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More than three million people have fled Syria’s civil war, the United Nations’ refugee agency (UNHCR) said Friday as the three-year exodus showed no indications of slowing down, NBC News reported.

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Malaysia Airlines to Cut 6K Staff in $1.9B Overhaul

Malaysia Airlines to Cut 6K Staff in $1.9B Overhaul

Malaysia Airlines will cut 6,000 workers as part of an $1.9 billion overhaul announced Friday to revive its damaged brand after a pair of jet disasters, Reuters reported.

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No Jail Time for Man in Hoffman Death Probe

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Apple Announces Sept. 9 Event

Apple Announces Sept. 9 Event

Apple has made it official: The next gadget event will be September 9th. Ian Cull reports.

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Menlo Park Residents Asked to Cut Water Use by 30 Percent

Menlo Park Residents Asked to Cut Water Use by 30 Percent

Menlo Park is responding to the state's call to conserve more water during the severe drought by implementing an urgency ordinance. Derek Shore reports.

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Napa Residents, Businesses Continue to Rebuild

Napa Residents, Businesses Continue to Rebuild

NBC Bay Area's Jean Elle shows how Napa residents are coping with rebuilding efforts after Sunday's 6.0 quake.

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Apple Tells App Developers They Can't Harvest Information

Apple Tells App Developers They Can't Harvest Information

Apple has reportedly told developers that their apps could not be used to gather user information.

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Google X's Megan Smith May Be Next U.S. Chief Tech Officer

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Google X vice president Megan Smith is rumored to be the top candidate for the country's chief technology officer.

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Some Parents Want Newark Teacher Fired Over Threatening Tweets

Some Parents Want Newark Teacher Fired Over Threatening Tweets

A Bay Area teacher has been reprimanded after she reportedly tweeted that she wanted to stab some students and that her "trigger finger is itchy." Cheryl Hurd reports.

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Tweets Land Newark Teacher in Hot Water

Tweets Land Newark Teacher in Hot Water

A Bay Area teacher has been reprimanded after she reportedly tweeted that she wanted to stab some students and that her "trigger finger is itchy."

Menlo Park Residents Asked to Cut Water Use by 30 Percent

Menlo Park Residents Asked to Cut Water Use by 30 Percent

Menlo Park is responding to the state's call to conserve more water during the severe drought by implementing an urgency ordinance.

Woman's Body Found in San Jose Church Parking Lot

Woman's Body Found in San Jose Church Parking Lot

San Jose police found a woman's body inside a car sitting in a church parking lot Thursday morning, and have deemed the case "suspicious."

Burned Body Discovered Near Morgan Hill: Sheriff

Burned Body Discovered Near Morgan Hill: Sheriff

A burned body was discovered Thursday morning near Morgan Hill, according to the Santa Clara County Sheriff.

Tesla Plans to Install Giant Sign Alongside I-880

Tesla Plans to Install Giant Sign Alongside I-880

Electric car maker Tesla wants to put up a giant sign near its Fremont factory that, if approved, would instantly become one of the Bay Area's biggest.

93-Year-Old Volunteer's Amazing Record Of Service and Committment

93-Year-Old Volunteer's Amazing Record Of Service and Committment

The staff at Saint Anthony's Dining Room estimate that, over the years, Rene Rodigou has poured more than three million glasses of juice for San Francisco's neediest.