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Oakland Residents To Weigh In On Police Chief SearchAs Oakland looks for a new police chief in the scandal-plagued department, the community will first have a chance to voice its concerns. Anne Makovec reports. (8/29/16)
HP Inc., HP Enterprise Named In Age Discrimination Lawsuit; Audio ExcerptFour former employees of Hewlett-Packard have filed a lawsuit claiming they were victims of age discrimination as the company trimmed its workforce in recent years, according to reports.
UC Berkeley celebrates the reopening of Bowles HallUC Berkeley celebrates the reopening of Bowles Hall
Friendship is Port-a-Potty DeepHow far would you go to save a friend's phone? In Norway, a man named Cato climbed into a port-a-potty to retrieve a friend's lost phone! He volunteered to jump in but became sick as he stood thigh-deep in its well of excrement, and had to spend an hour completely enclosed in the small area. Despite Cato's heroic efforts, his friend's phone was not saved.
49ers Acquire Kerley To Bolster Wide Receiver Position; Audio ExcerptTwo days after slot receiver and punt returner Bruce Ellington was sidelined with a hamstring injury, the 49ers traded guard Brandon Thomas for Detroit’s Jeremy Kerley, the NFL Network reported.
Doctors Dropping Parents Who Refuse To Vaccinate Their Kids; Audio ExcerptAccording to reports, more pediatricians are seeing more vaccine refusals, and more pediatricians are pushing back, with doctors reportedly "firing" patients for refusing to vaccinate. Those doctors pushing back have a bit more support from the Academy Academy of Pediatrics. The organization firmly declared its support for removing all non-medical exemptions for vaccines.