San Bruno News
Local news for San Bruno, CA continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.
11 hrs ago | NBC Bay Area
Flames shot through cracks in the road near the Oakland Zoo Tuesday morning, Dec. 10, 2013, after a 4-inch natural gas pipeline erupted and burned for more than three hours.
Could you have a romantic liaison with someone of opposite political beliefs to you?
Are you smarter than a 7th grade civics student?
17 hrs ago | The Campbell Reporter
The San Bruno City Council votes tonight on whether to move ahead with plans to rebuild 10 more homes that were destroyed in the PG&E gas pipeline explosion in 2010.
Rana Yamini calls herself a "Diva" who has no intention of giving in to cancer. So far she has fought it with radiation, surgery and chemotherapy.
Parkside Middle School, SBPSD and San Bruno Education Foundation are hosting an Hour of Code Event - Sunday, December 15th @ Parkside from 12-2 PM It's a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify "code" and show that anyone can learn the basics to be a maker, a creator, an innovator! We'll provide a variety of self-guided ... (more)
A vehicle was egged and nachos were smeared on it on the 200 block of Florida Avenue in San Bruno before 10:01 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 1. Hit-and-run.
San Bruno-based Walmart.com has already had an incredible holiday season, with Cyber Monday the biggest online sales day in its history.
Especially during the holiday season, community contributions -- whether it's sharing photos with Santa, family rituals or reflections of thanks -- is a hugely important part of San Bruno Patch.
PG&E debuted its new San Ramon gas control center Friday, showcasing the integrated technological system and centralized operational structure the company developed in the wake of the deadly 2010 San Bruno pipeline explosion.
Ms. Maynard's sixth grade elective students at San Bruno's Parkside Intermediate School have been working on projects to make the world more awesome! On December 11th at both lunches the groups will be telling other students about their work so far.
Bay Area residents felt biting cold temperatures again on Thursday as a cold snap led to traffic mishaps, airport delays and increased concern over Northern California's citrus crop.
Icy roadways in parts of the Bay Area Thursday morning resulted in some crashes and traffic slowdowns but no reports of injuries, according to the California Highway Patrol.
During the holiday season, there is no shortage of opportunities to help those in need in our community.