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Kraft Recalls Some American Singles Cheese

Kraft Recalls Some American Singles Cheese

Kraft is voluntarily recalling 7,691 cases of four varieties of its regular American Singles cheese product. The recalled products have a "Best if Used By" date of Feb. 20, 2015, and

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Russia Faces New E.U. Sanctions Threat Over Ukraine

Russia Faces New E.U. Sanctions Threat Over Ukraine

The European Union is is set to decide new sanctions against Russia amid the ongoing crisis in Ukraine, a top European Union official said Saturday.

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Rising Meat Prices Could Burden Labor Day BBQs

Rising Meat Prices Could Burden Labor Day BBQs

The price increase of meat comes at an inconvenient time as many summer lovers are wrapping up the season with a Labor Day barbecue.

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Taliban Storms Afghan Intelligence HQ

Taliban Storms Afghan Intelligence HQ

The headquarters of the Afghan intelligence agency came under Taliban attack Saturday morning killing at least three civilians, NBC News reported.

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Michael Sam Awaits Fate With St. Louis Rams

Michael Sam Awaits Fate With St. Louis Rams

Saturday is final-cut day in the NFL, a routine step toward the regular season that carries special significance this year as the first openly gay player to make a team is awaiting a spot on the roster.

Aug 30, 2014

Errani's Serve Tops Venus Williams at U.S. Open

Errani's Serve Tops Venus Williams at U.S. Open

In a riveting third-round match of wild momentum swings, the 19th-seeded Williams, a two-time U.S. Open champion, came within two points of victory four times before succumbing to Errani 6-0, 0-6, 7-6

Aug 30, 2014

Hip-Hop Moves as Strong Force for Michael Brown

Hip-Hop Moves as Strong Force for Michael Brown

Rappers are making their voices heard in song and on the ground in Ferguson, Missouri, in the wake of Michael Brown's shooting death, channeling hip-hop's earlier roots when the genre worked as a voice for...

Aug 29, 2014

Soviet Union Spy Dies in North Carolina Prison

Soviet Union Spy Dies in North Carolina Prison

The former U.S. Navy chief warrant officer who pleaded guilty to running a damaging Soviet spy ring in the Cold War era, has died Thursday in a low-security federal prison in Butner, North Carolina,

Aug 29, 2014

Napa Businesses, Wineries Hope to Draw Labor Day Weekend Crowds

Napa Businesses, Wineries Hope to Draw Labor Day Weekend Crowds

Napa city leaders are hoping swarms of tourists will flock to wine country for the holiday Labor Day weekend.

Aug 29, 2014

Bay Area Police Agencies Suspended from Pentagon Program

Bay Area Police Agencies Suspended from Pentagon Program

The Napa County Sheriff's Office has been suspended from a federal military-surplus program after an M-16 military rifle was stolen out of an employee's vehicle. Derek Shore reports.

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Napa Wineries Hope to Draw Labor Day Weekend Crowds

Napa Wineries Hope to Draw Labor Day Weekend Crowds

Napa city leaders are hoping swarms of tourists will flock to wine country for the holiday Labor Day weekend – and spend money that was lost this week after Sunday’s earthquake.

SJ Track Coach Arrested on Suspicion of Sex with Minor

SJ Track Coach Arrested on Suspicion of Sex with Minor

San Jose police arrested a high school track coach Friday on suspicion of unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor.

Bay Area Police Agencies Suspended from Pentagon Program

Bay Area Police Agencies Suspended from Pentagon Program

The Napa County Sheriff's Office has been suspended from a federal military-surplus program after an M-16 military rifle was stolen out of an employee's vehicle in May, information released by the...

49ers' Aldon Smith Suspended for 9 Games

49ers' Aldon Smith Suspended for 9 Games

The NFL has suspended San Francisco 49ers OLB Aldon Smith nine games for violating the league's personal conduct policy.

$50M in Quake Damages to Napa's Wine Industry

$50M in Quake Damages to Napa's Wine Industry

More than 110 Napa wineries sustained damages from Sunday's earthquake -- more than $50 million in losses to the region's wine industry, according to the Napa Valley Vintners trade association.

San Jose Police Plan "Officer Retention" Program

San Jose Police Plan "Officer Retention" Program

The City of San Jose will soon be considering a controversial program aimed at boosting its understaffed police department. The goal: to entice officers to stay on the force, after retirement.