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Boy Scouts Ends Ban on Gay Scout Leaders

Boy Scouts Ends Ban on Gay Scout Leaders

The Boy Scouts of America on Monday ended its blanket ban on gay adult leaders while allowing church-sponsored Scout units to maintain the exclusion for religious reasons. Cheryl Hurd reports.

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Meeting to Address Safety Concerns Along Caltrain Tracks

Meeting to Address Safety Concerns Along Caltrain Tracks

A community meeting was held Monday to discuss a pilot program involving cameras and fencing along a stretch of Caltrain tracks in Palo Alto as part of an effort to prevent future deaths. Jean Elle reports.

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Kate Winslet Recreates Famous 'Titanic' Moment

Kate Winslet Recreates Famous 'Titanic' Moment

Kate Winslet recreated one of her most famous "Titanic" scenes while scaling a cliff on NBC's "Running Wild With Bear Grylls."

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Hot Temps, High Fire Danger

Hot Temps, High Fire Danger

Temps are set to soar into the 80s-100s over the next two days with 70s and 80s from the coast to San Francisco and mid 80s and 90s from Oakland to San Jose. Areas south of San Jose and into the North Bay...

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Body Found Believed to Be of Missing Girl

Body Found Believed to Be of Missing Girl

Santa Cruz police late Monday said they found a young girl's body believed to be that of Madyson Middleton, an 8-year-old girl who went missing late Sunday.

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Simple Hack Could 'Critically Expose' Most Android Phones

Simple Hack Could 'Critically Expose' Most Android Phones

A flaw called "Stagefright" in Google's Android operating system could let hackers take over a phone with a message -- even if the user doesn't open it, NBC News reported. The flaw could "critically expose" 95...

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Gunman Not Involuntarily Committed to Mental Hospital

Gunman Not Involuntarily Committed to Mental Hospital

The gunman who opened fire at a movie theater last week was not involuntarily committed to a hospital — a red flag that would have triggered local officials to report his mental health history to federal...

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Ohio Woman's Death in Police Custody Being Investigated

Ohio Woman's Death in Police Custody Being Investigated

The death of a woman who was in police custody after a domestic dispute in Ohio is now being investigated, officials said Monday. Ralkina Jones, 37, was arrested July 24 after fighting with her ex-husband in a...

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Couple Steals Nearly $5,000 Worth of Nail Polish

Couple Steals Nearly $5,000 Worth of Nail Polish

A pair of thieves walked away with nearly $5,000 worth of popular nail polish and beauty supplies from a Florida beauty shop on Saturday, the police said. "They knew they were being watched, but they...

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Kitschy Slides: Charles Phoenix's Sacramentoland

Kitschy Slides: Charles Phoenix's Sacramentoland

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Body Found Believed to Be of Missing Girl

Body Found Believed to Be of Missing Girl

Santa Cruz police late Monday said they found a young girl's body believed to be that of Madyson Middleton, an 8-year-old girl who went missing late Sunday.

UCSF Supports Warriors' Arena, But There's A Catch

UCSF Supports Warriors' Arena, But There's A Catch

University of California at San Francisco is in support of the construction of an 18,000-seat multi-use arena for the Golden State Warriors, as long as there is secure access to its newly built medical...

Missing Teacher's Family Determined to "Find Ed Today"

Missing Teacher's Family Determined to "Find Ed Today"

As the search for a missing San Francisco teacher heads into its third day, his family remains unflaggingly hopeful.

More Than Half of Bay Area Carpool Lanes Run Slow: Study

More Than Half of Bay Area Carpool Lanes Run Slow: Study

Not so fast. That's what a federal study found about more than half of the Bay Area's carpool lanes.

Boy Scouts Ends Ban on Gay Scout Leaders

Boy Scouts Ends Ban on Gay Scout Leaders

The Boy Scouts of America have ended a blanket ban on gay adult leaders while allowing church-sponsored Scout units to maintain the exclusion because of their faith.

Balcony Collapse Survivors Treated in San Jose

Balcony Collapse Survivors Treated in San Jose

Some of the injured survivors of last month's balcony collapse in Berkeley are getting treatment in the South Bay.