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Caltrain fares on rise: $20M budget shortfall could prompt parking, ride hikes   

Riding Caltrain has become so popular, the transit agency says its budget is having a hard time keeping up. In striving to close a nearly $20 million hole, Caltrain is looking to increase ticket pric...

Beekeepers, robots, food, fun and more: Maker Faire Bay Area returns to San Mateo   

From a 12-ton giant fighting robot making its first public debut before it takes on a Japanese opponent, to protein bars made from leftovers in the craft brewery process, the curious creators cultivat...

Peninsula chefs vie for best chicken wing recipe: Redwood City restaurant owner to test new twist on an old favorite   

Bringing unique combinations of flavors together is what drives Ray Tom, owner of Redwood City’s Green Leaf Asian Bistro & Cafe. For three years, Tom has been experimenting with versatile flavors...

Neighbors question housing development: Concerns about height, impact of Habitat for Humanity project in Redwood City   

Whether neighbors’ concerns about 20 below-market-rate downtown condominiums proposed for 612 Jefferson Ave. in Redwood City’s downtown will halt Habitat for Humanity’s plans to increase the cit...

Three sentenced for ‘Sunny Day’ murders   

Three of four gangmembers were sentenced Thursday for murdering three people, closing a chapter on one of the most complex criminal case San Mateo County prosecutors have ever seen. Roberto Gabriel B...

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FCC vote kicks off a battle over regulation of the internet   

NEW YORK — A federal agency voted to kick off the repeal of “net neutrality” rules designed to keep broadband providers like AT&T, Verizon and Comcast from interfering with the internet. It’s...

Russian Foreign Minister mocks U.S. media over intelligence-sharing reports   

NICOSIA, Cyprus — Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Thursday mocked U.S. news reports suggesting President Donald Trump inappropriately shared sensitive intelligence with him about terror th...

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In 1536, Anne Boleyn, the second wife of England’s King Henry VIII, was beheaded after being convicted of adultery. In 1780, a mysterious darkness enveloped much of New England and part of Canada i...

My grandfather liked to point out that when his family came to California from Arkansas, they came in a 4-year-old car. It wasn’t a beaten-down jalopy as it could have been envisioned by those think...

Democratic legislators purport to defend foster kids, poor children who receive subsidized school lunches and English-language learners. So they should have readily supported legislation that would h...

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Ray Tom, owner of Redwood City’s Green Leaf Asian Bistro & Cafe, tosses chicken wings he marinated with his signature ‘chili chop’ sauce with hoisin and fresh chili peppers after deep frying them. Tom is a contestant in Saturday’s Redwing City chicken wing competition, part of Redwood City’s 150th Festival and Flower Extravaganza.

Bringing unique combinations of flavors together is what drives Ray Tom, owner of Redwood City’s Green Leaf Asian Bistro & Cafe. For three years, Tom has been experimenting with versatile flavors...

The MegaBots fighting robot the Mk.II was shown to the 2015 Maker Faire Bay Area crowd. A new version called Mk.III will be unveiled to the public for the first time this weekend at the San Mateo County Event Center.

From a 12-ton giant fighting robot making its first public debut before it takes on a Japanese opponent, to protein bars made from leftovers in the craft brewery process, the curious creators cultivat...

The San Mateo softball team’s win over Salinas in the first round of the Central Coast Section Division tournament Tuesday wasn’t surprising because the 15th-seeded Bearcats upset the second-seede...

OAKLAND — David West checks in to start the second quarter and the rest of the Warriors know to have their hands up and ready to catch his passes, because they will come fast and right on target. He...

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Solid gains among phone companies and some retailers helped nudge U.S. stocks higher on Thursday, a day after the stock market had its biggest drop in eight months. Banks also recouped some of their l...

Shares of Gap climbed Thursday after the retailer reported a quarterly profit that topped Wall Street expectations. The San Francisco-based company has struggled to adjust to changes in retail, with...

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It’s been nearly 40 years since a little red alien burst out of John Hurt’s chest (talk about name, scene synergy) in “Alien,” shocking audiences and critics with an audacious and terrifying s...

LOS ANGELES — Modern movie culture would have you believe artificial intelligence is out to kill us all. In “2001: A Space Odyssey,” Hal, the AI computer aboard a space flight to Jupiter, devel...

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