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Jahi McMath: New tests may not be enough to declare her alive, experts say

As the argument about whether Jahi McMath is alive or dead hangs in limbo, some medical experts who have reviewed her case say evidence presented so far is likely not enough to convince a judge to declare the brain dead girl alive. 
CHP Investigation by the Bay Area News Group
CHP nude photo scandal: Similar cases across the country

The growing investigation into allegations California Highway Patrol officers have secretly traded explicit photos of female arrestees by poaching pictures from their phones has shocked the community, but similar isolated incidents have popped up across the nation ever since cell phones became quasi-cameras. 
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De La Salle's running game too much for Foothill

The De La Salle High football team beat Foothill 56-21; The Spartans were led by Andrew Hernandez, who had 180 yards and three touchdowns 
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CHP Investigation by the Bay Area News Group
Warrant: CHP officer says stealing nude photos from female arrestees 'game' for cops

The California Highway Patrol officer accused of stealing nude photos of a DUI suspect from her phone while she was in custody told investigators the secretive practice has been going on for years in the CHP, stretching from its Los Angeles office to his own Dublin station. 
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'Here Comes Honey Boo Boo' canceled

TLC axes show after evidence surfaces that star Mama June had resumed a romance with a convicted child molester. 
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Review: Asian Art Museum travels 'Roads of Arabia'

The touring exhibition 'Roads of Arabia: Archaeology and History of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' -- at San Francisco's Asian Art Museum through Jan. 18 -- features 200 items in stone, gold, bronze and other metals, spanning millennia but unearthed only over the past 40 years. They show that, for many cultures and civilizations, the Arabian Peninsula was an important crossroads. 

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Google exec hits 822 mph in record-setting skydive

Google senior vice president Alan Eustace hurtled to the ground at up to 822 miles per hour, breaking the sound barrier and setting several skydiving records over the southern New Mexico desert early Friday. 
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Review: Asian Art Museum travels 'Roads of Arabia'

The touring exhibition 'Roads of Arabia: Archaeology and History of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' -- at San Francisco's Asian Art Museum through Jan. 18 -- features 200 items in stone, gold, bronze and other metals, spanning millennia but unearthed only over the past 40 years. They show that, for many cultures and civilizations, the Arabian Peninsula was an important crossroads. 
(AP Photo/John Bazemore, File)
'Here Comes Honey Boo Boo' canceled

TLC axes show after evidence surfaces that star Mama June had resumed a romance with a convicted child molester.