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San Francisco will use new technology to automatically reduce marijuana convictions under Prop. 64

San Francisco will use new technology to automatically reduce marijuana convictions under Prop. 64



2018-05-16T09:13:00+0000

San Francisco wants to retroactively apply the new marijuana law to prior convictions dating as far back as 1975. That's a lot of cases.

In January, San Francisco announced it would retroactively apply California's new marijuana legalization laws to prior convictions, expunging or reducing misdemeanors and felonies dating to 1975.



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Get ready to paint the town white as the Parisian-style, community pop-up gathering Le Dîner en Blanc returns to the capital city for the third consecutive year. If you missed the last two dinners, here's how you can get on this year's waiting list—>https://t.co/UrV4Rhe7xh

Stephen Curry came alive scoring 35 points with five 3-pointers, shooting over James Harden and the rest is history. Once the two-time MVP got his groove back, Houston was helpless. #warriors #dubnation #dubs

Stephen Curry comes alive to score 35, Warriors rout Rockets by 41

Stephen Curry shook, shimmied and screamed, letting his adoring Warriors fans and the Rockets know that Oracle Arena was his house.

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2/2: In reporting my mountain lion story last fall, it was fascinating to learn that radio-collar studies show that cougars live right beside us in California's urban/wildland interface. If you see deer, chances are cougars are there too. Remarkable how much they leave us alone

LOOK at what’s hidden in this bougainvillea! Two tiny hummingbird babies; they hatched from eggs the size of jelly bellies. Sometimes when you look around, there’s magic right in front of you.

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#breaking this just happened at #SFO. we'll have more on @abc7newsbayarea 11am.

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16 minutes ago

SFGATE

BART officials are planning to seek permission from the State Fire Marshal’s Office to shut down an entrance and walkway to the underground Civic Center Station that has become a haven for drug users.

“It’s ground zero for injection drug use,” said BART Director Bevan Dufty: bit.ly/2rZpMcx

KPIX CBS San Francisco Bay Area
BART DRUG CRISIS: At Civic Center, one of the system's busiest stations, shocking video shows drug use out in the open. But BART officials said they have limited resources to deal with the probelm. ...

 

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I live in the neighborhood if you shut this down where will they go?

And where would they camp next?. As Super Bowl 50 mayor Ed Lee was able to clear out the homeless for the whole weekend by housing them. A Super Bowl 50 medley was able to clear out the homeless for the whole weekend.

Sad but harmless. Just walk by and don't bother anyone and you won't get bothered.

Stop talking about it and act now, today, stop waiting. Close it until you are told otherwise.

$150k solves this. 3 $50k per year security guards that never leave the tunnel

Where do they get money for drugs

Oh nooo...reminds me of walking down the streets in the tenderloin...

It looks like narco-hell. Poor people, abandoned....

Why I no longer take BART to the San Francisco Symphony😢

We as Americans have failed them. Sorry to say.

Arrest them put them in a far A away jail

29 minutes ago

Central California SPCA

Meadow was brought in as a stray puppy at only two months old back in January 2018. She grew up in our shelter!

Despite having been taken to several offsite locations over the last few months, no one had decided to give her a chance - until last Friday. One of the managers at PetSmart on Shaw and Valentine fell in love with her. After spending some time with her and even giving her a bath, he decided that she was the one! We are so happy for Meadow's new beginning. ...

Meadow was brought in as a stray puppy at only two months old back in January 2018. She grew up in our shelter!

Despite having been taken to several offsite locations over the last few months, no one had decided to give her a chance - until last Friday. One of the managers at PetSmart on Shaw and Valentine fell in love with her. After spending some time with her and even giving her a bath, he decided that she was the one! We are so happy for Meadows new beginning.

 

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Love when people rescue animals especially when they’re just there to help and end up finding their own pet! ♥️ 👏

She is a cutie, lots of fun and love to come. Thank you for adopting!

47 minutes ago

CBS Los Angeles

WATCH LIVE: Lava continues to spew from a fissure from the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii. ...

 

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Wow

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Omfg.

Wow

Awesome!

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What’s that

where is all this lava going?

wow

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Earth fury

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Yikes! Heavens to Betsy!

