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Getting married in San Mateo County   

Like the rest of California, the San Mateo County Clerk’s Office late Friday received confirmation the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals lifted its stay on same-sex marriages. The office of Mark Churc...

Free parking in Burlingame?   

Burlingame’s downtown could be getting free parking, temporarily, and a new mixed-use development under proposals that go before the City Council Monday. Downtown and Burlingame Avenue are going t...

Three-striker denied new prison sentence   

A San Mateo robber serving 25 years to life in prison is still a dangerous public risk if released, according to a judge who refused to resentence the county’s first petitioner since voters changed ...

Parolee sentenced for beating girlfriend   

A Daly City parolee accused of holding his girlfriend under hot water to “know what the fires of hell are like” and forced her 3-year-old son to bite her twice was sentenced Friday to 40 years to ...

Volunteer firefighter sentenced for arson   

A Sonoma county volunteer firefighter accused of setting fire to land near a reservoir off Interstate 280 so he could watch the emergency response received a year jail sentence on Friday to start afte...

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Same-sex marriages begin — Appeals court lifts hold in California after U.S. Supreme Court ruling   

SAN FRANCISCO — The four plaintiffs in the U.S. Supreme Court case that overturned California’s same-sex marriage ban tied the knot Friday, just hours after a federal appeals court freed gay coupl...

Brown seeks to delay freeing inmates   

SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown’s administration on Friday asked a panel of federal judges to delay its order that California release nearly 10,000 additional inmates by year’s end, granting him t...

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In 1767, Britain approved the Townshend Revenue Act, which imposed import duties on glass, paint, oil, lead, paper and tea shipped to the American colonies. (Colonists bitterly protested, prompting Pa...

The jobless recovery is barely sputtering along. Economic growth is anemic. The Christian Science Monitor recently reported that manufacturing activity contracted in May for the first time in eight mo...

The current prison standoff between Gov. Jerry Brown and a federal three-judge panel reflects basic contradictions. Californians want tough sentencing laws, but they don’t want to pay for more priso...

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Members of the Redwood City Council enjoy the festivities during 2012’s Fourth of July parade.

Take a break midweek to celebrate the Fourth of July locally with music, food, games and even fireworks. Fun runs and park outings are part of the family-friendly options offered this year in Redwoo...

OAKLAND — The only thing Bartolo Colon cares about is staying healthy and helping his team win. He simply has no idea how to answer the constant questions about how he’s doing both. Colon tossed ...

DENVER — Barry Zito lost again on the road, though more of the blame can be placed on his punchless San Francisco Giants teamates than on the veteran left-hander. Zito gave up 10 hits and four run...

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NEW YORK — Given the wild trading of late, it was a calm close to the month. After flitting between tiny gains and losses most of Friday, the stock market closed mostly lower, a peaceful end to the...

Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market: NYSE Nike Inc., up $1.36 at $63.68 The athletic shoe and clothing company report...

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By Susan Cohn Daily Journal Senior Correspondent THE LIES LOVERS TELL: HAROLD PINTER’S BETRAYAL AT OFF BROADWAY WEST THEATRE COMPANY. The concept is a familiar one — a wife has an affair with ...

Staggeringly implausible, cartoonishly comical, Roland Emmerich’s “White House Down” is refreshingly dumb. Refreshing because carefree action absurdity, once the province of the summer cinema,...

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