• San Jose State falls 41-7 to Utah State - 11/21/2014 11:42 PM PST
    Talk Back: Executive action
    Do you support President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration?

    (Tell us why or why not?)
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    EBMUD looking at rate hike if there's no rain

    East Bay Municipal Utility District proposes 14 percent water surcharge now with another increase to be proposed in spring or fall if it stays dry  
    (Dan Honda/Bay Area News Group)
    Livermore seeks court injunction to shut down pot shop

    The city of Livermore is pursuing a permanent injunction to shutter the Tree of Life medical marijuana club, which city officials say has been operating in violation of a 2007 city ordinance. Club representatives claim they're operating within state guidelines and want city council members to re-evaluate the ordinance. 
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    Big Game: Cal trying to end four-year losing streak against Stanford

    Cal Golden Bears can clinch bowl eligibility with victory over their rival Stanford Cardinal on Saturday, but for most Cal players, just beating Stanford would be enough of a reward. 
    (Evan Vucci/Associated Press)
    Drummond: Cosby allegations getting deserved attention

    More than a dozen women said they were drugged and sexually assaulted by comedian Bill Cosby a decade ago, but no one paid attention until now. 
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    For beleaguered neighbors, closure of notorious San Jose bar can't happen soon enough

    The recent shooting of a security guard is only the latest example of violence that helped lead neighborhood residents to band together and lobby City Hall for closing El Tarasco Bar on North 13th Street. 
    Warriors rout Jazz, improve to 9-2

    The Warriors thrashed the Utah Jazz and won 101-88 at Oracle Arena on Friday, improving their record to 9-2 to match the team's best start in 42 years.


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    Bay Area job market surges in October and the boom is likely to continue for two years

    After more than three years of steady job gains, the Bay Area's employment boom continued in October, according to a state labor report Friday, and experts predict the hiring bonanza could persist for another 12 to 24 months.