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The Washington Times
Ninth Planned Parenthood video fuels accusations of extensive lawbreakingThe takeaway moment from the latest fetal tissue video comes when a woman ident
Ninth Planned Parenthood video fuels accusations of extensive lawbreaking
The Washington Times / Posted 3 hours ago
The takeaway moment from the latest fetal tissue video comes when a woman identified as Advanced BioScience Resources’s Perrin Larton recounts cases in which the fetus “just fell out” during an abortion procedure. Depending on what happened next,... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
Raiders place Watson on injured reserveALAMEDA -- Raiders right tackle Menelik Watson's season is officially over afte
Raiders place Watson on injured reserve
Inside Bay Area / Posted 4 hours ago
ALAMEDA -- Raiders right tackle Menelik Watson's season is officially over after the team placed him on injured reserve Tuesday. That was one of several moves by the Raiders as they trimmed their roster to the league-mandated 75 players. They have... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Raiders place Watson on injured reserveALAMEDA -- Raiders right tackle Menelik Watson's season is officially over afte
Raiders place Watson on injured reserve
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 4 hours ago
ALAMEDA -- Raiders right tackle Menelik Watson's season is officially over after the team placed him on injured reserve Tuesday. That was one of several moves by the Raiders as they trimmed their roster to the league-mandated 75 players. They have... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Raiders place Watson on injured reserveALAMEDA -- Raiders right tackle Menelik Watson's season is officially over afte
Raiders place Watson on injured reserve
Oakland Tribune / Posted 5 hours ago
ALAMEDA -- Raiders right tackle Menelik Watson's season is officially over after the team placed him on injured reserve Tuesday. That was one of several moves by the Raiders as they trimmed their roster to the league-mandated 75 players. They have... Read more
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Pleasanton Weekly
Volunteers needed to help on Coastal Cleanup DayCoastal Cleanup Day, the largest annual volunteer event in the state, will take
Volunteers needed to help on Coastal Cleanup Day
Pleasanton Weekly / Posted 5 hours ago
Coastal Cleanup Day, the largest annual volunteer event in the state, will take place Saturday, Sept. 19. The program's "LuvTheBay" campaign is encouraging Pleasanton and other Tri-Valley residents to participate in Alameda County cleanup events,... Read more
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The Daily Review
Local Happenings: Danville's Museum on Main's "Journey Stories" on displayInside and Out: Plein Air and Studio Works -- Noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday through
Local Happenings: Danville's Museum on Main's "Journey Stories" on display
The Daily Review / Posted 7 hours ago
Inside and Out: Plein Air and Studio Works -- Noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. This exhibit features recent works by seven Bay Area artists who paint together for inspiration and challenge. The pieces are begun... Read more
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The Daily Review
Around Livermore: Valley Performing Arts Center to honor Haggerty at clambakeThe Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center (LVPAC) helps keep art alive in the
Around Livermore: Valley Performing Arts Center to honor Haggerty at clambake
The Daily Review / Posted 7 hours ago
The Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center (LVPAC) helps keep art alive in the community. Between the Bankhead Theater, the Bothwell Arts Center and Downtown Art Studios, LVPAC offers a visual arts trifecta that propels Livermore's downtown art... Read more
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The Daily Review
Pleasanton: Citizen panels need commissionersPleasanton and its surrounding cities are filled with civic-minded volunteers o
Pleasanton: Citizen panels need commissioners
The Daily Review / Posted 7 hours ago
Pleasanton and its surrounding cities are filled with civic-minded volunteers of all types, but for sheer impact, few positions can rival the work being done by members of the city's citizen commissions. Whether studying the best options for... Read more
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The Daily Review
Local Happenings: Danville's Museum on Main's 'Journey Stories' on displayInside and Out: Plein Air and Studio Works -- Noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday through
