STANFORD, Calif. —Stanford assistant coach and four-time Pro Bowl defensive lineman Chester McGlockton has died.

    The school said Wednesday that McGlockton died overnight. He was 42. The cause of death was not immediately announced.

    "Everyone in the Stanford Football family is deeply saddened by the passing of Chester McGlockton," Stanford coach David Shaw said in a statement. "For the past two seasons, Chester has been a valuable member of our football staff and a wonderful friend to us all. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Chester's wife Zina and their two children."

    A native of Whiteville, N.C., McGlockton starred at Clemson before being selected 16th overall by the Los Angeles Raiders in 1992. He played 12 seasons in the NFL with the Raiders, Kansas City Chiefs, Denver Broncos and New York Jets. He made all four of his Pro Bowl appearances while with the Raiders from 1994-1997.

    McGlockton's best season came in 1994, when he had a career-high 9 1/2 sacks with three

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  • Matt Maxion, Special for Y! Local

    If you haven't had seaweed on a hotdog yet, you need to try out Doggy-Style Hotdogs in Alameda. This newly opened hotdog shop is nestled inside Alameda's historic Park Street.

    View more photos of hot dogs.

    Milton Pang and Mike Pang, an uncle-nephew duo, are the ones who own and run the shop. They take the simple concept of a hotdog and subvert our expectation by adding distinct Asian flavors to some of their original hotdogs like their Dogzilla, which is a bratwurst with teriyaki sauce, Japanese mayo and dried seaweed.

    "It's kinda like a sushi on a bun," Mike said. "It's got all the fillings of the sushi, but it's got the twist of the dog."

    Both owners have been in the restaurant business for many years. According to Milton, their family's background focused on Chinese cuisine. But when they decided to open up a hotdog shop in Alameda, they wanted to incorporate Asian fusion into the dogs without being passé.

    "We try to get away from that sweet

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  • KTVU

    SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — A man who was saved from a burning vehicle in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood early Monday morning was found to have allegedly been driving under the influence, a police spokesman said.

    View a video of the scene.

    A cab driver, two Good Samaritans and a San Francisco police officer braved intense flames to pulling the injured driver from a car that had burst into fireball moments after it had crashed into a light pole, authorities said.

    San Francisco police Capt. John J. Feeney said his agency received several 911 calls reporting at crash near the corner of Folsom and 12th Streets at 1:37 a.m.

    Arriving officers found a chaotic scene. A cab driver and a group of Good Samaritans were using a toppled street sign to attempt to bash open the car's windows and free the injured driver.

    Peter Sellars, a San Francisco resident who witnessed the crash, said the vehicle was visibly leaking fuel before it exploded into a fireball.

    "The gasoline, you could see

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