L.A. toy company owners sentenced in drug scheme

Two sisters who ran a Los Angeles toy company were sentenced Tuesday to more than three years in federal prison for their role in helping launder money for Colombian drug traffickers…

US Marine gets jail time in hazing suicide case

A U.S. Marine will spend 30 days in jail and have his rank reduced for punching and kicking a fellow Marine who killed himself…

Occupy Oakland Aftermath

Oakland City Hall is open for business after a group of Occupy protesters broke into the historic building and smashed glass display cases and windows, spray-painted graffiti and burned the American and California flags…

Stanford scholar explores cigarette production in China

Matthew Kohrman, associate professor of Anthropology at Stanford University, showed a map he has been working on that pinpoints all the factories in the world…

Harry Lew hazing case goes to trial

A Hawaii-based lance corporal accused of hazing a fellow Marine who committed suicide at their remote Afghanistan outpost was scheduled to appear in military court Monday…

Michelle Kwan in Hall of Fame

It has been six years she last competed in skating…

NBA celebrates Chinese New Year

Golden Gate Warriors host Lunar New Year events as part of The National Basketball Association’s (NBA) first-ever NBA Chinese New Year Celebration…

Two Chinese Americans run for Santa Clara County Supervisor

Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors…

Early-stage lung cancer test

Today, an international team led by scientists at UCSF released a new sturdy that can predict the likehood of death from early-stage lung cancer…

Computer clubhouse for S.F. teens and parents

Community leaders gathered at the San Francisco Community Youth Center (CYC) today to announce new computer classes available for both parents and teenagers. The Computer Clubhouse and Technical Academy was made possible thanks to a $50,000 donation by AT & T…