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Surfer Uninjured After Shark Bites Her Board off Calif.

Surfer Uninjured After Shark Bites Her Board off Calif.

A surfer escaped injury on Saturday after a great white shark bit her board off California's central coast. Elinor Dempsey, 54, of Los Osos, California, said she was surfing at Morro Strand State Beach,...

Aug 29, 2015

Body Found in Tilden Regional Park in Berkeley

Body Found in Tilden Regional Park in Berkeley

A body was found in Tilden Regional Park Friday afternoon, according to East Bay Regional Park District.

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Fan Dies After Fall From Upper Deck at Braves Game

 Fan Dies After Fall From Upper Deck at Braves Game

A fan died after falling from the upper deck into the lower-level stands at Turner Field on Saturday night during a game between the Atlanta Braves and the New York Yankees. Lt.

Aug 29, 2015

Bochy: "That Big Inning Killed Us" in Loss to Cardinals

Aug 29, 2015

All Lanes on Highway 101 Scheduled to Close on Sunday

All Lanes on Highway 101 Scheduled to Close on Sunday

Even though most lanes opened up Saturday afternoon on Highway 101, they will be closed again on Sunday night for repair.

Aug 29, 2015

Bail Bondsmen Arrested in Bay Area Sweep

Bail Bondsmen Arrested in Bay Area Sweep

Law enforcement is calling it a historic raid on the bail bonds industry in the Bay Area. 18 bail bondsmen have been arrested and more arrests are expected.

Aug 29, 2015

Hiker Found Alive Near Fresno After Missing for More Than a Week

Hiker Found Alive Near Fresno After Missing for More Than a Week

A 62-year-old woman who vanished while hiking near the Courtright Reservoir was found alive Saturday — more than a week after she was separated from the group she was traveling with, police said.

Aug 29, 2015

Mayfair Community Residents Rally For Better Education and Job Opportunities

Mayfair Community Residents Rally For Better Education and Job Opportunities

Mayfair community residents in East San Jose came together Saturday to speak out about improving job and education opportunities. Marianne Favro reports.

Aug 29, 2015

P.F. Chang's Employee Stabs Coworker to Death: DA

P.F. Chang's Employee Stabs Coworker to Death: DA

One P.F. Chang's kitchen worker was stabbed to death Saturday, allegedly by another, at the restaurant in Peabody, Massachusetts. Essex County District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett said 53-year-old Jaquan Huston...

Aug 29, 2015

San Quentin Inmates Have Access to Portable Showers

San Quentin Inmates Have Access to Portable Showers

Inmates at San Quentin now have access to portable showers, after an inmate tested positive Wednesday for Legionairres Disease.

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Police Evacuate Over 50 Residents After Bomb Threat

Police Evacuate Over 50 Residents After Bomb Threat

Concord Police evacuated dozens of people out of their homes Saturday evening after finding out their neighbor was trying to make a “flash bomb” inside his house.

All Lanes on Highway 101 Scheduled to Close on Sunday

All Lanes on Highway 101 Scheduled to Close on Sunday

Even though most lanes opened up Saturday afternoon on Highway 101, they will be closed again on Sunday night for repair.

Visiting Hours Halted at San Quentin Prison

Visiting Hours Halted at San Quentin Prison

Visiting time for family members of prisoners at San Quentin in Marin County has been halted Saturday and Sunday as health and prison officials investigate a case of Legionnaires disease, according to the...

Bail Bondsmen Arrested in Sweep

Bail Bondsmen Arrested in Sweep

Law enforcement is calling it a historic raid on the bail bonds industry in the Bay Area. So far, 18 bail bondsmen have been arrested and more arrests are expected. The NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit was first...

Hundreds Attend Vigil for Slain Texas Deputy

Hundreds Attend Vigil for Slain Texas Deputy

Hundreds gathered at a vigil Saturday to mourn the loss of the sheriff’s deputy ambushed at a Texas gas station while filling up his patrol car the previous evening, NBC News reported.

Highway 101 in Burlingame Reopened

Highway 101 in Burlingame Reopened

Traffic was snarled on the Peninsula for several hours Saturday after a tractor-trailer struck a power pole overnight, prompting U.S. Highway 101 to be closed in both directions in Burlingame.