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Stanford’s Bryce Love reveals real reason he skipped Sun Bowl

It turns out Cardinal's star running back was keeping a secret -- he had earlier suffered a torn ACL against Cal in the Big Game.

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San Jose: Police investigate city’s first homicide of 2019

SAN JOSE — Police are investigating the city’s first homicide of 2019 after a woman was found stabbed to death Thursday night in a neighborhood near Payne Avenue and San Tomas Expressway, according to authorities. At about 9:24 p.m., San Jose police responded to a report of “a possible dead...

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How a Somali refugee ended up as No. 2 pick for the Earthquakes

Somali refugee Siad Haji of Virginia Commonwealth is taken No. 2 overall by the San Jose Earthquakes in the 2019 MLS college draft.

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Family starts GoFundMe account for Oakland hit-run victim

A GoFundMe account has been started for a 70-year-old retired Oakland school teacher critically injured Dec. 26 in a hit-run near her home.

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Thiessen: Why it’s the dumbest government shutdown in U.S. history

It's dispute over 0.0998% of the total federal budget, an amount that, in DC, is considered a rounding error.

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Border wall: Trump eyes taking money from California flood projects to pay costs

The President has suggested he could divert funding by declaring an emergency, but critics in Congress promise a legal challenge to such a move.

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Hiker missing on California’s Lost Coast Trail

Rick Eastep sent a text message indicating he had been injured, possibly near Miller Flat.

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A ‘technological wall’? Pelosi and Democrats slammed over idea

Advocacy group starts petition against increased surveillance at the U.S.-Mexico border, which House Speaker Nancy Pelosi presented as a possible alternative to President Trump's insistence on a physical wall.

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Review: ‘Capernaum’ is impassioned but slightly misguided

Since making her effervescent feature debut "Caramel" in 2007, Labaki has embraced an eclectic, unpredictable approach to stories, genre and tone.

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Off Topic: Al Pacino, rare penny, Jeff Bezos, moon’s dark side

Al Pacino is set to take on his first regular TV series role. A rare 1943 penny went up for auction. A look at Jeff Bezos' private life. A look at the dark side of the moon.

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Opinion: I live with mental illness and I’m not a bad person

Failure to provide a livable situation for persons with mental disabilities means that lives go to waste

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Miss Manners: My girls end up in tears during dinners with these boys

Plus: After discovering "undelivered" invites, how am i supposed to trust the postal service?

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Carolyn Hax: She’s toxic and horrible, and here’s why I can’t leave her

It's time to give yourself permission to leave, for the sake of your husband and kids if nothing else.

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Carpool changes appear to help at 237-880: Roadshow

Alicia-a-BART-Spokesperson says there is proper signage indicating the North Concord/Martinez station.

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