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Apple Rescinds Policy Barring Felons As Construction Workers

Apple Rescinds Policy Barring Felons As Construction Workers

Apple has rescinded its policy on hiring convicted felons for construction projects on its new campus, the company... Read »

Apr 9, 2015
Fire Victim Says Helpers Stole Her Belongings

Fire Victim Says Helpers Stole Her Belongings

Fire victim said people who offered to help her collect her things stole from her instead. Watch »

Apr 10, 2015
2 Stabbed in Buttocks at Party: PD

2 Stabbed in Buttocks at Party: PD

A dispute at a party in San Diego’s Oak Park area left two people injured after a man stabbed the victims in the... Read »

Apr 10, 2015
Kidnap Suspect Left DNA on Duct Tape: DA

Kidnap Suspect Left DNA on Duct Tape: DA

Kidnapping suspect Jack Doshay appeared in court for a bail hearing, where a prosecutor shared new details in the... Watch »

Apr 9, 2015
Toilets on Wheels Keep San Francisco's Tenderloin Clean

Toilets on Wheels Keep San Francisco's Tenderloin Clean

Streets in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood blocks away from fancy stores and long lines of tourists waiting... Read »

Apr 9, 2015
Millions of Starfish Die-Off in Pacific Ocean

Millions of Starfish Die-Off in Pacific Ocean

A mysterious disease is killing millions of starfish, and now it's having a profound effect on the food chain Read »

Apr 9, 2015
Sabra Recalls Hummus for Possible Listeria Contamination

Sabra Recalls Hummus for Possible Listeria Contamination

Sabra Dipping Company is voluntarily recalling its "Classic Hummus" because of possible Listeria... Read »

Apr 7, 2015
CPUC Fines PG&E $1.6B After Deadly Explosion

CPUC Fines PG&E $1.6B After Deadly Explosion

The California Public Utilities Commission on Thursday voted unanimously to fine PG&E Co. $1.6 billion following Watch »

Apr 9, 2015
CA Drought Linked to Record West Nile Virus Deaths

CA Drought Linked to Record West Nile Virus Deaths

California saw a record number of deaths from West Nile virus last year, and health officials say the state's... Read »

Apr 9, 2015
Victim in Craigslist Meetup Thought He Would Die

Victim in Craigslist Meetup Thought He Would Die

The victim spoke with NBC San Diego about the incident, in which he was shot with a stun gun, tied up and robbed... Watch »

Apr 9, 2015
Stanford Moves to Expel Students Who Commit Sexual Assault

Stanford Moves to Expel Students Who Commit Sexual Assault

Stanford University this fall will start a three-year pilot program to test a change in policy that calls for... Watch »

Apr 8, 2015
SF to Ban Tour Bus Drivers From Narrating While Driving

SF to Ban Tour Bus Drivers From Narrating While Driving

An ordinance prohibiting tour bus drivers from narrating while driving in San Francisco was unanimously approved by... Read »

Apr 8, 2015
Drought Prompts Ugliest Yard Competition in SF

Drought Prompts Ugliest Yard Competition in SF

The search is one for the ugliest yard in San Francisco, a contest put on by the city to encourage residents to... Read »

Apr 9, 2015
Padres Continue to Sign Ex-Pitcher Now in Wheelchair

Padres Continue to Sign Ex-Pitcher Now in Wheelchair

The San Diego Padres continue to sign former pitcher, Matt LaChoppa, who's now confined to a wheelchair. Read »

Apr 15, 2015
Woman Accused of Posing as Immigration Attorney Arrested

Woman Accused of Posing as Immigration Attorney Arrested

The South Bay woman accused of posing as an immigration attorney so she could take advantage of immigrants has been... Read »

Apr 8, 2015
Puppy Rescued After Falling 50 Feet Into Old Well Casing

Puppy Rescued After Falling 50 Feet Into Old Well Casing

A puppy in California apparently is doing OK after he fell about 50 feet down an old well casing and was rescued by... Read »

Apr 8, 2015
Gov. Jerry Brown Turns 77, Tweets Photo of Birthday Cake

Gov. Jerry Brown Turns 77, Tweets Photo of Birthday Cake

California Governor Jerry Brown turned 77 on April 7, celebrating with cake and an Italian dinner at Tommaso's... Read »

Apr 8, 2015
WATCH: Avocado Farms Run Dry

WATCH: Avocado Farms Run Dry

California's record-setting drought is putting many avocado farmers out of business. Lili Tan reports. Watch »

Apr 8, 2015
Police Seek

Police Seek "Mrs. Doubtfire Bank Robbery” Suspect

Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a suspect who robbed a Santa Cruz bank Friday afternoon. Read »

Apr 7, 2015
Smugglers Held Mexican Man Hostage in Shed: Feds

Smugglers Held Mexican Man Hostage in Shed: Feds

Four people are charged in a Southern California kidnapping scheme, accused of holding a Mexican national in a... Read »

Apr 7, 2015

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