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Redwood City High School Teacher Gets Students Engaged In PoliticsIt can be hard to get teenagers excited about politics, especially when most of them cant vote. But one creative Redwood City high school teacher has found a way to put the "party" in political party.
BART's Multi-Billion Dollar Bond Measure Feels PushbackBART warns that breakdowns and delays could be even worse if voters don't sign off on a multi-billion dollar bond measure on the November ballot.
Protecting Ballots, Voting Machines A Top Priority For South Bay Election OfficialsSanta Clara County is working on plans to keep ballots and voting machines safe from tampering on election day.
8 School Funding Measures Seek Voter Approval Across CoCo CountyEight school districts in Contra Costa County are asking voters to approve hundreds of millions of dollars in bonds and parcel taxes in the Nov. 8 election, with perhaps the most contentious being West Contra Costa Unified School District's Measure T.
Program To Bring Fresh Produce To 'Food Deserts' In San Francisco Appears To Be WorkingAnother San Francisco corner store has renovated with an emphasis on fresh produce with help from a pilot program that aims to transform so-called ‘food deserts.’
America Ferrera Seeks To Get Out The Latino VoteActress America Ferrera, best known for her role in the hit show "Ugly Betty", is hard at work on the campaign trail for Hillary Clinton.
Contra Costa Co. Suspends Fees On Families With Kids In Juvenile HallThe Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to impose a moratorium on fees charged to parents and guardians of children incarcerated or monitored in the juvenile justice system.
Bumper Stickers, Yard Signs Supporting Candidates Not As Popular This Election YearElection year bumper stickers are as American as apple pie, but if you’ve noticed a distinct shortage of them this year, you’re not alone.
Pentagon Ordered To Stop Seeking Repayment Of Calif. National Guard BonusesU.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter has ordered the Pentagon to stop seeking repayments of enlistment bonuses given to California National Guard members who served overseas.
Justin Timberlake's Ballot Selfie Highlights Mixed LawsNow even Justin Timberlake has been forced to deal with the question of whether a ballot selfie is legal.
Computer Outage Disrupts California DMV Offices For 3rd DayThe California Department of Motor Vehicles announced Wednesday that a massive computer outage has impacted field offices statewide for a third straight day.
Trump’s Star On Hollywood Walk Of Fame Smashed To PiecesLos Angeles police are investigating the vandalizing of Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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