SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The FBI is renewing its call for the public's help to find an animal rights activist wanted in the 2003 bombings at two corporate offices in Northern California. The agency has scheduled a news conference today to discuss the case against Daniel San Diego. The FBI says he was behind bombings in Emeryville and Pleasanton.
EUREKA, Calif. (AP) - Northern California crab fishermen will begin harvesting Dungeness crab after a stalemate over price that lasted almost two weeks. The Eureka Times-Standard reports that the crabbers dropped their pots last night after reaching an agreement with wholesalers for $2.65 per pound. Crab season was scheduled to open Dec. 1, but fishermen balked at the $2.50 per pound being offered. They wanted $3.
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit and its two largest unions are meeting for a second day over a key contract provision that has led to a lawsuit. They're trying to work out a disputed Family Medical Leave Act provision that was stripped out of a contract the BART board approved last month. BART says the provision was included in the contract by mistake.
ISLETON, Calif. (AP) - A Northern California man who rented a children's movie from DVD kiosk operator Redbox got something very different instead. James Terry of Rocklin tells KCRA-TV the "Smurfs 2" DVD turned out to be pornography. He rented the movie from a Redbox machine in Stockton on Tuesday. Terry says he called Redbox, which offered him 10 movies and a $2 credit and said it was working on a program to prevent people from photocopying bar codes.
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