Local Happenings: Danville's Museum on Main's 'Journey Stories' on display
The Daily Review / Posted 7 hours ago
Inside and Out: Plein Air and Studio Works -- Noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. This exhibit features recent works by seven Bay Area artists who paint together for inspiration and challenge. The pieces are begun... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Jurors convict two defendants, force mistrial as to two others, in fatal 2012 Oakland shootoutOAKLAND -- Two alleged gang members have been convicted of murder of their frie
Jurors convict two defendants, force mistrial as to two others, in fatal 2012 Oakland shootout
The Fremont Argus / Posted 8 hours ago
OAKLAND -- Two alleged gang members have been convicted of murder of their friend's death during an 2012 shootout where more than 130 rounds were exchanged across a residential street in East Oakland. After 10 days of deliberations, an Alameda... Read more
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The Mercury News
Dr. Frank Staggers Jr.: California tobacco bill will save lives, dollarsRaise the age to buy cigarettes from 18 to 21, making it harder for young peopl
Dr. Frank Staggers Jr.: California tobacco bill will save lives, dollars
The Mercury News / Posted 8 hours ago
Raise the age to buy cigarettes from 18 to 21, making it harder for young people to become daily smokers at an age when research shows their brains are more prone to lifelong addictions. New research from the National Institute for Health shows that... Read more
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KIII Corpus Christi
Work Crews Begin Repairing Sinkhole on Louisiana, AlamedaWork crews have begun repairing a large sinkhole that formed Monday afternoon a
Work Crews Begin Repairing Sinkhole on Louisiana, Alameda
KIII Corpus Christi / Posted 8 hours ago
Work crews have begun repairing a large sinkhole that formed Monday afternoon at the intersection of Louisiana and Alameda. The road will remain closed until it is fixed. The sinkhole was formed by a washout from a broken water main and measures the... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Hayward: Free bidding workshops for contractorsHAYWARD -- A free series of workshops is being offered to help construction con
Hayward: Free bidding workshops for contractors
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 9 hours ago
HAYWARD -- A free series of workshops is being offered to help construction contractors improve their competitiveness in bidding on public works projects. The Construction Contractors Academy will have four Saturday sessions beginning Sept. 12.... Read more
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The Daily Review
Free bidding workshops for contractorsHAYWARD -- A free series of workshops is being offered to help construction con
Free bidding workshops for contractors
The Daily Review / Posted 9 hours ago
HAYWARD -- A free series of workshops is being offered to help construction contractors improve their competitiveness in bidding on public works projects. The Construction Contractors Academy will have four Saturday sessions beginning Sept. 12.... Read more
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KSBW Salinas
30 Calif. bail bonds agents arrested in 'Operation Bail Out'Thirty bail bonds agents across five San Francisco Bay Area counties were arres
30 Calif. bail bonds agents arrested in 'Operation Bail Out'
KSBW Salinas / Posted 10 hours ago
Thirty bail bonds agents across five San Francisco Bay Area counties were arrested by law enforcement officers with the California Department of Insurance and the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office and are being charged with numerous... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
Alameda Count: Truancy court works to keep children in schoolOAKLAND -- Alameda County prosecutor Teresa Drenick weaved between a drove of p
Alameda Count: Truancy court works to keep children in school
Inside Bay Area / Posted 10 hours ago
OAKLAND -- Alameda County prosecutor Teresa Drenick weaved between a drove of parents huddled in a third-floor courtroom, hugging some, consoling others, grinning at a baby in a stroller and searching for a translator who spoke Punjabi. Beneath the... Read more
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KMPH - KFRE Central San Joaquin Valley
California Bail Agents In Trouble With The LawThirty bail agents in five California counties are accused of illegal business
California Bail Agents In Trouble With The Law
KMPH - KFRE Central San Joaquin Valley / Posted 10 hours ago
