Hayward: City settles lawsuit with man allegedly bit by K-9 dog

A man who alleged officers roughed him up after a 2014 traffic stop and then released a police dog, which inflicted serious injury to the man's arm and chin, will receive $45,000.  
A jury returned a guilty verdict for attempted voluntary manslaughter for Duane Nailor, who is accused of beating Shawn Bradford with a metal pipe in Berkeley in 2013.  
The trial for Lamar Shaw, charged with the fatal shooting of Xzavier Johnson who was shot and killed July 5, 2014, has begun.  
Trains at the Hayward station were stopped Monday afternoon after a man who had been badly injured in a beating came to the station for help.  
The protesters are part of a group known as Occupy the Farm, which has opposed the university's plans to build a mixed use project that includes a Sprouts Farmers Market and assisted living facility on the site along San Pablo Avenue at Monroe Street.  
The graham cracker-sized computer can be adapted for all sorts of uses: low-cost computing and graphics to cheap wireless speakers.  
None of the train's 101 crew and passengers were injured.  
Mark Coplan will face at least two opponents, Ben Bartlett and Deborah Matthews, both members of Berkeley's Planning Commission, for the seat currently occupied by Councilman Max Anderson, who will not seek re-election.  
Two San Jose men and two juveniles were arrested Monday, after alert citizens helped police point the way to all four after a succession of auto burglaries, police said.  
The California State University faculty union will bring teaching to a halt at all 23 campuses in April -- an unprecedented move for the 470,000-student university system -- unless an agreement over salaries is reached before then, the union announced Monday morning.  
( T. Charles Erickson )
Review: 'Satchmo' goes behind Louis Armstrong's happy facade

The solo show 'Satchmo' by Terry Teachout depicts jazz legend Louis Armstrong reflecting on his bittersweet life and music; it plays at American Conservatory Theater through Feb. 7