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Earthquake

Earthquake Nearly As Powerful As Nepal’s Strikes Papua New Guinea; No Tsunami Risk To U.S.

The U.S. Geological Survey is reporting an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.4 has struck Papua New Guinea.

16 hours ago

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Magnitude 2.8 Earthquake Hits On Concord Fault

The U.S. Geological Survey is reporting an earthquake with a magnitude of 2.8 has struck in Concord.

16 hours ago

Livermore Crash Scene

Livermore Boy Recovering At Home After Car Plows Into Backyard, Kills 2 Relatives

A Livermore boy is back home Monday after police said a drunk driver plowed into their backyard on Saturday. The crash killed his aunt and baby cousin.

18 hours ago

San Francisco International Airport (SFO) (Brandon Mercer)

Passengers Get Scare After Pilots Pull Up, Abort Landing At SFO

Passengers on a flight coming into San Francisco got a scare when pilots suddenly pulled up to perform a go-around maneuver.

18 hours ago

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U.S. Military’s New Smart Bullets Hit Moving Targets With Deadly Accuracy

The United States military has perfected a smart bullet that behaves like a precision-guided missile.

18 hours ago

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Highway 4 To Close In Both Directions In Antioch For Widening Project

Starting Monday night, Highway 4 will be closed in both directions in Antioch for work on a project to widen the freeway.

19 hours ago

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Brentwood School Locked Down After Reports Of Threatening Phone Call

An elementary school in the East Bay city of Brentwood was locked down Monday afternoon after school officials reportedly received a threatening phone call.

19 hours ago

A bike rider at the San Carlos Caltrain station on July 15, 2014. (Curtiss Kim/CBS)

Bike-Bump Form Helps Cyclists Plan Caltrain Trips; Feeds Transit Agency Useful Data

Bicyclists looking for room on Caltrain will have a new online tool to help them anticipate when and where to board the train.

20 hours ago

US jazz great musician Lionel Hampton plays his vibraphone during ceremonies in which he donated the instrument for display 30 January, 2001 at the Smithsonian Institution's American History Museum in Washington, DC.  (MARIO TAMA/AFP/Getty Images)

East Bay Jazz Enthusiast Unearths Long-Lost Symphony Of Music Legend Lionel Hampton

Lionel Hampton was a jazz bandleader and “king of the vibraphone” for half a century. But when a five-alarm fire ripped through his Manhattan apartment in 1997, the 83-year-old lost everything, including his prized symphony.

20 hours ago