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    Talk Back: Gun laws
    Do you think stricter gun laws would help prevent mass shootings?

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    Governor signs bill to ban most elephant ivory sales

    Assembly Bill 96, by Speaker Toni Atkins, D-San Diego, will make it illegal after July 1 for anyone to sell nearly any kind of elephant ivory or rhino horn in California, including that in antique guns and chess sets, whether at a store or from a private collection. 
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    Divorce selfies? Cereal spoon selfies? Enough!

    One selfie hater makes a case for why it's time to end the social media photo barrage. 
    Money woes imperil Contra Costa fire districts

    As several fire county fire agencies recover from the Great Recession, the East Contra Costa and Rodeo-Hercules fire districts are struggling to survive, putting residents at risk well beyond their borders. 
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    Kawakami: Del Rio, Raiders don't overreact to defeat

    Coach Jack Del Rio stayed calm after the Oakland Raiders lost a game most expected them to win against the Chicago Bears  
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    Richmond: Post office mural missing for decades rediscovered

    A mural of pre-World War II Richmond, commissioned by the Works Progress Administration during the Great Depression and considered missing for nearly four decades, will once again be put on display in the city. 
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    Raiders lose to Bears on late field goal

    Oakland Raiders win streak ends at two games after Chicago Bears hit late 49-yard field goal.

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    High hopes for Oculus VR consumer rollout

    Company founder Palmer Lucky talks about what's next in the world of virtual reality, including the release of the Oculus VR goggles next year.