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Vietnam Airlines Launches First Non-Stop Service From SFO To Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
San Francisco International Airport was lit up in teal and gold Monday night to commemorate the first non-stop service between Vietnam and the United States. It’s another first for SFO as travel during COVID expands.
Gov. Newsom Enlists California Highway Patrol To Help Stop Smash And Grab Retail Robberies
After a rash of smash-and-grab robberies, Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered California Highway Patrol officers to increase patrols on freeways adjacent to busy California shopping centers and make stops at the malls.
Photos: Bay Area Thrash Metal Titans Hammer Oakland's Fox Theater
Three local legendary thrash-metal bands brought their long delayed "The Bay Strikes Back" tour to the Fox Theater in Oakland Saturday as Testament, Exodus and Death Angel shared the stage.
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Irate Steph Curry Torches Clippers In Warriors 8th Straight Win
Moments after being called for a technical foul, Warriors star Steph Curry unleashed a salvo of three consecutive deep 3-point shots to break open a close game and lead Golden State to its eight straight win -- a 105-90 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers on Sunday.
Curry Scores 32 Points as Warriors Top Trail Blazers
Stephen Curry had 32 points, eight assists and seven rebounds, Andrew Wiggins scored 25 points and the Warriors beat the Trail Blazers 118-103 on Friday night.
Warriors Use Big Second-Half Comeback To Beat 76ers, Win 5th Straight
Stephen Curry scored 25 points to younger brother Seth's 24 for the 76ers, and the Golden State Warriors used a big second-half comeback to beat Philadelphia 116-96 on Wednesday night for their fifth straight win.
Ready To Return To The Court, Klay Thompson Says Warriors Have Another Shot At Title
In due time, Klay Thompson is counting on more 37-point quarters and other scoring outbursts from himself, like the time he made 14 3-pointers in a game.
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'Your Life Does Not End Because You Have A Diagnosis': Shantel Smith Opens Up About Her Battle With Multiple Sclerosis Before 'Survivor'
Shan Smith shares her 'Survivor' story and her experience with multiple sclerosis.
Kim Fields Hopes 'Adventures In Christmasing' Inspires People To Come Out Of Their Comfort Zone
'Adventures In Christmasing' comes to VH1 on Monday, November 29th at 9PM ET/PT.
Raiders-Cowboys Preview: Can Las Vegas Or Dallas Bounce Back On Thanksgiving?
The Raiders and Cowboys are both coming off of disappointing losses just as division races heat up.
'Real World' Star Jon Brennan Says Old Issues Lead To 'Butting Heads' In Reunion For 1993 Cast: 'Felt Like We Were Back In The '90s'
Seven cast members return nearly 30 years later hoping to settle their differences in 'The Real World Homecoming: Los Angeles.'
Alabama Will 'Take Care Of Business Versus Auburn': CBS Sports’ Aaron Murray Previews College Football Matchups
CBS Sports' Aaron Murray breaks down #3 Alabama-Auburn and other important college football matchups.
64th Annual GRAMMY Award Nominees: Taylor Swift And Kanye West Up For Album Of The Year
View the nominees for the '64th Annual GRAMMY Awards' on CBS and Paramount+.
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COVID: Expert Says New Omicron Coronavirus Variant Likely Already in U.S.
While no cases have been discovered in the United States, a UCSF infectious disease expert believes the variant first identified in South Africa is already here.
Holiday Getaway Travelers Pack Bay Area Airports
Some airports in the Bay Area are seeing their busiest day since the pandemic began as people get an early start to their Thanksgiving travel.
Travel Experts Forecast Return Of Pre-COVID Crowds This Holiday Season
This holiday travel season, the lines at airports are already looking a lot different than it did last year, as you can imagine. Expect it to be busy at airports, similar to pre-COVID levels.
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Tri-Valley Water Districts Tackle Toxic Chemicals In Drinking Water Wells
At least 500 hundred drinking water wells that serve up to nine million Californians have potentially dangerous levels of a highly toxic family of chemicals and some of the worst are right here in the Bay Area.