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Bay Area high-earners choice made for them — rent, not own | Mercury News
Mercury News | February 23, 2019
Driven by rising home costs, the Bay Area has seen a steady rise in high income renters during the last decade, according to a pair of recent studies.
Similar to hurricanes, California storms now ranked by their own ‘Cat’-like scale | Mercury News
Mercury News | February 23, 2019
There is a new scale to characterize strength and impacts of atmospheric river type storms, just like hurricanes
Suspect arrested in stabbing of two Union City high school students | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 23, 2019
Police have arrested a juvenile suspect in connection to the stabbing of two students at James Logan High School Friday morning, which left one student with a serious puncture wound in the lower abdomen and another with minor injuries. 
Embattled Peralta College chancellor takes ‘early retirement’ | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 23, 2019
Peralta College trustees met in closed several for more than three hours before announcing Chancellor Jowel Laguerre will take an "early retirement" beginning March 1.
San Jose Light Tower documentary sheds light on landmark’s history | Mercury News
Mercury News | February 23, 2019
"The Light Between Two Towers" explores the iconic San Jose landmark's connection to the Eiffel Tower.
Sacred Heart Cathedral edges Bellarmine, wins CCS Open title | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 23, 2019
Eighth-seeded Irish still have sub-.500 record, but living a 'real life hoop dreams' after stunning run.
CCS basketball: Mitty beats Pinewood again in Open final | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 23, 2019
Monarchs claim fourth consecutive section crown as Haley Jones, Hunter Hernandez lead the way.
Sacred Heart Cathedral edges Bellarmine, wins CCS Open title | Mercury News
Mercury News | February 23, 2019
Eighth-seeded Irish still have sub-.500 record, but living a 'real life hoop dreams' after stunning run.
Oakland teachers strike: No negotiations today; talks resume Sunday | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 23, 2019
The Oakland teachers strike could continue into its second week if union and district officials can't reach an agreement Sunday.
With a voice like Adele, this Christian pop star could be next Amy Grant | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 23, 2019
Meet Lauren Daigle, the Christian music star who is now gaining much crossover success and attention in the pop music world due to single "You Say."
H-1B: Visa denials and delays jump, immigration lawyers cry foul | Mercury News
Mercury News | February 23, 2019
Google, Facebook and Apple were hit with very few H-1B denials, but data has not been released to show how many H-1B workers they employ as contractors.
We knew it all along: San Jose State is a true gem | Mercury News
Mercury News | February 23, 2019
While it may sound like a back-handed compliment, many students say the ranking is right on: There is a "there there" at SJSU that the world is just starting to recognize.
Recipe: Andrea Nguyen’s Shaking Beef | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 23, 2019
You don't have to spend a fortune on filet mignon to enjoy this cult favorite Vietnamese dish.
Changes to Hayward’s rent law under consideration | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 23, 2019
Hayward is looking at tweaking its rent ordinance, including offering compensation to tenants who are forced to move through no fault of their own.
Q&A: Vietnamese chef’s new cookbook uses only easy-to-find ingredients | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 23, 2019
James Beard Award-winner Andrea Nguyen of Santa Cruz reveals hacks, secrets and re-imagined classics in "Vietnamese Food Any Day."
Instant Pot recipe: Andrea Nguyen’s Honey-Glazed Pork Riblets | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 23, 2019
The recipe for these tasty riblets can be doubled or quadrupled to feed a crowd.
Recipe: Andrea Nguyen’s Banana-Coconut Bread-Pudding Cake | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 23, 2019
Skip the banana bread and make this coconut-laced Vietnamese dessert with those overripe bananas.
Bay Area high-earners choice made for them — rent, not own | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 23, 2019
Driven by rising home costs, the Bay Area has seen a steady rise in high income renters during the last decade, according to a pair of recent studies.
Vintage Ford ‘Tin Goose’ aircraft to visit Concord | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 23, 2019
Aviation buffs can view or take a ride in the historic Henry Ford aircraft, which helped launch the commercial air industry.
A girl’s simple ‘thank you,’ delivered at popular Pittsburg diner, captures police officers’ hearts | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 23, 2019
"Dear Officers," read the note on a bill that came to the Pittsburg officers' table at Lumpy's Diner on Wednesday. "Thank you for protecting every day. I am inspired by you guys everyday."