Excellent pictures

To the ocean

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Most excellent.

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2 hours ago

CBS Los Angeles

They usually cost $6.50, but fans can get a Dodger Dog for just a buck to kick off a 10-game homestand tonight against the Rockies cbsloc.al/2ITWV2V ...

They usually cost $6.50, but fans can get a Dodger Dog for just a buck to kick off a 10-game homestand tonight against the Rockies https://cbsloc.al/2ITWV2V

 

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Reason its so high is the vendors have to buy from the dodgers and turn around and sell it to you. Dodgers rake in most of the profit while the vendor barely makes ends meet.

That is the skinniest hot dog I have ever seen!! Why don't you all come to Pensacola, Florida and watch baseball at the Whahoo stadium and get a real hot dog? Very sad picture there.

dont trust cook at dodger stadium for hot dogs. eat somewhere else before going to dodger.

they are not even worth it at that price. Costco is [email protected]

Go to Costco before the game, don't eat that trash.

They had to do something after starting so horrible.. it's the at least they can do.. heck what do hot dogs cost

Or just buy rf pavilion seats ..$35 all you stuff in your mouth

I don’t trust the food there. I also don’t trust the doyers.

Jose Aceves you can see your team and enjoy a cheap dog!!!!

Don’t worry, the doyers will lose again

One dollar hot dogs to watch a garbage team seem fair...

Wow $ 1 ... Ill take 6 . and cold brewski. ..

Take tortas de frijoles from home instead

650$no way!!!

Rather have carne asada fries

Not bad....

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Meet this adorable little pup Bandit A048564! Bandit is a 2 month old, white and brown, male, Pit-bull/ Boxer blend. Bandit is everything you could ask for in a puppy! He is playful and loving and loves his naptimes, who doesn’t! Bandit was in foster care to help him grow big and strong and he is now ready to be adopted by his forever family! Bandit is going to be available for adoption on 5/21/18 at 10 am at the CCSPCA Adoption Center. Adoption Center hours are 10am-5pm, 7 days a week (until 6pm on Wednesdays). The CCSPCA is located at 103 S. Hughes Ave. Fresno, CA 93706. For questions, please call (559) 233-7722 x 119 or email [email protected] ...

Meet this adorable little pup Bandit A048564! Bandit is a 2 month old, white and brown, male, Pit-bull/ Boxer blend. Bandit is everything you could ask for in a puppy! He is playful and loving and loves his naptimes, who doesn’t! Bandit was in foster care to help him grow big and strong and he is now ready to be adopted by his forever family! Bandit is going to be available for adoption on 5/21/18 at 10 am at the CCSPCA Adoption Center. Adoption Center hours are 10am-5pm, 7 days a week (until 6pm on Wednesdays). The CCSPCA is located at 103 S. Hughes Ave. Fresno, CA 93706. For questions, please call (559) 233-7722 x 119 or email Adoptions@CCSPCA.com

 

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Getting ready to bring home an adopted dog that has been abused? We’ve We’ve provided a comprehensive list of items that you will need for his or her arrival, as well as what you need to know when you bring your dog home. bit.ly/2DIEMhZ ...

Getting ready to bring home an adopted dog that has been abused? We’ve We’ve provided a comprehensive list of items that you will need for his or her arrival, as well as what you need to know when you bring your dog home. http://bit.ly/2DIEMhZ

3 hours ago

CBS Los Angeles

WATCH: The Kilauea volcano continues to spurt lava on Hawaii's Big Island this morning. ...

 

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No need to adjust your speakers. There is no audio in this feed.

RELATED: Lava from the Kilauea volcano has poured into the Pacific ocean, creating a toxic steam cloud formed by a chemical reaction between molten rock and seawater. STORY: cbsloc.al/2IWsEk4

No need to adjust your speakers. There is no audio in this feed.

Acid from the lava called LAZE is pouring into the ocean..sends hydrochloride acid and volcanic glass particles into the air .....Lava and Haze...

More carbon dioxide is being released from this eruption then mankind has produced in its entire history.

Praying for all these people that live in that area! In Jesus'Name , please evacuate now ! Life is too precious!!🙏✝❤️👍🇺🇸😢

This goes to show you nature is more powerful than humans... at any moment earth can take itself back...

