Talk Back: Raiders stadium
Should local governments spend public money on a new stadium to keep the Raiders?
 Yes
 No

(Tell us why or why not?)
(Karl Mondon)
Murder sets off big ripple

Oakland revenge killing wreaks havoc in the lives of numerous people
The fatal shooting of a 15-year-old boy near his Oakland home started a chain reaction of vengeance and tragedy. 
(Gary Reyes, Bay Area News Group)
Lottery winner, store owner fight over $1 million

Instead of dipping into the money for a family vacation in Hawaii and banking the rest for early retirement, the 53-year-old mother of five is gearing up for a court battle with the owner of USA Liquors. 
(Catharine Hamm/Los Angeles Times/MCT)
Reno reborn with trendy bars and restaurants

Forget the casino buffet. These days Reno's all about craft distilleries, farm-to-fork restaurants and a buzzy art scene. 
( Nhat V. Meyer )
Jones-Drew announces retirement

Raiders running back Maurice Jones-Drew, who struggled last season after arriving as a free agent, announced his retirement on Twitter Thursday. 
BAY AREA NEWS
(AP)
LA superbug: Antibiotic-resistant bacteria spreads to second SoCal hospital

An antibiotic resistant superbug linked to a medical scope that's widely used has infected four patients at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, the second hospital in Southern California to report patients with the dangerous infections. 
Spotlight
(Laurie Sparham/Twentieth Century)
Review: 'Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel' worth a visit

With its all-star veteran cast, which includes Maggie Smith, Judi Dench, Bill Nighy, Dev Patel and the welcome addition of Richard Gere, this follow to 2012, is a pleasant return trip to India. 
BUSINESS
(Nam Y. Huh)
Sunnyvale's Pharmacyclics sells for $21B to AbbVie

It took more than 20 years for Pharmacyclics to launch a blockbuster drug, but the payoff for its success was immense: The biotech company has agreed to be acquired by AbbVie for about $21 billion. 
(Laurie Sparham/Twentieth Century)
Review: 'Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel' worth a visit

With its all-star veteran cast, which includes Maggie Smith, Judi Dench, Bill Nighy, Dev Patel and the welcome addition of Richard Gere, this follow to 2012, is a pleasant return trip to India. 
(Photo by Victoria Will/Invision/AP)
Kelly Clarkson fights British TV personality's fat shaming

Katie Hopkins ripped the singer after she appeared on 'The Graham Norton Show.’