April 16-27, 2014

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Parched Calif. Sets Mandatory Water Restrictions

Parched Calif. Sets Mandatory Water Restrictions

For the first time in state history, cities and towns across California must implement mandatory restrictions to reduce water use during the fourth consecutive year of drought under an executive order announced...

Video: Taxi Driver Assaulted With Padlock Outside SF BART

Video: Taxi Driver Assaulted With Padlock Outside SF BART

Police are looking for a male suspect who assaulted a taxi driver with a padlock early Tuesday morning outside San Francisco's Civic Center BART station, a police spokeswoman said Wednesday.

2 Flights Return to SFO After Reports of Smoke, Sick Attendant

2 Flights Return to SFO After Reports of Smoke, Sick Attendant

Two flights returned back to San Francisco International Airport shortly after taking off Wednesday, an airport duty manager said

5th San Jose Airport Security Breach in Year

5th San Jose Airport Security Breach in Year

San Jose police on Wednesday identified the woman they arrested in connection with scaling a fence at Mineta San Jose International Airport , a young woman who turned 20 last week and who her uncle said had just...

Sen. Menendez "Outraged" by Indictment on Corruption Charges

Sen. Menendez "Outraged" by Indictment on Corruption Charges

U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez of New Jersey has been indicted on federal corruption charges in connection with an ongoing investigation into his business dealings with a Florida doctor, authorities said Wednesday....

Student Suicides Prompt Palo Alto Schools to Hire More Counselors

Student Suicides Prompt Palo Alto Schools to Hire More Counselors

The Palo Alto Unified School District Board of Education will allocate funds to hire more therapists, a decision prompted after seven students have taken their own lives this year.