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None hurt in East Oakland homeless encampment fire | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 15, 2018
At 5:08 p.m., firefighters responded to reports of flames in the 2200 block of East 12th Street, officials said. The fire was contained by 5:15 p.m.
H-1B: U.S. officials cracking down on Indian citizens, report says | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 15, 2018
Rates of denial, and scrutiny of applications, swept upward at the end of last year, report says.
California could reshape marijuana rules as nation’s biggest legal market struggles | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 15, 2018
At the hearing, dozens of marijuana business owners, industry lawyers, activists and consumers each got 90 seconds to tell Lori Ajax what needed to be done to create a more orderly, fair and, hopefully, prosperous marketplace.
Sabedra: Why De La Salle-Folsom so much bigger than clash of titans | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 15, 2018
More than bragging rights on line when Northern California heavyweights collide in season opener.
Why doesn’t the cat want to go outside any more? | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 15, 2018
Indoor-outdoor cat has suddenly stopped going outside and has taken to getting into places in the house that she never went in before.
Families of Ghost Ship fire victims warned that defendants could walk away free | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 15, 2018
Families of the victims of the deadly Ghost Ship fire react to the possibility of a trial again, after a judge rejected a plea deal Friday that would have put two defendants behind bars.
‘Rest in Peace’ party held for $1 million tear down home in San Jose | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 15, 2018
Blame the gutters -- or lack thereof -- for the impending demolition of an old family home in San Jose's Willow Glen neighborhood.
Greenpeace ranks Whole Foods No. 1 in seafood sustainability; Trader Joe’s falls 7 spots | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 15, 2018
See where other Southern California grocery stores ranked on the sustainability scale.
Opinion: What we can do before the gun fires again | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 15, 2018
California shouldn't wait to require that casings and weapons be quickly tested to see if they match other violent crimes
‘Crazy Rich Asians’ director cites Palo Alto roots in groundbreaking Asian-American film | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 15, 2018
With 'Crazy Rich Asians,' Palo Alto's Jon Chu cold join Oakland's Ryan Coogler as the next Bay Area-born director to rewrite the rules of Hollywood by increasing representation in films.
Photos: Tent goes up for “Dreaming of Pirates!” | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 15, 2018
Click here if you are unable to view this gallery on a mobile device. Workers for Circus Vargas took over a section of a parking lot at the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton to erect the big top tent for the circus’ upcoming show “Dreaming of Pirates!” The show , which is an...
Letter: State attorney general elicits outrage over lawsuits against the feds | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 15, 2018
Xavier Becerra's latest proposed lawsuit is over the EPA canceling the fuel efficiency decree.
Magnitude 2.6 quake rattles Concord | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 15, 2018
The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake hit at 4:52 p.m., about three-tenths of a mile south of the downtown BART station.
‘Poop patrol’ set to clean up San Francisco’s sidewalks | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 15, 2018
The San Francisco Department of Public Works is launching a 'poop patrol' to keep the city's sidewalks free of feces.
Editorial: President Trump, we are not the nation’s enemy | Mercury News
Mercury News | August 15, 2018
Enough. We can’t sit silently. These attacks on the press are an attack on our country’s democracy.
Deadly Santa Cruz county wreck results in six-year prison sentence at San Quentin | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 15, 2018
A drunken, drugged driver who struck a power pole near Morgan’s Run off Bean Creek Road and crashed into a center divide at the Soquel Drive ramp from Highway 1 the morning of June 4, 2017, will spend six years in state prison for the death of his front-seat passenger, according to court documents...
Editorial: Prop. 4 provides sound spending on 13 children’s hospitals | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 15, 2018
Ballot measure will help ensure the state's sickest children get the quality care citizens should demand
New Intel chip flaws: ‘Foreshadow’ could wreak havoc on the cloud | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 15, 2018
The flaws disclosed this week were discovered in January, when Intel was dealing with the disclosure of the Spectre and Meltdown flaws in its chips.
Erdogan calls for Turkish boycott of U.S.-made electronics, singling out Apple’s iPhone | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Tuesday that Turkey would boycott U.S.-made electronic products, escalating a feud with the Trump administration that has contributed to the rapid decline of the Turkish currency.
Stolen Oakland police SUV recovered, suspect sought | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
A suspect is being sought in the theft of an Oakland police SUV that was found a couple miles from where it was stolen early Tuesday.
Benicia police seek Walnut Creek car theft suspect | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
The Benicia and Walnut Creek police departments are both looking for a Walnut Creek man who created a dangerous situation in Benicia last month, Benicia police officials said.
Gilroy: One killed, three injured in Highway 101 collision | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
A man was killed Monday morning when the van he was riding in collided with a semitrailer on northbound Highway 101, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Letter: Trump can’t halt state’s fuel efficiency momentum | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
The real power to meet Obama-era standards lies in the hands of the California consumer.
The wildfires’ terrible toll on California’s firefighters | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
Six people working on the California wildfires this season have been killed in the line of duty
Weekend burglary empties East Oakland bike shop | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
"It happened in the wee hours," worker Phoenix Mangrum, 76, said Monday. "We're a little bit better today than yesterday, but it was devastating to come into our shop and find our bikes and merchandise had been stolen."
