Talk Back: Freddie Gray
Do you think Baltimore authorities are right to treat Freddie Gray's death as a homicide?
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(Jane Tyska, Bay Area News Group)
Fatal Livermore crash: Mourning, investigation

A fundraising website has raised nearly $6,000 for the family of the victims, identified as a mother and her 14-month-old girl. 
(Josie Lepe/Bay Area News Group)
Medi-cal bill on hold for illegal immigrants

Closely watched California legislation that would extend free or low-cost health care coverage to immigrants who are in the country illegally is on hold until month's end, when it will either be moved to the full Senate for a vote or shelved. 
(Kristopher Skinner / Bay Area News Group)
Richmond's spate of new development

After years of stagnation, Richmond is experiencing a construction boom, with more than a dozen commercial and residential projects in the pipeline. 
( Laura A. Oda )
Thompson: Stephen Curry's long road to MVP

The player you see now -- the Most Valuable Player of the NBA -- wasn't always this player, not even close 
Spotlight
(Patrick Tehan/Bay Area News Group)
'An Ember in the Ashes' poised to set YA market afire

After a launch party April 28 at Kepler's Books, Sabaa Tahir of Mountain View will embark on a seven-city national book tour; and Paramount has already snapped up the movie rights in a seven-figure deal and foreign rights have been sold in 24 countries.  
BUSINESS
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Quinn: Chambers hands over the Cisco reins his way

For 20 years, John Chambers has been the steady hand at the wheel of Cisco System, riding the tech industry's boom and bust cycles with a calm, deliberate and optimistic drive. And now, everything about Cisco's CEO transition seems to be emblematic of Chambers' careful approach.

Cisco names new CEO to replace John Chambers  

(Patrick Tehan/Bay Area News Group)
'An Ember in the Ashes' poised to set YA market afire

After a launch party April 28 at Kepler's Books, Sabaa Tahir of Mountain View will embark on a seven-city national book tour; and Paramount has already snapped up the movie rights in a seven-figure deal and foreign rights have been sold in 24 countries.