Aug 29, 2014

Iceland's Volcano Eruption Over, Air Travel OK'd

Iceland's Volcano Eruption Over, Air Travel OK'd

Iceland has lifted all airspace restrictions as a small volcanic eruption in the Bardarbunga volcano system had stopped, Reuters reported.

Aug 29, 2014

Video at Napa Train Yard Shows Violent Shaking from Quake

Video at Napa Train Yard Shows Violent Shaking from Quake

New video taken from cameras at the yard that houses the Napa Valley Wine Train shows how strong the quake was felt in the area.

Aug 29, 2014

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.

Aug 29, 2014

NorCal's Best Pot Smuggled Out of State: Report

NorCal's Best Pot Smuggled Out of State: Report

California's best outdoor marijuana is being smuggled out-of-state to Colorado and Washington, VICE reports.

Aug 29, 2014

Thieves Hit Popular Downtown SF Parking Garage

Thieves Hit Popular Downtown SF Parking Garage

A well-known San Francisco parking garage has been beset of break-ins, with nearly a third of auto break-ins in the northeast part of town at the Sutter-Stockon garage.

Aug 29, 2014

E-Cigs Excluded from Burlingame Smoking Ban

E-Cigs Excluded from Burlingame Smoking Ban

An expansion of Burlingame's smoking ban to certain parks, trails and parking places does not include e-cigarettes.

Aug 29, 2014

SF Street Artists Sue Roberto Cavalli

SF Street Artists Sue Roberto Cavalli

Roberto Cavalli has been sued by three Mission District muralists, who allege that the Italian fashion designer stole their art for his clothing.

Aug 29, 2014

Boston Marathon Bombing Suspect Seeks to Delay Trial

Boston Marathon Bombing Suspect Seeks to Delay Trial

Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev asked a judge Friday to delay his trial, saying that defendants on trial for their lives usually get twice as much time as Tsarnaev has been given to...

Aug 29, 2014

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

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

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

Aug 29, 2014

49ers' Aldon Smith Suspended for 9 Games

49ers' Aldon Smith Suspended for 9 Games

The NFL has suspended San Francisco 49ers outside linebacker Aldon Smith for the first nine games of the 2014 season for violating the league's policies on substance abuse and personal

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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.