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Millbrae ban is for the birds: City officials consider ordinance to help cut down bird strikes at San Francisco International Airport   

Millbrae isn’t going to the birds, in fact it’s hoping to keep people from feeding the flying creatures to help San Francisco International Airport cut down on bird strikes. Tonight, the City Co...

Finding a way to succeed   

Mary Yaco was an angry teen. She became a ward of the court at 14. Although Yaco continued school as a teen, she also battled with depression and thoughts of hurting herself. As a result, Yaco’s t...

Resident interrupts man trying to break into Hillsborough home   

A Hillsborough resident interrupted a man trying to break into her home on Summit Drive Sunday afternoon, according to police. The resident was inside her home on the 2500 block of Summit Drive arou...

San Carlos aiming to reduce sidewalk claims   

If San Carlos has its way, claims and lawsuits like that filed late last week by Kaiya Storm will be a thing of the past. Storm claims in a June 6 suit against the city that her foot got caught on a ...

Doctor charged with torching own business, having guns in San Carlos   

A doctor with reported psychiatric issues is charged with vandalizing and torching his San Carlos electronic cigarette business multiple times after a mental breakdown in December, according to prosec...

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Legislative leader says state budget deal is near   

SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown and the Legislature’s Democratic leaders are close to a state budget deal that maintains fiscal balance, Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg and other lawmaker...

Senate passes half-trillion dollar farm bill   

WASHINGTON — The Senate on Monday passed a five-year, half-trillion-dollar farm bill that expands government subsidies for crop insurance, rice and peanuts while making small cuts to food stamps. T...

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WASHINGTON — Federal health officials say they have found bacteria and fungus in drug vials from a Tennessee specialty pharmacy that recalled all of its injectable medicines last month. The Food an...

WASHINGTON — Arena Pharmaceuticals says its weight loss drug Belviq will be available to U.S. patients beginning next week, nearly a year after the drug was officially approved by federal regulators...

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The commercial is adorable, as it is meant to be. Pull at the heart strings to pull at the purse strings. A beautiful and pensive curly-haired little girl asks her mother if it’s true that Cheerios...

John Laird, secretary of the California Natural Resources Agency, recently announced the formation of a study commission tasked with drawing up a plan to reinvent the state’s troubled park system. ...

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Finding parking in the downtown core of San Mateo can be difficult in the early afternoons. The city is undertaking a
long-term plan to improve parking conditions in the area.

Public parking in downtown San Mateo is generally below the practical capacity of 85 percent occupancy, meaning finding a spot should not be too difficult unless you are looking to park in the “down...

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A temporary fire station is being constructed downtown to accommodate Fire Station No. 24, which will be demolished and replaced with a new state-of-the-art facility.

More than 15 years after voters in San Mateo approved a bond measure for facility upgrades, the city is ready to relocate some firefighters to a temporary facility, tear down Fire Station No. 24 on So...

Now that the boys’ state golf tournament is complete, the 2012-13 high school season is officially over. And before the Daily Journal sports department turns its attention to summer full time, we s...

The biggest concern surrounding Serra baseball star Jordan Paroubeck was not what kind of numbers he would put up his senior year. After all, Paroubeck was a hot prospect not only on the college radar...

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NEW YORK — The Standard & Poor’s ratings agency said Monday it’s getting more optimistic about the U.S. economy. But investors just yawned. Stocks budged higher when trading opened, shortly af...

SAN FRANCISCO — Apple is throwing out most of the real-world graphical cues from its iPhone and iPad software, like the casino-green “felt” of its Game Center app, in what it calls the biggest u...

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LOS ANGELES — Jurors have been shown an email in which the top executive at AEG Live LLC expressed grave concerns about treatments Michael Jackson was receiving from his longtime dermatologist. The...

SAN FRANCISCO — Organizers of San Francisco’s annual gay pride celebration have confirmed that the U.S. soldier who has acknowledged providing classified documents to WikiLeaks no longer will not ...

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