Talk Back: Hillary Clinton
Do you think Hillary Clinton will be the eventual Democratic Party presidential nominee?
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CHP chase ends in fiery crash, three deaths

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. 
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Review: Metallica delivers sensational show

Metallica thrills fans on Super Bowl eve at AT&T Park in San Francisco. 
Walnut Creek coach accused of sex with teen

Catherine Handlin, 24, faces two felony charges in connection with purportedly having two sexual encounters with a 17-year-old student inside vehicles parked in Walnut Creek and Clayton.  
BAY AREA NEWS
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NFL highlights Oakland nonprofit's mission to raise awareness for foster youth during Super Bowl 50

A group of NFL players and celebrities are using Super Bowl 50 to raise awareness for foster youth issues. They are working with Oakland-based nonprofit First Place for Youth, which also received a $500,000 "game-changer" grant from the NFL's Super Bowl 50 Host Committee, to launch a "When I was 18" campaign. 
Lifestyles
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10 Super Bowl cocktails kick off the party

These 10 craft cocktails are just the thing to score a Super Bowl touchdown -- with an assist from some of San Francisco's top mixologists. 
BUSINESS
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Quinn: The new job search

There's myriad apps out there for every part of the job search experience, from discovery to negotiating salary.  
CRIME & COURTS
Martinez: Traffic stop yields drug suspect arrest

MARTINEZ -- A man was arrested Sunday morning on suspicion of drug possession, police said.At 10:51 a.m., Martinez police stopped a vehicle for equipment violations, and an officer smelled marijuana coming from it. 
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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