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Handshake-gate?: Measure P discussion leads to ‘awkward’ moment between mayor, school chief   

After San Mateo Mayor David Lim and Deputy Mayor Robert Ross made it clear Thursday night they would not recommend that the City Council support Measure P to upgrade local school facilities, a strange...

South San Francisco Councilwoman Karyl Matsumoto suspends her campaign for two-year seat   

Longtime South San Francisco Councilwoman Karyl Matsumoto is suspending her campaign for a two-year seat she had sought as a way to help the council remain stable in the wake of one mid-term vacancy a...

Insurance agent imprisoned for stealing $300,000 in premiums   

A Millbrae insurance agent who stole approximately $300,000 in premiums, leaving several customers filing claims against nonexistent policies, was sentenced to four years in prison. Irene Koh, 54, wa...

Power lines across Bay to be upgraded   

Pacific Gas and Electric will upgrade the existing conductor wire in the overhead transmission lines that cross San Francisco Bay between Hayward and San Mateo, according to Foster City officials. T...

Measure A money used for youth mental health   

The county Office of Education along with health, probation and behavioral health departments will use $9.3 million in Measure A sales tax funds over the next two years to emphasize prevention and ear...

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Government shutdown looms: House Republicans vow to not simply accept stopgap legislation   

WASHINGTON — Moving closer to the brink of a government shutdown, House Republicans vowed Thursday they won’t simply accept the stopgap legislation that is likely to remain after Senate Democrats ...

Official sidesteps queries on cellphone locations   

WASHINGTON — The nation’s top intelligence official on Thursday sidestepped questions from a senator about whether the National Security Agency has ever used Americans cellphone signals to collect...

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In its first year, the Mazda CX-5 crossover sport utility vehicle won over auto critics with its driver-pleasing handling, comfortable interior and sporty looks. Now in its second model year, the fiv...

For more than six years, education officials have talked about ways to solve the overcrowding situation in Foster City schools. A significant portion of that time was spent on trying to find an approp...

San Mateo County Community College District Richard Holober Tom Mohr Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary School District Rakesh Hegde Amy Koo Charles Velschow Hillsborough City Elementary...

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Brian Ogata, Barbara Anderson, Marc Samuels and Eric Fronberg rehearse before their live Blue Blanket Improv show at Odd Fellows Hall in Half Moon Bay.

If you make your way to Odd Fellows Hall, located on Half Moon Bay’s Main Street, on the second Saturday of the month, you’ll be treated to a night of silly antics and humorous scenarios....

Greg Matonis at last year’s Salsa Festival in Redwood City. Matonis is aiming for the ‘People’s Choice’ award this year.

The best and the brightest salsa makers in the area will gather in Redwood City tomorrow and that includes two-time winner Greg Matonis, while the delicious and dangerous combination of beer and bacon...

Friday night’s Daily Journal Game of the Week should serve as an interesting experiment — one that looks into what a blowout does to two different football teams. Under the lights in South San F...

Spanning back to Ocean Division play last year, Woodside and South City have forged something of a spirited rivalry, with both teams moving up to the Bay Division this season. The Wildcats picked up ...

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MENLO PARK — Google has quietly retooled the closely guarded formula running its Internet search engine to give better answers to the increasingly complex questions posed by Web surfers. The overha...

NEW YORK — Upbeat news about jobs and retailers helped the Standard & Poor’s 500 index snap its longest losing streak of the year on Thursday. U.S. unemployment claims fell close to their lowest...

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NEW YORK — The supply is running low and you know there won’t be more. “Breaking Bad” stands to leave its fans reeling. For five seasons of wickedness this AMC drama has set viewers face-to-f...

NEW YORK — Betsy Brandt says the intensity of the final “Breaking Bad” episodes “physically affected” her. “There were days shooting — these last eight episodes especially — I just fe...

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