Santa Clara University Students With Meningitis Released From HospitalAll three of the Santa Clara University students who had been hospitalized after they were infected with meningitis have been released in good condition.
Man Dies After Wave Knocks Him Into The Waters Off PacificaThe U.S. Coast Guard staged a water rescue near the Pacifica Pier after an elderly couple fell off the pier into the ocean Tuesday afternoon.
Obama Proposes More Cybersecurity Funding As FBI Faces Unbreakable Encryption TechnologyPresident Barack Obama announced the formation of the Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity and unveiled his final federal budget which includes $19 billion for cybersecurity funding.
Civil Rights Group Opposes Law Identifying Sex Offenders On PassportsA California civil rights group filed a lawsuit in San Francisco on Tuesday challenging a bill signed into law by President Barack Obama earlier this week that will require sex offenders to be identified on their passports.
Magnitude 6.3 Earthquake Hits ChileA powerful earthquake has hit Chile Tuesday evening, but no injuries or damage was immediately reported.
BART Admits Most Train Surveillance Cameras Are Decoys, Or Just Plain BrokenBART has come under fire after officials admitted most of the cameras aboard the trains are decoys, or just plain don't work.
No Charges Against Man Who Shot, Killed Armed Carjacker In AntiochThe Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office chose not to file charges Tuesday against an Antioch resident who allegedly shot and killed a man who tried to steal his car at gunpoint last week.
Mavericks Big Wave Surf Competition A Go For FridayOrganizers confirmed Tuesday the famed Mavericks surf competition will get underway this Friday.
Driver That Struck Woman In Wheelchair Was On SF Health Dept. Official BusinessA city vehicle that struck a woman in a wheelchair on San Francisco’s Market Street on Friday morning, causing fatal injuries, was connected to a South of Market health clinic, city officials confirmed Tuesday.
Record Number Of Shark Attacks In 2015; More Bites Off California Coast ExpectedIn 2015, there were 98 attacks in all, the most in a single year, and six of them were fatal.
San Jose Gymnast Adds Whip, Nae Nae, Dab To Floor Routine At UCLA CompetitionA San Jose-born gymnast redefined what a gymnastics floor routine can look like at a competition at UCLA over the weekend.
Supreme Court Puts Obama’s Plan To Address Climate Change On HoldA divided Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to halt enforcement of President Barack Obama's sweeping plan to address climate change.