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No charges in death after Asiana Airlines crash at SFO   

The death of a teen Asiana Airlines passenger run over by a fire truck responding to the jet’s July crash was “a tragic accident” that does not warrant criminal charges, San Mateo County’s dis...

Book manager keeps library financing on track: Efforts culminate for Burlingame library book sale this weekend   

Although Jim Cannon retired in 2002, he spends most of his days at 480 Primrose Road in Burlingame laboring away in the basement. Cannon, 71, has lived in Burlingame for more than 40 years and volunt...

City waits for monument approval: Redwood City officials want to replace aging welcome signs   

If you’ve ever spent time in Redwood City, you may have noticed two dilapidated monuments adjacent to El Camino Real at Claremont Avenue to the north and Chestnut Street to the south. The city has ...

BART management rejects unions’ proposal to end strike   

BART management is not budging after union leaders said that striking employees would return to work and get the transit system’s trains running by 10 p.m. Friday if management met a series of condi...

What are the ‘work rules’ that caused BART strike?   

After six months of negotiations and a four-day strike in July, San Francisco’s Bay Area Rapid Transit system and its workers had all but agreed on the typically contentious contract issues of wages...

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Norwegian-Somali ‘radicalized’ before mall attack   

NAIROBI, Kenya — Quiet and respectful at the mosque as a boy, Hassan Abdi Dhuhulow later became angry and radicalized, people in the coastal town in Norway where he grew up said Friday of the Somali...

Californians ‘drop, cover, hold’ in quake drill   

LOS ANGELES — Many Californians dove under desks and tables at midmorning Thursday in a major drill of the “drop, cover and hold on” earthquake survival skill. Organizers said 9.5 million Calif...

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The first female governor of a state was Nellie Taylor Ross (1876-1977), of Wyoming, in 1925. *** The population of the American colonies in 1610 was 350. *** Bangladesh is the most densely popul...

Things have not been going well at the White House. The rollout of Obamacare is not working. The mainstream media, finally, became its biggest critic. Former Obama press secretary Robert Gibbs said: ...

An American original passed away last week, a man who was a household name for a generation raised in an era when outer space was brought closer to earth and anything seemed possible. Scott Carpenter...

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Heather, Olivia and Samuel Whitfield wandered upon Doug Brown’s glass pumpkins while spending the day in Half Moon Bay.

The lush green fields along State Route 92 are lit up in October by thousands of vibrant orange pumpkins in Half Moon Bay. Many people visit the coast to scour various pumpkin patches in search of the...

Aragon girls’ golf coach Guy Oling felt good about his team’s chances coming into the 2013 season. Last year, the Dons finished a strong second behind Peninsula Athletic League champion San Mateo...

The Burlingame offense has gotten a lot of attention this season as it averaged 50 points per game through the five contests of its non-league schedule. The Panthers’ defense, on the other hand, h...

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NEW YORK — Investors shifted their focus from politics to profits on Friday and liked what they saw, pushing the Standard & Poor’s 500 index further into record territory. Two days after Congress...

NEW YORK — Will Washington be the Grinch who stole Christmas? After weeks of bickering between Congress and the White House, President Barack Obama on Wednesday signed into law a plan that ended a...

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LOS ANGELES — Ripped from headlines that still feel wet, “The Fifth Estate” dramatizes the fast, controversial rise of anonymous-whistleblower website WikiLeaks and its figurehead, Julian Assang...

Everyone’s high school experience is different, however, most students enter high school with an idea of what it will be like. Whether they have older siblings, read books or watch television shows ...

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