Similar to hurricanes, California storms now ranked by their own ‘Cat’-like scale | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 23, 2019
There is a new scale to characterize strength and impacts of atmospheric river type storms, just like hurricanes
Kamala Harris ‘frustrated and disappointed’ by Jussie Smollett allegedly staging attack | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 23, 2019
Sen. Kamala Harris has spoken out against Jussie Smollett after the "Empire" actor was charged by police for allegedly filing a false police report.
CHP issues Hwy. 4 alert after fatal vehicle-pedestrian collision | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
Contra Costa Sheriff's Office coroner's staff are responding to a report of a person fatally struck by a vehicle on Highway 4, authorities said.
Police detain man firing gun in southwest Berkeley | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
A man was taken into custody Thursday after shooting a gun in public near a van and retreating inside for more than hour, authorities said.
Cupertino, Sunnyvale host SV Reads authors, events | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
By Diane McNutt Paula Madison grew up in an African-American family in Harlem, never realizing that her Jamaica-born mother was fathered by a Chinese merchant who lived for a few years on the island. Madison’s research into her unique family history and her search for descendants of her grandfathe...
Keep Edna the firehouse cat, readers say; evict whistle blower | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
Evicted San Francisco firehouse cat wins support of animal lovers, who say she needs to remain in the only home she's known.
In some Bay Area cities, making $200,000 a year means you’re middle class | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
Middle class incomes in Bay Area cities are among the fastest growing in country, but what it takes to hit middle class is reaching staggering levels.
Opinion: Oakland strike illustrates need for increased school funding | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
Teachers are sounding the alarm about the growing inequalities in public schools
Roku keeps streaming higher with big gains in users and sales | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
Roku scores on Wall Street as investors put faith into the streaming TV company's fourth-quarter report that shows gains in active users and time spent watching shows with the firm's devices.
Recent storms close East Bay bridge pedestrian access | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
Temporary Canyon Road Bridge is open to vehicles and bicycles, but saturation caused land under structure to move.
Best Bay Area fried chicken sandwich? And the winner is… | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
A stunning battle cut it close for a Berkeley favorite and a small South Bay chain.
Car burglary in San Bruno leads to arrest of Antioch men | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
Two Antioch men and a Fairfax resident have been arrested in a San Bruno vehicle burglary.
And readers say the Oscar for best picture goes to … | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
"A Star Is Born" and "Bohemian Rhapsody" squared off in our Oscars challenge, where voters decide what should be named best picture at Academy Awards.
Oakland teachers strike enters second day, negotiations resume | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
Negotiators plan to meet at 9 a.m. Friday at an undisclosed location, resuming talks about pay raises, class sizes and other issues that first began two years ago.
Peek inside San Francisco’s new pop-up Museum of 3D Illusions | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
A new pop-up museum for selfie fans lets guests photograph themselves against crazy backdrops. Here's what it's like inside.
Lockdown issued at James Logan High in Union City after student stabbed | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
Police worked to clear the James Logan High campus and locked it down Friday after a student was stabbed.
Reasons behind late-starting BART trains: Roadshow | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
Caltrans will begin repaving in April 2020 on Highway 242 from Interstate 680 to Route 4
National Margarita Day: 3 perfect cocktails | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
We don't need a National Margarita Day to break out the tequila, limes and cocktail shaker. These margarita recipes -- from Rick Bayless and Joanne Weir -- are fantastic any day of the year.
‘Hamilton’ is back with a vengeance in sizzling San Francisco run | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
Lin-Manuel Miranda's groundbreaking blockbuster "Hamilton" returns to SF's Orpheum Theatre with a terrific production and talented cast.
Beloved Bay Area musician Bobby Simmons dies after fall | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
Of African-American, Filipino and Hawaiian heritage, Simmons had the rare ability of playing almost any genre.
Police seek two after armed robbery of pedestrian in Pleasanton | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
Police were looking Friday for two people who with a gun robbed a pedestrian of his laptop and other items, while he walked on Bernal Avenue in Pleasanton.
H-1B: Visa denials and delays jump, immigration lawyers cry foul | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
Google, Facebook and Apple were hit with very few H-1B denials, but data has not been released to show how many H-1B workers they employ as contractors.
Merrill’s Marauder soldier to lay wreath at Camp Stoneman | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
3,000 American soldiers woudl fight for four months in the dense jungles of north Burma to oust the Japanese, paving the way for supplies to China.
14 California wine festivals and beer events in March and beyond | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
From St. Patrick's Day pub crawls to winery barrel tastings and a paella party — with wine, of course — here's what's happening on the Bay Area's wine, beer and cocktail scene in March and beyond.
