Friday morning, the parents of a 22-year-old Stanford student reported him missing in Malaysia. His friends created a social media campaign to find him. Read the story through the actual tweets and Facebook posts.
The East Coast’s 5.9 magnitude earthquake may seem small by California standards, but a Stanford geophysicist explains why a quake of that size can have a greater impact there than it might on the West Coast.
There are lots of choices this Independence Day to check out some cool fireworks. See which shows are closest to you.
The weather did not live up to the hype in San Francisco early Saturday morning. A crowd of 50 formed at Twin Peaks, one of the city’s highest points, but the sky was clear and the pavement was dry at 1:30 a.m.