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    Talk Back: California drought
    Do you believe further state action is needed to address the drought?
     Yes
     No

    (Tell us why or why not?)
    (Karl Mondon)
    Automakers rev up innovation in the Bay Area

    Car companies ranging from General Motors to Mercedes have set up shop in the nation's hotbed of technology and innovation for a dose of inspiration -- and a little wheeling and dealing -- as they hash out how their vehicles will connect to the Internet, interact with users and drive themselves safely.
     
    Boy stabbed to death, hunt for teen suspect

    A 9-year-old boy dies after being stabbed, and authorities report they arrested an 18-year-old suspect Sunday afternoon. 
    (Anda Chu/Bay Area News Group)
    Staging homes fattens sale prices

    To help speed deals along and incite the inevitable bidding wars, home sales are staged by designers who serve up dreams to the gentry of Silicon Valley and beyond. 
    (Jose Luis Magana/AP)
    Last Corinthian Colleges to shut down

    Corinthian Colleges will shut down all of its remaining 28 ground campuses, displacing about 16,000 students.  
    BAY AREA NEWS
    ( DAN ROSENSTRAUCH )
    Alameda: Doolittle Raiders honored with Congressional Gold Medal

    The Doolittle Raiders who struck a blow for democracy on behalf of an American public thirsty for revenge after the Pearl Harbor attack were honored Saturday aboard the USS Hornet in a ceremony acknowledging the Congressional Gold Medal.  
    SPORTS
    (Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
    Kawakami: Looking at Warriors' next presumed opponent, Memphis Grizzlies

    What's in the Warriors' immediate future?Lots of rest, a little Memphis Grizzlies reconnaissance, and maybe some retooling after the Warriors' finished their impressive but occasionally chaotic four-game sweep of the New Orleans Pelicans on Saturday. 
    BUSINESS
    (Karl Mondon)
    Automakers rev up innovation in the Bay Area

    Car companies ranging from General Motors to Mercedes have set up shop in the nation's hotbed of technology and innovation for a dose of inspiration -- and a little wheeling and dealing -- as they hash out how their vehicles will connect to the Internet, interact with users and drive themselves safely.