Robber hits Oakland bank branch | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
A suspect is being sought after Oakland police say he robbed a Chinatown bank branch Tuesday morning.
Mathilda Monster to be rebuilt later this year: Roadshow | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
Sunnyvale will perform signal timing on Mathilda/Saratoga-Sunnyvale Road from Bordeaux Drive to Alberta Avenue.
Man killed by stray bullet in East Oakland was ‘hard-working’ father of 4 | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
Chrystian Valdez Negrete, an Oakland resident, was fatally shot early Saturday in the 4400 block of International Boulevard.
Tomato time: Special Bay Area restaurant menus | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
Season's finest star in dishes at Oliveto, Lake Chalet, Enoteca La Storia, Gott's Roadside
Enjoy Burning Man without leaving the SF Bay Area | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
Not going to Burning Man? Have no FOMO. There are ways to enjoy the artsy side of that mad, mad Mad Max mania right here in the San Francisco Bay Area. Here are 16 ways to be a Burner at home.
The loss that haunts Giants stalwart 25 years later: ‘Guys were in the clubhouse crying’ | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
Berkeley native Darren Lewis recalls manager Dusty Baker telling Giants players to walk down the street with their heads up; instead he flew to Hawaii because 'I had to get away.'
Late-blooming blues sensation Marina Crouse sets 2 SF Bay Area shows | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
It took a while for Marina Crouse to get her singing career going, but her 2 SF Bay Area gigs should show why it had been worth the wait.
Local activists trek to Sacramento on crucial week for police reform bills | Mercury News
Mercury News | August 14, 2018
South Bay social-justice groups traveled to Sacramento to support police-reform bills whose fates could be decided this week.
These Bay Area cities are poised to break into the million dollar home market | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
A city once known as the murder capital of the U.S. is poised to become a city of millionaire homeowners.
Police: Redwood City man who assaulted his 83-year-old mom died after struggle with officers | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
The first officer who arrived attempted to help the 82-year-old woman was "immediately attacked" by the son and a "struggle ensued," police said.
Google San Jose village panel ponders jobs, economic, housing impacts | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
Jobs for all income levels and additional housing for local residents were themes that dominated a meeting of the Station Area Advisory Group, a citizen panel attempting to compile community input and craft ways Google could develop a transit-oriented community near the Diridon train station.
Firefighter killed battling Mendocino Complex Fire | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
A firefighter has been killed fighting the massive Mendocino Complex fires, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection announced Monday.
San Jose: Driver arrested after U-turn ends in motorcyclist’s death | Mercury News
Mercury News | August 14, 2018
Police say driver's reckless maneuver across several lanes of McLaughlin Avenue put him in path of oncoming rider.
Kevin Durant invests in Andreessen Horowitz fund to get people of color into tech | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
Golden State Warriors superstar Kevin Durant is teaming up with a major venture capital firm to help get more people of color into Silicon Valley. 
Is it a good idea to leave cats home alone for a few days? | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
Reader raises awareness that even though cats are self-sufficient, leaving them alone can be disastrous.
Letter: On-field protests could pay for NFL social causes fund | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
All protesting players -- and teams and coaches that allow protests -- could tithe 25 percent of their income.
What to wear? Alameda middle school students win two-year battle to loosen dress code | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
Two Lincoln Middle School students fought back against Alameda Unified School District's dress code and won. Their fight is one of many youth-led movements around the country.
Zucchinis, Assyrian food, Hawaiian boat races star in SF Bay Area fests | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
Hayward's renowned Zucchini fest, the Assyrian Food Fest in San Jose and Hawaiian boat races in Santa Cruz top packed weekend of SF Bay Area events.
300-year-old cello stars in Lowell Trio’s concert in Martinez | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
The Lowell Trio's concert at Armando's in Martinez features a birthday celebration for Emil Miland's 300-year-old cello -- yes, cake will be served.
Capitol Corridor trains delayed by police activity | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
At 2:52 p.m., Emeryville police sent out an alert asking residents to avoid Shellmound Street between 64th and 65th streets, with officers investigating a report of a suspicious item.
Letter: Kneeling for anthem won’t go away after game’s over | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
There will be no 'time out' on the serious social justice issues to which the players are calling attention.
San Jose steps up for third year of CityDance series | Mercury News
Mercury News | August 14, 2018
Dance fans can learn a few new moves at San Jose's CityDance series, which kicks off Thursday.
49ers blast Santa Clara for ‘fuzzy’ math | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
The city has tried to spin an arbitration agreement win as a $180 million victory for the city.
Man, mother displaced after fire destroys Brentwood house | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
The man and his mother were able to escaped the flames, but the house was destroyed, officials said.
Letter: Attack on MTC shouldn’t condemn all representative government | East Bay Times
East Bay Times | August 14, 2018
Regardless of the MTC's incompetence, a stark attack on all politicians eliminates any hope of an effective strategy from them.