I feel for those families... how crazy

There was a man something happend to his leg but I didn't read the entire article to know rather he was burned or possibly injured some other way

Wow. Look at Mother Earth in all her glory. So beautiful. My prayers for everyone over there to be far away from this.

But I enjoyed listening to the reporters casual conversations...turn the volume back on.. just for commentary.

Looks like a broken fore hydrant. Mother nature is almighty and has the final say. What a sight to see.

This will help the island remain above sea-level for longer. Sad for the current life on the island though..

Watching from about 10 miles away from this..on the Big Island! Dont panic people.. this is a very small area being affected.. sadly people have lost everything..but thankfully no lives have been lost.. air quality is iffy..

Only 5% of the Island the other 95% is ok USGS stated via YouTube but as you know scientists are never wrong. RIGHT 😁

Don't let this event distract us from the REAL truth!!! Until The Heart of Tafitti is returned to its rightful place, The lava monster known as, "T'ka" will continue to rain fire and destruction throughout these lands.

I hope it calms down for the people who live on the island 🌴 I was there on my honeymoon in 1995 and the island was beautiful

The big island is over 4000 sq miles

Looks like Kilauea had a heavy dose of Del Taco

This is happening in a very small ares on the big island ! People took a chance building in a lava zone ! I live 20 miles away and I have zero concerns...

Hawaii is like taking a hot spring lava dip to regenerate😱❤🙏

More info on the volcano eruption can be found at: volcanoes.usgs.gov/volcanoes/kilauea/multimedia_chronology.html

I can’t even imagine how hot it is near that volcano...

Saw video before description of video .... now I know that it is a volcano ..

Scary God bless you guys in Hawaii stay safe

This is how islands are built.

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To say thanks to the women and men in uniform, the Central California SPCA is celebrating Memorial Day by offering free adoptions for all dogs and cats. Free adoptions are only available to members only of the military, active duty, reserve, or veterans of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard or National Guard. All interested adopters must present a photo ID, as well as one of the following forms of identification: Military ID, Dependent ID, DD-214 and Driver’s License, or NGB Form 22. Proper identification must be shown to receive a free adoption, no exceptions.

This adoption promotion runs from Saturday, May 26, thru Monday, May 28, 2018, and is applicable at our adoption center and all offsite locations. Each adoption includes a spay or neuter, Fresno city dog license (if applicable), vaccinations (DHPP, Rabies, and Bordetella), single dose of de-wormer for roundworms single topical dose of flea/tick preventative, free vet exam from our participating veterinary clinics, and microchip (free registration with email address).

This promotion is made possible by the support of the CCSPCA Board of Directors and the generosity of our donors and supporters.

You can view our adoptable dogs and cats online at bit.ly/2x2QBSj or at our Adoption Center located at 103 S. Hughes Ave, Fresno CA 93706. We are open 7days/week from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (6:00 p.m. on Wednesdays). ...

To say thanks to the women and men in uniform, the Central California SPCA is celebrating Memorial Day by offering free adoptions for all dogs and cats. Free adoptions are only available to members only of the military, active duty, reserve, or veterans of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard or National Guard. All interested adopters must present a photo ID, as well as one of the following forms of identification: Military ID, Dependent ID, DD-214 and Driver’s License, or NGB Form 22. Proper identification must be shown to receive a free adoption, no exceptions.

This adoption promotion runs from Saturday, May 26, thru Monday, May 28, 2018, and is applicable at our adoption center and all offsite locations. Each adoption includes a spay or neuter, Fresno city dog license (if applicable), vaccinations (DHPP, Rabies, and Bordetella), single dose of de-wormer for roundworms single topical dose of flea/tick preventative, free vet exam from our participating veterinary clinics, and microchip (free registration with email address).

This promotion is made possible by the support of the CCSPCA Board of Directors and the generosity of our donors and supporters.  

You can view our adoptable dogs and cats online at http://bit.ly/2x2QBSj or at our Adoption Center located at 103 S. Hughes Ave, Fresno CA 93706.  We are open 7days/week from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (6:00 p.m. on Wednesdays).

 

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