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TNT analyst lists a few outlandish ways the Golden State Warriors could be denied their third straight NBA championship.

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It's one in what will be an expected "avalanche of lawsuits" against the authority overseeing the project, a spokesperson for the contractor said on Wednesday.

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The assumption that Jayme was in the house was based on evidence from the 911 call and from inside the house.

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U.S. Geological Survey official Doug Given told reporters Wednesday at California Institute of Technology that the ShakeAlert system has transitioned from a production prototype to operational mode.

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Ozzy Osbourne announces new tour dates for California, Las Vegas

Find out about rocker's rescheduled concerts at Shoreline Amphitheatre at Mountain View, Hollywood Bowl, MGM Grand in Las Vegas, and Chula Vista.

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Reward offered in hit-and-run that injured Oakland motorcyclist

The motorcyclist suffered severe injuries that caused him to be hospitalized for several days.

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Sports: On air highlights

Thursday TVRadio Baseball playoffs ALCS Game 3: Red Sox at Astros 5 p.m. TBS Boxing Middleweights: Quigley vs. Hernandez 7 p.m. ESPN2 College football Georgia State at Arkansas State 4:30 p.m. ESPNU Stanford at Arizona State 6 p.m. ESPN 1050 Golf European Tour: Andalucia Valderrama Masters 3...

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Magid: Pixel 3 XL an improvement on already excellent phone

For the past week I’ve been testing Google’s new Pixel 3 XL phone, and I like what I see. Compared with last year’s model, I’m noticing a better quality screen and slightly larger display, somewhat better battery life and an improved camera and better speakers. Released on the heels of the...

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Golf: Fundraisers, local tournaments

Antioch Mayor’s Golf Tournament: Oct. 19 at Lone Tree Golf Course. 1 p.m. shotgun start. $135 per golfer with sponsorships still available. Proceeds benefit five groups: First tee of Contra Costa, Antioch Police Activities League, Antioch Sports Legends, Antioch Senior Center & Lone Tree Youth...

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Police: Student gunman kills 19 at school in Crimea

It wasn't clear what prompted Vladislav Roslyakov, described as a shy loner, to go on the rampage. A security camera image carried by Russian media showed him calmly walking down the stairs of the school in the Black Sea city of Kerch, the shotgun in his gloved hand.

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Golf: Holes-In-One

Laura Choi: Boundary Oak GC, No. 2, 119 yards, 8-iron. David Hayes: Cinnabar Hills GC, Lake Course, No. 2, 187 yards, 5-iron. David Plack: Cinnabar Hills GC, Canyon Course, No. 5, 116 yards, pitching wedge. Sharon Greene: Diablo Hills GC, No. 4, 88 yards, 9-iron. Susan Miller: Diablo Hillls GC, No....

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Watch: Suspect in Concord bank robbery caught on camera

The robbery happened Aug. 1 at the Wells Fargo Bank on Oak Grove Road, adjacent to Ygnacio Valley High School.

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Dianne Feinstein, Kevin de León to face off in San Francisco debate

SAN FRANCISCO — California voters will see a contrast in style when Sen. Dianne Feinstein and her challenger State Senator Kevin de León meet in their first and likely only face-to-face debate Wednesday. Feinstein will work to reassure voters that her experience and record deserves a return...

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Photos: Baby tigers, rhinoceros top best animal snapshots

The top photos for October -- so far -- include two newborn white bengal tigers in Southern China and a baby rhinoceros taking its first steps at a Berlin zoo.

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First look: Inside Oakland’s unique new Japanese-influenced dining series

A pair of talented chefs take up residence serving dinner in an Oakland brunch spot, creating a Japanese-inspired tasting menu that feels unique and elegant but not pretentious. And not too spendy, either. Here's a first look inside.

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Photos: Former San Francisco Giants star Aubrey Huff sells California mansion

Former Giants star Aubrey Huff has sold his San Diego, Calif. mansion for $3.925 million below the $4.345 million original asking price.

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Oakland International Airport has opened a service dog potty area

The Service Dog Relief Area, which includes artificial turf and a mini fire hydrant, gives dogs a place to go when they need to go.

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