Talk Back: BART cameras
Do you think BART should use fake surveillance cameras on its trains?
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Wettest January since 2010, more rain to come

SAN JOSE -- The Bay Area is experiencing its wettest January since 2010, and more rain is expected during the remaining two weeks of the month.The storm system that passed through the Bay Area on Sunday night soaked the region and mostly delivered between one to three inches of rain to most cities, 
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Alameda: Capone's closes after a year

The owners of the bar and restaurant, which boasted on its website that it would "take you back into the spirit of the Roaring Twenties with a modern twist," offered no public announcement as to the reasons for the abrupt shuttering. 
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East Oakland Wal-Mart closes; what's next?

Wal-Mart shoppers in East Oakland offered their thoughts on the store's impending closure Sunday, the last day it would be open. 
CRIME & COURTS
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Don McLean mugshot: American Pie singer in domestic violence arrest

01/18/2016 10:46 AM PST
CAMDEN, Maine (AP) -- A jail supervisor says "American Pie" singer Don McLean has been arrested on a misdemeanor domestic violence charge in Maine. Cpl. 
SPORTS
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Warriors return to scene of title clincher

The Golden State Warriors visit the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday knowing they need to play better than they have while losing two of the past three games.

Kawakami: Sluggish Warriors need lift from Kerr 

OPINION
Borenstein: We're better than the bigotry we're witnessing

As a nation of immigrants, we must find a way to get beyond bigotry that some politicians have inflamed. With each cry of hatred, we regress into our ugly past. With each call for closing our borders, we rekindle the isolationist mentality of the 1930s that allowed us to ignore the crisis in Europe and later turn away Jews trying to flee the Holocaust. 
BUSINESS
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Quinn: The fallacy of the privacy trade-off

People say they are in principle concerned about online tracking or allowing their personal information to be shared with third parties. But when faced with an app they really want, consumers tend to agree to the terms, even if it means overriding their privacy rules.