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Can't-Miss Stories of the Week

Did you get a glimpse of the SF Giants' World Series Trophy? Do you live near the site of the armed robbery in Pacifica? Weigh in on some of this week's top stories.

There's never a dull week along the Peninsula, but even some of these stories had us saying, "Wow!"

Man Arrested in Indecent Exposure Case

A quick-thinking woman whom the suspect had just exposed himself to, was able to get the license plate number of the car he was driving and called Belmont police. The same man is suspected of exposing himself to another woman on Jan. 20.

 

Pacifica Police Arrest Two Men Accused in Armed Robbery

The man told officers he had met with an acquaintance at that person's home in the Manor Area of Pacifica, who was later joined by two other men.

The acquaintance then allegedly displayed a semiautomatic handgun and demanded money and property from the victim, according to police.

 

Giants World Series Trophy Comes to Redwood City

Check out the photos and video of fans having their photo taken with the 2010 and 2012 World Series championship trophies, created by Tiffany & Co. Fans also showed their support by making donations to the Junior Giants youth baseball program.

 

Police Arrest Burlingame Teens After Alleged DUI Crash

A crash between two Burlingame teens—both suspected of drunken driving—triggered a power outage and flooding in San Mateo on Wednesday night, according to the Police Department.

 

Tesla Motors CEO To Speak About Overseeing Three Firms at Once

Tesla Motors, PayPal, SpaceX, SolarCity... Entrepreneur and Innovation leader Elon Musk spoke at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View Tuesda about his life, from his South African roots to his success as a Silicon Valley entrepreneur.

 

Stanford Researchers Discover Cause of Sudden Cardiac Death

When a young athlete dies unexpectedly on the basketball court or the football field, it’s both shocking and tragic. Now Stanford University School of Medicine researchers have, for the first time, identified the molecular basis for a condition called hypertrophic cardiomyopathy that is the most common cause for this type of sudden cardiac death.

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