Car Struck By Caltrain Catches Fire In Palo AltoA train heading south struck a vehicle on train tracks in Palo Alto Monday evening, however, no one was injured during the incident.
3 Killed in Tour Helicopter Crash at Grand CanyonA tour helicopter carrying seven people on board crashed in the Grand Canyon, killing three people and injuring four others.
Wanted Felon Killed In Antioch Officer-Involved ShootingA wanted felon died overnight after being mortally wounded in an officer-involved shooting in Antioch.
Olympics Opening Ceremony Preaches A Games Of 'Peace'In an extraordinary show of unexpected unity, North and South Korea sat side by side Friday night under exploding fireworks that represented peace, not destruction.
Stinson Beach Study Says Sand Dunes May Stem Erosion Caused By Sea Level RiseSea levels may be rising but one Bay Area beach community is not going down without a fight. In Stinson Beach many believe sand dunes are the key to battling erosion.
NBC Blames 'Equipment Failure' For Brief Blackout During Super BowlNBC's broadcast of the Super Bowl -- the year's biggest television event -- suffered a brief hiccup early in the second quarter when the screen went to black.
Dr. Travis Stork Dishes On Healthy Super Bowl RecipesDr. Travis Stork from "The Doctors" discusses his career, healthy Super Bowl recipes and keys to losing weight.
Boomer Esiason & Phil Simms Preview New Season Of "Billions"Inside the NFL analysts Boomer Esiason and Phil Simms preview a brand new season of "Billions" on Showtime.
Vintage KPIX Documentary Details The Legend Of The Winchester Mystery HouseIn 1963, KPIX produced a documentary about the life and legend of Sarah Winchester, the widow who financed and built the mansion that came to be known as the Winchester Mystery House in San Jose between 1884 and 1922.
Stefani To Take Acting San Francisco Mayor's Spot On Board of SupervisorsActing San Francisco Mayor Mark Farrell announced Tuesday he has selected his former legislative aide and current County Clerk Catherine Stefani to take over his spot on the Board of Supervisors.
Senate Hopeful Expects Nightly Meal From Fiancée; Says Feminists Have 'Snake-Filled Heads'A Republican in Missouri who hopes to replace Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill in the U.S. Senate said he expects to come home to a home-cooked meal from his his fiancée at 6 p.m. every night, and plans for his future daughters to do the same.
UC Davis Vets Nurse Wildfire Burned Bears Back To HealthThe largest wildfire in California's history threatened not only humans, but also wildlife desperate to escape the flames. 

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