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Apple Post Biggest Earnings Gain in Nearly 2 Years

Apple Post Biggest Earnings Gain in Nearly 2 Years

Apple's growth prospects are looking brighter as anticipation builds for the upcoming release of the next iPhone, a model that is expected to cater to consumers yearning for a bigger screen.

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Police Seek Women Allegedly “Screened” By TSA Impersonator

Police Seek Women Allegedly “Screened” By TSA Impersonator

More details were released Tuesday about a man arrested last week on suspicion of public intoxication after allegedly impersonating a security officer and privately "screening" two women at San...

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Sand Tunnel Collapses, Kills Man at Half Moon Bay

Sand Tunnel Collapses, Kills Man at Half Moon Bay

A man was killed at a Bay Area beach on Monday after a giant hole he was digging in the sand collapsed and buried him, according to fire officials. Mark Matthews reports.

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Duran Duran Sues Fan Club Over Revenues

Duran Duran Sues Fan Club Over Revenues

Duran Duran is suing their suburban Chicago-based fan club after it allegedly breached its contract by not giving the band its promised revenue.

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SF Soda Tax Added to November Ballot

SF Soda Tax Added to November Ballot

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors approved a November ballot measure to tax soda and sugary drinks Tuesday, but not with the unanimous vote they were looking for.

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Hiero Day Doubles Size in 2014

Hiero Day Doubles Size in 2014

Hieroglyphics' free, all-ages Hiero Day event attracted 15,000 peaceful partiers to Oakland last year. Now, they're doubling the space for 2014.

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Teen Arrested in Knifepoint Robbery of 11-Year-Old's Bicycle

Teen Arrested in Knifepoint Robbery of 11-Year-Old's Bicycle

A South Bay teenager accused of robbing an 11-year-old boy of his bicycle at knifepoint on a school playground in Santa Clara was booked into juvenile hall last week.

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San Jose Hires Community Service Officers

San Jose Hires Community Service Officers

NBC Bay Area's Marianne Favro breaks down the role the newly hired community service officers will have in San Jose.

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Supreme Court Allows Arizona Execution Amid First Amendment Fight

Supreme Court Allows Arizona Execution Amid First Amendment Fight

The U.S. Supreme Court has green-lighted an Arizona execution of death-row inmate Joseph Wood to go forward amid a dispute regarding the secrecy surrounding lethal injection drugs.

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Oakland Coliseum Briefly Loses Power Due to Lightning Strike

Oakland Coliseum Briefly Loses Power Due to Lightning Strike

The O.co Coliseum in Oakland briefly lost power when it was struck by lightning early Tuesday morning, Oakland A's and PG&E officials said. Michelle Roberts reports.

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Sand Tunnel Collapses, Kills Man at Half Moon Bay Beach

Sand Tunnel Collapses, Kills Man at Half Moon Bay Beach

Officials say a man was killed at a Bay Area beach on Monday after a giant hole he was digging in the sand collapsed and buried him.

Camp Program Honors Slain Paramedic, Helps Teens

Camp Program Honors Slain Paramedic, Helps Teens

Friends and family of a slain Dublin paramedic have launched a scholarship program aimed at giving inner city teens a unique summer experience.

73-Year-Old Woman Shot Inside SF Home

73-Year-Old Woman Shot Inside SF Home

Crews responded Tuesday to a shooting in San Francisco's Bayview District Tuesday afternoon. Police said a 73-year-old woman was shot inside a home.

Sleeping Man Dumped Into Recycling Truck

Sleeping Man Dumped Into Recycling Truck

A man who fell asleep in a dumpster woke up in the back of a garbage truck. San Francisco firefighters had to rescue the man who became stuck inside a Recology cardboard recycling truck early Tuesday morning.

O.co Coliseum Briefly Loses Power Due to Lightning Strike

O.co Coliseum Briefly Loses Power Due to Lightning Strike

The O.co Coliseum in Oakland briefly lost power when it was struck by lightning early Tuesday morning, an Oakland A's spokesman said.

SF Soda Tax Placed on November Ballot

SF Soda Tax Placed on November Ballot

Less than two years ago, Richmond voters slapped city lawmakers with a dose of reality, shooting down a proposed ‘soda tax’ measure that would have been the first of its kind in the country.