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Evenings alive with music and dance: Peninsula cities kick off an array of summer concert series   

June doesn’t just bring sunshine and longer days, it also means free music in the afternoons and evenings in many Peninsula cities. These outdoor concerts are chances to get together with family a...

Burlingame moves toward virtual dispatch   

Updating the city’ emergency communication center is a step the Burlingame City Council could take Monday to move toward virtual police dispatch and shared services throughout the county in the futu...

Finding purpose at Redwood High   

Noah Ruiz was always kind of a quiet guy. The 17-year-old, who was the youngest of three, didn’t really come out of his shell until he got close to graduating from Redwood High School. At Sequoia ...

Gangmember imprisoned four years for stabbing   

The last of four gangmembers charged with the repeated stabbing of a man in Redwood City was sentenced Friday to four years in prison immediately after pleading no contest to assault with a deadly wea...

Robber in Redwood City SWAT standoff receives five years prison   

A Redwood City man whose arrest last year caused a lengthy standoff with SWAT officers was sentenced Friday to five years in prison after pleading no contest to three counts of robbery and admitting t...

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Bills to halt fracking fail   

SACRAMENTO — Attempts to place a moratorium on the controversial oil drilling technique known as fracking failed as the Legislature hit its first bill-passing deadline, but the industry almost certa...

Turkish police raid sit-in against tree removal   

ISTANBUL — Turkish riot police used tear gas and water cannon Friday to end a peaceful sit-in by hundreds of people trying to prevent trees from being uprooted in an Istanbul park. The dawn raid ign...

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More people are killed by bees, elephants and snakes than are killed by sharks. *** “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” (1941), “Rum and Coca Cola” (1944) and “Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree” (1...

We just celebrated Memorial Day, a day of remembering all those who died while serving their country. My dad fought in World War I in France with the 20th Machine Gun Battalion. His favorite poem wa...

Probably the most important school debate in decades is unfolding in Sacramento, and for once it has nothing to do with fill-in-the-bubble tests or the phonics versus whole language reading battle. It...

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Photos courtesy of Tom Finale
Wayn Phillips, Tommy Finale, Steve O’Brien, Joe Darbonne, Jim Hensel, Raina Phillips and Tom Finale with the 1975 Buick Skyhawk they are modifying into a drag-racing car.

Racing has never been this close, or this appealing when the Juggers Racing Team gets together. The club will exhibit approximately 22 cars owned by Jugger members in the main pavilion at the San ...

OAKLAND -- Bartolo Colon watched Alex Rios' foul pop fall into first baseman Brandon Moss' mitt, looked back at his catcher and started the ceremonial high-five line that follows most victories. Bee...

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Former South Carolina running back Marcus Lattimore signed a four-year contract with the San Francisco 49ers on Friday. Terms of the deal weren’t disclosed. The second of the 49e...

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NEW YORK — A gradual decline in the stock market turned into a rout Friday. After moving between small losses and gains for most of the day, the stock market plunged in the final hour of trading. ...

VIENNA — Once the symbol of oil dominance, OPEC faces new challenges as its members gather for a ministerial meeting this week on how much crude to pump. For the 12 oil ministers from countries r...

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LOS ANGELES — It’s a twist worthy of an M. Night Shyamalan film: Where is the prolific writer-director in the marketing of his latest work? “The Sixth Sense” filmmaker has seemingly been sidel...

Come to think of it, Hollywood films and magic shows have something in common: You pay your money, and you want to believe. Even if it’s exceedingly hard to do. At the start of “Now You See Me,...

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