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Camp Fire: PG&E found bullet holes in Butte County power pole, fallen hook, other damage at transmission tower | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 12, 2018
The cause of the lethal blaze in Butte County, which broke out Nov. 8 and effectively destroyed the town of Paradise, is still under investigation by state fire experts, and the focus includes PG&E's Caribou-Palermo electrical transmission line and a power pole that's part of the company's Big B...
Community grapples with teacher’s death in Redwood City police shooting | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
Family, friends, and schools are mourning and trying to make sense of the death Monday of teacher Kyle Hart, the father of a newborn daughter who reportedly tried to kill himself with a knife then charged at a Redwood City police officer who fatally shot him.
Half Moon Bay man killed in Highway 1 collision | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
The driver of the F-150 was not wearing a seatbelt and died of his injuries at the scene, according to the CHP.
Opinion: How Bay Area park district meddled in November election | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
To win support for tax measure, the district created an operation straight out of a political consultant’s playbook – and at public expense.
Pair charged with trafficking meth/heroin from Mexico to Bay Area | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
OAKLAND — Two Bay Area residents are facing 20 years in federal prison for allegedly trafficking meth and heroin they were acquiring from a source in Mexico, according to court records. Dennis Magana and Vanessa Cabrerra were charged with conspiracy to distribute controlled substances. If conv...
Feds charge pair with firearms trafficking in East Bay | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
OAKLAND — Federal prosecutors charged two East Bay residents with conspiracy to deal firearms without a license, following an investigation by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms. Aneth “Netty” Sandoval and David Shahbazpour were indicted in November on the conspiracy char...
Suspicious device found in Hayward; bomb squad investigating | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
Hayward police shut down Gading Road after the device was found Tuesday morning.
San Jose woman, 97, identified as person killed in car crash | Mercury News
Mercury News | December 11, 2018
The Santa Clara County Medical Examiner-Coroner's Office identified a 97-year-old San Jose woman as the person who was killed Saturday morning in a two-car crash on South Jackson Avenue.
‘Tsunami’ fish shows up in Monterey Bay | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
An exotic “tsunami fish” has been hanging out near the Monterey breakwater wall off San Carlos Beach, for the past month.
West Edge Opera finds new home in Oakland, sets 2019 season | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
West Edge Opera will perform three works, including "Threepenny Opera" and "Breaking the Waves," at Oakland's Bridge Yard Building.
Police investigating bomb threat at Facebook campus | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
At least one building at 200 Jefferson Drive has been evacuated, according to Menlo Park police.
Man injured in East Oakland shooting | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
A man was in stable condition after he was shot Tuesday morning in East Oakland.
San Jose pays $500K settlement to man shot by police in 2015 | Mercury News
Mercury News | December 11, 2018
Ronald Wood reportedly tried to wrest shotgun out of patrol car; attorney argues officer knew weapon wasn't loaded, should have waited for backup.
Letter: All of Caltrain’s bike car designs have same flaw | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
I have been looking forward to the new electrified Caltrain system. Unfortunately...
Letter: Efforts put food on table for thousands in Alameda | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
Kudos to Alameda Scouts who collected food for the Food Bank on Nov. 17 with help from the Coast Guard, Red Cross, Elks and Rotary.
California rules mean windshield washer fluid can freeze in mountains: Roadshow | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
To avoid having your windshield fluid freezing, buy pre-mixed AWWF winter formula that protects to zero degrees or something similar.
Gas leak forces evacuations in Emeryville | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
The gas leak likely was caused by a vehicle crashing into a building, officials say. San Pablo Avenue and several other streets in the area were closed.
Houseboat in Brentwood damaged by fire | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
Fire damaged a houseboat in Brentwood on Tuesday morning. There were no immediate reports of injuries.
Does Stephen Curry really think moon landing was a fake? | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
Warriors star guard reveals during a podcast he believes there's reason to doubt man has ever walked on the moon.
See San Jose’s new tiny homes for homeless residents | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
If everything goes according to plan, San Jose should have 80 tiny homes ready by the summer to house formerly homeless people while they get back on their feet.
Oakland files lawsuit against Raiders, NFL | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
On Tuesday, City Attorney Barbara Parker said she will a federal antitrust lawsuit against the team and the league, a suit city leaders hope could net millions in damages and pay off the approximately $80 million in debt remaining from renovations at the Coliseum.
Contra Costa County: 2018’s most spectacular holiday lights of the season | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
Looking for the best Christmas light displays? Here are some of the best from Antioch and beyond
The SF Bay Area Peninsula: 2018’s most dazzling holiday light displays | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
Looking for the best Christmas light displays? Here's a sampling from San Carlos and beyond
Esa-Pekka Salonen bringing brain trust to SF Symphony — here’s who’s on board | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
Esa-Pekka Salonen has assembled a team of cutting-edge artists to advise him at SF Symphony -- here's who's on it and what they bring to the table.
First look inside Benchmark Pizzeria in Oakland | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
A neighborhood pizzeria in one of the East Bay's smallest towns expands to Oakland, maintaining its cozy feel and surprising menu. Here's what it's like inside.
