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DMV at 100: What does next century hold?

California's Department of Motor Vehicles has navigated a century's worth of changes, from horseless carriages to electric cars. But the future holds a new set of technological and efficiency challenges for the agency. 
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Arrest made in Livermore double-homicide

Police arrested a man late Sunday night, hours after two men died of gunshot wounds in the first homicide in this city since 2012, authorities said. 
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Warriors rally from 26-point deficit to beat Celtics

Stephen Curry scored 37 points, and the Golden State Warriors beat the Boston Celtics 106-101 after trailing by 26 points in the first half. 
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Livermore Lab taking prosthetic arms to next level

A highly advanced, thought-controlled artificial limb would let wounded soldiers, and eventually civilians, again experience feelings such as touch, temperature and texture. 
BAY AREA NEWS
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Silicon Valley no-poach case nears end

Federal judge on Monday widely expected to approve $415 million settlement of case alleging Silicon Valley powers Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe engaged in illegal hiring practices 
Celebrities
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Leonard Nimoy fans draw Mr. Spock on money

Canadian 'Star Trek’ fans revive 'Spock Your Fives’ by transforming image of former prime minister on $5 bill into beloved sci-fi actor, who died Friday. 
SPORTS
( Jim Gensheimer )
Sharks send Desjardins to Chicago for Ben Smith

The San Jose Sharks have traded center Andrew Desjardins to the Chicago Blackhawks for forward Ben Smith, according to multiple reports 
BUSINESS
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HP to buy Aruba Networks for $2.7B in Meg Whitman's largest acquisition yet

Hewlett-Packard sought to shore up its struggling networking business Monday with the acquisition of one of Silicon Valley's top Wi-Fi equipment companies, Aruba Networks, in the largest purchase since Meg Whitman took over as CEO. 
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Leonard Nimoy fans draw Mr. Spock on money

Canadian 'Star Trek’ fans revive 'Spock Your Fives’ by transforming image of former prime minister on $5 bill into beloved sci-fi actor, who died Friday.