Talk Back: Freddie Gray
Do you think Baltimore authorities are right to treat Freddie Gray's death as a homicide?
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First-ever mandatory water cuts for California

The State Water Resources Control Board approved the rules by a 5-0 vote, saying that requests for voluntary conservation haven't worked. The restrictions will start June 1. 
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Concord rattled by another flurry of small quakes

A magnitude-3.5 earthquake shook Concord Wednesday morning, the latest of many earthquakes to be centered near the city since Sunday. 
( Daniel Jimenez )
BART meltdown: Multiple issues disrupt service

BART officials were scrambling to deal with several issues Wednesday, as a broken rail line in San Francisco forced emergency repairs and major delays, and a man on the tracks in the morning and a power outage in the afternoon added to the transit system's woes. 
( RAY CHAVEZ )
Thompson: No need to panic over Warriors

Sure the Memphis Grizzlies beat the Golden State Warriors in Game 2 of the NBA Western Conference semifinals, but can they really do it three more times?
 
SPORTS
( Eric Risberg )
Giants' shutout streak ends in 9-1 loss to Padres

San Francisco Giants had 29 scoreless innings in succession until rookie Chris Heston gave up five runs in third inning. 
BUSINESS
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Google's loss is LinkedIn's gain as Mountain View reshapes tech district

Google's vision to build a grand new campus in its hometown suffered a beating early Wednesday morning when the Mountain View City Council scrapped more than than 70 percent of the plan in favor of competing proposals by LinkedIn and other developers.