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    Talk Back: "The Interview"
    Do you support Sony's decision to premier "The Interview"?
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    ( DAN ROSENSTRAUCH )
    After 40 years, George Miller comes home to stay

    U.S. Rep. George Miller has cast his final House vote after 40 years in Congress but says he's not done with public policy and service. 
    ( Zainab Khan )
    Mosque provides rare hub for East Bay Muslims

    The last thing you'd expect to see opposite Jerry's Cocktail Lounge in Richmond is a Muslim place of worship, let alone a full-fledged Islamic school, yet every Sunday, more than 150 parents, students, elders, and teachers flock to Richmond's Masjid Al-Rahman from as far as Albany and Emeryville.  
    ( SUSAN TRIPP POLLARD )
    Antioch feral cat feeding ban proves futile

    Residents continue to feed ferals, animal services admits it isn't enforcing the ban, and animal assistance groups in town have called for it to be rescinded.  
    ( Danny Moloshok )
    Bay Area's top sport stories for 2014

    The San Francisco Giants and Pablo Sandoval, the 49ers and Jim Harbaugh, the Golden State Warriors, and Chris Wondolowski's World Cup were among the top stories in 2014.
     
    SPORTS
    ( Josie Lepe )
    Report: Michigan reps to meet with Harbaugh

    San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh and representatives from his alma mater, Michigan, including athletic director Jim Hackett, will meet this weekend, according to Fox Sports and NFL Network; One report, by CBS5 Arizona's Joe Pequeno, says Harbaugh and Michigan already have agreed to terms on a deal and he could be introduced Tuesday as the Wolverines coach,  
    BUSINESS
    (Courtesy Cupertino Historical Society)
    Apple to save historic barn on site of new Cupertino campus

    Apple has set aside a place on its state-of-the-art campus for the Glendenning Barn, named for a pioneer family whose land became a magnet for tech companies after the blooms faded from their orchards.