Thirty bail agents in five California counties are accused of illegal business practices. Charges include employing a felon as a bounty hunter. The Department of Insurance says the case is focused on Aladdin Bail Bonds, Luna Bail Bonds, Bail... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Truancy court works to keep children in schoolOAKLAND -- Alameda County prosecutor Teresa Drenick weaved between a drove of p
Truancy court works to keep children in school
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 10 hours ago
OAKLAND -- Alameda County prosecutor Teresa Drenick weaved between a drove of parents huddled in a third-floor courtroom, hugging some, consoling others, grinning at a baby in a stroller and searching for a translator who spoke Punjabi. Beneath the... Read more
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KTVU 2 San Francisco
Burned Chihuahua settles into new lifeRelated Stories ALAMEDA, Calif. (KTVU) – KTVU has followed the health journey
Burned Chihuahua settles into new life
KTVU 2 San Francisco / Posted 11 hours ago
Related Stories ALAMEDA, Calif. (KTVU) – KTVU has followed the health journey of a Chihuahua who was tortured, burned and then dropped off at an animal shelter. Fireman, re-named Buddy, was just a few weeks old when he was left at the Antioch... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Oakland mechanic pleads not guilty to murdering man in AprilOAKLAND - A 63-year-old mechanic pleaded not guilty today to a murder charge st
Oakland mechanic pleads not guilty to murdering man in April
Oakland Tribune / Posted 12 hours ago
OAKLAND - A 63-year-old mechanic pleaded not guilty today to a murder charge stemming from the fatal shooting of a man in East Oakland in April. Michael Herbert Horace, who is charged in the shooting death of 51-year-old Tass Jackson of Oakland in... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Two suspects plead not guilty to murdering man in mayOAKLAND - Two suspects pleaded not guilty today to special circumstances murder
Two suspects plead not guilty to murdering man in may
Oakland Tribune / Posted 12 hours ago
OAKLAND - Two suspects pleaded not guilty today to special circumstances murder for the fatal shooting of a 38-year-old man in Oakland's Fruitvale district in May. Vicente Prado-Rodriguez, 20, and Cinthia Gabriel-Martinez, 19, are charged for the... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Guest commentary: Golden State is not so golden for its at-risk childrenIs the Golden State "golden" for kids? According to a recent study by the Anni
Guest commentary: Golden State is not so golden for its at-risk children
Oakland Tribune / Posted 12 hours ago
Is the Golden State "golden" for kids? According to a recent study by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, California ranks 38th in the nation when it comes to the well"being of its children. Researchers estimate that 23 percent -- almost one of every... Read more
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Minda News
Lumad school director, 2 others killed in Lianga, Surigao SurDAVAO CITY (MindaNews / 1 Sept) – The executive director of an alternative lear
Lumad school director, 2 others killed in Lianga, Surigao Sur
Minda News / Posted 12 hours ago
DAVAO CITY (MindaNews / 1 Sept) – The executive director of an alternative learning center for Indigenous Peoples (Lumads) and two other members were killed allegedly by paramilitary elements at 4 a.m. Tuesday in Lianga, Surigao del Sur,... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Man killed by Oakland police tied to stalking case, goose killingOAKLAND -- A man fatally shot last week by a police officer he was reportedly a
Man killed by Oakland police tied to stalking case, goose killing
The Fremont Argus / Posted 15 hours ago
OAKLAND -- A man fatally shot last week by a police officer he was reportedly attacking with a chain was identified Monday as Yonas Alehegne, a transient recently convicted for terrorizing an Oakland homeless shelter aide and killing a goose near... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Oakland police officer hospitalized after fatally shooting assailantOAKLAND -- A police officer fatally shot a man after he reportedly attacked and
Oakland police officer hospitalized after fatally shooting assailant
The Fremont Argus / Posted 15 hours ago
OAKLAND -- A police officer fatally shot a man after he reportedly attacked and seriously wounded her Thursday morning in the Adams Point neighborhood, police said. The officer was hospitalized after the incident at 8:37 a.m., in the intersection of... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
Bay Area vineyards withstanding impacts of drought, for nowLIVERMORE -- As winemakers gathered last week at a "Blessing of the Grapes" eve
