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Similar to what happened Sunday, BART was having track-related electrical problems in the Transbay Tube early Friday leading to single-tracking and major delays. BART has not confirmed whether the issue, which we guessed was connected to the rain on ...
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The CDC categorizes a county's COVID-19 community level as low, medium or high based on the number of new cases in the area, new virus-related hospital admissions and hospital beds being used by patients with COVID-19.
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Surging COVID case rates in the Bay Area have now exceeded those of the devastating surge in the winter of 2021. A huge survey of COVID-19 survivors sheds new light on what causes long COVID. The CDC chimes in on the growing phenomenon of “Paxlovid ...
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Twelve Bay Area health officers on Friday recommended that people wear masks indoors amidst a new swell of COVID cases and hospitalizations.
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A magnitude 4.1 earthquake hit the Bay Area near Bay Point on Thursday morning, according to authorities.
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The Dodge Challenger and Charger have had a lasting impact on the landscape of modern muscle cars. From the rebirth of both namesakes to the outrageous wheelie-prone, 840-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, the duo leaves little to be desired for ...
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It seems obvious that Dodge was always going to have a problem selling the idea of electric vehicles to its core group of enthusiasts. Case in point? TikTok.
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Dodge claims its new Charger Daytona SRT Concept electric car "sounds like a Dodge". Make up your own mind with this new video.
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A Seattle CEO who announced in 2015 that he was giving himself a drastic pay cut to help cover the cost of big raises for his employees has announced his resignation. Dan Price, the embattled CEO of credit card processing company Gravity Payments, ...
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Applied Materials Inc., the biggest maker of machinery used to manufacture semiconductors, gave an upbeat sales forecast for the current period, saying it can weather the economic slowdown afflicting the industry. Revenue will be about $6.65 billion in ...
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