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Friday’s Top Stories: Gavin Newsom’s Gun Control Measure Headed to Ballot; Oakland Raiders Woo Vegas

Plus, BART backs off license-plate surveillance plan for now, and the massive Alameda Naval Air Station project is scheduled to break ground in July.
April 29, 2016

East Bay Restaurant Robbers Nabbed

April 28, 2016

Thursday’s Top Stories: Berkeley Council Puts $15 Minimum Wage on Ballot; Two Major Housing Projects Proposed in Oakland’s Broadway-Valdez Area

Plus, a new poll shows that millenials are far more likely to support new housing in their neighborhoods than older Bay Area residents.
April 28, 2016

Congressman Eric Swalwell Backs Bryan Parker in Alameda County Supes Race

The endorsement could be a game-changer because of Swalwell's popularity in Castro Valley and Pleasanton.
April 27, 2016

Dominique Crenn, Whose Claremont Brasserie Has Already Opened and Closed This Year, Named World's Best Female Chef

April 27, 2016

Wednesday’s Top Stories: EBMUD Kills Stiff Penalties for Water Guzzlers; Cal Forced Sex Harassment Victim to Take Sick Days

Plus, the OPD officer who shot and killed man who had been asleep in his car is identified, and SFPD's new racist texting scandal could jeopardize more than 200 criminal cases.
April 27, 2016

Our Backyard: Why Jean Quan Isn’t Running for Oakland City Council

She doesn’t have the time to mount the sort of door-to-door campaign she’s known for.
April 26, 2016

Giving Nature a Voice

Environmentalists and Native peoples plan to promote the “rights of nature” during a special tribunal on the delta this Saturday.
April 26, 2016

Feds, States, and Tribes Sign Klamath Dam Removal Agreement

Salmon and steelhead will once again ascend the upper Klamath River and its tributaries, as they did for thousands of years before dams were built, if an agreement reached earlier this month goes into effect.
April 26, 2016

Tuesday’s Top Stories: Sutter May Close Alta Bates Emergency in 2018; Raiders Owner May Commit to Las Vegas This Week

Plus, state Assembly Democrats want to spend $1.3 billion on affordable housing in California, and investigators are now focusing on the design of the Berkeley deck that collapsed and killed six people.
April 26, 2016