Bay Area vineyards withstanding impacts of drought, for now
Inside Bay Area / Posted 15 hours ago
LIVERMORE -- As winemakers gathered last week at a "Blessing of the Grapes" event marking the start of another harvest, the Rev. Steve Wilde noted that Jesus' first miracle at the Wedding at Cana was turning water into wine. While the 2015 vintage... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Bay Area vineyards withstanding impacts of drought, for nowLIVERMORE -- As winemakers gathered last week at a "Blessing of the Grapes" eve
Bay Area vineyards withstanding impacts of drought, for now
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 15 hours ago
LIVERMORE -- As winemakers gathered last week at a "Blessing of the Grapes" event marking the start of another harvest, the Rev. Steve Wilde noted that Jesus' first miracle at the Wedding at Cana was turning water into wine. While the 2015 vintage... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Five Bay Area counties involved in bail agent sweep that led to more than 30 arrestsSAN JOSE -- The largest sweep ever by the Department of Insurance last week res
Five Bay Area counties involved in bail agent sweep that led to more than 30 arrests
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 15 hours ago
SAN JOSE -- The largest sweep ever by the Department of Insurance last week resulted in the arrest of 30 bail agents from across five Northern California counties on suspicion of numerous felonies for illegal business practices, including employing a... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Kate Steinle family to file claim against San Francisco Sheriff, ICE and Bureau of Land ManagementSAN FRANCISCO -- The family of Kate Steinle plans to file a claim Tuesday again
Kate Steinle family to file claim against San Francisco Sheriff, ICE and Bureau of Land Management
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 15 hours ago
SAN FRANCISCO -- The family of Kate Steinle plans to file a claim Tuesday against San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi, the Bureau of Land Management and Immigration and Customs Enforcement to hold the them accountable for the woman's death in July... Read more
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The Daily Review
Kate Steinle family to file claim against San Francisco Sheriff, ICE and Bureau of Land ManagementSAN FRANCISCO -- The family of Kate Steinle plans to file a claim Tuesday again
Kate Steinle family to file claim against San Francisco Sheriff, ICE and Bureau of Land Management
The Daily Review / Posted 15 hours ago
SAN FRANCISCO -- The family of Kate Steinle plans to file a claim Tuesday against San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi, the Bureau of Land Management and Immigration and Customs Enforcement to hold the them accountable for the woman's death in July... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Five Bay Area counties involved in bail agent sweep that led to more than 30 arrestsSAN JOSE -- The largest sweep ever by the Department of Insurance last week res
Five Bay Area counties involved in bail agent sweep that led to more than 30 arrests
Oakland Tribune / Posted 16 hours ago
SAN JOSE -- The largest sweep ever by the Department of Insurance last week resulted in the arrest of 30 bail agents from across five Northern California counties on suspicion of numerous felonies for illegal business practices, including employing a... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Kate Steinle family to file claim against San Francisco Sheriff, ICE and Bureau of Land ManagementSAN FRANCISCO -- The family of Kate Steinle plans to file a claim Tuesday again
Kate Steinle family to file claim against San Francisco Sheriff, ICE and Bureau of Land Management
The Fremont Argus / Posted 16 hours ago
SAN FRANCISCO -- The family of Kate Steinle plans to file a claim Tuesday against San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi, the Bureau of Land Management and Immigration and Customs Enforcement to hold the them accountable for the woman's death in July... Read more
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KATU Portland
Portland Public Schools working to get all buildings earthquake-safe, challenged by fundingSchool is usually a safe place for children. But, what if a major earthquake h
Portland Public Schools working to get all buildings earthquake-safe, challenged by funding
KATU Portland / Posted 17 hours ago
School is usually a safe place for children. But, what if a major earthquake hits the Northwest while students are at school? How safe are the buildings that they spend one-third of their time in? Portland Public Schools is ahead of the game in some... Read more
