Talk Back: Freddie Gray
Do you think Baltimore authorities are right to treat Freddie Gray's death as a homicide?
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Suspected DUI driver expected to face vehicular manslaughter charge

A 35-year-old Livermore man is expected to be charged with vehicular manslaughter after allegedly driving drunk into an apartment complex and killing a mother and her 14-month-old daughter, police said Sunday. 
(Dan Honda)
Bill inspired by Orinda student moves forward

Senate Bill 200 -- inspired by this newspaper's reports on an Orinda elementary school student improperly deemed to be living outside her district's boundaries -- would update state school residency laws to ensure live-in workers, such as nannies, caregivers, maids and gardeners whose children live with them could attend school in that district. 
( JOSE CARLOS FAJARDO )
Hundreds turn out to support family of boy killed

After the tragic stabbing death of their son last weekend, the family of 9-year-old baseball player Jordon Almgren is trying to replace sadness with joy while celebrating his memory. 
(José Carlos Fajardo)
How rabid Warriors fan loyalty developed

How did Snoracle become Roaracle? How did 8,000 empty seats become a waiting list for season tickets that runs 10,000 deep? 
Spotlight
(Susan Tripp Pollard/Bay Area News Group)
The ultimate Cinco de Mayo party menu

From killer margaritas and spicy tacos to Frida Kahlo eyebrows, here's how to throw the ultimate Cinco de Mayo party, with a little help from chefs Joanne Weir, of Sausalito's Copita, and Deborah Schneider, from San Diego's SOL Cocina. 
BUSINESS
( Gary Reyes )
Wolverton: Apple Watch fun, but not a must-have

After testing it for more than a week, Tech Files columnist Troy Wolverton found Apple's new smartwatch both more and less compelling than his first impression, but still didn't find a killer app. 
(Susan Tripp Pollard/Bay Area News Group)
The ultimate Cinco de Mayo party menu

From killer margaritas and spicy tacos to Frida Kahlo eyebrows, here's how to throw the ultimate Cinco de Mayo party, with a little help from chefs Joanne Weir, of Sausalito's Copita, and Deborah Schneider, from San Diego's SOL Cocina.