Talk Back: Stock market
Do the wild fluctuations of the stock market make you concerned about the economy?
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(Tell us why or why not?)
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Antioch: Dozens of special needs students in flux

Dozens of Antioch Unified School District special needs students will have to find alternative schooling after state Department of Education investigation.  
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Exclusive: Raiders rejected latest stadium financing plan

Floyd Kephart, Oakland's hand-picked financial partner, has pitched issuing bonds paid by future stadium revenue to help close an estimated $400 million funding gap for a new Oakland Raiders stadium. But a letter from the Raiders shows that he has known since April that the team is adamant about keeping all stadium revenue for itself. 
( Dai Sugano )
Wizard World warps into San Jose

Wizard is just the latest in a parade of high-profile comic-cons to hold court in Silicon Valley, the holy land of geekdom. 
DWTS: How many do you actually know?

Season 21 contestants include a Backstreet Boy, a jockey, and an American hero. 
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Benicia releases revised report on Valero's crude-by-rail project

If the crude-by-rail project is approved, Valero Benicia Refinery will be allowed to transport crude oil through Benicia via two 50-tanker car trains, rather than shipping the crude oil by boat. It will not replace the crude that is transported by pipeline. 
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Intel introduces 'best ever' chips amid PC slump

Thinner laptops with longer battery life predicted with new Intel 'Skylake' processor unveiled Tuesday.