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Covers.com
Cardinals seek better protection for Palmer -TEMPE, Ariz. -- The Arizona Cardinals continue to tinker with the offensive lin
Cardinals seek better protection for Palmer -
Covers.com / Posted 18 hours ago
TEMPE, Ariz. -- The Arizona Cardinals continue to tinker with the offensive line, hoping they can find a combination that can adequately protect quarterback Carson Palmer. Palmer was sacked three times in one half against the Raiders Sunday. Both... Read more
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Bulatlat.com
Deadly rampage | Lumad school head, 2 Manobo leaders killed in Surigao Sur « BulatlatSlain Mapasu chairperson Dionel Campos, in foreground (Contributed photo by E.P
Deadly rampage | Lumad school head, 2 Manobo leaders killed in Surigao Sur « Bulatlat
Bulatlat.com / Posted 22 hours ago
Slain Mapasu chairperson Dionel Campos, in foreground (Contributed photo by E.Pangilinan/Bulatlat.com) Paramilitary groups, suspected of collusion with the military, have killed five people in five days, and caused massive forced evacuation. MANILA... Read more
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Irish Central
Berkeley balcony survivors' families battle insurance companies for medical careDubliner, Aoife Beary, who was celebrating her 21st birthday when tragedy struc
Berkeley balcony survivors' families battle insurance companies for medical care
Irish Central / Posted yesterday
Dubliner, Aoife Beary, who was celebrating her 21st birthday when tragedy struck, has had successful heart surgery but suffered serious head injuries. Photo by: Facebook The families of the Irish J-1 students who survived the balcony collapse in... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
30 bail agents arrested in 5 Northern California countiesOfficials say they have arrested 30 bail agents in five Northern California cou
30 bail agents arrested in 5 Northern California counties
The Sacramento Bee / Posted yesterday
Officials say they have arrested 30 bail agents in five Northern California counties on suspicion of numerous felonies for illegal business practices, including employing a felon as a bounty hunter. The Department of Insurance said Monday the arrest... Read more
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KMPH - KFRE Central San Joaquin Valley
30 bail agents arrested in 5 Northern California countiesSAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - Officials say they have arrested 30 bail agents in five
30 bail agents arrested in 5 Northern California counties
KMPH - KFRE Central San Joaquin Valley / Posted yesterday
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - Officials say they have arrested 30 bail agents in five Northern California counties on suspicion of numerous felonies for illegal business practices, including employing a felon as a bounty hunter. The Department of... Read more
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KTVN Reno
30 bail agents arrested in 5 Northern California countiesSAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - Officials say they have arrested 30 bail agents in five
30 bail agents arrested in 5 Northern California counties
KTVN Reno / Posted yesterday
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - Officials say they have arrested 30 bail agents in five Northern California counties on suspicion of numerous felonies for illegal business practices, including employing a felon as a bounty hunter. The Department of... Read more
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KOB 4 Albuquerque
Video On Demand, Albuquerque News Video, New Mexico News VideoAmber Alert issued for Taos boy; state police say mother possibly fled with him
Video On Demand, Albuquerque News Video, New Mexico News Video
KOB 4 Albuquerque / Posted yesterday
Amber Alert issued for Taos boy; state police say mother possibly fled with him St. Pius soccer looks to Limon, new head coach in pursuit of 3rd-straight state title Chaves Co. deputies cracking down on tinted windshields Lawmakers to discuss... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
Raiders release Trent RichardsonALAMEDA -- The Raiders took a chance on Trent Richardson to see if they could m
Raiders release Trent Richardson
Inside Bay Area / Posted yesterday
ALAMEDA -- The Raiders took a chance on Trent Richardson to see if they could muster any production out of the former No. 3 overall pick. That didn't happen, and the team moved on Monday when, according to ESPN, the Raiders released the running... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Raiders release Trent RichardsonALAMEDA -- The Raiders took a chance on Trent Richardson to see if they could m
