Mar 31, 2015

More "Unicorn" Startups Valued at $10B Coming: Venture Capitalist

More "Unicorn" Startups Valued at $10B Coming: Venture Capitalist

Jason Green of Emergence Capital says $10 billion startup valuations will become more common.

Mar 31, 2015

Travel Editor Discusses Publicly Shaming Carry-On Abusers

Travel Editor Discusses Publicly Shaming Carry-On Abusers

Spud Hilton, travel editor and columnist, promotes #CarryonShame, a hashtag on social media that publicly "shames" carry-on baggage passengers who abuse the system.

Mar 31, 2015

Woman Arrested After SJC Security Breach

Woman Arrested After SJC Security Breach

A woman was arrested Tuesday after she allegedly climbed a fence and got onto Mineta San Jose International Airport property, officials said.

Mar 31, 2015

Woman Ran Over Boyfriend Who Attempted to Sexually Assault Niece

Woman Ran Over Boyfriend Who Attempted to Sexually Assault Niece

A Maine woman ran over her boyfriend with her car after she allegedly walked in on him attempting to sexually assault his 12-year-old niece, according to police. The Sheriff's office said Linda Currier, 53, and...

Mar 31, 2015

San Francisco Group Videotapes Its Way to Super Bowl 50

San Francisco Group Videotapes Its Way to Super Bowl 50

The din of the Third Street corridor in San Francisco’s Bayview-Hunters Point roared like a generic soundtrack as David Alfaro and his team walked past a storefront mannequin, darting into the tiny Community...

Mar 31, 2015

SF Takes Stand Against "Religious Freedom" Law

SF Takes Stand Against "Religious Freedom" Law

The backlash continues to grow, and now Indiana's governor is taking a step back from his new "Religious Freedom" law. Meanwhile, San Francisco Supervisor Scott Wiener has put forward a resolution condemning the...

Mar 31, 2015

Ex-Dictator Elected Nigerian President in Historic Vote

Ex-Dictator Elected Nigerian President in Historic Vote

Former military dictator Muhammadu Buhari was elected president of Nigeria on Tuesday, becoming the first opposition candidate to win a presidential election in Africa's most populous nation, NBC News reported.

Mar 31, 2015

Landlord Says A's Pitcher's Dog Needs Resume for Apartment

Landlord Says A's Pitcher's Dog Needs Resume for Apartment

Oakland Athletics pitcher Sean Doolittle and girlfriend Eireann Dolan were asked to write a resume for their dog in order to rent a San Francisco apartment.

Mar 31, 2015

Examining Possible Khanna-Honda Rematch

Examining Possible Khanna-Honda Rematch

If you liked it the first time, brace yourself for the sequel. We're talking about last year's congressional race between Mike Honda and Ro Khanna. NBC Bay Area's Political Analyst Larry Gerston reports.

Mar 31, 2015

Donations for Nonprofit Stolen in San Jose

Donations for Nonprofit Stolen in San Jose

Donations meant for the non-profit organization Hope Services were reportedly stolen from a San Jose neighborhood. Michelle Roberts reports.

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Woman Arrested After SJC Security Breach

Woman Arrested After SJC Security Breach

A woman was arrested Tuesday after she allegedly climbed a fence and got onto Mineta San Jose International Airport property, officials said.

Millions of Americans Victims of Medical Identity Theft

Millions of Americans Victims of Medical Identity Theft

This new form of identity theft is more lucrative than credit card theft and poses a health risk too.

Player's Girlfriend to Donate A's Pride Night Tickets

Player's Girlfriend to Donate A's Pride Night Tickets

The girlfriend of an Oakland Athletics player is raising donations for tickets to the team's first Pride Night.

Drought Prompts Early Training for Firefighters

Drought Prompts Early Training for Firefighters

Cal Fire's academy for seasonal firefighters began outdoor training Tuesday two months ahead of schedule.

Purported Kidnappers Want Police Apology: Report

Purported Kidnappers Want Police Apology: Report

A San Francisco newspaper has received a series of emails from a person claiming responsibility for a California woman's abduction, including one demanding that police apologize to the woman for calling it...

San Bruno Backs Tougher PG&E Pipeline Penalty

San Bruno Backs Tougher PG&E Pipeline Penalty

Officials of a San Francisco suburb hit by a deadly 2010 gas-line blast said Tuesday they support a proposal to raise the financial penalty against the utility responsible to $1.6 billion.