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    Talk Back: Executive action
    Do you support President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration?
     Yes
     No

    (Tell us why or why not?)

    (Phelan M. Ebenhack/AP)
    Curry, Warriors stay hot in Florida

    Stephen Curry scores 28 points playing three quarters as the Warriors rout the Magic to win their seventh game in a row. 
    (East Bay Regional Parks Police)
    Oakland: Park slaying victim a longtime teacher

    A man authorities said fatally shot during a possible robbery Tuesday afternoon on a hiking trail at Huckleberry Regional Preserve was identified Wednesday as a 60-year-old retired teacher. He was identified as David Robert Ruenzel, an Oakland resident who also wrote about education issues.  
    (Nhat V. Meyer)
    49ers-Seahawks: John Madden breaks it down

    Longtime NFL broadcaster and Hall of Fame coach John Madden delivers his scouting report on Thanksgiving Day showdown between San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks 
    BAY AREA NEWS
    (Bay Area News Group)
    Animal rights activists lose bid for tighter Rowell Ranch Rodeo rules

    Activists had sought an end to wild cow milking, along with mutton busting, goat tying and electric prods at the rodeo, but Hayward park district directors turned down the request. 
    SPORTS
    (Phelan M. Ebenhack/AP)
    Curry, Warriors stay hot in Florida

    Stephen Curry scores 28 points playing three quarters as the Warriors rout the Magic to win their seventh game in a row. 

    BUSINESS


    (Paul Sakuma/AP Photo)
    Netflix accuses Yahoo exec of kickback scheme

    Four months after being hired by Yahoo to run its data operations, Mike Kail is accused by his former employer Netflix of secretly collecting “commissions” from two valley IT companies that did business with the Los Gatos streaming video giant.