( ARIC CRABB )
California water saving mandate shrinks cuts for some cities
State regulators on Saturday announced a revised plan to reduce water use in drought-stricken California that offers easier conservation targets for major cities, including Los Angeles, while demanding greater cutbacks from others.
( Hannah Foslien )
Adrian Peterson a Raider? Don't count on it
Once upon a time I scoffed at a Profootballtalk.com report that Randy Moss would be traded to the Raiders and ended up regretting it when it turned out the then fledgling Web site was right.
Bay Area posts strong job gains during March
The Bay Area added more than 13,000 jobs during March, led by an upswing in tech oriented regions such as Santa Clara County, where a gain of 5,500 jobs put the South Bay region on pace to reach an all-time record number of jobs by year's end, and the San Francisco-San Mateo region added 6,000 jobs, while the East Bay gained 1,500 jobs.
( RAY CHAVEZ )
Kerr's five key decisions for Warriors' success
Golden State Warriors rookie coach Steve Kerr made five key decisions that turned his team into an NBA championship contender.
(Joan Morris/Bay Area News Group)
Drought-friendly trees for your landscape
Consider your soil first when deciding what type of tree to plant. You may be surprised at what will or won't do well.
( Nick Wass )
ESPN's Britt McHenry urged compassion before ripping tow employee
Suspended ESPN reporter asked Facebook friends to be nice to others, just days before exploding on woman and calling her names.