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Authority says AP tests require big overhaul: Legal battle begins over invalidated exams at Mills, College Board stands by decision   

Invalidated AP exam scores at Mills High School is leading to a legal showdown with district officials seeking the students’ scores back, but one testing expert said the answer to the overall flawe...

Ex-probation chief’s child porn trial to jury   

Jurors must now decide if former county probation chief Stuart James Forrest is a personal “collector of child pornography” with a particular fetish for nude boys bound and spanked or a dedicated ...

Man arrested for hate crime in San Mateo   

San Mateo police arrested a man Wednesday night for allegedly badly beating a man with a large bicycle U-lock over the weekend for his sexual orientation. Early Saturday morning, police came across a...

Grand jury lauds Sheriff’s Office contracting   

The outsourcing of police service by three San Mateo County cities to the Sheriff’s Office was a smart move that saved significant money while maintaining or even bolstering services, according to t...

Redwood City bank robbery suspect arrested   

A transient is in custody for robbing the Provident Credit Union in Redwood City Tuesday afternoon after he was stopped in Belmont by police early Wednesday evening. The man, identified as Carmen Jo...

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Probe of deadly derailment focuses on train speed   

SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, Spain — By all accounts, the train was going way too fast as it curled around a gentle bend. Then in an instant, one car tumbled off the track, followed by the rest of the lo...

North Korea to put captured U.S. spy ship on display   

PYONGYANG, North Korea — If there was ever any doubt about what happened to the only U.S. Navy ship that is being held by a foreign government, North Korea has cleared it up. It’s in Pyongyang. An...

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Family sedan buyers are moving upscale, and they’re doing it by buying a Hyundai. With front styling that’s similar to a Mercedes-Benz and a tastefully designed interior, the 2013 Hyundai Sonata ...

In 1775, Benjamin Franklin became America’s first postmaster-general. In 1788, New York became the 11th state to ratify the U.S. Constitution. In 1863, Sam Houston, former president of the Republi...

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The San Mateo County Civil Grand Jury has been making waves with its recent reports from the need for the county to absorb the Mosquito and Vector Control District and the county’s accounting practi...

Diversity is one of California’s greatest strengths. Unfortunately, diversity is an endangered species in San Mateo County. Today, all five San Mateo County supervisors are Caucasian. The problem h...

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Robert Pickett, co-founder of the Half Moon Bay Shakespeare Company, will be helping to spruce up John L. Carter Memorial Park in Half Moon Bay this weekend to prep it for theatrical performances.

The works of the world’s most famous playwright will be enlivened on the coast during this year’s Half Moon Bay Shakespeare Festival, starting with the revamp of John L. Carter Memorial Park. Ro...

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George Solimine is showcasing his 1932 Ford Deluxe Coupe at the Burlingame Lions Club's ninth annual Cars-in-the-Park Saturday.

George Solimine used to visit Yosemite every year with his parents as a child. Instead of enjoying the spectacular granite cliffs, waterfalls, clear streams and Giant Sequoia groves, it was a 1932 Fo...

After about six weeks of hitting no one but teammates, the football teams from Burlingame, Half Moon Bay, Hillsdale and San Mateo met on the football field at Burlingame to participate in a four-team ...

ADELAIDE, Australia — Australian researchers say current controls on drug use in sports are doomed to fail and performed largely for show. The University of Adelaide study — titled “Anti-doping...

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NEW YORK — Gains in energy and chemical companies helped nudge the stock market higher Thursday. The modest move extends a pattern seen this week: Even with plenty of earnings news from big compan...

SAN FRANCISCO — Amazon.com Inc. on Thursday reported a surprise loss in the second quarter, as higher revenue was not enough to make up for rising operating expenses. The world’s largest online ...

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Don’t get us wrong. We don’t mean to take anything away from the more substantial qualities of “The Wolverine,” a fairly satisfying if not stellar installment in the saga of the famous mutant ...

50 SHADES! THE MUSICAL. YOU’LL LAUGH UNTIL IT HURTS. The producers of 50 Shades! The Musical want to make it very clear that their show is not associated with or endorsed or authorized by E.L. James...

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