ROLLING STONES CONCERTS SET FOR SAN JOSE, OAKLAND: NEW YORK (AP) — Call it satisfaction: The Rolling Stones have announced a nine-city tour.
The veteran rockers said Wednesday their "50 and Counting" tour will kick off in Los Angeles at the Staples Center. The date will be announced later.
The second show is in Oakland on May 5. The tour will also visit San Jose ; Las Vegas; Anaheim; Toronto; Chicago; and Boston. The tour ends June 18 in Philadelphia.
Tickets for Oakland, San Jose, Toronto and Chicago go on sale April 8. Ticket sales for the other cities will be announced later.
The band will also headline the Glastonbury Festival on June 29 and will perform at London's Hyde Park on July 6.
Former band mate Mick Taylor, who was a member of the Rolling Stones from 1969 through 1974, will be a special guest throughout the tour.
The foursome celebrated their 50 anniversary late last year, playing five sold-out shows in New York, New Jersey and London. Special guests included Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga, the Black Keys and Mary J. Blige.
ROBBERY SUSPECT ARRESTED THANKS TO TELLER TRACKING: REDWOOD CITY (AP) — Authorities say a suspect in the robbery of a Redwood City bank is in custody thanks to a teller who followed the suspect after the heist and kept police updated by phone.
San Mateo County prosecutors say 27-year-old Marco Antonio Rubio-Baez is behind bars after he was arrested for allegedly robbing a First Republic Bank branch of about $4,000 on Monday.
Chief Deputy District Attorney Karen Guidotti says after a teller turned over the cash, the teller triggered the security alarm and then followed Rubio-Baez on foot about three blocks to a train station in downtown Redwood City.
With cell phone updates provided by the teller as he followed, Guidotti says officers arrived and arrested Rubio-Baez near the station.
Rubio-Baez is being held in lieu of $100,000 bail after pleading not guilty in the case on Tuesday.
Calif. woman convicted in boiling water attack
REDWOOD CITY, Calif. (AP) — A Northern California woman is facing 16 years to life behind bars after being convicted of killing her ex-husband by dousing him with scalding water.
San Mateo County prosecutors say 41-year-old Jesusa Ursonal Tatad pleaded no contest to second-degree murder on Wednesday. She is scheduled to be sentenced May 17.
Tatad and her ex-husband, 36-year-old Ronnie Tatad, shared a Daly City apartment. Prosecutors say she pulled back the blankets while he slept on Nov. 26, 2011, and threw a pot of boiling water on him.
They say she was upset because she believed he was seeing another woman.
The San Mateo County Times reports (http://bit.ly/ZAlm2T ) that Ronnie Tatad died about two weeks later of a blood infection connected to his burns.