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(Koichi Kamoshida/Bloomberg via Getty Images) Chrysler, Honda, Toyota Recall 2.1 Million Vehicles For Defective Air Bags - More than 2 million Toyota, Chrysler and Honda vehicles are being recalled for faulty air bags that may inflate while the car is running.
Person of Interest Detained SF Police Detain Person Of Interest For Questioning In Case Of Human Body Found In Suitcase - San Francisco police detained a person of interest Friday night in a case involving a dismembered body found stuffed into a suitcase Wednesday in the South of Market neighborhood.
(Getty Images) Mountain Lion Sightings In 3 Santa Cruz Neighborhoods Have Residents On The Lookout - Santa Cruz police Friday received three separate reported sightings of a mountain lion walking by residences in central Santa Cruz, one of them on the grounds of an apartment complex only blocks from the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk.
Mineta San Jose Int'l Airport Man Arrested For Trespassing On Mineta San Jose Airport Property - A man was arrested and cited for trespassing at Mineta San Jose International Airport late Thursday after he was seen walking on airport property.
Vaccination New Measles Cases Confirmed In Marin And San Mateo Counties - Health officials Friday evening announced that they have confirmed a third case of measles in San Mateo County, bringing the total new cases announced in the Bay Area Friday to three.
GeriJoy Virtual Pet ConsumerWatch: Seniors Get Help From Virtual Animated Pets Backed By Human Caregivers - A Bay Area startup has developed an elder-care computer system that features an adorable animated avatar masking a real live human caretaker.
Michael Peevey (PG&E) PG&E Releases Thousands Of Emails With CPUC Amid State Investigation - The California Public Utilities Commission Friday released roughly 65,000 email messages exchanged between PG&E Co. and agency officials between 2010 and 2014 as ordered because of a “judge shopping” scandal with PG&E, CPUC officials said.
Quake Locator 2.7 Earthquake Shakes San Francisco, Daly City Along San Andreas Fault - A small earthquake shook off the coast of San Francisco and the Peninsula Friday afternoon.
(French Laundry @_TFL_  Twitter) French Laundry’s Stolen Wine Returns Home As ‘Evidence’ - One of the Bay Area’s most famous restaurants had its stolen wine recovered after the discovery of 76 bottles was found in a private cellar in North Carolina last week but none it will be able to go back on the wine list just yet.
Measles 84% Of Kindergartners Not Up-To-Date On Vaccines At A Marin School, Majority Of Students Unprotected At Many Private Schools - The Bay Area is home to pockets of unvaccinated school children numbering in the thousands, according to data from the California Department of Public Health, and Marin public schools showed some of the lowest vaccination rates in the state with many private religious and Waldorf schools reporting a majority of students not up to date on vaccines.
(Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images) Gates Foundation Donating $50 Million To Stanford For ‘New Generation Of Vaccines’ - The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation plans to give Stanford University $50 million over the next 10 years to help develop vaccines.
(Inset) Walter Ruck (Linn County Sheriff's Office/Thinkstock) Telemarketer’s Phone Call Saves Oregon Woman Being Beaten; Ex-Boyfriend Arrested - A telemarketer’s timely phone call may have saved the life of an Oregon woman being beaten and choked by her ex-boyfriend in her home, according to police.
(SFPD) San Francisco Police Release Photos For ‘Person Of Interest’ In Body Parts Case - The San Francisco medical examiner has determined that the human remains found inside a suitcase abandoned on a downtown street belong to an unidentified light-skinned man. Meanwhile, police released photos from a surveillance video from Wednesday of a person with the suitcase.
(Wise Sons Deli) Popular Jewish Deli In San Francisco Struggles After Mission Fire; Gets Help From Food Community - The four-alarm fire that devastated a three-story building in San Francisco's Mission District has had a big impact on dozens of small businesses. Among those hit hard, is one of city's best known delis.
Yosemite Falls flows in December. (CBS SF) Yosemite National Park Entrance, Overnight Camping Fees Going Up March 1st - Visitors to Yosemite National Park will pay more to enter and camp overnight, under fee hikes that start March 1.
