Sand Mine On Monterey Bay To Close After More Than A CenturyAfter years of protests, investigation and negotiation, the California Coastal Commission voted to accept a deal that will set in motion the eventual closure of the 110-year-old Lapis Sand Mine in the Monterey County town of Marina.
Auto Interiors Firm Reinventing Space Inside Autonomous VehiclesA world leader in automobile interiors is planning for the day when sitting inside a car will involve many activities besides driving.
Bicyclist Stop/Yield Bill Gets Hearing In California AssemblyA bill that would allow bicyclists in California to roll through stop signs was the subject of a hearing in Sacramento Monday.
Bald Eagles Nest Above Milpitas School As Species Makes Bay Area ComebackLong endangered bald eagles are making a comeback in the San Francisco Bay Area, as evidenced by a pair of bald eagles nesting high above an elementary school in Milpitas.
Former President Obama Visits With Tech Leaders In Silicon ValleyFormer President Barack Obama spent the day in Silicon Valley reportedly meeting with tech leaders Monday.
U.S. Army Developing Drones to Dominate More Than Just the SkySome of the country’s brightest scientific minds have been focused on a broad research program, led by the Army Research Lab (ARL), to give birth to the next generation of drones.
San Jose 'Captain America' Councilman Takes Oath While Holding ShieldA San Jose city councilman turned a routine swearing-in ceremony into a memorable moment fit for the big screen.
Mudslide Blocks Main Road Through Santa Cruz MountainsAmid non-stop rain Wednesday, a massive mudslide has closed a portion of a busy road in the Santa Cruz Mountains near Highway 35.
Santa Clara Students Put Spin On Solar Power For 'Tiny House' ContestThe Sacramento Municipal Utility Districts Tiny House competition this weekend is the inaugural contest challenging California college students to engineer a net-zero, miniature solar-powered house.
Trash From Homeless Camps Blowing Onto South Bay FreewaysCaltrans is moving to clean up homeless camps around South Bay freeways after trash blamed on homeless camps has blown onto the highways creating traffic problems and eyesores.
Bay Area Woman Develops Training Regimen For Firefighter Fitness TestCourtney Rypstra's future career as a firefighter will come down to 10 grueling minutes. She is training to pass the infamous "candidate physical ability test," also known as the CPAT.
San Jose Vietnamese Community Thrives, Recalls What Was Left Behind 40 Years After Fall Of Saigon40 years after the Fall of Saigon and the end of the Vietnam War, the Bay Area's Vietnamese community of today looks nothing like the first wave of refugees who first arrived here.

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