Judge Approves New NFL Concussion SettlementA federal judge has granted preliminary approval to a deal that would compensate former NFL players for concussion-related claims.
Former Giants Manager Dusty Baker Trades In Dugout For Season In NorCal GardenBaseball is still close to Baker's heart, that's for sure. But after being fired by Cincinnati last October, he is working on more than a half-dozen business projects at once out of his Sacramento-area home — not to mention helping 15-year-old son Darren and his freshman pals with their swings in the family batting cage.
Bob Barker Celebrates 90th Birthday On 'The Price is Right'The famed game-show host celebrated his 90th birthday with a return to the show...
Bob Barker To Mark His 90th Birthday On 'The Price Is Right' CBS says "The Price is Right" is planning a milestone birthday celebration for former host Bob Barker...
Retired SF Firefighter Likely Fell From Train In MidwestThe family of a retired California firefighter who disappeared from an Amtrak train said it now appears that he may have fallen from the train somewhere in eastern Colorado or western Nebraska.
San Jose Police Chief Announces RetirementLess than two years after becoming San Jose’s top cop, Police Chief Chris Moore announced Monday that he will retire in early 2013.
Retired Officer Shoots At Suspected Benicia ThiefA retired law enforcement officer attempting to stop two suspected thieves fired shots at one of them after he attempted to hit him with a car outside a Benicia supermarket Wednesday, police said.
Longtime Bay Area Basketball Coach Dick Davey Retiring Stanford associate head coach and former Santa Clara coach Dick Davey is retiring after the season. The 69-year-old Davey, in his fourth season coaching the Cardinal under Johnny Dawkins, announced his decision Tuesday.
Ex-San Jose Cop Helps Nab Bank Robbery SuspectsA former San Jose police officer is being credited with helping nab three bank robbery suspects. Michael Nasser was on his way to the gym on Tuesday when he spotted three men in hooded sweatshirts run into a Wells Fargo bank.
Daily Madden: Tony La Russa Goes Out On TopJohn Madden says St. Lous Cardinals manager Tony La Russa is definitely ending his baseball career on a high note.
Former A’s Manager La Russa Retiring After Latest Title Tony La Russa retired as manager of the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday, three days after winning a dramatic, seven-game World Series against the Texas Rangers.