Suit over BART cop's killing

The widow of BART Detective Sergeant Tommy Smith Jr. has filed a federal complaint alleging that BART police chiefs routinely sent officers into high-risk searches without the backup of a trained SWAT team. 
( Robert Salonga )
Seeking prowler in Warriors' playoff shirt

Police are seeking a man clad in a bright yellow "Strength in Numbers" shirt from the Golden State Warriors' current championship run who was seen prowling through a backyard in Los Altos last week. 
( Josie Lepe )
'Real name' policy protest at Facebook

Drag queens, Native Americans and others on Monday protested a Facebook rule that requires people to provide their real name and verify their identity.  
(Josie Lepe)
105-year-old fan Sweetie gets Warriors tickets

Sweetie gets tickets, will attend game with her daughter 
Sure, Snoop Dogg can roll a joint. But can he roll sushi against Masaharu Morimoto? Oakland Raider Charles Woodson can tackle a ball carrier. But can he tackle World Champ pizza champ Tony Gemignani?  
 
 
Oakland Soldiers
Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James will be facing the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals, but when he was a teenager, he spent summers playing for the Oakland Soldiers traveling team.  
 
 
Berkeley center has been a focal point of progressive politics and Latin arts and cultural since it was founded by refugees of a bloody Chilean coup.  
 
 
Airlines are trying to save time by speeding up a part of flying that creates delays even before the plane leaves the gate: the boarding process.
This summer travel season, Delta plans to preload carry-on bags above passengers' seats on some flights. Southwest wants to get families seated together more quickly.  
 
 
Dan Honda
Oscar's, a popular Berkeley hamburger restaurant since 1950, is set to become the third California outlet of Sweetgreen, which describes itself as "a destination for delicious food that's both healthy for you and aligned with your values."  
 
 
The grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency took nine years, but opposition remains  
 
 
 
SB 178 clarifies when law enforcement needs to obtain a warrant before seizing and searching digital devices