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Intel to Build $20 Billion Fabrication Facility in Midwest to Ease Chip Shortage
Silicon Valley chipmaker Intel said Friday it will invest $20 billion to build a new factory in Ohio, an attempt to help alleviate a global shortage, signaling the company’s commitment to manufacturing crucial technology products in the U.S.
Attorney General's Office: Man Shot Dead by Police at SFO Armed With Replica Gun
The fatal shooting by police of a man threatening civilians and officers at San Francisco International Airport Thursday will by investigated by the state Department of Justice because the man, who was described as armed, possessed an airsoft-type replica pistol, the attorney general's office said Friday.
Photos: Prog-Metal Mavericks Mastodon and Opeth Crush the Fox in Oakland
Two of the premiere prog-metal bands working today shared the stage at the Fox Theater in Oakland when Mastodon and Opeth brought their co-headlining tour to the Bay Area Thursday night.
Golden State Warriors
Warriors, Chase Center to Require Fans Show Proof of COVID Booster Shots
To get inside Chase Center to see Steph Curry and Klay Thompson make a splash you already need to show proof of vaccination. Starting Feb. 1, you'll need to show proof of a booster shot as well.
Pacers Stun Curry, Warriors 121-117 in Overtime
Keifer Sykes hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 1:41 left in overtime and a layup the next possession, Chris Duarte scored 27 points and the undermanned Indiana Pacers beat Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors 121-117 on Thursday night.
Splash Brothers Curry, Thompson Lead Warriors Past Pistons, 102-86
Klay Thompson had 21 points, reigning scoring champ Stephen Curry added 18 and Golden State returned from a tough trip to beat the Detroit Pistons 102-86 on Tuesday night.
Warriors Distance Themselves From Minority Investor's Controversial Comments On Uyghurs Struggles In China
The Golden State Warriors issued a statement Monday, distancing themselves from controversial comments made by minority owner Chamath Palihapitiya concerning the ongoing struggle of the Muslim Uyghurs in China.
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Ready To Restart The Race: Phil Keoghan Talks About The Return Of 'The Amazing Race' After A 19-Month "Pit Stop"
'The Amazing Race' host and executive producer, Phil Keoghan talks about the return to season 33, what's different and what to expect!
Preview: 'The Amazing Race' Begins 33rd Season On CBS
"The Amazing Race" returns to CBS Wednesday night for a historic 33rd season that begins in London, England.
Preview: Sophia Bush & Jason Isaacs Star In CBS Drama 'Good Sam'
Sophia Bush & Jason Isaacs star in a new medical drama, which premieres Wednesday night on CBS.
'Christmas Takes Flight' Coming to CBS Sunday, December 19
'Christmas Takes Flight' features a holiday battle of wills between pilot Jenny Beckett and Matt Hansen, a number-crunching CEO who purchases Jenny’s family-owned, regional airline.
'Survivor 41' – Season Finale Recap: The Sole Survivor
Survivor 41 has come to an end. And man, I must say – what an ending it was! For the first time since season one, host Jeff Probst announced the Sole Survivor at an epic Final Tribal.
'I Used Kevin Durant's Story As A Launching Pad': Reggie Rock Bythewood On AppleTV+'s 'Swagger'
The director talks about creating a TV show inspired by NBA superstar Kevin Durant's youth basketball experience.
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New Year Bridge Toll Hikes May Be Tipping Point for Bay Area Commuters
Bay Area commuters woke up to one unwelcome New Year change: a $1 toll increase at all Bay Area bridges except the Golden Gate.
New Year Dawns With Continuing Woes at Bay Area Airports
Hundreds of flights were delayed and dozens canceled at SFO Sunday evening as omicron and bad weather across the country drove yet another day of headaches for travelers and airlines.
Air Travelers Greet New Year Stuck in Airports
On the first day of 2022, airlines across the world canceled thousands of flights, due to a combination of inclement weather and the Omicron variant affecting flight crews.
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