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    Supervisor Piepho facing re-election battle

    After running unopposed in 2012, Supervisor Mary Piepho is facing two challengers motivated to run in part by the supervisors' pay hike controversy 
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    Die-hard wrestling fans get into the ring

    Members the Underground Wrestling Alliance, who have held bloody amateur bouts in an East San Jose backyard for years, say brotherhood and pleasing fans is at the core of their painful pastime. 
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    Kawakami: Del Rio, Raiders don't overreact to defeat

    Coach Jack Del Rio stayed calm after the Oakland Raiders lost a game most expected them to win against the Chicago Bears  
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    Piedmont: Kent hired as city's new parks and project manager

    After a comprehensive search, the city announced Monday that Nancy Kent has been appointed to replace Parks and Project Manager Mark Feldkamp, who is retiring on Nov. 6. Kent, who served as a Piedmont Park Commission member for three years, will begin her new job on Oct. 28. 
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    Raiders lose to Bears on late field goal

    Oakland Raiders win streak ends at two games after Chicago Bears hit late 49-yard field goal.

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    High hopes for Oculus VR consumer rollout

    Company founder Palmer Lucky talks about what's next in the world of virtual reality, including the release of the Oculus VR goggles next year.