Police investigate stabbing near Pittsburg High School | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
A 27-year-old Pittsburg man suffered two cuts on his shoulder but otherwise was expected to be OK physically after being stabbed about a mile from Pittsburg High School on Friday, police said.
Photos: Metallica’s Kirk Hammett sells San Francisco mansion for $11.7M | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
Metallica lead guitarist and San Francisco native Kirk Hammett has sold his San Francisco mansion for $11.7 million.
Google ending forced arbitration after worker push, but fight isn’t over | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
Googlers for Ending Forced Arbitration to take advocacy to D.C., is working with lawmakers in push for broader change.
Bobby Brown is back on tour with a new band … well, kind of | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
Remember New Edition? Of course, you do. RBRM is kind of like the new New Edition, featuring Ronnie DeVoe, Bobby Brown, Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins.
Federal judge rejects Attorney General request to block sale of hospitals to Santa Clara County | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
A federal district court judge has denied a request by California Attorney General Xavier Becerra to block the sale of two hospitals to Santa Clara County, the second judge to say Becerra doesn't have the authority to regulate the sale of the nonprofit hospitals to a public entity.
PG&E monthly bills: State lawmakers want final say | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
One measure introduced by state Sen. Jerry Hill, SB 549, would force the state Public Utilities Commission to gain approval from the state Legislature before the PUC proceeds with any changes in PG&E monthly rates. Hill's efforts come amid concerns that PG&E customers lack a voice in the uti...
Silicon Valley homeless housing gets $26 million federal boost | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
Programs in Silicon Valley will receive more than $26 in federal grants. Santa Clara County's supportive housing arm will receive the bulk of the funds.
PG&E says it can’t completely comply with wildfire prevention rules | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
PG&E disclosed it can't always comply with state rules designed to reduce wildfire risks, an unsettling revelation that was among numerous responses from PG&E filed with a federal court that is supervising the disgraced utility's probation in the wake of its criminal conviction in the San Br...
How do you move a 95-year-old rail car from a San Jose yard? Very carefully | Mercury News
Mercury News | February 22, 2019
A Pacific Fruit Express refrigerated car that's been behind San Jose home for nearly 40 years will be relocated to History Park for restoration.
Federal judge rejects Attorney General request to block sale of hospitals to Santa Clara County | Mercury News
Mercury News | February 22, 2019
A federal district court judge has denied a request by California Attorney General Xavier Becerra to block the sale of two hospitals to Santa Clara County, the second judge to say Becerra doesn't have the authority to regulate the sale of the nonprofit hospitals to a public entity.
In some Bay Area cities, making $200,000 a year means you’re middle class | Mercury News
Mercury News | February 22, 2019
Middle class incomes in Bay Area cities are among the fastest growing in country, but what it takes to hit middle class is reaching staggering levels.
H-1B spouse work ban pushed ahead by Homeland Security | Mercury News
Mercury News | February 22, 2019
A planned employment ban for an estimated 100,000 spouses of H-1B visa holders has moved ahead with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security sending the proposed new rule to the Office of Management and Budget.
CCS basketball: Thursday’s surprises, trends and more | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
Mountain View needs 2OT to dispatch Aragon; Sequoia girls rout last year's D-I champ; Palo Alto gets to host finals
Real deal: Silicon Valley housing market healthy, according to Aculist market trends | Mercury News
Mercury News | February 22, 2019
According to data from MLSListings, in Santa Clara County, the median single-family home cost $1,150,000 and sold in 26 days for 100 percent of the list price.
Saison’s chef retreats to his Skenes Ranch to fulfill culinary dream | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
Open-fire cooking master says San Francisco restaurant kitchen's walls can no longer contain him
East Bay man freed from Death Row nearly 33 years after conviction | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
MARTINEZ — A man who spent nearly 33 years awaiting execution on California’s Death Row took his first steps as a free man Wednesday, following an appeals court decision that overturned the death sentence and raised questions about his mental state during trial. At age 25, Freddie Taylor...
Supervisor Diane Burgis to have open-heart surgery | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
Supervisor Burgis said she will be back in a few weeks after surgery and plans to stay on top of issues through her staff.
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
Sunday TVRadio Spring baseball Yankees at Rays 9:30 a.m. NHL Cubs vs. Giants 1 p.m.  680 College men’s basketball SMU at UCF 9 a.m. CBSSN Villanova at Xavier 10:30 a.m. CBS Cincinnati at Connecticut 11 a.m. ESPN Drake at Illinois State 11 a.m. CBSSN Michigan State at Michigan 12:45 p.m. ...
