Talk Back: Fighting ISIS
Do you believe in the U.S. strategy in its fight against ISIS?

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Richmond's black population declining

For decades, Richmond was a center for black life in the Bay Area and home to many Baptist churches, blues and jazz clubs and black-owned businesses. But over the past two decades, many black families have moved out of the city, forced out by high crime, redevelopment and a lack of jobs. Now that things are finally improving, black residents face being displaced through gentrification.  
Warriors rout Rockets for 3-0 series lead

The Golden State Warriors rout the Houston Rockets to take a 3-0 lead in the NBA Western Conference finals 
U-pick season sees bigger crowds, fewer cherries

Many farmers say warm weather conditions are to blame for smaller crops, but that 2015 was better than previous years have been.  
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Livermore police blame medical pot's hazy rules for crackdowns

"There's no black and white; it's all gray," said Alameda County Sheriff's Department Sgt. J.D. Nelson. "It's always difficult whenever you have a state law that conflicts with federal law. It's learn-as-we-go." Residents say they are being unfairly targeted despite having permits, but police insist they are finding criminal acts. 
(Dai Sugano/Bay Area News Group)
Facebook's green roof mirrors company's workplace culture

The 9 acres atop of the tech firm's new Frank Gehry-designed building across from its main headquarters are filled with a plethora of native trees and flowers, lawn furniture, white boards, viewing decks and a half-mile walking trail overlooking the city's marshlands. 
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David Letterman set trashed; Dumpster divers move in

Hours after the 'Late Show' finished taping, the crew began dismantling and throwing away iconic parts of David Letterman's set.