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Central Oregon’s three newest hotel options

From a new lodge at Pronghorn to a hostel and a renovated motor lodge for adventure travelers near Bend and Mount Bachelor.

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Walnut Creek’s first Burmese restaurant opens today

Like Burma Superstar in Oakland and Berkeley, Burma Unique specializes in the dishes of the small country Southeast Asian country that borders Thailand, Laos, China and India.

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Khris Davis hits home run by striking deal to stay in Oakland

Athletics' slugger Khris Davis signs a contract extension to stay in Oakland through the 2021 season.

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Playwright and actress Lisa Ramirez updates a 19th-century Russian classic to examine Oakland's homeless problem in "Down Here Below."

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Besides recycling, what else is Jason Momoa promoting with his viral beard-shaving video?

The video essentially was an extended ad for a new product the 'Aquaman' star is launching that comes with an environmentally friendly message.

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Woman arrested on suspicion of killing 3-year-old grandson in Milpitas

Police said they arrested Milpitas resident Foos Abdi Hashi, 70, in San Jose Thursday evening.

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Got the munchies? Bay Area’s 4/20 restaurant deals

You can have a smoke-free marijuana 'holiday' with sandwiches, ice cream and pot pies (the chicken kind)

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Drew Remenda on the Sharks: What is needed to stave off elimination

There is one big difference between the Sharks and the Vegas Golden Knights, and it is one that can be bridged.

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Attorney General Barr says Mueller found 10 cases of possible Trump obstruction

Attorney General William Barr said Special Counsel Robert Mueller recounted 10 episodes of potential obstruction by President Donald Trump, though Barr said there was evidence that Trump had "noncorrupt motives."

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Campbell crime report for the week of April 26

Monday, April 8 600 E. Campbell Avenue. Someone entered a locked Nissan and damaged the ignition in an attempt to take the vehicle. Miscellaneous items were stolen. 2900 block of S. Winchester Boulevard: A black 2005 Ford Excursion was stolen. 200 block of S. Winchester Boulevard/ 600 block of Nido...

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The stray cat dilemma — where to find help

Taking an abandoned cat to the animal shelter or a rescue group isn't as easy as it sounds. For one, is the cat really a stray, or a pet that is allowed to roam?

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A man chucked his iguana at restaurant staff, police say. The lizard is in intensive care.

Arnold Teeter was loud and unruly Tuesday morning when he entered Perkins Restaurant in Painesville, Ohio, police say. The 49-year-old laid down in a booth and chucked a menu at a server: a jarring outburst that drew the attention of the restaurant's manager, who sought to calm the man.

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Pressure grows on Lori Loughlin: Daughter received ‘target’ letter from federal investigators, reports say

One report says the recipient of the letter was Isabella Giannulli, who deleted her Instagram account as reports surfaced she had received notice she could face potential criminal charges.

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7 super SF Bay Area things to do over Easter weekend, April 19-21

From Egg hunts and parade, to Snoop Dogg, Too Short and E-40 (at 1 show!) to a beer fest, Coachella acts and free national park fun -- here are 7 ways to enjoy the weekend in the S.F. Bay Area and beyond.

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Pro skier Dave Treadway dies after 100-foot plunge into crevasse

Canadian professional freeskier Dave Treadway was killed Monday when he fell about 100 feet into a crevasse while skiing in the backcountry with a group of people in the mountains just north of Whistler, British Columbia.

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Off Topic: Lori Loughlin’s daughter, George Lucas, bat flip and brawl, a ‘neighborly’ argument

Lori Loughlin's daughter, Isabella, is said to be under federal investigation in the college bribery admissions scandal. George Lucas visits the "Game of Thrones" set. A big bat flip leads to a big baseball brawl. A Florida-style neighborly spat in, of course, Florida.

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Cafe X COO talks ‘the right moment’ for robot baristas

Q&A with Cynthia Yeung, formerly of Google and SoftBank Robotics, on Isaac Asimov, technology and its impact on society.

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