Talk Back: Hillary Clinton
Do you think Hillary Clinton will be the eventual Democratic Party presidential nominee?

(Tell us why or why not?)
(Dai Sugano)
Delivery boy robbed of $8,000 worth of weed

A marijuana delivery driver was robbed last week, and pretty much got cleaned out.  
(Aaron Kinney/Bay Area News Group)
Bay Area vaccine controversy reignited

The passage of Senate Bill 277 last year closed a chapter in California's fight over mandatory vaccines for children, but a new billboard campaign by vaccine opponents shows the controversy is far from over. 
( Judith Prieve/Staff )
Brentwood honors late founder of Lumpy's

The late Jeremy "Lumpy" Sturgill was named Brentwood's citizen of the year for his generosity and kindness.  
(KPIX CBS 5 via AP)
San Francisco: Three killed as Chevy slams into taxi, car catches fire

A damaged pole and debris were the only remnants Sunday morning of a fiery crash less than a mile from Super Bowl festivities that killed three male youths Saturday night. 
Editorial: BART, unions should cut labor costs before asking for more taxes

If BART officials and unions want voter support for a planned multi-billion-dollar bond measure, they should heed the calls of 32 elected East Bay officials to negotiate a new labor deal before the November election. 
(Dan Honda)
10 Best New Bay Area Restaurants for Date Night

Dining out? From Berkeley's Calavera to San Jose's Roots + Rye, these new East and South Bay restaurants scored top marks with our restaurant critics. 
( Ezra Shaw )
Broncos defeat Panthers 24-10 in Super Bowl 50

The Denver Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers 24-10 for the third Super Bowl championship in what might be the swan song for Peyton Manning.
(Jose Luis Magana/Associated Press)
Wolverton: Battle for net neutrality isn't over

Court case, zero-rating programs threaten to undermine the Federal Communications Commission's new Open Internet rules 
( T. Charles Erickson )
Review: 'Satchmo' goes behind Louis Armstrong's happy facade

The solo show 'Satchmo' by Terry Teachout depicts jazz legend Louis Armstrong reflecting on his bittersweet life and music; it plays at American Conservatory Theater through Feb. 7