Jun 30, 2011

Jay Leno: I'm Ready to Be a Star-Maker

Jay Leno: I'm Ready to Be a Star-Maker

Jay Leno said he's looking forward to being a star-maker for young comedians on his new prime-time show.

Jun 30, 2011

Jay Leno: "This is Really Not That Hard a Job"

Jay Leno: "This is Really Not That Hard a Job"

After a summer break from TV, Jay Leno talks about preparing for his big move to primetime.

Jun 30, 2011

Thinner, Healthier Jay Leno Gears Up For New Show

Thinner, Healthier Jay Leno Gears Up For New Show

Jay Leno might just look a little different to fans when he returns to television screens this fall.

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Suspicious Device Found at San Jose Recycling Facility

Suspicious Device Found at San Jose Recycling Facility

The San Jose Police Department's bomb squad has responded Monday afternoon to a suspicious device found at a recycling facility in the northern part of the city, a police spokesman said.

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One Hurt in Shooting East of Hwy 680 in San Jose

One Hurt in Shooting East of Hwy 680 in San Jose

San Jose police are investigating a shooting that left one person injured east of Interstate Highway 680 Monday afternoon.

Dad Whose Baby Died in SUV "Made a Terrible Mistake": DA

Dad Whose Baby Died in SUV "Made a Terrible Mistake": DA

Three months after a 9-month-old boy died in his father's SUV because he overheated, the Santa Clara County District Attorney ruled on Monday that the baby's dad, will not be charged with his death.

Sterling Loses in Court as Judge OKs Clippers Sale

Sterling Loses in Court as Judge OKs Clippers Sale

A judge tentatively ruled against Donald Sterling and in favor of his estranged wife Shelly on Monday, in the trial over whether she had the authority to negotiate a $2 billion deal to sell the Los...

E-Mails Show Cozy Ties Between PG&E, CPUC

E-Mails Show Cozy Ties Between PG&E, CPUC

Newly released emails show top California regulators communicated often and enthusiastically with executives at PG&E, as they simultaneously presided over a case to decide how much the utility should pay for...