Computer User FCC Redefines Broadband Internet To At Least 25 Mbps, Faster Than National Average - The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to change the definition of what constitutes high-speed internet, adopting a standard 2.5 times the current national average.
(Getty Images) 2nd Sacramento Area Patient Being Tested For Ebola - Kaiser Permanente confirms that a patient admitted to their facility in South Sacramento is being tested for the Ebola virus.
(Photo Credit: USGS) Strong Magnitude 6.0 Earthquake Hits Vanuatu Just Days After 6.8 Tremor - Just days after a larger earthquake, the island chain of Vanuatu has been hit by a 6.0 quake Friday morning California time.
In this handout from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), an Electron Micrograph of the Ebola Virus is seen. (CDC via Getty Images) UC Davis Medical Center Patient Tests Negative For Ebola Virus - A patient at the UC Davis Medical Center suspected of having the Ebola virus has tested negative, officials said.
Skin of a patient after 3 days of measles infection. (CDC) PHOTOS: Children Infected With Measles - WARNING: Some of these photos might be unsuitable for children. Viewing discretion is advised.
The Raiderettes, the Oakland Raiders cheerleaders, perform during the Oakland Raiders preseason game against the Detroit Lions at O.co Coliseum on August 15, 2014 in Oakland, California. (Ezra Shaw/Getty Images) California Bill Would Reclassify Pro Sports Cheerleaders As Team Employees With Wage Protections - A Southern California lawmakers is working to improve the status of professional sports cheerleaders, who lack wage protections and rights allotted to other team workers.
Daniela Chavarriaga holds her daughter, Emma Chavarriaga, as pediatrician Jose Rosa-Olivares, M.D. administers a measles vaccination. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images) First Measles Cases Confirmed In Marin County, Bay Area Battleground For Vaccination Debate - Health officials say the patients are siblings who were unvaccinated and became infected outside the county.
(Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) BART Customer Satisfaction Drops 10% In 3 Years, Riders Worry About Crowded Cars, Cleanliness - Bay Area Rapid Transit is looking to improve service after numbers released Thursday from a recent revealed customer satisfaction with the transportation service has fallen.
The pilot of a small plane was rescued after ditching his plane in the ocean, about 250 miles off the coast of Hawaii, on January 25, 2015. (U.S. Coast Guard) ‘This Is Gonna Be Fun,’ Pilot Attempting To Fly From Central California To Hawaii Recounts Rescue In Ocean - A pilot who attempted to fly a small plane from the Central Valley to Hawaii recalled being rescued in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, after he was forced to ditch his plane because of low fuel last weekend.
Mitt Romney (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images) Romney Tells Supporters He Won’t Run For President In 2016 - Three weeks after unexpectedly saying he was considering a third campaign for the White House, the former Massachusetts governor told members of his staff during a Friday conference call that he is out of race.
Wrightspeed electric truck. (CBS) Tesla Of The Truck World? Silicon Valley Company Turns Commercial Vehicles Into Electric Green Machines - A Silicon Valley company could become the Tesla of the commercial truck world. The company called Wrightspeed is converting dirty trucks into clean, electric machines.
W. Kamau Bell Comedian W. Kamau Bell Says He Was Racially Profiled At Berkeley Restaurant - W. Kamau Bell claims an employee at the Elmwood Cafe racially profiled him when she told him to "scram" while he was talking to his wife outside the popular Berkeley restaurant.
iPhone Robbery Caught On Camera: Brazen Robber Snatches iPhone From 83-Year-Old Outside Berkeley Apple Store - An 83-year-old man had just purchased an iPhone from the Apple Store in Berkeley when a man ran up, snatched it from his hands and dashed off.
A Great White Shark swims in Shark Alley near Dyer Island on July 8, 2010 in Gansbaai, South Africa. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images) Floating Robot Tech Lets You Track Great White Sharks Swimming Along California Coast In Real Time - For the first time ever, online and in real time, scientists as well as the public can detect and track the locations of white sharks along California's central coast.
Brock Allen Turner Ex-Stanford Student Charged In Alleged Campus Assault Denies Raping Unconscious Woman - A former Stanford University student charged with raping a drunk and unconscious woman at an on-campus fraternity party admitted to sexually fondling her but denied raping her.
