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LA Gunman Dead After Killing Three in Home and SWAT Officer

Updated: 02/07/2008 - A gunman killed three apparent relatives and a veteran SWAT officer and wounded another officer in the face before police shot him to death early Thursday in a home that erupted in flames during a long standoff.

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Sens. Feinstein and Martinez Aim to Curb Loan Abuse

Posted: 02/06/2008 - In an attempt to curb abusive lending practices that have contributed to the nation's subprime mortgage crisis, Senators Dianne Feinstein and Mel Martinez have introduced a bill that would establish professionals standards for mortgage brokers and lenders.

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Snow Closes Cal Freeway; Hunt Continues For Missing Skiers And Hiker

Posted: 02/04/2008 - A winter storm hit California Monday, closing a 40-mile stretch of a main highway but causing no major accidents. Meanwhile, crews planned to resume the search for two missing skiers near Lake Tahoe and a woman who never returned from a hike on a Riverside County mountain.

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Marines Refuse to Leave Berkeley Despute Council Resolution

Posted: 02/02/2008 - While anti-war protesters chained themselves outside a U.S. Marines recruiting center in Berkeley, a spokesman said Corps does not plan to abandon the office even though the City Council has asked them to leave.

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Oakland Giraffe's Jacket Makes For Creature Comfort

Posted: 02/02/2008 - Like many a lady of a certain age, Tiki the giraffe feels the cold these days. So, workers at the Oakland Zoo are having a custom-fit coat made to keep her cozy this winter.

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2.7 Million Gallons of Sewage Spilled in San Francisco Bay

Posted: 02/01/2008 - Marin County officials say 2.7 million gallons of sewage has spilled into San Francisco Bay. The spill occurred in Richardson Bay, an arm of San Francisco Bay that stretches between Tiburon and Sausalito in Marin County. The extent of the spill's spread is unknown.

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Calif. College Suspends Blood Drives Over Federal Gay Donor Ban

Posted: 02/01/2008 - A Bay Area university has suspended all campus blood drives because of a long-standing government policy that bars gay men from donating blood, putting renewed attention on an issue that has been a sore spot at many liberal colleges.

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