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3 hrs ago | Amarillo.com
A Department of Public Safety trooper seized more than 22 pounds of liquid methamphetamine valued at more than $816,000 during a traffic stop Wednesday on Interstate 40 near Conway.
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7 hrs ago | Santa Cruz Sentinel
Calling the site of a future parking lot "magnificent," "heavenly," and "inspiring," elected leaders gathered near Mt.
17 hrs ago | Business Journal
At a time when many hospitals are cutting their psychiatric facilities, El Camino Hospital expects to break ground in 2015 on a new, 52,000-square-foot behavioral health services building on its Mountain View campus.
The Sunnyvale American Cancer Society Discovery Shop officially reopened April 4, nearly two months after a car crashed through the front of the resale store and landed in the middle of the shop.
To the Editor: Hepatitis E virus is a common cause of acute hepatitis in developing countries.
Search dogs are combing the rubble of the former KNTV building destroyed by a massive fire in an attempt to confirm the presence of human remains.
Police arrested two men and one juvenile after they allegedly tried to instigate a gang fight at the 200 block of Higdon Avenue.
Sunnyvale, CA, April 17, 2014 --- Analog Bits , the semiconductor industryfs leading provider of mixed-signal IP solutions, today announced the successful migration of their products to the latest advanced process node: 14nm "FinFET".
Girls, including Alayna Camacho , practice their solo during Leticia Ceja's Baile Folklorico practice at the Gateway Neighborhood Center in Sunnyvale.
Sunnyvale families are welcome to tune up their bikes, bodies and minds at the annual Fit and Fun Fair April 26. The free, family-friendly event put on by the city will feature activities such as car seat and bike safety inspections, family nutrition information, free health screenings, sports clinics, healthy living tips, fun games and prizes, and ... (more)
City staff worked for the past six months with local food vendors, preparing them for the ban on the use and sale of expanded polystyrene food containers in the city.
In a stealthy operation sometime either Tuesday evening or Wednesday morning -- crews wouldn't say exactly when -- workers started smashing the slabs of the former Onizuka Air Force Station's "Blue Cube" in a fitting end to a secretive Cold War icon that tracked Soviet satellites for decades.
From Rasam's in downtown Sunnyvale I saw a long line of people waiting for a table at Dishdash nearby.