Sep 2, 2014

Obama Losing Support from California Democrats: Poll

Obama Losing Support from California Democrats: Poll

A new Field Poll says that less than half of registered Democrats in California approve of the job Barack Obama is doing as president.

Sep 2, 2014

Arrests in "Knock Knock" Burglaries

Arrests in "Knock Knock" Burglaries

An alert neighbor helped police make three arrests Tuesday in a Los Angeles neighborhood that has been plagued by a wave of so-called "Knock Knock" burglaries. He called police, and minutes later, saw the...

Sep 2, 2014

Posey, Susac Power Giants Past Rockies

Posey, Susac Power Giants Past Rockies

Trailing by six after the fifth, Buster Posey and Andrew Susac powered the Giants to score eleven unanswered runs and beat the Rockies 12-7.

Sep 2, 2014

Hayward Police Seek Help in Locating Missing 12-Year-Old Boy

Hayward Police Seek Help in Locating Missing 12-Year-Old Boy

Hayward police are seeking the public's help in locating a 12-year-old boy missing since Tuesday afternoon.

Sep 2, 2014

BART Cracks Down on Homeless in SF Stations

BART Cracks Down on Homeless in SF Stations

BART police have begun rousting resting people in the walkways of Powell and Civic Center stations in San Francisco, saying that they are obstructing the exits.

Sep 2, 2014

792-Pound Alligator Breaks State Hunting Record in Mississippi

792-Pound Alligator Breaks State Hunting Record in Mississippi

Four days into Mississippi's alligator-hunting season, the state's record for heaviest reptile caught has been broken twice — most recently with a 792-pounder, NBC News reported.

Sep 2, 2014

3.7-Magnitude Earthquake Rattles SoCal City

3.7-Magnitude Earthquake Rattles SoCal City

A magnitude-3.7 earthquake rattled the San Jacinto area on Tuesday night, the U.S. Geological Survey said. The temblor struck the Riverside County city about 7:38 p.m. at a depth of a little more than 8...

Sep 2, 2014

Reality Check: Obama Links Minimum Wage Increases to Job Growth

Reality Check: Obama Links Minimum Wage Increases to Job Growth

Monday, at a Labor Day rally, President Barack Obama gave a fiery speech in which he claimed that it not only helps the economy at large, but in states that have raised wages, there has been more job growth than...

Sep 2, 2014

Reality Check: Obama Links Minimum Wage Increases to Job Growth

Reality Check: Obama Links Minimum Wage Increases to Job Growth

In this edition of Reality Check, Sam Brock fact-checks the president's claim that raising the minimum wage has boosted job growth.

Sep 2, 2014

New Helmets Could be in Future for Military

New Helmets Could be in Future for Military

Research is underway on designing new helmets to protect U.S. military members from injury and allow them to do their job effectively while on missions.

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PG&E Fined $1.4B for Deadly 2010 Gas Line Blast

PG&E Fined $1.4B for Deadly 2010 Gas Line Blast

PG&E was hit with $1.4 billion in penalties by the California Public Utilities Commission Tuesday for safety violations related to the 2010 gas pipeline explosion in San Bruno.

Gov. Brown Requests Federal Aid Following Napa Quake

Gov. Brown Requests Federal Aid Following Napa Quake

Gov. Jerry Brown announced Tuesday that he will ask President Barack Obama to declare the Napa earthquake a federal disaster.

Hayward Police Seek Help in Locating Missing 12-Year-Old Boy

Hayward Police Seek Help in Locating Missing 12-Year-Old Boy

Hayward police are seeking the public's help in locating a 12-year-old boy missing since Tuesday afternoon.

Music May Help Close Achievement Gap: Study

Music May Help Close Achievement Gap: Study

A new study suggests music could help underserved children excel in school.

Harbaugh: "No Tolerance" for Domestic Violence

Harbaugh: "No Tolerance" for Domestic Violence

San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh reiterated Tuesday that the team will not tolerate domestic violence.

Artist Helps Neighbors Recover Treasures Lost in Napa Quake

Artist Helps Neighbors Recover Treasures Lost in Napa Quake

Sherry Tobin says art has always been a form of therapy for her. Perhaps, she thought, it could do the same for her Vallejo neighbors still recovering from the South Napa earthquake.