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Southwest Airlines Declares ‘Operational Emergency’ As Weather, Labor Woes MountThe nation's largest domestic carrier has seen an unusually high number of planes grounded; bad weather and a labor dispute between the airline and the mechanics' union are to blame.
Curry Scores 36 as Warriors Hold Off KingsSteph Curry scored 36 points, hitting 10 3-pointers, and the Warriors survived a hectic finish to beat the Kings 125-123 on Thursday night.
Despite Crackdown, BART Fare Evasion Remains RampantDespite a year-long crackdown on BART fare evaders, recent video shot by KPIX cameras shows many cheaters are still riding for free.
SpaceX Falcon 9 Launches Israeli Moon Lander On Its WayAn Israeli spacecraft rocketed toward the moon for the country's first attempted lunar landing, following a launch Thursday night by SpaceX.
Massive Crowds March And Rally In Support Of Oakland Teacher StrikeA huge crowd of Oakland public school teachers, students, parents and others rallied outside Oakland City Hall on Thursday in support of a teacher strike during its first day.
Bill Proposed To End Catholic Confession Exemption For Reporting Child AbuseState Senator Jerry Hill (D-San Mateo) has introduced a bill, SB 360, to end the “penitential communication” exemption to child abuse reporting.
Specialized Fremont Police Drone Helps Find Missing Deaf TeenEarlier this month, Fremont police used special technology to help find a deaf student reported missing in the East Bay during a search effort that was complicated by rough terrain and darkness.
Napa County Wineries, Environmentalists Clash Over Proposed Land-Use RulesA land-use fight is brewing in Napa County pitting environmental activists on one side and winery owners on the other.
84-Year-Old Pedestrian Struck, Killed Crossing Street in Milpitas An 84-year-old man was hit and killed in a collision with a vehicle Thursday morning in Milpitas, police reported.