California that was part of a research project has set off angry criticism and left a family defending its actions.  
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Fresno priest angry about Nazi symbols on pillow he ordered from Walmart
A Fresno priest is upset that the throw pillow he ordered from Walmart came with unwanted graphics - namely Adolph Hitler's image and a Nazi swastika.
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