Peak experience: Three years after breaking neck, Livermore police sergeant takes hike of a lifetime
Livermore police Sgt. Paul Mayer broke his neck during SWAT training in 2010, and after six months in recovery, he hiked the entire John Muir Trail in two weeks. In September, he and his brother Christian did it again, with a goal in making the 211-mile trek in under seven days.
El Sobrante family displaced after garage fire started by fireplace ashes
Fire crews say a family of four was displaced Friday night after their home caught fire due to fireplace ashes that were discarded in their garage reignited.
Berkeley: Scientific collaboration seeks ultimate battery
Advancements made at the Berkeley lab in transportation technology will be made in the next decade says LBNL Director of Batteries Venkat Srinivasan
Judy Rodgers dies at 57; chef at San Francisco's Zuni Cafe
Judy Rodgers, the award-winning chef-owner of San Francisco's Zuni Cafe, has died. She was 57.
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Share the Spirit: Hope 4 the Heart in Hayward provides food for thousands of Alameda, Contra Costa counties families
12/07/2013 08:58 PM PST
Hope 4 the Heart in Hayward continues family's tradition of generosity.
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Study suggests fear can be passed on through genes
A newborn mouse pup, seemingly innocent to the workings of the world, may actually harbor generations' worth of information passed down by its ancestors. Full Story
Travel top 10: World's best cities for winter vacations
Some of the world's cities shine brightly in winter. And they aren't likely to be overrun with tourists between now and February. If you're looking to get away soon, check out this list from CNN Travel of the 10 best cities for a winter vacation.
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Evangeline Lilly upset with magazine's 'butt' reference
Women’s Health surprised “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” actress with her cover shot.