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    Man wanted by Oakley police taunts public

    When wanted photos were posted online of Tyler Belleci, 22, the young man got on Facebook and practically dared the public to catch him.  
    (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.  
    ( Videlle Marshall )
    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 is a restricted free agent, so if another NBA team signs the Warriors star to an offer sheet, Golden State can match it. 
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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.  
    SPORTS
    (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group)
    Green, Warriors at impasse on contract talks

    Draymond Green is a restricted free agent, so if another NBA team signs the Warriors star to an offer sheet, Golden State can match it. 
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    (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.