Talk Back: PG&E tax break
Should PG&E be able to write off its $1.6 billion fine for the San Bruno fire as a tax deduction?

(Tell us why or why not?)

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Thousands mourn slain Hayward officer

On the floor of Oracle Arena Thursday morning stood 1,500 uniformed officers standing at attention, their eyes fixed ahead to an arrangement of funeral flower wreaths, and the framed uniform of Sgt. Scott Lunger.

Daughter: "You were my God-given hero"

How we laid to rest @HaywardPD #ScottLunger: Social media reaction 

(D. Ross Cameron/Bay Area News Group)
Raiders new coaches burst with energy

New Raiders coach Jack Del Rio and his staff an 'electrifying group,' says Oakland cornerback T.J. Carrie 
(McMath family photo)
Tentative ruling: Judge rules against Jahi's family

Judge Robert Freedman tentatively ruled that 13-year-old Jahi McMath has been determined to be deceased multiple times by the legal system and he's inclined to not allow new arguments on the topic. If the ruling is finalized, it could cost the Oakland girl's family millions of dollars. 
( Laura A. Oda )
Point Molate readies for next phase

Although litigation with the Guidiville Indian tribe and Upstream LLC is ongoing, soil cleanup at the Point Molate peninsula is nearly complete, and plans are in the works to refurbish and rent one of the historic cottages as a way to drum up interest in the site. 
( Courtesy of Atlus USA )
Review: 'Lost Dimension' finds ways to get you hooked.

With a story line that combines elements of 'Survivor' and 'Hunger Games' and some challenging and creative gameplay, 'Lost Dimension' is contrived but highly entertaining