WWII Veterans Dying At Alarming RateAccording to the Veteran’s Administration, World War Two vets are dying at a rate of nearly 500 each day. That means there are approximately 885,000 veterans remaining out of the 16 million who served the nation then.
Strong Rip Current Risk Prompts Bay Area Beach WarningAs the weather heats up this week and people bring their kids and pets to Bay Area beaches, the National Weather Service is warning of a heightened risk of strong rip currents.
Big Agriculture Adopting Technology To Increase EfficiencyAgriculture is embracing technology to become more efficient, and startups are interacting with industry leaders to develop the best tools.
7th Grader Points Out Mistake In Historical Al Capone Prison DisplayA sharp-eyed boy who collects antique radios is taking umbrage with the vintage radio on display inside gangster Al Capone's cell at a historic Philadelphia prison.
Arrests Made In East Bay Freeway ShootingsFive suspects have been taken into custody in a crackdown of a flurry of freeway shootings in the East Bay.
Mayor: Gangs ‘Creating Terror’ On East Bay FreewaysIt’s a story Hercules Mayor Dan Romero has heard far too often over the recent months. There’s been a shooting on a freeway near his city.
Prison Gardening Program Helping Transform Vacaville Inmates' LivesA dry patch of soil inside a Vacaville prison is being transformed into a drought-tolerant garden in a program intended to transform inmates’ lives through connection to nature.
California's Shark Fin Ban Upheld By U.S. Supreme CourtThe U.S. Supreme Court has sided with California and rejected an appeal of the state’s ban on shark fins.
Two Dead In Horrific San Leandro Amtrak AccidentAn Amtrak train collided with a car in San Leandro Tuesday afternoon killing a woman and a young child inside the car.
More Ads Coming To Google's MapsYou may start seeing more ads when getting directions from Google's popular mapping service.
21,000 Gallons Of Oil Spilled In Pipeline Rupture Near TracyHazardous materials crews are cleaning up as many as 21,000 gallons of oil after a pipeline rupture in San Joaquin County near Tracy.
737 Flying Low Over Golden Gate Bridge Surprises TouristsTourists got a surprise Tuesday when a 737 flew low over the Golden Gate Bridge for a TV commercial shoot.

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