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    Talk Back: Executive action
    Do you support President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration?
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    Oakland: Ferguson protesters briefly force second freeway closure

    For the second night in a row, a growing crowd of protesters blocked traffic lanes and chanted on a major freeway in Oakland to protest a grand jury's decision not to indict Ferguson, Mo. police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of black teenager Michael Brown.

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    Oakland police response questioned | Ferguson officer speaks

    Drummond: A bogus defense | Editorial: Violence not the answer 

    (Bay Area News Group)
    Roadshow: Bicycle lights can be blinding

    'Are these lights legal? As a pedestrian, I find them annoying and ridiculous.' 
    (Bay Area News Group)
    Animal rights activists lose bid for tighter Rowell Ranch Rodeo rules

    Activists had sought an end to wild cow milking, along with mutton busting, goat tying and electric prods at the rodeo, but Hayward park district directors turned down the request. 
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    Report: Giants to meet with Jon Lester

    Jon Lester, the former Oakland A's and Boston Red Sox left-hander, is a free agent, and the Giants' rotation has some questions after Matt Cain's elbow surgery and subpar years by Tim Lincecum and Ryan Vogelsong. 
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    Bette Midler to Ariana Grande: Clean up your act

    The veteran entertainer complains in an interview that young singers rely too much on selling sex instead of talent. 
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    Curry's 40 points spark Warriors

    Stephen Curry scored 40 points, making eight 3-point shots, as the Warriors beat the Miami Heat 114-97 for their sixth straight win 

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    High-tech farming poised to change the way the world eats

    The world's oldest industry -- farming -- has become the focus of big-name Silicon Valley investors and hotshot entrepreneurs, with dozens of companies creating technology to make farmland more productive and farming practices more efficient, such as drones to survey crops or software that calculates grass production for cattle grazing. 
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    Bette Midler to Ariana Grande: Clean up your act

    The veteran entertainer complains in an interview that young singers rely too much on selling sex instead of talent.