Yahoo appears to be getting closer to giving its frustrated shareholders something they’ve long wanted: a sale of the Internet company’s holdings in China and Japan.
Wednesday marks the 70th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack, which left 2,402 Americans dead and drew the country into World War II. A Bay Area survivor is the main speaker at the remembrance onboard the USS Hornet in Alameda.
Berkeley scientists studying earthquake early warning in the United States have received a financial boost.
Mineta San Jose International, which just last week was named the loneliest airport for Thanksgiving travel, is pulling out all the stops to attract more flights and passengers.
If you live along the San Mateo County coast you may have heard a loud siren Wednesday, but rest assured it was only a test. However, it was unlike any other test conducted along the county’s coast so far.
The earthquake and tsunami that rocked Japan moved these vessels into neighborhoods, roadways and buildings. In this Good Question: How are the Japanese moving large ships that got swept inland by the tsunami?
A spike in radioactive sulfur from an earthquake-damaged Japanese nuclear plant was detected in California in late March, but researchers have determined that it posed no threat to health.
It has been five months since a powerful earthquake and tsunami devastated Japan, which also led to a crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. In this Good Question: What is the latest condition of Japanese nuclear facilities?
The Japanese women’s soccer team outkicked the U.S. in the penalty-kick shootout finale to take the Women’s World Cup Sunday. John told the KCBS morning crew it was an exciting finish, especially for viewers who don’t follow soccer.
Crowds at San Francisco’s Civic Center loyally rooted for American and Japanese soccer players at a screening of the FIFA Women’s World Cup final as the game went into overtime shootouts.