Fri, May 4, 2012 -- 7:05 AM
SFO Breach ... Electric Caltrain ... Job Seekers ... A's in Oakland ... Sports
SFO Security Breach Slows Terminal
San Francisco International Airport is getting back to normal after a minor security incident at Terminal Three. It's unclear exactly what happened, but an airport spokesman says someone did not follow the security procedures at the United Airlines domestic terminal. No one was arrested or hurt. The incident only affected Terminal Three.
Caltrain Board Approves Electrification
Yesterday Caltrain's directors voted to move forward with electrifying the system so it can become part of California's high-speed rail line.
Job Seekers in San Leandro
Many local job seekers are still looking for work, with unemployment down but hiring also slowing down.
Oakland Businesses Try to Keep the A's
The CEO of Oakland's only Fortune-500 company is leading a charge to keep the A's in his city. Don Knauss of the Clorox Company says Oakland is a viable site for the team. Knauss has been down this road before: 10 years ago he helped the Houston Astros build a new stadium.
Giants Lose Game and Sandoval; Leipheimer May Not Race
The Giants lost all three games of their series with the Marlins, losing last night 3-2. San Francisco's Pablo Sandoval is out for up to six weeks after breaking his hamate bone in his left hand. The Giants host Milwaukee tonight. The A's play the Rays in Tampa. Minor leagues, San Jose hosts the Inland Empire all weekend; Stockton hosts Lancaster. Softball, Stanford hosts Washington this weekend, Cal is at Oregon State. Pro cyclist Levi Leipheimer looks iffy for racing in the Tour of California, starting next weekend in his hometown of Santa Rosa. Leipheimer says he still has leg pain after a car hit him during a training ride in Spain. Soccer, the Earthquakes are in Vancouver for a match tomorrow. And San Jose State University's football team will reportedly move from the Western Athletic Conference to the Mountain West, as of the 2013 season.