Bay Area Companies Making a Difference

Oct 10, 2013

12 Degrees, LifeScan and American Diabetes Association

12 Degrees, LifeScan and American Diabetes Association

In this segment we feature LifeScan and their partnership with American Diabetes Association

Oct 10, 2013

12 Degrees, Symantec and Silicon Valley Education Foundation

12 Degrees, Symantec and Silicon Valley Education Foundation

This segment features Symantec's partnership with the Silicon Valley Education Foundation

Oct 10, 2013

Taste of Microfinance

Taste of Microfinance

Celebrating entrepreneurship and microfinance in the local food scene!

Oct 10, 2013

AACI's 40th Anniversary Gala

AACI's 40th Anniversary Gala

Join NBC Bay Area & AACI as we recognize Bay Area community leaders at the 40th Anniversary Gala

Oct 10, 2013

Plate By Plate

Plate By Plate

Plate by Plate - an annual fundraising food and wine gala, brought to you by Project by Project

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12 Degrees of Inspiration highlights the local philanthropic efforts of both Bay Area corporate and non-profit organizations. NBC Bay Area has partnered with leading companies and the Non-profit organizations they support to tell the story of inspiration.
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Dad Whose Baby Died in SUV "Made a Terrible Mistake": DA

Dad Whose Baby Died in SUV "Made a Terrible Mistake": DA

Three months after a 9-month-old boy died in his father's SUV because he overheated, the Santa Clara County District Attorney ruled on Monday that the baby's dad, will not be charged with his death.

E-Mails Show Cozy Ties Between PG&E, CPUC

E-Mails Show Cozy Ties Between PG&E, CPUC

Newly released emails show top California regulators communicated often and enthusiastically with executives at PG&E, as they simultaneously presided over a case to decide how much the utility should pay for...

Truck Dumps 60K Lbs. Bananas in Livermore

Truck Dumps 60K Lbs. Bananas in Livermore

A truck carrying 60,000 pounds of bananas from Mexico tipped over in Livermore on Monday morning, closing a portion of the highway near the Altamont Pass.

Bryman College Files for Bankruptcy, Closes Campuses

Bryman College Files for Bankruptcy, Closes Campuses

Bryman College students were demanding answers Monday after learning their school closed all of its campuses since filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy days earlier.

Judge Tentatively Rules Against Sterling, OKs Sale of Clippers

Judge Tentatively Rules Against Sterling, OKs Sale of Clippers

A judge tentatively ruled against Donald Sterling and in favor of his estranged wife Shelly on Monday, in the trial over whether she had the authority to negotiate a $2 billion deal to sell the Los...

State Sen. Calls For Criminal Probe of Bay Bridge

State Sen. Calls For Criminal Probe of Bay Bridge

A California lawmaker is calling for a criminal investigation into construction problems on the new eastern span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.