Talk Back: Raiders stadium
Should local governments spend public money on a new stadium to keep the Raiders?
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Alamo nonprofit founder inspires youths to make philanthropy a daily part of life

Gaby Ghorbani started the Alamo-based nonprofit Pledge to Humanity, which has inspired thousands of kids throughout the East Bay to make a difference to the needy, locally and globally. 
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Drought worses, water conservation weakens

Statewide, Californians cut water use 8.8 percent in January, according to new data released Tuesday by the State Water Resources Control Board. That's a far cry from the 20 percent water conservation target that Gov. Jerry Brown asked state residents to hit last year. 
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Jahi McMath: Suit filed against Children's Hospital Oakland

The family of Jahi McMath officially filed its lawsuit Tuesday against UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland, claiming doctors and nurses ignored the family's cries for help as the 13-year-old bled following surgery in 2013, leaving her brain-dead after she suffered a heart attack. 
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Thompson: Warriors' Green rejecting pressure

A big payday looms for Draymond Green, but the forward plays on with his usual abandon.
 
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CSU profs: Stagnant pay pushing us out of middle class

Low and stagnant salaries for CSU professors have amounted to a giant pay cut over the past 10 years, according to a white paper by the California Faculty Association 
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Suit levels claims against Beneful

A Northern California man has filed a class-action suit against the makers of Beneful that alleges the dry food is making dogs sick and killing some. 
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Venture capitalist John Doerr testifies in Ellen Pao sex discrimination case

Even one of the nation's most successful and respected venture capitalists -- and a champion of women in tech -- couldn't stop a broiling gender conflict inside his own firm from escalating to a sex discrimination trial that has captured international attention.

Live blog: John Doer s testimony continues, 9 a.m. Wednesday  

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Suit levels claims against Beneful

A Northern California man has filed a class-action suit against the makers of Beneful that alleges the dry food is making dogs sick and killing some.