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Oakland muralist's death by law enforcement gun spurs talk about weapon security
The revelation this week that a federal immigration agent's gun was used to kill Oakland muralist Antonio Ramos in September adds to a running tally of high-profile Bay Area cases from the past year where a law enforcement firearm was stolen from a vehicle.
Hector Sandoval, 24, Jason Mejia, 27, and Richard Lopez, 24, all of Hayward, pleaded guilty in September to various charges in connection with the Feb. 16, 2008 fatal shooting of Francisco Sanchez, 35, of Livermore during an altercation at Niles Banquet Hall in Fremont.
Port of Oakland tests night and Saturday trucking hours in effort to cut down on costly waits to drop off and pick up cargo on the marine terminals.
A 1995 Nissan traveling east on Quail Avenue east of Lake Chabot Road veered into a retaining wall, injuring the 66-year-old driver, who was transported to Eden Medical Center in Castro Valley.
Chabot Gladiators football team has breakthrough win over College of San Mateo, now faces powerhouse City College of San Francisco
The state Department of Managed Health Care has returned Alameda Alliance for Health back to local control. The state seized Alameda Alliance in 2014, saying it was in danger of going under.
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Review: 'Rise of the Tomb Raider' continues Lara Croft's rebooted adventure
Latest release in the Lara Croft franchise wisely plays off the 2013 reboot, exploring how that game's traumatic events have affected the young heroine.
Gwyneth Paltrow sings on new Coldplay record
Coldplay singer Chris Martin suggested ex-wife Gwyneth Paltrow sing some lyrics she wrote for their new single “Everglow.”