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    Talk Back: Emissions pact
    Do you approve of the carbon emissions agreement the U.S. made with China?
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    Details of Obama's plan: Border security, deferred action and tweaks to legal immigration system

    The executive action on immigration that President Obama will announce Thursday evening will include not just deferred deportation for parents of citizens or legal residents, but also changes in the program already protecting "Dreamers," new border security priorities, and tweaks to legal immigration.

    Live stream: Obama's speech, 5 p.m

    S.F. plea led to Obama's action | Sheriff blasts plan 

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    UC regents approve tuition-hike plan

    UC regents approve plan to raise tuition by up to 28 percent by 2019 
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    Pleasanton: What's at the bottom of Shadow Cliffs lake?

    Volunteer divers dredge out hundreds of pounds of trash -- from beer bottles to old bikes to motor boats. 
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    Live updates: Raiders vs. Chiefs, Thursday at 5:25 p.m.

    Follow the action as the Oakland Raiders search for their first victory when they face the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday at 5:25 p.m. 
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    Pinole Valley High design costs may double

    The West Contra Costa school district facilities subcommittee approved a $7.5 million increase to the design contract for Pinole Valley High School, pushing the contract to $16 million, nearly double the original amount approved for the school's design. 
    SPORTS
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    Live updates: Raiders vs. Chiefs, Thursday at 5:25 p.m.

    Follow the action as the Oakland Raiders search for their first victory when they face the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday at 5:25 p.m. 

    BUSINESS


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    Sunset Magazine headquarters may be saved by Menlo College

    Sunset Magazine, facing the sale by its parent company of its iconic Menlo Park headquarters, has a potential savior in nearby Menlo College.