Mar 3, 2015

Netanyahu: Nuke Deal "Paves Iran's Path to the Bomb"

Netanyahu: Nuke Deal "Paves Iran's Path to the Bomb"

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Congress on Tuesday that a potential nuclear deal being negotiated by major powers including the United States "paves Iran's path to the bomb." Mark Matthews...

Mar 3, 2015

State Admits That Thousands of Oil Wells Are Dumping into Protected Aquifers

State Admits That Thousands of Oil Wells Are Dumping into Protected Aquifers

In a stunning admission, the California Environmental Protection Agency wrote on Monday that state officials have allowed thousands of oil and fracking wells to dump waste water into protected underground...

Mar 3, 2015

72 Passengers Reach Settlements With Asiana Airlines, Boeing

72 Passengers Reach Settlements With Asiana Airlines, Boeing

More than 70 passengers aboard an Asiana Airlines flight that crashed in San Francisco two years ago have reached a settlement in their lawsuits against the airline, attorneys for the passengers and airline said...

Mar 3, 2015

SJPD Losing Female Officers at Rapid Rate

SJPD Losing Female Officers at Rapid Rate

San Jose's police force is losing female police officers at a rapid rate -- dealing a blow to the department's reputation for diversity and adding another obstacle in its crucial recruiting efforts. Robert Handa

Mar 3, 2015

911 Butt-Dial Leads to 3 Drug Arrests in SoCal

911 Butt-Dial Leads to 3 Drug Arrests in SoCal

Scores of pot plants were seized and three people were arrested after one of them accidentally "butt-dialed" 911 and a dispatcher overheard their incriminating conversation about drugs, sheriff’s officials say.

Mar 3, 2015

NJ High School Gets New Football Coach After Hazing Scandal

NJ High School Gets New Football Coach After Hazing Scandal

The Sayreville board of education has moved to put its troubled 2014 high school football season behind it Tuesday night by naming a new head football coach to replace George Najjar, who last week was demoted to...

Mar 3, 2015

California Shuts Down Oil Wells to Protect Ground Water

California Shuts Down Oil Wells to Protect Ground Water

A dozen wells used to pump oil-and-gas in California's Central Valley have been ordered to stop production to protect underground drinking-water from contamination, officials said Tuesday.

Mar 3, 2015

Jeff's Forecast: Drier Wind, 70s Surge & Rain Outlook

Jeff's Forecast: Drier Wind, 70s Surge & Rain Outlook

Temperatures are on the rise this week. Chief Meteorologist Jeff Ranieri tracks how the winds will help push conditions above average into the weekend. Plus, when we might get our next rain.

Mar 3, 2015

Japanese Island "Crawling With Kitties"

Japanese Island "Crawling With Kitties"

A remote Japanese island is "crawling with kitties," outnumbering the people six-to-one.

Mar 3, 2015

Alabama Supreme Court Halts Same-Sex Marriage

Alabama Supreme Court Halts Same-Sex Marriage

The Alabama Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered the state's probate judges to stop issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, NBC News reported.

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Prosthetic Leg Stolen From Paralympic Hopeful

Prosthetic Leg Stolen From Paralympic Hopeful

A United State Paralympic hopeful is asking the public for help in finding his running blade -- a prosthetic leg he said was stolen from his car in San Francisco.

72 Passengers Reach Settlements In Asiana Crash

72 Passengers Reach Settlements In Asiana Crash

More than 70 passengers aboard an Asiana Airlines flight that crashed in San Francisco two years ago have reached a settlement in their lawsuits against the airline, attorneys for the passengers and airline said...

Apple, Android Browsers Vulnerable to "FREAK Attack"

Apple, Android Browsers Vulnerable to "FREAK Attack"

Millions of people may have been left vulnerable to hackers while surfing the web on Apple and Google devices, thanks to a newly discovered security flaw known as ``FREAK attack.''

SJPD Losing Significant Amount of Female Officers

SJPD Losing Significant Amount of Female Officers

San Jose's police force is losing a significant number of its female officers -- a blow to the department's reputation for diversity and adding another obstacle in its crucial recruiting efforts.

What You Need to Know About the Boston Bombing Trial

What You Need to Know About the Boston Bombing Trial

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev faces a jury on charges that he detonated bombs at the end of the Boston Marathon killing three and injuring others.

Lawmakers Want High Schools to Teach "Yes Means Yes" for Sex

Lawmakers Want High Schools to Teach "Yes Means Yes" for Sex

Two California lawmakers want to get a head start on preventing sexual assaults on college campuses by having high school students learn about what constitutes consensual sex.