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Former Antioch cops spotlight 35-year-old cold case

Several officers who were on the force when 14-year-old Suzanne Bombardier was murdered are pushing for a cold-case unit dedicated to finding her killer. 
(Laura A. Oda)
Leland Yee pleads guilty in corruption case

Former state Sen. Leland Yee pleaded guilty to a racketeering charge Wednesday, capping the political corruption case that ended the Bay Area legislator's political career.  
( Rick Hurd )
One-alarm fire destroys Brentwood house

Two people were hospitalized in a one-alarm fire in Brentwood that also killed three dogs when it engulfed a house early Wednesday morning, authorities said. 
(Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group)
Report: Green, Warriors at impasse

Draymond Green 'proud to say that I'll be a Warrior for at least the next five years.'  
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Richmond: Red Oak Victory ship will be relocated

A new winery moving into a restored shipyard building says the World War II cargo ship at its current berth blocks expansive bay views.  
Spotlight
(Dan Rosenstrauch/Bay Area News Group)
Five delicious noshes for that picnic basket

Ready to dine al fresco? Picnic cocktails, addictive fried chicken and tasty salads add up to a quintet of delicious treats for your outdoor feast. 
BUSINESS
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Towers sell in downtown SJ, spurred by tech demand

The purchase of an office complex for $62 million -- despite being only 51 percent occupied -- points to the emergence of downtown San Jose as a destination for tech companies, realty experts said Wednesday. 
(Dan Rosenstrauch/Bay Area News Group)
Five delicious noshes for that picnic basket

Ready to dine al fresco? Picnic cocktails, addictive fried chicken and tasty salads add up to a quintet of delicious treats for your outdoor feast.