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
Saturday TVRadio Spring baseball Yankees at Red Sox 10 a.m. MLB Angels vs. Giants 1 p.m.  680 Boxing Super middleweight: DeGale vs. Eubank Jr. 12:45 p.m. SHO Super middleweight: Dirrell vs. Yildirim 7 p.m. FS1 College men’s basketball Marquette at Providence 9 a.m. FOX Virginia at Louisville ...
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
Irish Day at Berkeley Rep: 2 p.m. Feb. 24, Roda Theatre, 2015 Addison St., Berkeley. “Paradise Square” is a powerful musical based on an extraordinary slice of history set in Five Points, New York, in 1863. Irish immigrants and African-Americans united in song and dance. Enjoy a meet-and-greet w...
As NCS football playoff changes loom, we offer suggestions | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 22, 2019
How brackets would have looked in 2018 using competitive equity, points, enrollment
Housing may sprout near San Jose’s downtown convention center | Mercury News
Mercury News | February 21, 2019
A big hurdle for a proposed mixed-use residential and retail development was cleared in early February, when an affiliate controlled by two San Jose-based developers bought a site at the southeast corner of South Market and Balbach streets.
Liccardo under fire over previously undisclosed downtown condo property near Google development | Mercury News
Mercury News | February 21, 2019
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo failed to disclose a downtown condominium owned by his wife near a controversial Google development, raising questions about whether disclosure of the property would have disqualified Liccardo from votes related to the project.
San Jose calendar of events for the week of Feb. 22 | Mercury News
Mercury News | February 21, 2019
Special Events Friends Book Sale: The Friends of the Rose Garden Library hold their monthly book sale. General public book sale, thousands of donated books sold for $1.50 per inch. Feb. 23, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Bag sale, fill a green Friends tote for $7, Feb. 24, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Rose Garden Library Communit...
7 amazing SF Bay Area things to do this weekend, Feb. 22-24 | Mercury News
Mercury News | February 21, 2019
From Oscar parties to a huge Lunar New Year parade to lots of great concerts, here are 7 ways to have a blast in the SF Bay Area this weekend.
As Bay Area residents struggle with housing, so do the people who help them | Mercury News
Mercury News | February 21, 2019
Nearly three-quarters of Silicon Valley nonprofits worry about real estate costs, according to a new survey.
Letter: Cupertino Mayor Scharf must repay cost of failed suit to stop housing | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
He launched frivolous litigation, then a pointless appeal against the city, claiming the Measure C ballot language was misleading.
Letter: Spend appropriated money where border threat is legitimate | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
Border Patrol and Coast Guard statistics show organized cartels are smuggling large quantities of drugs in through checkpoints.
Letter: San Jose development is curbed by artificially low building heights | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
Higher density would accommodate more housing around Diridon Station Area which is being hailed as the Grand Central of the West.
Pandemonium! James Logan stuns Dublin in unbelievable finish | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
Tim Oldham's 30-foot turnaround heave at buzzer sends Colts to NCS Division I final against De La Salle
Letter: San Jose development is curbed by artificially low building heights | Mercury News
Mercury News | February 21, 2019
Higher density would accommodate more housing around Diridon Station Area which is being hailed as the Grand Central of the West.
CCS basketball: Wednesday’s scores, upcoming schedule | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
Boys Open Division Wednesday’s semifinals at Independence No. 8 Sacred Heart Cathedral 72, No. 4 Menlo-Atherton 65 No. 3 Bellarmine 68, No. 2 Archbishop Riordan 61, OT Thursday’s consolation games No. 5 Serra (17-8) at No. 1 Archbishop Mitty (17-8), 7 p.m. No. 7 St. Francis (13-12) at No. 6 St. ...
Carjacking suspect arrested after chase, I-880 crash in Hayward | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
A person was arrested on suspicion of carjacking, kidnapping and a weapons charge after officers arrested him after a pursuit that ended in a collision in rush-hour Interstate 880 traffic, authorities said. 
Two Bay Area men convicted in bid-rigging scheme | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
Convictions are for defrauding the federal government and wire and mail fraud in a scheme to rig bids for the construction of a building at the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab.
Vallejo police release officers’ names in Willie McCoy shooting | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
VALLEJO — On the eve of the past due date for this newspaper’s public records request, the city’s police department released the names of the six officers who shot 20-year-old Willie McCoy. According to the request’s reply returned Wednesday night, the officers are Ryan McMahon, ...
