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Contra Costa County Works On Improvement Projects For Deadly Concord RoadContra Costa County officials said they've begun a series of improvement projects along a dangerous road in Concord, where six people have died in car crashes the past four years.
New State Law Proposal Could Create New Rules For E-Scooter, E-Bike CompaniesA proposal to regulate electric scooter and bike companies in California just passed the Assembly and moves on to the Senate for approval.
Warriors Sweep Blazers En Route To 5th Straight NBA FinalsDown big at the half again, the Warriors--led by monster triple doubles from Curry and Green--came back to win 119-117, sweeping the Blazers en route to their 5th straight Finals.
Tela Stock Plunges As Analyst Calls ‘Code Red’ On Car-Maker’s IssuesTesla stock was hammered Monday after an analyst once bullish on the electric car maker said the company's various issues have put it in a "code red" situation.
Santa Clara County Appeals Ruling Giving 49ers $36 Million Property Tax Refund On Levi’s StadiumA Santa Clara County tax assessor filed a lawsuit in Superior Court on Monday in an attempt to reverse a decision that awarded a $36 million property tax refund to the 49ers.
New Report Shows San Jose Has Nation’s Highest-Paid WorkersA new report says the highest paid workers in the nation are here in the Bay Area.
Audobon Society: Anchor Out Boats Damage Ecosystem By Scraping Eel Grass Off Bottom Of BayWith the anchor-outs, people living on unmoored boats just off the shores of Sausalito, there’s always been an element of controversy. Now, true to form, it’s the Audubon Society who says the boats are damaging the environment.
Pot Growers Who Kept Sexually Abused Teen Girl In Metal Box Face Jail TimeTwo Lake County men are facing jail time for a series of disturbing crimes on a pot farm, including the sexual abuse of a teenage girl who was kept in a metal box.
Family Struggles Drive Oakland Scholar’s Passion For Education, Community ActivismAlejandra Herrera isn't afraid to stand up for herself and others. At a recent rally celebrating Oakland's 510 day, the 18-year-old college-bound senior took the lead as youth coordinator for Urban Peace Movement, a non-profit that serves communities of color.