34-million cars need to be fixed after airbag maker Takata recalled nearly one out of every seven cars on the road, causing a major backlog at dealerships in the Bay Area and around the country.
While covering a story on cell phone radiation, reporter Julie Watts asks a personal aside: “How dangerous is it that I keep two cellphones and a wireless baby monitor in our bedroom where my child sleeps? ” The response prompted her to declare her bedroom wireless-free.
A grocery chain is pulling ground beef packages from its shelves after a customer reported finding pieces of glass inside the meat.
Congratulations! You’ve just graduated from college, landed a job, and you’re ready to take on the world. You may want to take on a roommate, or two, if you are planning to rent an apartment.
Marijuana enthusiasts can now drink their bud with breakfast, thanks to a San Jose company.
The proposal, introduced by Supervisor Ken Yeager, calls to raise the legal age to buy tobacco and electronic smoking devices from 18 to 21 in unincorporated areas of the county.
The air bag defect that has killed six and injured 100 is now expanding to cover 34 million air bags across the entire United States. Car owners can look up their Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) online here.
Computerized “tongue” can taste differences in beer, with incredible accuracy, leading to better quality beer.
The SFMTA is drafting a proposal that would allow the agency to install the cameras near schools and other areas where pedestrian safety is an issue.
Berkeley is celebrating a big haul after just one month of the city’s new soda tax.