Gardening in the Bay Area: To-do list for late February and March | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
Our gardens are starting to show signs of spring renewal, but we're not there yet.
Van carrying chemicals involved in multi-car wreck on Interstate 680 in Walnut Creek | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
The CHP said the chemical containers opened but that any spill was contained fully within the van and that the danger to the public was minimal.
Fatal shooting at Hayward regional park being investigated | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
The gunshot death of a man found Thursday morning in Garin Regional Park in Hayward is under investigation.
Apple shareholder complains of liberal bias, wants disclosure of board nominees’ ideologies | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
Apple, ISS oppose proposal of conservative group that says "true diversity" on Apple board is needed because there's a "liberal grip on Silicon Valley."
Serena Williams’ wild week: From Meghan Markle’s lavish baby shower to San Jose conference | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
With Amal Clooney, the tennis superstar hosted Meghan Markle's posh baby shower in New York City before heading back to San Jose for the Watermark Conference on Friday.
Kamala Harris’s Jamaican father wasn’t amused by her joke about marijuana use | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
When White House hopeful Kamala D. Harris acknowledged using marijuana in her youth during a radio interview last week, she jokingly said, “Half my family is from Jamaica, are you kidding me?”
Housing may sprout near San Jose’s downtown convention center | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
A big hurdle for a proposed mixed-use residential and retail development was cleared in early February, when an affiliate controlled by two San Jose-based developers bought a site at the southeast corner of South Market and Balbach streets.
Housing may sprout near San Jose’s downtown convention center | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
A big hurdle for a proposed mixed-use residential and retail development was cleared in early February, when an affiliate controlled by two San Jose-based developers bought a site at the southeast corner of South Market and Balbach streets.
First Look inside Oakland’s new Bierhaus | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
Freshly relocated from Mountain View, Bierhaus restaurant and beer hall remains a great place to enjoy hearty German food and delicious beers in its new Oakland setting.
First Look inside Oakland’s new Bierhaus | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
Freshly relocated from Mountain View, Bierhaus restaurant and beer hall remains a great place to enjoy hearty German food and delicious beers in its new Oakland setting.
First Look inside Oakland’s new Bierhaus | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
Freshly relocated from Mountain View, Bierhaus restaurant and beer hall remains a great place to enjoy hearty German food and delicious beers in its new Oakland setting.
First Look inside Oakland’s new Bierhaus | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
Freshly relocated from Mountain View, Bierhaus restaurant and beer hall remains a great place to enjoy hearty German food and delicious beers in its new Oakland setting.
First Look inside Oakland’s new Bierhaus | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
Freshly relocated from Mountain View, Bierhaus restaurant and beer hall remains a great place to enjoy hearty German food and delicious beers in its new Oakland setting.
First Look inside Oakland’s new Bierhaus | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
Freshly relocated from Mountain View, Bierhaus restaurant and beer hall remains a great place to enjoy hearty German food and delicious beers in its new Oakland setting.
Off-color remarks confirm Shinn wouldn’t have been a fit for Giants, San Francisco | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
George Shinn's visit to Candlestick Park in August 1992, when it seemed the Giants might move to Florida, was met with chants, signs and a plane towing a banner.
Feta Kuti aficionados Antibalas bring da funk to the Bay Area | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
Antibalas performs a jazz-fueled blend of Afrobeat legend Fela Kuti's stirring music; with several SF Bay Area gigs coming up.
IRS worker charged with leaking reports on former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
Prosecutors allege the IRS analyst shared documents about Michael Cohen's financial records with Michael Avenatti.
Vallejo police who killed Willie McCoy will return to duty next week | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
VALLEJO — The six Vallejo police officers who shot 20-year-old Willie McCoy in the drive-through of a Taco Bell restaurant are all expected to be back on full duty by next week, department spokesman Sgt. Jeff Tai confirmed Thursday to this newspaper. At the same time, the department is re...
Man charged with murder in Oakland homeless camp fatal shooting | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
An ex-convict has been charged with murder in a fatal shooting Feb. 15 at a West Oakland homeless camp.
Is it the zebra’s stripes that make flies bug off? | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
Researchers think the stripes "dazzle" the flies and make it difficult for them to land on the zebras.
Liccardo under fire over previously undisclosed downtown condo property near Google development | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | February 21, 2019
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo failed to disclose a downtown condominium owned by his wife near a controversial Google development, raising questions about whether disclosure of the property would have disqualified Liccardo from votes related to the project.