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Trump Signs Campus Free Speech Order In Wake Of UC Berkeley Incident
President Donald Trump signed an executive order on campus free speech after highlighting an incident involving a conservative activist who was punched on the University of California, Berkeley campus.
Phil Collins, WWE Latest Acts Announced At Chase Center
Renowned English musician Phil Collins and the WWE were the latest entertainment announced to appear at the soon-to-be-open Chase Center in San Francisco, Golden State Warriors and arena officials said Thursday.
Photos: Indie Rockers Panic! At The Disco Pack Oracle Arena
Las Vegas-based rock band Panic! At the Disco brought their Pray for the Wicked Tour to Oracle Arena in Oakland Tuesday to play for an enthusiastic room packed with fans.
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Curry's Explosive 3rd Quarter Lifts Warriors Past Timberwolves, 117-107
Steph Curry's 22-point third quarter propelled the Warriors past the Timberwolves as they regained the top spot in the Western Conference.
Spurs Extend Streak To 9 Straight With 111-105 Win Over Warriors
DeMar DeRozan had 26 points and nine rebounds, LaMarcus Aldridge added 23 points and 13 rebounds and the San Antonio Spurs beat the Golden State Warriors 111-105 on Monday night for their ninth straight win.
Raiders To Stay In Oakland For 2019 After City Council Approves Coliseum Lease
The Oakland City Council voted Thursday morning to extend the Raider's lease agreement for this season with an option for the 2020-2021 season, according to city officials.
Raiders' Coliseum Lease Agreement Approved By Alameda County Supervisors
Alameda County supervisors voted Tuesday to approve a lease agreement that would help keep the Oakland Raiders in the Coliseum for at least one more year.
Walnut Creek's Top 5 Japanese Spots
Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top Japanese spots around Walnut Creek, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of the best spots to achieve your dreams.
The 3 Newest Eateries Near San Francisco's Union Square
Interested in exploring the freshest fare near Union Square? From a cashier-less convenience store to an upscale and fashionable lunchtime eatery, read on for a rundown of the newest spots to debut in this corner of downtown San Francisco.
Tenderloin's 3 Newest Food & Beverage Spots
Interested in checking out the newest food and drink businesses to open in the Tenderloin? From a Chinese-inspired chicken sandwich shop to a zombie-themed tiki bar, read on for the newest spots to land in this area of San Francisco.
Restaurant-Bar Commons Club Opens Inside SoMa's New Virgin Hotel
A sleek new hotel restaurant and bar has opened its doors in SoMa. Called Commons Club, the fresh arrival is located at 250 Fourth St. (between Howard and Folsom streets), on the ground floor of the brand-new, 200-room Virgin Hotel.
Vallejo Gets Its First In-N-Out And 2 More Fresh New Restaurants
Interested in checking out the freshest new eateries in Vallejo? From a deli and bakery to a Vietnamese restaurant, read on to see the newest hot spots to land around town.
New Mediterranean Spot Falafelland Debuts In SoMa
A new Mediterranean spot has opened its doors in the neighborhood. The fresh arrival to SoMa, called Falafelland, is located at 133 Sixth St.
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Ireland Is Quickly Becoming The Silicon Valley Of Europe
Ireland is quickly developing into the go-to European destination for Silicon Valley tech companies.
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Southwest Airlines Declares 'Operational Emergency' As Weather, Labor Woes Mount
The nation's largest domestic carrier has seen an unusually high number of planes grounded; bad weather and a labor dispute between the airline and the mechanics' union are to blame.
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At Issue: Live-Streaming Crime
In the wake of the New Zealand mosque massacre, Silicon Valley social media companies are coming under new scrutiny over their inability to keep criminal and disturbing content from being live-streamed to millions worldwide. Allen Martin discusses the issue with Connie Guglielmo from CNET. (3-15-19)
Google Shareholders Sue Board of Directors Over Alleged Sexual Misconduct Coverup
Alphabet, Inc. shareholders filed a lawsuit against the company’s board of directors alleging the tech giant violated state and federal law regarding both issues of workplace sexual harassment and a serious data breach. Betty Yu reports. (1-10-19)
Fire Chief Says Verizon Needs to Drop 1st Responder Data Caps
A Marin County battalion chief says Verizon needs to do more to make high-speed data constantly available to emergency response teams. Andria Borba reports. (8-24-18)
Verizon Data Throttling Bolsters Battle for Net Neutrality in California Legislature
A new push to keep mobile data speeds from being controlled by private companies comes after a Bay Area fire chief accused Verizon of throttling their data while firefighters were battling the largest wildfire in California history. Andria Borba reports. (8-22-18)
First Responders Say Verizon Data Throttling Impedes Wildfire Response
Santa Clara County says their fire department's data was throttled as they fought the state's largest wildfire in history. That made it difficult for them to share vital information with the public. Julie Watts reports. (8-22-18)
China-Focused Google Project Receives Employee Backlash
Google has reportedly been working on a secret project codenamed Dragonfly, which is a censored version of its own search engine to be used in mainland China. On Thursday, news broke about a protest letter signed by 1,400 employees saying they wanted to “raise urgent moral and ethical issues” about Dragonfly. Kiet Do reports. (8-16-18)
Oakland Police Mark 10 Years Since Killing Of 4 Officers Following Traffic Stop
The Oakland Police Department held a memorial to mark the ten-year anniversary of the death of four officers, shot by a wanted felon. Anne Makovec reports. (3/21/19)
Raw Video: Trump Signs Executive Order On Campus Free Speech
President Donald Trump signed an executive order Thursday ordering colleges to protect campus free speech or face the possibility of losing federal funding. (3/21/19)
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