Three young Bay Area innovators just took home awards in the Broadcom MASTERS STEM competition for middle schoolers. Mary Lee spoke to the the young scientists who took home the top prizes in their categories. (11-8-2019)

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Apple Engineer Playing Smartphone Video Game During Fatal Mountain View Tesla CrashThe nation's top safety investigator criticized Tesla in a safety board meeting where it was revealed the Tesla driver who crashed his car and died on Highway 101 in Mountain View was playing video games on his iPhone. Maria Medina reports. (2-25-2020)
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