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Chevron agrees to new Richmond refinery project conditions

Reversing its previous position, Chevron Corp. on Monday accepted an alternative to its planned $1 billion Richmond refinery modernization project proposed by the office of state Attorney General Kamala Harris, agreeing to a lower cap on greenhouse gas emissions stemming from the project. 
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Q&A with Raiders owner Mark Davis

Had a chance to sit down for an exclusive interview with Raiders owner Mark Davis Monday at an East Bay restaurant discuss training camp and his expectations for the coming season after an active off-season. 
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Berkeley clears homeless camp, collects 1,000 pounds of trash

An area under Interstate 80 at Gilman Street had rotting food, human waste and hypodermic needles. 
As Oakland Raiders report to training camp at the Napa Valley Marriott on Wednesday, coach Dennis Allen is on the hot seat.  
 
 
The Golden State Warriors officially announce the signing of Brandon Rush.
 
 
 
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BEVERLY HILLSAs Matt Smith's time-traveling days on "Doctor Who" near an end, he admits that there are moments when he wonders if he'll deeply regret his decision to leave the beloved sci-fi drama.  
 
 
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A guide to what's new at Sierra Nevada ski and snowboard resorts, from new chairlifts and terrain parks to lodge expansions and lessons for kids.  
 
 
Nicholas Obenchain, 25, of Alameda, was pronounced dead at Highland Hospital on Monday night after being ejected and found unconscious in front of a Corvette early Friday morning.  
 
 
 
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Tesla Motors shut down its production line Monday as part of a long-scheduled plan to retool the factory to increase production of the Model S sedan and prepare for the introduction of the Model X crossover SUV.  
 
 
The horrific downing of a Malaysia Airlines commercial jetliner over Ukraine last week -- most likely from surface-to-air missiles launched by Russian separatists -- has put Russian President Vladimir Putin in a desperate bind.  
 
 
This barren, desert prison is where O.J. Simpson lives

Some here call it the 'O.J. House,' the only gated community in a vast stretch of desert rich in gold and silver, pioneer trails and proud, isolated towns north of Reno.