Bernal Heights (Wikimedia Commons) Salon.com Founder’s Speech Blasts His New Bernal Heights Techie Neighbors For Ruining The Vibe - Bernal Heights, once home to artists and blue-collar workers is now "the hottest zip code in town." David Talbot says that's a bad thing and blames the techies who moved in.
Caltrain Fatality on Tracks Person Struck And Killed On Caltrain Tracks In Mountain View - The Caltrain tracks through Mountain View reopened in both directions following a collision that killed a man earlier Thursday.
Defendant Louie Sanchez (L) and his attorney Gilbert Quinones look on as evidence is presented during a prior hearing Los Angeles. (Photo by Irfan Khan-Pool/Getty Images) Man Who Attacked Giants Fan Bryan Stow Pleads Guilty To Weapons Charges - A man sentenced to eight years in prison for the brutal beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow outside Dodgers Stadium in 2011 pleaded guilty Thursday to federal weapons charges, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Los Angeles.
Picture taken on February 15, 2012 shows an employee of German luxury car maker Audi working on an Audi A4 car on the assembly line at the Audi plant in Neckarsulm, southwestern Germany. Audi is re-calling 850,000 A4s worldwide due to problems with the airbags is was learned on October 23, 2014. (THOMAS KIENZLE/AFP/Getty Images) Safest Cars Ever? Not A Single Driver Died In These 9 Vehicle Models - Vehicles have never been this safe, so safe in fact that 9 types of vehicles including some SUVs had zero driver deaths during the years studied.
(Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Bill Would Raise Legal Smoking Age In California To 21 - Senate Bill 151 from state Senator Ed Hernandez would make California the first state in the country to raise the minimum smoking age as high as 21.
Running back Marshawn Lynch #24 of the Seattle Seahawks speaks during a Super Bowl XLIX media availability at the Arizona Grand Hotel on January 29, 2015 in Chandler, Arizona.  (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images) Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch Tells Reporters Why He Doesn’t Talk To The Media - After two days of giving only scripted answers, the Seattle Seahawks' star running back gave his most extensive comments of Super Bowl week, mostly telling reporters why he won't talk to them.
Stephanie Robesky San Francisco Entrepreneur Completes ‘Bachelorette’ Tokyo Dinner Date Contest; Has Plans For Other Finalists - A San Francisco entrepreneur who secured a highly-coveted reservation to an exclusive restaurant in Japan has pulled off her much-publicized online 'Bachelorette'-style contest to find a dinner date - and now has additional plans for those applicants who didn't make the cut.
Alessandro Gonzalez (CBS) Boy Throws Dog, Himself Out Of 2nd Story Window To Survive Mission District Fire - A 13-year-old San Francisco boy says he was told to throw his dog from a burning San Francisco building during Wednesday's deadly inferno.
Senator James Mountain "Jim" Ihnofe (R-Oklahoma), chair of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee (Wikimedia Commons) VIDEO: Chair Of Senate Environment Committee Says Only God Can Change Climate - A video of the chair the Senate’s Environment and Public Works Committee has gone viral because of his statements linking climate change and God.
California Department of Water Resources Chief of Cooperative Snow Survey Frank Gehrke (L) weighs a snow sample while assisted by Kasey Schimke on Jan. 29, 2010 near Meyers, California.   (Max Whittaker/Getty Images) Sierra Snowpack Far Below Normal After Warm, Dry January - California's second snow survey this winter found the Sierra Nevada snowpack is far below normal after a dry, unusually warm January.
Oakland Police Department patrol car. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) 10-Year-Old Boy Sexually Assaulted In Oakland; $7,500 Reward Offered For Information - The incident occurred on Tuesday afternoon in the 1100 block of 98th Avenue.
(CBS SF) 54 Homeless, 20 Businesses Closed After SF Mission District Inferno - A GoFundMe campaign started just after the blaze had earned more than $20,000 by 2:30 p.m. Thursday. 450 people had chipped into the find, started by Mission Resident Zac Crockett.
