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    Talk Back: Donald Trump
    Do you think Donald Trump will be the eventual Republican Party presidential nominee?

    (Tell us why or why not?)
    (City of Concord)
    Concord: Investigation finds improper lobbying in weapons station developer selection

    An independent investigation found that donations to Tim Grayson's Assembly campaign constituted lobbying. It also determined that three council members pushed to remove a recommendation for Catellus Development Corp. to develop the Concord Naval Weapons Station.  
    ( Jon Kawamoto )
    Missing East Bay man owes $113 million

    The 73-year-old Alameda man who went missing Tuesday faces a $113 million judgment from the Federal Trade Commission over a get-rich quick scam, according to court documents. 
    (Courtesy of Deven Mack)
    Stephen Curry returns to where his legend began

    The Stephen Curry legend was born with an epic game when he was an eighth-grader in Toronto.
    ( JANE TYSKA )
    2 hit by blow gun darts on Golden Gate Bridge

    Two pedestrians reported being hit by blow gun darts Friday afternoon on the Golden Gate Bridge, authorities said. 
    Cartoons: Bernie Sanders jumps ahead of Hillary Clinton

    It wasn't close in New Hampshire, and now Bernie Sanders has some real momentum over the previous favorite, Hillary Clinton, among Democrats heading into the next round of primaries and caucuses. 
    (Tonja Candelaria/Sacramento Zoo)
    Commentary: Death of rare Sumatran tiger at Sacramento zoo is tragic and ironic

    The 15-year-old Sumatran tiger, killed by a future mate, was part of a breeding program to preserve the critically endangered tigers. But don't indict the zoo.  
    Bruce Bochy tabs Madison Bumgarner as his opening-day starter

    SAN FRANCISCO – Giants manager Bruce Bochy crushed a softball question at Giants FanFest. He confirmed that Madison Bumgarner would be his opening-day pitcher April 4 at Milwaukee. 
    (Patrick Tehan)
    Job, income boom in valley creates wealth divide

    The remarkable job boom in Silicon Valley has created prosperity throughout the region, but it has also created a wealth divide in the area, according to speakers at an annual conference Friday in downtown San Jose.
    Bay Bridge worker sues contractor over noose incident

    An African American welder hired to work on the Bay Bridge has filed a lawsuit claiming his supervisor hung a noose near the toll plaza and another worker told him to put it around his neck. James H. Brown filed the racial discrimination suit in January in Alameda County Superior Court against his employer, Bay Bridge contractor Adams & Smith, Inc. 
    ( 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 
    ( JP Yim )
    Kanye West's super strict rules for Yeezy show models

    Kanye West had some pretty strict rules for how models at his Yeezy Season 3 fashion extravaganza should display his clothes.