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Tuesday, Aug 2, 2016

NY-Based WeWork Opens Up Office Space in Silicon Valley

NY-Based WeWork Opens Up Office Space in Silicon Valley

A New York company is expanding into the Silicon Valley to fill a demand for more office space in the area.

Wednesday, Jul 6, 2016

Tesla Model X Involved in Crash Allegedly in Autonomous Mode

Tesla Model X Involved in Crash Allegedly in Autonomous Mode

Just when we were beginning to see lots of the new Tesla Model X's on the road, another crash — this one with the electric SUV reportedly in autonomous mode.

Friday, Jul 1, 2016

Silicon Valley Reacts to Autonomous Tesla Crash

Silicon Valley Reacts to Autonomous Tesla Crash

One day after the world learned about the deadly crash of a Tesla Model S while in autonomous mode, the technology is under the microscope.

Friday, Jun 24, 2016

Streaming Technology Shines During House Democrats' Sit-In

Streaming Technology Shines During House Democrats' Sit-In

Streaming media brought the Democratic House members' message to the masses, and the Dems have Bay Area technology to thank. Periscope and Facebook Live were put into play when the mics on the House floor — the...

Tuesday, Jun 21, 2016

Drone Delivery Still A Ways Off

Drone Delivery Still A Ways Off

New rules make flying drones easier, if you qualify.

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Cyber Security: Stanford Students Work on 'Hacking for Defense'

Cyber Security: Stanford Students Work on 'Hacking for Defense'

Cyber security and the military is a serious problem, and some of the brightest Bay Area minds are trying to solve it. Scott Budman reports.

Thursday, Apr 21, 2016

Facebook's Sandberg Wants to End Hunger in Bay Area

Facebook's Sandberg Wants to End Hunger in Bay Area

Sheryl Sandberg is back at Facebook, and back with a new fight.

Wednesday, Apr 20, 2016

Facebook's Sandberg Aims to End Childhood Hunger

Facebook's Sandberg Aims to End Childhood Hunger

One of the Bay Area's most famous people has a goal and Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg wants you to help.

Monday, Apr 18, 2016

Elizabeth Holmes talks to NBC

Elizabeth Holmes talks to NBC

Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes spoke to NBC News about her company, and recent charges that it cut corners.

Wednesday, Apr 13, 2016

New WiFi Coming to San Jose

New WiFi Coming to San Jose

Facebook, with its F8 Developer Conference, has been dominating the conversation in San Francisco for the last couple of days. On Wednesday, the social media giant looked a bit south to San Jose to make...

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Evacuations Lifted for Santa Cruz County Residents Amid Fire

Evacuations Lifted for Santa Cruz County Residents Amid Fire

Cooler temperatures this week and possible showers this weekend are expected to give hundreds of Cal Fire firefighters a much-needed boost in fighting the Loma Fire in the Santa Cruz Mountains, which by...

SJ Police Not Ruling Out Serial Killer in Homeless Killings

SJ Police Not Ruling Out Serial Killer in Homeless Killings

There may be a serial killer on the loose in the South Bay, and he’s targeting the homeless.

Treasurer Sanctions Wells Fargo, Suspends Business

Treasurer Sanctions Wells Fargo, Suspends Business

California’s State Treasurer on Wednesday sanctioned Wells Fargo and ordered the suspension of business relationships between his office and the bank for one year after a scandal that has rocked the nation over...

Loophole Allows Some Auto Repair Shop Owners Avoid Penalties

Loophole Allows Some Auto Repair Shop Owners Avoid Penalties

When drivers are cheated by unscrupulous auto repair shops, the state Bureau of Automotive Repair is responsible for protecting consumers and helping drivers recoup their money.

Majority of Voters Say Clinton Won the Debate: Poll

Majority of Voters Say Clinton Won the Debate: Poll

A majority (52 percent) of voters who followed the first presidential debate said Hillary Clinton won, according to an NBC News/Survey Monkey post-debate poll. Twenty-one percent of those polled thought...

Soda-Tax Battle Bubbles up in San Francisco

Soda-Tax Battle Bubbles up in San Francisco

The national fight over sugary soda is bubbling up in the San Francisco Bay Area, where voters in November will consider a tax on the drinks that many health experts say contribute to diabetes, obesity and tooth...