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Report: Limo driver on phone before fatal fire   

REDWOOD CITY — The estranged wife of the Northern California limousine driver who was behind the wheel when a fire in the vehicle killed five women celebrating a wedding said he had been arguing wit...

Seton, SamTrans seek tax help   

After tentatively allocating more than $42 million in Measure A sales tax money for the next two fiscal years, county supervisors are ready to tackle two big-ticket items seeking a piece of the annual...

The long wait for VA compensation   

After dedicating their lives serving their country in the military, many veterans assume their country will then jump at the chance to help them out in their own time of need. But many veterans who su...

Depot Circle could mean thousands a year for city   

Once complete, the Block 2 office development in downtown Redwood City is estimated to deliver about $350,000 annually to the general fund and another $10,000 yearly to the parking fund. The figures ...

Airships and Moffett Field   

On Aug. 16, 1942, sirens blazed and the police squad car sped down the Daly City streets. After a confusing call at the police station, the chief immediately ran to the garage and got into a squad ca...

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Toyota sudden acceleration case starts   

LOS ANGELES — Noriko Uno was afraid of driving fast, often avoiding the freeway and taking the same route every day from her Upland home to and from her family’s sushi restaurant. She had put only...

Pentagon chief: Furloughs likely to continue   

JOINT BASE CHARLESTON, S.C. — The audience gasped in surprise and gave a few low whistles as Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel delivered the news that furloughs, which have forced a 20 percent pay cut o...

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Carelle Karimimanesh (left) receives her autographed copy of “Children of the Jacaranda Tree” from its author, Sahar Delijani (seated), at the San Mateo Main Library July 14. Delijani was born in ...

Foghorn Leghorn is coming to the Peninsula. This past week, Peninsula Humane Society was contacted by a Stockton-based farm animal sanctuary which helped save 500+ white leghorn hens from “retiremen...

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Dennis Pawl, San Mateo’s arborist, loves his job but the big challenge is diplomatically turning down a citizen’s request to chop down a heritage tree. Sometimes it’s a battle between neighbors ...

At the beginning of this month, the Standard & Poor’s credit-rating agency released a positive outlook for California, the first since upgrading the state’s rating to A, following the...

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San Franciscan Doc Young bowls at Brentwood Bowl on a Thursday night.

South San Francisco is one step closer to opening a larger bowling alley at the location of the now vacant Century Theater at 410 Noor Ave. The Planning Commission voted unanimously Thursday evening ...

GULLANE, Scotland — One of the greatest final rounds in a major. Two of the best shots he ever struck with a 3-wood. The third leg of the Grand Slam. Phil Mickelson never imagined any of this happ...

While fans came to watch the San Mateo Shockers take on the Redwood City Blues on Saturday, Shockers starting pitcher Sean Watkins did everything in his power to steal the show. In a performance that...

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NEW YORK — Bulgaria, the United Arab Emirates and Pakistan. An itinerary for a traveler with a flair for languages or a list of scenes for a spy thriller set during the Cold War? Neither. It turns ...

Blue-collar workers poured into the cavernous auto plants of Detroit for generations, confident that a sturdy back and strong work ethic would bring them a house, a car and economic security. It was a...

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SAN DIEGO — The cape, the curl, the S on the chest. Superman is among comics’ most recognizable characters, and 75 years after Cleveland teenagers Jerry Siegel and Joe Schuster’s Kryptonian ma...

 
  


 
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