Talk Back: Hillary Clinton
Do you think Hillary Clinton will be the eventual Democratic Party presidential nominee?

(Tell us why or why not?)
(Dai Sugano)
Delivery boy robbed of $8,000 worth of weed

A marijuana delivery driver was robbed last week, and pretty much got cleaned out.  
(Aaron Kinney/Bay Area News Group)
Bay Area vaccine controversy reignited

The passage of Senate Bill 277 last year closed a chapter in California's fight over mandatory vaccines for children, but a new billboard campaign by vaccine opponents shows the controversy is far from over. 
( Judith Prieve/Staff )
Brentwood honors Lumpy's late founder

The late Jeremy "Lumpy" Sturgill was named Brentwood's citizen of the year for his generosity and kindness.  
(KPIX CBS 5 via AP)
San Francisco: Three killed as Chevy slams into taxi, car catches fire

A damaged pole and debris were the only remnants Sunday morning of a fiery crash less than a mile from Super Bowl festivities that killed three male youths Saturday night. 
Contra Costa Times editorial: Backroom politics erode confidence in Concord Naval Weapons Station planning

Twice now, Concord City Manager Valerie Barone made last-minute changes that cast shadows over the integrity Naval Weapons Station planning process. It's unclear if she acted on her own, as she claims, or under pressure from the council. It is clear that she misled the public, which is inexcusable. 
( Josie Lepe )
10 Best New Bay Area Restaurants for Date Night

Dining out? From Berkeley's Calavera to San Jose's Roots + Rye, these new East and South Bay restaurants scored top marks with our restaurant critics. 
Warriors' Ezeli to have exploratory surgery on left knee

Center Festus Ezeli is having exploratory surgery Monday on his left knee; Golden State Warriors have set no timetable for his return. 
(Jose Luis Magana/Associated Press)
Wolverton: Battle for net neutrality isn't over

Court case, zero-rating programs threaten to undermine the Federal Communications Commission's new Open Internet rules 
San Jose: Police formally adopt no-chokehold policy to alleviate community concerns

In a gesture of transparency, the San Jose Police Department announced Monday it has formally banned the use of chokeholds to subdue a resistant suspect, a point of national controversy since the infamous death of Eric Garner in New York. 
( T. Charles Erickson )
Review: 'Satchmo' goes behind Louis Armstrong's happy facade

The solo show 'Satchmo' by Terry Teachout depicts jazz legend Louis Armstrong reflecting on his bittersweet life and music; it plays at American Conservatory Theater through Feb. 7