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A 78-year-old Foster City man on a bicycle died after a vehicle struck him Friday morning in his hometown.
The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors approved Tuesday putting a decision on the June 5 ballot for whether voters should recall Superior Court Judge Aaron Persky, the judge who became controversial over a sentence he handed down to a former Stanford University swimmer convicted of sexual assault.
Two female victims were sexually assaulted about 20 minutes apart on Friday night in Stanford.
A student at Cal and another at Stanford University filed suit Thursday challenging President Donald Trump's executive order banning travel from seven majority Muslim countries.
Large crowds are expected to gather outside the Santa Clara County Main Jail in San Jose on Friday.
Protesters waved "pink slips" for judge Aaron Persky in front of a state office building Wednesday.
Stanford swimming standout Simone Manuel made a huge splash Thursday when she swam to gold at the Rio Olympics.
Admired pediatric doctor and clinical associate professor at Stanford University School of Medicine, Dr. Nanci Yuan, died this month of colon cancer at 47.
The petition is calling for the removal of Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Aaron Persky, who earlier this month sentenced 20-year-old Brock Turner to six months in jail.
The 49ers dealt three picks, and receive arguably the draft's best offensive guard.
The 49ers gave up their 37th, 105th and 178th pick in this year’s draft for an impact guard out of Stanford
A former Stanford University star swimmer was convicted of sexually assaulting a woman who was drunk and unconscious on campus.
U.S. Coast Guard crews rescued two surfers Saturday afternoon at a beach between Pacifica and Moss Beach.
Crime statistics released by San Francisco police Wednesday show property crimes increased more than 17 percent in 2015 over the previous year.
Former Stanford University faculty member Marc Tessier-Lavigne has been appointed to become the college's next president starting in September.
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Bay Area residents are being asked to donate blood as soon possible due to a severe shortage.
Stanford University's Department of Public Safety is looking for a man who sexually battered someone on campus.
A 45-year-old man died in a head-on collision Saturday on Junipero Serra Boulevard between Stanford Avenue and Campus Drive.
The Giants bolstered an already-strong pitching core and refreshed the farm system with power.
Stanford researchers have found taking a stroll helps to stimulate creative thinking.
Stanford education dean Claude Steele has been chosen as the next UC Berkeley provost.
The Cardinal will likely play No. 10 Michigan State in their fourth-straight BCS bowl game.
Now, the game everyone's been waiting for — a Pac-12 showdown with Oregon — awaits.
Dominika Cibulkova pulled off a gritty win over top-seeded Agnieszka Radwanska to win the Bank of the West.
Third-seeded Dominika Cibulkova clawed her way into a quarterfinal clash at the Bank of the West Classic.
Reigning Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli has pulled out of next week's Bank of the West tournament at Stanford.
A Bay Area theater company is mashing up Gilbert & Sullivan with Gene Roddenberry.
You don't have to be an alumnus of Cal or Stanford to know that the Big Game is typically played in late November.
For the first time ever, a team of researchers are studying the origin and attributes of California's seemingly laid-back accents.
Stanford football has punted their old-style paper playbooks, trading them out for 100 shiny new iPads stuffed with team strategy.
Brothers Garrett and Elliott Heath have a shot at qualifying — in different events — for the U.S. men's track and field Olympic team in London.
Nneka Ogwumike, one of the most accomplished players in women's college basketball, added another achievement to her resume.
Ladies and gentlemen, meet TJ*, the robotic creation of Stanford mastermind Jeff Kessler.
Inspired by similar programs in India and Singapore, engineers at Stanford hope some random cash can change people's commute habits.
It's amazing that it took so long for a great Hispanic writer like Juan Felipe Herrera to get the appointment.