Raiders release Trent Richardson
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted yesterday
ALAMEDA -- The Raiders took a chance on Trent Richardson to see if they could muster any production out of the former No. 3 overall pick. That didn't happen, and the team moved on Monday when, according to ESPN, the Raiders released the running... Read more
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The Daily Review
Raiders release Trent RichardsonALAMEDA -- The Raiders took a chance on Trent Richardson to see if they could m
Raiders release Trent Richardson
The Daily Review / Posted yesterday
ALAMEDA -- The Raiders took a chance on Trent Richardson to see if they could muster any production out of the former No. 3 overall pick. That didn't happen, and the team moved on Monday when, according to ESPN, the Raiders released the running... Read more
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KOB 4 Albuquerque
Video On Demand, Albuquerque News Video, New Mexico News VideoNew extended-stay hotel opening in downtown ABQ to cater to film biz, corporate
Video On Demand, Albuquerque News Video, New Mexico News Video
KOB 4 Albuquerque / Posted yesterday
New extended-stay hotel opening in downtown ABQ to cater to film biz, corporate visitors Wiggins to pull double duty as receiver and return specialist for Lobos Lawmakers to discuss impeaching NM official accused of fraud Talks renewed about... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
Man Killed By OPD Had Prior Arrest for Strangling GooseA man who was shot and killed by police in a confrontation near Lake Merritt la
Man Killed By OPD Had Prior Arrest for Strangling Goose
NBC Bay Area / Posted yesterday
A man who was shot and killed by police in a confrontation near Lake Merritt last week had previously been arrested on suspicion of stalking a woman and decapitating a goose, according to court documents. Officers identified the man as 30-year-old... Read more
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KTVU 2 San Francisco
Man fatally shot by officer was arrested for decapitating goose, stalking womanRelated Stories OAKLAND, Calif. (BCN) -- A man who was shot and killed by poli
Man fatally shot by officer was arrested for decapitating goose, stalking woman
KTVU 2 San Francisco / Posted yesterday
Related Stories OAKLAND, Calif. (BCN) -- A man who was shot and killed by police in a confrontation near Lake Merritt last week had previously been arrested on suspicion of stalking a woman and decapitating a goose, according to court... Read more
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KOB 4 Albuquerque
Video On Demand, Albuquerque News Video, New Mexico News VideoWiggins to pull double duty as receiver and return specialist for Lobos Lawmak
Video On Demand, Albuquerque News Video, New Mexico News Video
KOB 4 Albuquerque / Posted yesterday
Wiggins to pull double duty as receiver and return specialist for Lobos Lawmakers to discuss impeaching NM official accused of fraud Talks renewed about dividing APS into multiple districts APS superintendent resigns, will receive $80K settlement... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Local minor league baseball statsHitter Team League Class AVG. HR RBI Anthony Aliotti (SMC/DLS) Midland (A's) T
Local minor league baseball stats
Oakland Tribune / Posted yesterday
Hitter Team League Class AVG. HR RBI Anthony Aliotti (SMC/DLS) Midland (A's) Texas AA .307 3 16 Lars Anderson (Cal) Tulsa (Dodgers) Texas AA .254 14 61 Alex Blandino (Stanford/St. Francis) Pensacola (Reds) Southern AA .202 2 12 B.J. Boyd (Palo... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Two reputed gang members convicted of murder in 2012 shootingOAKLAND -- Two reputed gang members were convicted Monday of one count of first
Two reputed gang members convicted of murder in 2012 shooting
Oakland Tribune / Posted yesterday
OAKLAND -- Two reputed gang members were convicted Monday of one count of first-degree murder and one count of attempted murder for their part in a wild shootout at a birthday party in East Oakland three years ago that claimed one man's life. But... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Bay Area vineyards withstanding impacts of drought, for nowLIVERMORE -- As winemakers gathered last week at a "Blessing of the Grapes" eve
Bay Area vineyards withstanding impacts of drought, for now
The Fremont Argus / Posted yesterday
LIVERMORE -- As winemakers gathered last week at a "Blessing of the Grapes" event marking the start of another harvest, the Rev. Steve Wilde noted that Jesus' first miracle at the Wedding at Cana was turning water into wine. While the 2015 vintage... Read more
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