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Bludgeoning trial begins   

A drunken brawl inside a San Mateo apartment in 2004 ended with the brutal bludgeoning death of a Guatemalan man known to be an illegal smuggler of immigrants, an attack prosecutors believe was mo...

County faces high hospital subsidies without changes   

The county should expect to subsidize its hospital as much as $81 million by 2011 unless the San Mateo Medical Center reins in its costs and aggressively pursues state Medicare reimbursements, acc...

Belmont contemplates green vehicle initiative   

A program to give residents discounts on city programs if they purchase a low-emission vehicle will be a topic of debate at Tuesday’s Belmont City Council meeting. Under Councilman Dave War...

Candidates debate development   

How to improve economic development and build a downtown were two major questions candidates for Belmont’s City Council faced last night. Broderick Page, Christine Wozniak, Jason Born and Dav...

Along comes fall   

A man delivers flowers along B Street in downtown San Mateo under a blue sky yesterday. Forecasters predict a slight chance of showers today and sunny skies Saturday with highs in the upper 60s....

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White House denies memo authorized painful interrogation tactics   

WASHINGTON — Senate and House Democrats demanded Thursday to see two secret memos that reportedly authorize painful interrogation tactics against terror suspects — despite the Bush adm...

Myanmar junta chief willing to meet with Suu Kyi   

YANGON, Myanmar — Hoping to deflect outrage over images of soldiers gunning down protesters, Myanmar’s hard-line leader announced Thursday he is willing to talk with detained democracy...

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WASHINGTON — The Agriculture Department will speed up warnings about contaminated meat in the future, officials said Thursday, as they sought to quell criticism of an 18-day delay in seeking...

When it comes to trick-or-treating, there’s no avoiding the gobs of candy your kids will haul in. But if you’re throwing a Halloween party or just want healthier treats around the hou...

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Burlingame is damn lucky to have an airline like Virgin America headquartered here. Not only is the new airline part of the local economy and building jobs and attention, it promises to be a ground-br...

Jon Mays’ recent column, "Ivory towers of power” published in the Sept. 28 issue of the Daily Journal, takes the recent issue with Alan Greenspan, arguing that Greenspan is "largely out ...

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A man delivers flowers along B Street in downtown San Mateo under a blue sky yesterday. Forecasters predict a slight chance of showers today and sunny skies Saturday with highs in the upper 60s....

Football coaches usually like to hand out game balls after hard-fought wins. But the College of San Mateo has a different tradition -- it hands out game pies. That's right, pies. It's something 18th-...

The Skyline women's soccer team lived up to its national ranking with a dominating 6-0 win over visiting Contra Costa College in a non-conference game Thursday. Tuesday, the Trojans were ranked 14th ...

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NEW YORK — Wall Street finished a quiet session modestly higher Thursday as investors awaited the government’s September employment report, hoping it will strike a balance between stea...

WASHINGTON — Orders to factories fell in August by the largest amount in seven months, reflecting weakness across a wide swath of manufacturing as the turbulent financial market made busines...

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"The Heartbreak Kid” is funny enough compared to other recent movies by the Farrelly brothers, whose last four or five flicks have delivered only lackluster laughs. Yet Peter and Bobby Farr...

Born in Lima and raised in Chile, Isabel Allende has lived around the globe, including Europe and the Middle East. Her uncle, Salvador Allende, was the president of Chile, overthrown and assassinate...

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