Talk Back: Border kids
Should the U.S. continue to accommodate unaccompanied Latin America children coming across the border?
 Yes
 No

(Tell us why or why not?)
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Astronaut Buzz Aldrin returning to USS Hornet

"Splashdown 45" will take place all day July 26 at the USS Hornet Museum and will feature a talk by Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin Jr., one of just 12 men to have walked on the moon and a tireless advocate for manned missions to Mars and continued space exploration. 
Like the Florida Everglades, the Bay Delta watershed is a national treasure. Every Californian has a stake in the outcome of the fierce controversy over the re-engineering of our unique and precious estuary.  
 
The popUp Gallery exhibit, which opened July 11 as part of the 2nd Fridays Art Walk in Alameda, perfectly integrates visual and language arts in a way that is thought-provoking, humorous and easily accessible to the viewer.  
 
To submit an item to the What's Happening calendar, email ccnsports@bayareanewsgroup.com to request a form. Put "What's Happening" in the subject line.  
 
Richard Trask/Tacoma RainiersPries is producing for the RainersFormer Alameda High baseball player Jordan Pries now plays for the Tacoma Rainiers, the Seattle Mariners Class-AAA affiliate in the Pacific Coast League.  
 
Like the Florida Everglades, the Bay Delta watershed is a national treasure. Every Californian has a stake in the outcome of the fierce controversy over the re-engineering of our unique and precious estuary.  
 
East Bay Municipal Utility District board to hold Aug. 12 hearing on drought regulation barring customers from flooding pavement, or washing cars without a nozzle on the hose  
 
A 42-year-old woman turned to a Hayward fire station for help Sunday after allegedly being kidnapped at gunpoint days earlier from Santa Cruz.  
 
The Bay Area may incubate techno-innovation, but it's fallen as flat as the rest of the country in one critical area: nurturing the next generation of cyber whizzes. Business and political leaders alike have harped on the need to teach kids computer programming and expand the traditional geek pool to include more girls, Latinos and African-Americans. From Oakland to Walnut Creek to San Jose, schools are introducing coding classes.  
 
From noon to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, the public can see the Alameda Museum's permanent collection of Diller's memorabilia, her "Key to the City of Alameda" and some of her trademark hats and original artwork.  
 
This barren, desert prison is where O.J. Simpson lives

Some here call it the 'O.J. House,' the only gated community in a vast stretch of desert rich in gold and silver, pioneer trails and proud, isolated towns north of Reno.