(Melissa Galieti) VIDEO: Rare White Dolphin Spotted In Monterey Bay - Sticking out like a sore thumb, a white dolphin was spotted amongst gray dolphins gliding across the Monterey Bay on Jan. 25.
United Launch Alliance Delta II rocket with Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) observatory on board at Vandenberg Air Force Base. (Bill Ingalls/NASA via Getty Images) NASA Satellite Launch From Vandenberg AFB Saturday Morning, May Be Visible From Bay Area - NASA will attempt to launch a drought and climate research satellite from Vandenberg Air Force Base early Saturday, a launch that could be visible from the Bay Area and beyond.
(CBS) 2 San Francisco Pedestrians Struck And Injured By Cars In Separate Incidents; Woman Is Critically Injured - Two people were injured Thursday morning in separate vehicle versus pedestrian collisions in San Francisco.
(Oakland PD) Man Arrested For Allegedly Shooting At Detectives During Marijuana Grow Investigation In Oakland - Alameda County sheriff's officials have identified a man who allegedly shot at two plainclothes deputies while they were conducting surveillance on a suspected marijuana grow in West Oakland Wednesday afternoon.
Same-sex wedding cake topper. (David McNew/Getty Images) 7 Percent Of LGBT Community Opposes Same-Sex Marriage, Survey Finds - Those who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Transgender aren’t universal in their support of their own right to marry, according to a survey from the Pew Research Center.
A sign outside De Anza College (CBS) Police Searching For Man With Body Odor After Woman Attacked At De Anza College - A woman accosted by a man who tried to kiss and touch her Wednesday on the campus of De Anza College in Cupertino fought him off and emerged uninjured, according to the Foothill-De Anza Police Department.
(FBI) FBI Releases Surveillance Photos From Smash-And-Grab Gold Heist At Wells Fargo Museum In San Francisco - Officials from the Federal Bureau of Investigation have released photographs from Tuesday morning's brazen smash-and-grab robbery of gold nuggets from the Wells Fargo History Museum in San Francisco hoping the public might be able to help them identify the suspects.
(Photo credit should read GEORGES GOBET/AFP/Getty Images) Google Apologizes For Translating ‘Gay’ Into Homophobic Slurs - Google apologized after facing fierce criticism for a software glitch that was translating "gay" into homophobic slurs for several different languages.
State Capitol Building in Sacramento, California. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Sacramento Crime Victims Rally Canceled Over Worries About Anti-Police Protests - Harriet Salarno, founder of Crime Victims United of California, said Wednesday that demonstrators have shown up at the National Crime Victims' Rights Week march and rally each of the last two years.
Mission District Fire Investigators Look Into Reports Of Faulty Fire Alarms, Escape Ladders In Deadly SF Mission District Fire - San Francisco firefighters remain on the scene this morning of a four-alarm fire that killed one man and all but destroyed a Mission District building housing dozens of apartments and businesses Wednesday evening, fire officials said.
(USGS) Magnitude 4.3 Is Latest In Cluster Of Quakes Off Humboldt County - A magnitude 4.3 earthquake struck off the coast in the Pacific Ocean at 11:13 a.m. Thursday, the latest in 9 tremors recorded in southern Humboldt county since a Magnitude 5.7 quake hit around 1 p.m. Wednesday.
(Hotel 22) Documentary ‘Hotel 22′ Captures Life On Silicon Valley’s De Facto Homeless Shelter On Wheels - A new documentary airing at the Sundance Film Festival chronicles how a public bus in Silicon Valley has turned into an unofficial shelter for the homeless.
Google headquarters. (Kimihiro Hoshino/AFP/Getty Images) Google Lab Quietly Working On Fitbit-Like Wristband To Detect Cancer, Creating Synthetic Skin - While recent Google technologies such as driverless cars and wearable computers make headlines, the tech giant has been quietly working on health related-technologies cancer detectors and making synthetic human skin.
(Palo Alto Police Department) Palo Alto Police Seek Two Men Who Robbed Fry’s Store; Threatened Employee With Gun - Palo Alto police are looking for two suspects who threatened an employee with a gun during the robbery of a Fry's store Wednesday afternoon.

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