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In Sacramento, Tent-City Dwellers Want To Stay

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Calif. Court Hears Gay-Marriage Ban Appeal

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Calif. Court To Review Gay-Marriage Ban

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Calif. Judges Order Prisoners Released

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Video Hints At Unprovoked Attack In BART Shooting

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Oakland Transit Shooting Sparks Riot

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Time Capsule Brings Headlines From 1896

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Housing Dreams Flipped In Upside Down Town

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In this April 1977 file photo, San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk, left, and Mayor George Moscone are shown in the mayor's office during the signing of the city's gay rights bill. AP hide caption

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The Moscone-Milk Anniversary — And Legacy

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