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  • Fined porn producer fires back against AIDS healthcare group

    Fined porn producer fires back against AIDS healthcare group
    A San Francisco-based adult film company that was fined nearly $60,000 for occupational safety and health complaints fired back at an AIDS healthcare group, saying it was "fear-mongering about HIV to push a political agenda." The statement from Marc...
  • Experienced backcountry hikers needed in search for German tourist

    Experienced backcountry hikers needed in search for German tourist
    An effort is underway to find "experienced backcountry hikers" to help search for a German tourist who went missing Oct. 1 in Lake Arrowhead. Alois Krost, a 62-year-old professor, somehow became separated from the group he was with while on the Pinnacle...
  • Feds charge Garden Grove man with ties to Al Qaeda, terrorism

    A Garden Grove man was charged Friday with trying to support Al Qaeda and making false statements on his passport, according to the U.S. Attorney's office in Los Angeles. Sinh Vinh Ngo Nguyen, also known as Hasan Abu Omar Ghannoum, was scheduled to...
  • Metrolink accounting problems still being unraveled by consultant

    Metrolink accounting problems still being unraveled by consultant
    Officials for the six-county Metrolink commuter railroad continue to grapple with accounting and management problems that surfaced in February -- a situation complicated by the recent departures of two interim chief financial officers. KPMG, a...
  • BART labor talks continue as strike deadline looms

    Facing a midnight strike deadline, two unions and officials for the Bay Area Rapid Transit system resumed contract talks Sunday as nervous commuters looked for other ways of getting to work. Members of the Service Employees International Union Local...
  • BART unions extend talks for one day, avert Monday strike

    OAKLAND – Less than 90 minutes before a midnight strike deadline for the Bay Area’s commuter rail system, union leaders agreed to extend negotiations for one more day, sparing 200,000 round-trip riders the anxiety of a scramble for alternative...
  • Man, 72, survives 18 days alone in forest on snake, lizards, algae

    Man, 72, survives 18 days alone in forest on snake, lizards, algae
    A 72-year-old man is recuperating in a hospital after surviving 18 days alone in a Northern California forest by eating algae, a snake and other small animals he could kill. Gene Penaflor’s ordeal began Sept. 24 when he and a hunting partner set...
  • Man recalls eating squirrels to survive alone in California forest

    Man recalls eating squirrels to survive alone in California forest
    A day after he was carried out of the Mendocino National Forest -- having survived nearly three weeks on his own -- 72-year-old Gene Penaflor described how "it all went dead" after falling down a canyon. He had separated from his deer hunting partner...
  • Lost hunter who survived on roasted squirrel says 'it wasn't bad'

    SAN FRANCISCO — He shot squirrels in the head so their bodies would be intact for meals. He caught frogs, lizards and a 2-foot brown snake, killing them with a rock and toasting them thoroughly so he would not get salmonella. Each night,...
  • BART strike possible Tuesday as talks continue

    OAKLAND — The San Francisco Bay Area braced for a potential regional transit strike as the clock ticked toward an 11:59 p.m. cutoff of negotiations that have dragged on since April. After a late Sunday impasse, both sides reported for talks Monday...
  • State oversight agency urges new higher education agenda

    A state oversight agency Monday sent an urgent message to California’s higher education leaders and public officials: out with the old, in with the new. In a report on the future of higher education, the Little Hoover Commission said that it&...
  • BART union leader and board president offer disparate views

    OAKLAND -- A Bay Area regional transit strike seemed likely late Monday as the clock ticked toward a midnight cutoff of negotiations, with one union leader saying it would take a “Hail Mary” to avert a BART work stoppage. Complicating...