CHP photo scandal elicits shock, condemnation

Community leaders, drivers and authorities reacted Saturday with shock, fear and disappointment and questioned whether people can trust officers after the revelation Wednesday that two California Highway Patrol officers have been accused of stealing nude photos from women they booked into jail. 
CHP Investigation by the Bay Area News Group
The growing investigation into allegations California Highway Patrol officers have secretly traded explicit photos of female arrestees by poaching pictures from their phones has shocked the community, but similar isolated incidents have popped up across the nation ever since cell phones became quasi-cameras.  
HAYWARD -- The last of three men convicted of murdering three people outside a San Leandro warehouse party in 2011 was sentenced Friday to life in prison without the possibility of parole.  
BART: end of era for free parking  
A woman fatally shot Thursday morning in East Oakland survived being wounded by random gunfire in July 2013, police said Friday while releasing her name.  
Alamedans came together for a pancake breakfast Sunday at the Elks Lodge for the American Red Cross to help the city's arson victims.  
Jennifer and Chelsea Fox
On Oct. 16, Olcott and Pochop's warm Mulberry's Home store opened to the public on Piedmont Avenue for the first time, showcasing high end home furnishings, decorations and gifts. The store is in the old Piedmont Avenue branch of the Oakland Public Library, tucked slightly off Piedmont Avenue on 41st Street.  
Ahmadiyaa Mosque aims to educate the larger community about his teachings  
Jack Stewart, owner of Aunt Mary's cafe in the Temescal District, has reached an agreement to buy the property.  
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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.