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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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Plane Crashes Into Calif. House, Leaving 3 Dead, 2 Hurt
Plane Crashes Into Calif. House, Leaving 3 Dead, 2 Hurt

At least three people were killed and two were injured when a small plane on a cross-California flight crashed in a Riverside neighborhood on Monday afternoon, igniting a devastating fire. The Cessna 310 crashed under "unknown circumstances" about a half-mile northeast of Riverside Municipal Airport, landing on at least two homes, officials said. The Riverside Fire Department responded to reports of the crash at Central Avenue and Streeter Avenue around 4:45 p.m. "Upon impact, the plane pretty much split apart," Riverside City Fire Chief Michael Moore said. "It was like a loud boom," witness Jose Bautista told NBC4 Southern California.

SFPD Investigates Bomb Threat at Anti-Defamation League
SFPD Investigates Bomb Threat at Anti-Defamation League

The Anti-Defamation League in San Francisco has been evacuated due to a bomb threat, police said late Monday.

One Stabbed in Mountain View, Suspect Detained: Police
One Stabbed in Mountain View, Suspect Detained: Police

One person was transported to a hospital and another was detained after a stabbing in Mountain View Monday night, police said.

Trump Looks to Refocus His Presidency in Address to Congress
Trump Looks to Refocus His Presidency in Address to Congress

With his first address to Congress, President Donald Trump has an opportunity to refocus his young administration on the economic issues that helped him get elected. His allies hope it will help him move beyond the distractions and self-inflicted wounds that he has dealt with so far. "All I can do is speak from the heart and say what I want to do," Trump said in an interview that aired early Tuesday on Fox. The White House said Trump has been gathering ideas for the prime-time speech from the series of listening sessions he's been holding with law enforcement officials, union representatives, coal miners and others. Aides said he was still tinkering with the speech Monday night. Trump's advisers say he will use his address Tuesday to declare early progress on his campaign promises, including withdrawing the U.S. from a sweeping Pacific Rim trade pact, and to map a path ahead on thorny legislative priorities, including health care and infrastructure spending.

Shots Fired Along I-580 During Alleged Road Rage Incident
Shots Fired Along I-580 During Alleged Road Rage Incident

Police in Pleasanton are investigating a reported road rage incident that ended in shots being fired Monday evening, marking yet another East Bay freeway shooting.

Historic Flooding in SJ Caused More Than $70M in Damage
Historic Flooding in SJ Caused More Than $70M in Damage

Nearly one week since historic flooding overwhelmed several San Jose neighborhoods and uprooted households, the South Bay city on Monday announced the flooding caused $50 million in private property damage and $23 million in public property damage.