Siblings

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Central California Man Defends Younger Siblings In Home Invasion Shootout, Killing 1

A Central California man shot and killed an intruder, and sent another to the hospital while defending his younger siblings, according to police.

05/27/2014

(credit: Alyssa Pereira/CBS Local)

Haim Kicks Off Tour at SF’s Sold-Out Fillmore Show

“Now all we want to do is jam for you,” Este Haim told the Fillmore crowd…

04/11/2014

Hannah Anderson stands in front of a photo during a memorial service at the Guardian Angels Catholic Church for her mother Christina Marie Anderson and brother Ethan Anderson August 24, 2013 in Santee, California. The two were allegedly killed by family friend James Lee DiMaggio, before kidnapping Hannah Anderson earlier this month. Hannah was rescued and DiMaggio was killed in a shoot out with FBI agents in Idaho. (Photo by Howard Lipin-Pool/Getty Images)

Funeral Service Held For Abducted SoCal Teen’s Mom, Brother

Calling their deaths “an abomination,” a priest memorialized a Southern California mother and young son killed by a family friend who also abducted the woman’s 16-year-old daughter.

08/24/2013

Police believe James Lee DiMaggio kidnapped Hannah Anderson, 16, and 8-year-old Ethan Anderson after killing their mother. (Bay City News)

SoCal Missing Teen Found Safe In Idaho; Police Kill Alleged Abductor

San Diego County Sheriff’s officials say the man suspected of abducting 16-year-old Hannah Anderson has been killed in Idaho and the teen has been found safe.

08/10/2013

Police believe James Lee DiMaggio kidnapped Hannah Anderson, 16, and 8-year-old Ethan Anderson after killing their mother. (Bay City News)

Amber Alert For Siblings Believed Kidnapped After Mom Murdered In San Diego

A statewide Amber Alert was issued for a pair of siblings who law enforcement officials believed were kidnapped by a man who allegedly killed their mother and burned down his San Diego County home on Sunday night.

08/06/2013

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HealthWatch: UC Davis Study Finds Higher Autism Rate Among Siblings

A new study suggests that nearly 20 percent of children who have an autistic older brother or sister will develop the disorder too. That’s a rate much higher than previously thought.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–08/15/2011

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