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The much-photographed baleen has earned herself the name "Allie" and there's even an Alameda Allie Facebook page where people can post photos and updates.

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A house fire right off Highway 101 near Fashion Island in San Mateo was expelling a massive cloud of black smoke late Thursday morning.

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Salesforce announced new dates for its free public tours of the Tower's 61st floor. Tours begin Aug. 24 and are offered on a monthly basis through Jan. 25. Visitors can reserve a spot for up to five guests via the Salesforce Tower Tours website.

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A teenager died Monday afternoon after he went missing in the San Francisco Bay and was pulled out of the water by rescue crews.

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The San Francisco Fire Department is attempting a water rescue of a 15-year-old male who was last seen struggling in in the San Francisco Bay near Crissy Field.

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After a winter and spring marked by unusually potent weather, the site of the annual Burning Man festival is under a massive lake of water stretching more than 10 miles long. This is not typical.

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Forecasters working the Tuesday evening shift at the National Weather Service's San Diego office were confused.

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According to reports from ABC7 and NBC Bay Area, Steven Johnson landscaped a giant swastika, the symbol of Nazi Germany, in front of his home on Lindell Drive.

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