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Bay Area Civil Rights Group Warns FBI May Be Targeting Palestinians

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Two women wearing headscarves hold 'Free Palestine' and 'No justice, no peace' signs during a large outdoor rally.
Foaz Kayed (left) and Laila Al rally alongside hundreds of demonstrators outside the Federal Building in San Francisco on Oct. 19, 2023, calling for the end of United States military aid to Israel. (Beth LaBerge/KQED)

Warning Sent To Palestinians In Bay Area 

The Council of American-Islamic Relations is warning its Bay Area members to be alert, after hearing reports that the FBI is targeting Palestinians elsewhere in the country for questioning
Reporter: Christopher Alam, KQED 

Stray Dogs Terrorizing Riverside County Community

A small rural town in Riverside County faces an unexpected danger -packs of aggressive stray dogs. In recent months, the dogs have killed dozens of livestock and terrorized many residents. Authorities say illegal marijuana farms are to blame.
Reporter: Madison Aument, KVCR

Opening Statements Conclude In Trial For Captain Of Conception Boat

In Los Angeles, attorneys have finished opening statements in the trial for the captain of the Conception.  That’s the diving boat that caught fire four years ago while anchored off the coast south of Santa Barbara, killing 34 people on board.
Reporter: Julia Paskin, LAist

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