Big rigs collide in fatal crash on Interstate 580 | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
The crash happened around 12:35 p.m. in the westbound direction near Fallon Road
Thrown out of office, ex-judge beseeches supporters to help pay $135,000 debt by end of year | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
In an email titled "A Final Ask,'' former Superior Court Judge Aaron Persky implores supporters to dig into their pockets one last time, otherwise he will be forced to pay the debt himself because he has no money left to draw on in his campaign coffers.
Letter: Trump uneasy sitting by statesmen he’d insulted | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
Worse, he was witnessing the lavish praise being bestowed upon a respected and beloved hero.
Former El Cerrito football standout, who played in NFL, commits suicide | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
Rod Jones, who starred at the University of Washington and played three seasons in the NFL, died Dec. 8. He was 54.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai heads to Capitol Hill to address bias charges | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
Google CEO Sundar Pichai will seek to refute claims of liberal bias at the online giant when he testifies on Capitol Hill on Tuesday.
Alameda County: 2018’s most dazzling holiday light displays | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
Looking for the best homes lit up for Christmas? Here's a sampling from Alameda and Oakland to Livermore.
Santa Clara County: 2018’s most dazzling holiday light displays | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
Looking for the best Christmas light displays? Here's a sampling from Los Gatos and beyond.
Almaden Plaza’s rooftop holiday lights are a no show this year | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
The season isn't brighter at Almaden Plaza Shopping Center in South San Jose, which doesn't have its traditional holiday light display up this year.
Homelessness in the Bay Area — it’s worse than we thought | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
There were an estimated 25,925 people living without homes in the Bay Area last year -- far more than officially reported, according to a Zillow analysis.
2019 SF Beer Week opening gala tickets go on sale | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
The 10-day SF Bay Area beer festival unfolds this February, and tickets for the always-sold-out opening gala just went on sale. Here's how to get yours.
Contra Costa libraries to toss out fines for overdue materials | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
"Families are staying away from the library because it's simply too expensive for them," said county library director Melinda Cervantes.
Ghost Ship defendants ask for landlord’s, fire officials arrest for deadly fire | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
The defense team for Derick Almena and Max Harris filed a motion to compel the prosecution to arrest the landlord and other city workers for the Ghost Ship fire.
ConFire debuts new training structure on old Naval Weapons Station grounds | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
"We can simulate all the situations they're going to see," Lon Goetsch, the Assistant Fire Chief in Charge of Fire Training, said
Slightly somber ‘Mary Poppins’ settles in for holidays at SF Playhouse | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
A strong cast buoys the musical "Mary Poppins," playing at SF Playhouse through Jan. 12.
The Bay Area’s best holiday lights, county by county | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
Here are the most spectacular Christmas light displays in Alameda, Contra Costa and Santa Clara counties.
Bay Area Preps HQ newsletter: Dec. 10, 2018 | Mercury News
Mercury News | December 11, 2018
What's next for De La Salle after Mater Dei loss? Liberty, Wilcox bounce back; Troy Franklin leads M-A and more
14 long-lived Bay Area restaurants we said goodbye to in 2018 | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
From Berkeley's Brennan's and Campbell's El Burro to Redwood City's John Bentley's, some of the San Francisco Bay Area's oldest and favorite restaurants closed their doors this year. Here's why.
In Oakland, a radical approach to housing shortage | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
A nascent Oakland nonprofit is hoping to use collective ownership to tackle the housing crisis and keep buildings permanently affordable.
Aging headlights pose risk for motorists and pedestrians, AAA says | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
New research from AAA suggests that a lot of motorists are driving at night with aging headlights that barely illuminate the road, increasing the risk of collisions, including potentially deadly ones with pedestrians.
Monterey County thrift store donation turns out to be rare art deco piece | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
As the saying goes, “What’s one person’s junk is another’s treasure.” But in the case of a recent acquisition by Habitat for Humanity Restore, “What’s one person’s donation is another’s second-hand historical find.”
6 holiday beer cocktails (yes, beer!) | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
From a Muddy Snowman to an Anchor Brewing Christmas Ale-Junipero Gin cocktail, here's how to work a stout, IPA or another ale into your holiday cocktail repertoire.
Esquire gives Elon Musk a ‘dubious’ year-end honor | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
Esquire was long in its, well, "praise" might not be the best word to describe why Musk is this year's "winner." But few could argue with Esquire's justification for giving Musk the accolade.
Dusty Baker always had great power, now his ambitious start-up is creating it | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
Dusty Baker's solar company is working on large projects for black universities, tribal reservations and businesses.
Police hunting for Morgan Hill carjacking suspect | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
Police said the suspect used a knife to force the victim out of a white 2000 Chevrolet pickup truck.
Antioch Council to consider spending $391,000 on rebranding efforts | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | December 11, 2018
The plan is part of the city’s strategy to grow Antioch’s economy through economic development activity and increase the regional outreach to businesses