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Monday’s Briefing: Massive Fires Ravage North Bay; Feinstein to Seek Reelection

Plus, Oakland fire chief candidate turns down job because of low pay.

Friday’s Briefing: California to Become a Sanctuary State; Auditor Rips Gov. Brown’s Water Tunnels Plan

Plus, Trump administration rolls back birth control protections.

Thursday’s Briefing: New BART Cars Delayed Again; GOP Leaders May Be Open to Banning Gun Bump Stocks

Plus, the Trump administration rolls back protections for transgender people.

Wednesday’s Briefing: Feinstein Pushes Ban on Vegas Gun Device; Alameda Hires a New Fire Chief

Plus, Berkeley to create modular homeless shelter near waterfront.

The Periodic Table Sake Bar Opens in Emeryville

Husband-and-wife owners Jake Freed and Hiroko Nakamura also own Shiba Ramen, next-door.

Tuesday’s Briefing: Uptown Oakland Housing May Become Office Space; Google and Facebook Pushed Fake Vegas Stories

Plus, Nevada has some of the most relaxed gun laws in the nation.

Original Pattern Brewing Company Breaks Ground on Oakland Tasting Room/Brewery

Up to ten beers will be on tap at the Jack London Square space, set to open by the end of 2017.

Ajanta Announces Its Diwali Plans

Festivities will include lights, glitter, a special menu, and free desserts.

Monday’s Briefing: At Least 58 Dead in Vegas Mass Shooting; California Has Highest Poverty Rate Due to Housing

Plus, Emeryville may be only East Bay city to allow legal weed sales on Jan. 1.

Friday’s Briefing: Oakland Police Tased a Man to Death; Berkeley High Rocked by Racism and Anti-Semitism

Plus, Gov. Brown set to sign housing package today.