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    Talk Back: Same-sex marriage
    Do you think the Supreme Court made the right decision on same-sex marriage?
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    Carli Lloyd leads Americans to World Cup domination

    Lloyd gave the performance of a lifetime. She's the first woman to produce a hat trick in the final, leading the way to a 5-2 win and America's first World Cup crown in 16 years.

    U.S. routs Japan to win World Cup 5-2  

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    Get ready for FasTrak Flex

    This fall, 22 miles' worth of toll/express lanes will open on Interstate 580 in the Tri-Valley area. 
    (Sarah Rohrs)
    Much of Bay Area's maritime history remains buried

    Jim Allan, Orinda maritime archeologist, consultant and St. Mary's College professor, has spent decades searching for ships that crashed, burned, capsized or sunk in the Bay. He discussed his work at a June 28 talk at the SS Red Oak Victory.  
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    Pleasanton: Burglary suspect killed by police

    A Pleasanton police officer shot and killed a man after an early Sunday morning confrontation that appeared to stem from an attempted burglary at an auto sales business, police said. 
    Celebrities
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    Did Tiger Woods cheat with Amanda Dufner?

    Lindsey Vonn reportedly caught golfer with his competitor’s ex-wife, which is likely why they aren’t dating anymore. 
    SPORTS
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    Women's World Cup: U.S. routs Japan to win Cup 5-2

    Carli Lloyd scored a hat trick in the first half and United States dominated Japan in a 5-2 victory in the Women's World Cup championship match in Vancouver, British Columbia. 
    Spotlight
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    Five delicious noshes for that picnic basket

    Ready to dine al fresco? Picnic cocktails, addictive fried chicken and tasty salads add up to a quintet of delicious treats for your outdoor feast. 
    BUSINESS
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    Museum exhibit offers peek at tomorrow's wearable technology

    Wearable tech, that much-buzzed-about phenomenon coming soon to a body (very) near yours, has already arrived this week at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View with an exhibit called 'On You: A Story of Wearable Computing.' 
    (Dan Rosenstrauch/Bay Area News Group)
    Five delicious noshes for that picnic basket

    Ready to dine al fresco? Picnic cocktails, addictive fried chicken and tasty salads add up to a quintet of delicious treats for your outdoor feast. 
    (Photo by Darren Carroll/Getty Images)
    Did Tiger Woods cheat with Amanda Dufner?

    Lindsey Vonn reportedly caught golfer with his competitor’s ex-wife, which is likely why they aren’t dating anymore.