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Quake rumbles  Bay Area

Quake rumbles Bay Area

Chris Valentine,
Photo Editor

The Bay Area received a rude awakening Sunday morning after a 6.0 earthquake shook Napa Valley at just 3:20 a.m. There were approximately 200 injuries reported; six considered...  Read More »

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Arts & Life

Napa wineries find drought beneficial

Napa wineries find drought beneficial

The drought California is facing is ironically quenching the grape vines of Napa Valley. The water shortage is adding to the natural “stress” vines require and has become a rare opportunity for the winemakers of Northern...  Read More »

Hayward Street Party returns with live music

Thursday evening in downtown Hayward was buzzing with live music performances, classic cars, and pony rides for the youngsters. The last of the summer Hayward Street Party series was held Aug. 21. The shorter days had...  Read More »

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Features

Word on the Street

Word on the Street

“In the event of a major earthquake, what three things would you grab before you had to evacuate?” ...  Read More »

Word on the Street

Word on the Street

What can we learn, as a nation, from what is happening in Ferguson, Mo.? ...  Read More »

Word on the Street: What is your favorite Robin Williams memory and why?

August 14, 2014

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Metro

Sikh leader speaks out against stereotypes

Sikh leader speaks out against stereotypes

Bhai Jagjit Singh, the president of the Sikh Missionary Society of USA, is doing his best to combat what he considers a negative attitude towards foreigners and Sikhs in America. “We all bear the...  Read More »

Carnegie park rides on report

Fumes fill the air as a group of dirt bike riders rev their engines and gear up to set out on a rocky, rugged trail at Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area, or SVRA. Studies of expanding Carnegie SVRA...  Read More »

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