Bay Area Companies Making a Difference

Monday, Aug 19, 2013

12 Degrees, LifeScan and American Diabetes Association

12 Degrees, LifeScan and American Diabetes Association

In this segment we feature LifeScan and their partnership with American Diabetes Association

Monday, Aug 19, 2013

12 Degrees, Symantec and Silicon Valley Education Foundation

12 Degrees, Symantec and Silicon Valley Education Foundation

This segment features Symantec's partnership with the Silicon Valley Education Foundation

Thursday, Oct 10, 2013

Plate By Plate

Plate By Plate

Plate by Plate - an annual fundraising food and wine gala, brought to you by Project by Project

Thursday, Oct 10, 2013

AACI's 40th Anniversary Gala

AACI's 40th Anniversary Gala

Join NBC Bay Area & AACI as we recognize Bay Area community leaders at the 40th Anniversary Gala

Thursday, Oct 10, 2013

Taste of Microfinance

Taste of Microfinance

Celebrating entrepreneurship and microfinance in the local food scene!

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Suspect in Amber Alert Killed in Shootout: Sheriff

Suspect in Amber Alert Killed in Shootout: Sheriff

The 19-year-old man suspected of abducting a teenage girl Wednesday in Northern California has died following a shootout, authorities said Thursday afternoon, but the girl remains missing.

A 2-Alarm Fire Injures Firefighter in Alameda

A 2-Alarm Fire Injures Firefighter in Alameda

Around 12:25am Alameda Fire crews responded to a single family home in the 1500 hundred block of Fountain Street in Alameda.Laura Malpert reports.

Novato Shooting: Raids Executed at Homes; Two Suspects Detained

Novato Shooting: Raids Executed at Homes; Two Suspects Detained

Marin County sheriff's deputies, Novato police and search-and-rescue teams executed a raid Thursday afternoon in connection with a shooting that killed one student and injured another.

Court Documents Provide Further Details on Petrov Beating

Court Documents Provide Further Details on Petrov Beating

Stanislav Petrov repeatedly apologized and pleaded for help as two sheriff’s deputies delivered at least 30 baton blows on him that a use of force expert deemed “grossly excessive,” according affidavit...

'Death Fell From the Sky': Obama at Hiroshima

'Death Fell From the Sky': Obama at Hiroshima

Barack Obama became the first sitting U.S. president to visit the site of the Hiroshima atomic bombing on Friday, using the moment to call for a world without nuclear weapons, NBC News reported. Some 140,000...

Sharks Fans Line Up, Open Their Wallets for Stanley Cup Buzz

Sharks Fans Line Up, Open Their Wallets for Stanley Cup Buzz

Phones at SAP Center were ringing all day Thursday and hockey fans are opening their wallets to be a part of the San Jose Sharks first Stanley Cup Final appearance in their 25-year history.