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The utility was charged with 12 federal felony counts involving safety violations linked to the 2010 San Bruno pipeline explosion.
The online home rental site says it will collect the city’s 14 percent hotel tax.
The trial in Silicon Valley marks the latest round in a long-running series of lawsuits between the two tech giants that underscore a much larger concern about what is allowed to be patented.
NTSB investigators hoping to finish their probe before first anniversary of July 6 accident.
Prosecutors want property state senator owns used as collateral to guarantee he’ll keep showing up.
Facing charges of arms trafficking and influence peddling, veteran legislator ends statewide campaign.
Requirements deemed reasonable attempts to increase public safety without violating 2nd Amendment rights.
His 3,000 donors are giving an average of only $402, far below that raised by the other candidates.
A California condor was released in Big Sur at 10 a.m. Live webcams show the birds eating and socializing.