Talk Back: Fighting ISIS
Do you believe in the U.S. strategy in its fight against ISIS?

(Tell us why or why not?)
(Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group)
Richmond losing families that once made it a center for black life in Bay Area

Over the past two decades, many black families have moved out of the city, forced out by high crime, redevelopment and a lack of jobs. Now that things are finally improving, black residents face being displaced through gentrification. 
(Susan Tripp Pollard/Bay Area News Group)
Concord: Big changes for weapons station's neighbors

Neighbors of the Concord Naval Weapons Station worry about traffic, property values and maintaining open space as development of the former military base finally draws near.  
(Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Area News Group)
Brentwood U-pick: Bigger crowds, fewer cherries

Many farmers say warm weather conditions are to blame for smaller crops, but that 2015 was better than previous years have been.  
William Shultz, 18, of Discovery Bay
(Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office)
Discovery Bay stabbing: Teen's arraignment postponed

Public defender requests continuance; judge schedules next hearing for June 2 
(Kristopher Skinner/Bay Area News Group)
Richmond council votes to oppose coal transport in city

The vote puts Richmond -- long a hub of manufacturing and home to a port -- among a growing number of municipalities that have taken steps to stop the transport of coal through their jurisdictions.  
Warriors close calls at Oracle make them overwhelming West favorites

Golden State Warriors struggled against the Houston Rockets in Games 1 and 2 of the Western Conference finals, but teams winning the first two games of a seven-game playoff series in the NBA advance 94 percent of the time. 
(LiPo Ching/Bay Area News Group)
Intel catches the wind with rooftop micro-turbine array

Intel is turning its rooftop into a mini-wind farm, adding an array of 58 micro-turbines that will capture enough wind power to supply the needs of its Santa Clara conference center. 
( Jeffrey R. Staab )
David Letterman set trashed; Dumpster divers move in

Hours after the 'Late Show' finished taping, the crew began dismantling and throwing away iconic parts of David Letterman's set.