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Palo Alto Mayor Fed Up -- Too Much Tech Hurting His CityTo hear Mayor Patrick Burt tell it, Palo Alto has a problem: too many jobs, too many big tech companies.
State Of Emergency Declared Over Police Staffing In San JoseSan Jose’s city council has declared a state of emergency over a police staffing shortage Tuesday evening.
NBA Legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Explains Why He Stands Behind Kaepernick's Anthem ProtestNiners QB Colin Kaepernick caught a lot of heat for not standing during the national anthem. Now, a NBA legend is standing up for him.
Speculation Swirls After Hayward Police Chief's Sudden Secret DepartureHayward’s top cop was suddenly taken off the job, over a secret personal matter.
UC Researcher Warns Campaign To 'Make Tahoe Blue' Again May Be Too LateA UC Davis researcher says despite efforts to make it blue again, no bumper sticker campaign can curb the impact of climate change on Lake Tahoe.
Report: North Bay School District Diverts Money To Charter School On Wealthy Side Of TownSausalito is world famous for its spectacular location and beauty, but a battle over education is brewing that some say tarnishes that fairy tale picture.
Pres. Obama Commutes 35-Year Prison Sentence Of San Leandro ManPresident Barack Obama on Tuesday commuted the sentences of 111 people convicted of nonviolent drug offenses, including the prison term of a man from the East Bay.
Farm Workers Up For Overtime Pay If Governor Brown Signs BillCalifornia lawmakers are passing dozens of bills in a flurry of end-of-session activity, including full overtime pay for farmworkers, and an overhaul of how we vote in elections.
SFPD Probe Of Naked Trump Statue Erection Delays New Display PlansA police investigation into who erected a naked statue of presidential candidate Donald Trump in San Francisco earlier this month could delay plans to put it on display at a San Francisco bar this weekend and return it to the artist who created it.
California State Senate Approves Thanksgiving Double-Time PayThe California Senate is advancing legislation that would give employees of large companies double-time pay for working on Thanksgiving.
Alameda Co. Sheriff Invites Kaepernick To Training After Comments About PoliceFacing a backlash over refusing to stand during the national anthem and his comments on police brutality, 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is receiving a unique invitation to visit the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office.
European Union Says Apple Owes $14.5 Billion In Back TaxesApple will have to pay up to 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion) plus interest in back taxes to Ireland after the European Union found Tuesday that the U.S. technology giant received illegal tax benefits over 11 years.

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