Apr 15, 2014

Widow Says Husband Died from Legionnaires' Disease Contracted at Hotel

Widow Says Husband Died from Legionnaires' Disease Contracted at Hotel

What was supposed to be a vacation to consider Palm Springs as a retirement location turned into a nightmare for one San Jose couple. Stephanie Chuang reports.

Apr 15, 2014

San Jose Man Dies from Legionnaires' Disease

San Jose Man Dies from Legionnaires' Disease

What was supposed to be a vacation to consider Palm Springs as a retirement location turned into a nightmare for one San Jose couple.

Apr 15, 2014

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Apr 15, 2014

SF Municipal Transportation Agency Eliminates Sunday Meter Enforcement

SF Municipal Transportation Agency Eliminates Sunday Meter Enforcement

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency's board of directors voted Tuesday to abolish Sunday parking meter enforcement when it approved its new two-year operating budget. Jean Elle reports.

Apr 15, 2014

California Drought Driving Up Food Prices

California Drought Driving Up Food Prices

California's severe drought is causing a drastic increase in food prices. Kimberly Tere reports.

Apr 15, 2014

California Drought Drives Up Food Prices

California Drought Drives Up Food Prices

California's severe drought is causing a drastic increase in food prices.

Apr 15, 2014

Man Found Burned, Bound Along Los Angeles Freeway

Man Found Burned, Bound Along Los Angeles Freeway

A man is reportedly on life support after being found badly burned and partially bound along the 605 Freeway in Los Angeles on Tuesday. The man crawled out of a nearby riverbed wash and up onto the...

Apr 15, 2014

Bloomberg to Spend $50M to Fight Gun Violence

Bloomberg to Spend $50M to Fight Gun Violence

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced plans to build a nationwide network aimed at curbing gun violence and battling the National Rifle Association, according to published

Apr 15, 2014

US Patent Office Coming to SJ City Hall

US Patent Office Coming to SJ City Hall

The San Jose City Council on Tuesday approved a deal for the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to lease space at City Hall, five months after the federal agency chose San Jose as the site of a permanent satellite...

Apr 15, 2014

Residents of Street Where Tsarnaev Was Captured Move on

Residents of Street Where Tsarnaev Was Captured Move on

The people who live along Franklin Street in Watertown, Mass., will never forget that their street was where Boston Marathon Bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was cornered.

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California Drought Drives Up Food Prices

California Drought Drives Up Food Prices

California's severe drought is causing a drastic increase in food prices.

SFMTA Board Votes to Eliminate Sunday Meter Enforcement

SFMTA Board Votes to Eliminate Sunday Meter Enforcement

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency's board of directors voted Tuesday to abolish Sunday parking meter enforcement when it approved its new two-year operating budget.

Cinco de Mayo Protests Planned Outside Morgan Hill School

Cinco de Mayo Protests Planned Outside Morgan Hill School

Live Oak High School is in the news again. The Morgan Hill Unified School District is concerned because there could be as many as three different protest groups voicing their opinions in front of Live Oak...

San Jose Man Dies from Legionnaires' Disease

San Jose Man Dies from Legionnaires' Disease

What was supposed to be a vacation to consider Palm Springs as a retirement location turned into a nightmare for one San Jose couple.

Penthouse Fire Spreads to Roof of SF Apartment

Penthouse Fire Spreads to Roof of SF Apartment

San Francisco firefighters battled a rooftop blaze at a six-story apartment building in the City’s Castro neighborhood Tuesday afternoon that fire officials said began in the penthouse unit.

Students, Lawmakers Take Stand Against Sexual Violence

Students, Lawmakers Take Stand Against Sexual Violence

Thirty-one sexual assault victims have filed a federal lawsuit against the University of California, Berkeley.