New Uniforms Leave American Airlines Employees Itching For ReliefAbout 1,600 American Airlines employees complained they were getting headaches and rashes from the wool fabric.
Paris Officials Object To Naming Street After Steve JobsOfficials in Paris, France are reportedly objecting to naming a street after late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, citing the Cupertino-based tech giant's practices.
Palo Alto Commission Encourages Construction Of In-Law UnitsThe Palo Alto Planning and Transportation Commission is supporting Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs), more commonly known as in-law or granny units.
Dungeness Crab Season To Open Between Point Reyes, Salt PointA 50-mile section of coastal waters off the North Bay will open to commercial crab fishing on Saturday.
How A Trump Administration Could Shape The InternetUnder a President Donald Trump, cable and phone companies could gain new power to influence what you do and what you watch online - not to mention how much privacy you have while you're at it.
Teen In Macedonia's Fake News Hub Shows How It's DoneA teenage purveyor of fake news cracked open his laptop and laid out his case for why lying is more lucrative than the truth.
Environmentalists Urge Lawmakers To Crack Down On Water-Guzzling FarmsCalifornia's environmentalists urge lawmakers to require water cutbacks for farmers, who use 80 percent of the state's water.
Not Everyone Is Having Luck Replacing Recalled Samsung Galaxy Note 7 PhonesThere may be a roadblock in the return process for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phone.
Facebook Hopes To Build Employee Dorms, But Neighbors Have Other IdeasFacebook's plans include building dorms as well as two more large office buildings and a hotel.
Auditors Dig Into Levi's Stadium Financials For 2nd TimeA team of auditors poured over financial records at Levi Stadium Thursday for a second time.
‘Full House’ Creator Buys San Francisco Home Used In SitcomThe creator of “Full House” has reportedly bought the iconic San Francisco home used in the hit 1980s sitcom.
8 Convicted In San Jose Court For Selling Counterfeit Energy DrinksEight people have been convicted in federal court in San Jose for their roles in a scheme that sold more than 4 million bottles of a counterfeit energy drink.