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FCC OKs Net Neutrality Rules

FCC OKs Net Neutrality Rules

The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday passed "net neutrality" rules, which allow the agency to prohibit Internet service providers from granting faster access to companies that pay for the privilege. Scott Budman reports. Watch »

2 hours ago
Jeff's Forecast: Rain Chance, Colder & Sierra Snow

Jeff's Forecast: Rain Chance, Colder & Sierra Snow

Drastic changes in the forecast over the next 72 hours which include rain, colder temperatures, thunderstorms and... Watch »

31 minutes ago
Modesto Couple's Family Believed Captured by ISIS

Modesto Couple's Family Believed Captured by ISIS

A Northern California couple said their family members in Syria are believed to be among dozens ripped from their... Watch »

2 hours ago
Dogs Were

Dogs Were "Poisoned": Dog Owner Sues Purina

A Discovery Bay man sued Nestle Purina PetCare Company Feb. 5 in U.S. District Court in the Northern District of... Watch »

3 hours ago
Officer Hits Homeless Muni Rider With Baton

Officer Hits Homeless Muni Rider With Baton

A San Francisco police officer was caught on Muni video striking a homeless man with a baton and pepper spraying him... Watch »

3 hours ago
Up to 1,500 BART Riders Possibly Exposed to Measles: Officials

Up to 1,500 BART Riders Possibly Exposed to Measles: Officials

As many as 1,500 BART riders may have been exposed to measles when an infected San Mateo County resident rode BART... Watch »

3 hours ago
Hazmat Crews Respond to Explosion in Sunnyvale

Hazmat Crews Respond to Explosion in Sunnyvale

Hazmat crews are responding to an explosion in a building in Sunnyvale Thursday afternoon which resulted in two... Watch »

3 hours ago
Warriors' Stephen Curry Visits White House, Helps Fight Malaria

Warriors' Stephen Curry Visits White House, Helps Fight Malaria

The Warriors Stephen Curry was at the White House on Feb. 24, 2015 to talk hoops and malaria with President Obama. Watch »

Feb 26, 2015
SJSU Transfer Policy Could Change

SJSU Transfer Policy Could Change

Students aiming to transfer to San Jose State in 2016 would receive higher admission rankings if they finished prep... Watch »

Feb 26, 2015
USPS Changes Outdated 911 Policy

USPS Changes Outdated 911 Policy

The United States Postal Service changed its 911 policy at the Oakland mail processing facility after an NBC Bay... Watch »

Feb 25, 2015
South Bay Passenger Frustrated Over $452 Uber Fare

South Bay Passenger Frustrated Over $452 Uber Fare

A South Bay man is asking ride-sharing service Uber to reduce his fare after being charged $452 for a 30-minute... Watch »

Feb 25, 2015
San Francisco State University Responds to Being Named in Top Anti-Semitic Colleges

San Francisco State University Responds to Being Named in Top...

San Francisco State University officials and students are in disbelief after the campus was named one of the most... Watch »

Feb 25, 2015
Protest Over Conference on Campus Sex Assault

Protest Over Conference on Campus Sex Assault

The National Conference on Campus Sexual Assault did not meet expectations for UC Berkeley student and sexual... Watch »

Feb 25, 2015
Police Continue Illegal Gambling Busts in San Jose

Police Continue Illegal Gambling Busts in San Jose

Police on Wednesday raided a downtown San Jose business in connection with illegal gambling. Watch »

Feb 25, 2015

"The Dish," Legendary 1980s-era Skate Park in San Francisco to Get...

Thirty-five years after its construction, "The Dish" is about to once again get some skating love and... Watch »

Feb 25, 2015
New Santa Clara Soccer Fields May Run Baseball League Out of the Park

New Santa Clara Soccer Fields May Run Baseball League Out of the Park

It appears baseball may be run off the field by soccer in the South Bay. Michelle Roberts reports. Watch »

Feb 25, 2015
Marin County Polio Vaccinations Well Below National Average

Marin County Polio Vaccinations Well Below National Average

Polio vaccinations in Marin County are coming in well below the national average. At some schools the number of... Watch »

Feb 25, 2015
Jeff's Forecast: Shower Chance Into Weekend

Jeff's Forecast: Shower Chance Into Weekend

Mild 70s almost seems like the norm lately. As Chief Meteorologist Jeff Ranieri explains this trend will fade as we... Watch »

Feb 25, 2015
Silicon Valley Company Fights Back Against Hackers

Silicon Valley Company Fights Back Against Hackers

They are not just after your credit card info. Hackers want your healthcare data, and the results can be very... Watch »

Feb 25, 2015
Police Continue Illegal Gambling Busts in San Jose

Police Continue Illegal Gambling Busts in San Jose

Police on Wednesday confiscated more illegal gaming machines in San Jose, the second day in a row an illegal-gaming... Watch »

Feb 25, 2015
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