Talk Back: PG&E tax break
Should PG&E be able to write off its $1.6 billion fine for the San Bruno fire as a tax deduction?
 Yes
 No

(Tell us why or why not?)
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Thousands mourn slain Hayward officer

On the floor of Oracle Arena Thursday morning stood 1,500 uniformed officers standing at attention, their eyes fixed ahead to an arrangement of funeral flower wreaths, and the framed uniform of Sgt. Scott Lunger. 
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70% of State uninsured now have coverage

Nearly 70 percent of California's previously uninsured adults have gained health insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act -- and most of them say their health care needs are being met, according to the latest survey of the Kaiser Family Foundation. But the survey also found that plenty of challenges for the newly insured remain when it comes to paying for and accessing care.  
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Richmond: Point Molate readies for next phase

Although litigation with the Guidiville Indian tribe and Upstream LLC is ongoing, soil cleanup at the Point Molate peninsula is nearly complete, and plans are in the works to refurbish and rent one of the historic cottages as a way to drum up interest in the site. 
BAY AREA NEWS
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BART's Tube shutdown weekend arrives

BART shutting down Transbay Tube Saturday, Sunday for track work. Buses will carry rides from Oakland s 19th Street Station to Temporary Transbay Terminal in San Francisco. Agencies warn of extra traffic on Bay Bridge. 
SPORTS
Super Bowl or bust? Still? Veteran 49ers take aim at NFL history

Of course the 49ers still have dreams of playing in Super Bowl 50 on their home field Feb. 7.Could this offseason's vast personnel and coaching changes might actually help turn their championship quest into a reality? 
Spotlight
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How overparenting hurts even top college-bound children

In a new book, Stanford dean Julie Lythcott-Haims tells parents 'How to Raise an Adult,' and how and why to avoid the 'overparenting trap.' 
BUSINESS
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Lyft refocuses on U.S. market domination

Lyft has walked back years of promises about a global expansion, and instead the car-booking company is doubling down on the U.S. market, hoping to beat Uber, its biggest foe, here at home.
 
(Dai Sugano/Bay Area News Group)
How overparenting hurts even top college-bound children

In a new book, Stanford dean Julie Lythcott-Haims tells parents 'How to Raise an Adult,' and how and why to avoid the 'overparenting trap.'