'Dracula' staged at Ohlone starting on Halloween

Ohlone College Department of Theatre and Dance will present "Dracula," directed by Michael Navarra, Oct. 
Weibel fifth-graders pen letters  
Fremont student wins environmental awardLynnea Shuck, 17, of Mission San Jose High in Fremont, has received a Brower Youth Award for creating a junior ranger program at the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge.  
Police in Washington state say two students at a high school north of Seattle are dead, including one who opened fire on fellow students.  
Andrew Hoeft-Edenfield, 27, was sentenced Friday to 12 years in state prison in the killing of Christopher Wootton, a member of Sigma Pi fraternity.  
Hill and Valley Club's annual Scholarship Bazaar helps finance scholarships for area high school students.  
Inmate education at the San Francisco Sheriff's Department just got a little more sophisticated.  
Elsewhere: Mt. Eden High's Day of the Dead exhibit on tap; Fremont schools use rebates for safety; and San Lorenzo High to update bike parking.  
Former Woodside Elementary School teacher will be retried next month despite previous jury acquitting the Martinez resident on 21 counts and deadlocking on other 95 counts.  
At a meeting packed with people calling for his immediate resignation, Santa Clara schools trustee Chris Stampolis was censured by his fellow board members for harassing the principal of his son s middle school. Stampolis was the lone dissent in the board s 5-1 vote to "censure, repudiate, disavow and formally express its disapproval of him for his harassment. His friend and ally Ina Bendis left the room rather than take part in the vote.  
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Review: Asian Art Museum travels 'Roads of Arabia'

The touring exhibition 'Roads of Arabia: Archaeology and History of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' -- at San Francisco's Asian Art Museum through Jan. 18 -- features 200 items in stone, gold, bronze and other metals, spanning millennia but unearthed only over the past 40 years. They show that, for many cultures and civilizations, the Arabian Peninsula was an important crossroads. 
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'Here Comes Honey Boo Boo' canceled

TLC axes show after evidence surfaces that star Mama June had resumed a romance with a convicted child molester.