• In this photo taken Monday, Sept. 26, 2016, is the Millennium Tower in San Francisco. The 58-story building has gained notoriety in recent weeks as the "leaning tower of San Francisco." It's not just leaning. It's sinking, too. And engineers hired to assess the problem say it shows no immediate sign of stopping. The sleek, mirrored high-rise that opened in 2009 as a haven for the city's well-heeled has sunk 16 inches and is leaning at least 2 inches toward other skyscrapers in the crowded downtown financial district. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

    Tilting, sinking San Francisco high-rise raises alarm

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Pamela Buttery noticed something peculiar six years ago while practicing golf putting in her 57th-floor apartment at the luxurious Millennium Tower. The ball kept veering to the same corner of her living room.

  • File - In this June 30, 2011 file photo is an exterior view of San Jose State University in San Jose, Calif. When a water polo player at San Jose State was accused of sexually assaulting two women over Labor Day weekend, the university acted decisively. The athlete was moved from his freshman dorm into a staff housing facility, temporarily suspended and barred from campus. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, File)

    Campus sex assaults stir debate on when to alert students

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — When a student athlete at San Jose State University in California was accused of sexually assaulting two women at an off-campus party over Labor Day weekend, school officials acted decisively.