Rescue Mission gives hope, cheer to those who need it
The Bay Area Rescue Mission has helped the area's needy since 1965, providing thousands of Thanksgiving and holiday meals every year
( BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI )
California poll shows young and healthy more likely to seek medical insurance
A finding by the Public Policy Institute of California says that young and healthy people are overwhelmingly more likely to seek health insurance than older and sicker people.
(Doug Duran/Bay Area News Group)
Kawakami: Golden State Warriors find launching pad
With a huge comeback victory over Toronto Raptors and another emerging leader in Jermaine O'Neal, the Golden State Warriors are positioned for takeoff
Raiders notes: Taiwan Jones takes snaps at running back
With Oakland Raiders Darren McFadden, Jeremy Stewart, Rashad Jennings all hurt, Taiwan Jones, Marcel Reece and Jamize Olawale were the only healthy backs for coach Dennis Allen on Wednesday; Tyvon Branch practices for first time since a Week 2 ankle injury
Lawsuit claims Envia Systems stole battery technology
Three former executives allege Envia's co-founder created the company using intellectual property that he stole outright from Santa Clara-based NanoeXa, his previous employer. Envia denies the allegations.
Pat Tillman's memory inspires Arizona State's reawakening
Sun Devils come into Pac-12 title game against Stanford with 10-2 record and seven wins in a row
Cal to announce naming rights for football stadium's field Thursday
Memorial Stadium name will be retained, but the field will have a different name
'The Voice': Team Christina's Matthew Schuler is out
It came down to Schuler and James Wolpert with Team Levine's Wolpert being saved
Why is Justin Bieber infatuated with spray paint?
Australian city mayor wants Bieber to return — either to clean up graffiti he sprayed on a hotel wall or sing at mayor’s Christmas event.
Bay Area residents live longer; here's why
Bay Area residents are among the nation's longest-lived people, surviving on average more than a decade longer than residents of rural Kentucky, West Virginia or Mississippi.
( Jeff Vendsel )
Mi Pueblo files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
Mi Pueblo, the festive Bay Area supermarket chain and icon of family-grown Hispanic businesses, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Monday, citing a dispute with its primary lender, Wells Fargo.