Talk Back: NFL arrests
Has the NFL's handling of recent arrests of players for domestic violence altered your view of the league?
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(Tell us why or why not?)

(Dai Sugano, Bay Area News Group)
Drugging our kids: 1 foster child, 6 drugs, 20 homes

One teen's story illustrates a disturbing pattern: When it comes to managing challenging childhoods, California's child welfare system relies on expedient choices that often don't work and resists tough ones that do. 
( RAY CHAVEZ )
John Burris: Man shot by Richmond police did not try to grab officer's gun

With witnesses to the police shooting that killed their son and a powerful civil rights attorney at their side, the family of Richard Perez III on Saturday disputed the officer's claim that the 24-year-old tried to grab his gun during a struggle outside a liquor store. 
( JANE TYSKA )
Live updates: Raiders vs. Patriots

Keep up with all the action as the Oakland Raiders look to get in the win column against the New England Patriots. 
( Christian Petersen )
Cal's big night in Arizona ends in epic collapse

Cal led 28-6 at halftime and 45-43 with four seconds left, but Wildcats win on 47-yard TD pass on the final play of the game 
BAY AREA NEWS
( Jim Gensheimer )
Honda, Khanna spar over what it means to be an effective congressman

Democratic challenger Ro Khanna says Congressman Mike Honda is too orthodox of a liberal Democrat to get much done in Washington; Honda says he works across the aisle, but more often behind the scenes. 
SPORTS
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Cal athletics store celebrates football victory prematurely

The Cal athletic department's official store prematurely congratulated the football team on a victory Saturday, offering a 25 percent discount shortly before Arizona rallied to victory on a Hail Mary pass 
BUSINESS
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Oracle's Larry Ellison: Fierce competitor who doesn't like to quit

Silicon Valley's longest-serving CEO isn't quitting his company, he insists, but his transition at Oracle marks a changing of the guard.