Talk Back: International trade
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Body of missing Antioch motorcyclist found

The body of an Antioch man has been found, six days after he died after being propelled over a bridge in a motorcycle crash, a family member said. 
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Water saving mandate shrinks some cuts

State regulators on Saturday announced a revised plan to reduce water use in drought-stricken California that offers easier conservation targets for major cities, including Los Angeles, while demanding greater cutbacks from others.  
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West Contra Costa hospital's legacy of service

Tuesday's planned closing of Doctors Medical Center will mark the final blow after years of financial struggles, punctuated with last-minute, stopgap funding infusions, and a downsizing that saw the elimination of several units over the past two decades.  
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Kawakami: Warriors feel burden of being No. 1

The Golden State Warriors feel the burden that comes with being the top seed in the NBA playoffs in their close Game 1 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans.
 
BAY AREA NEWS
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West Contra Costa hospital's legacy of service remembered as closure nears

Tuesday's planned closing of Doctors Medical Center will mark the final blow after years of financial struggles, punctuated with last-minute, stopgap funding infusions, and a downsizing that saw the elimination of several units over the past two decades.  
SPORTS
( Doug Duran )
Kawakami: Warriors feel burden of being No. 1

The Golden State Warriors feel the burden that comes with being the top seed in the NBA playoffs in their close Game 1 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans.
 
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Travel Top 10: Spring blooms

Spring arrived early in California, but in other parts of the world, floral forays still await. 
BUSINESS
SV150: Current tech boom is no dot-com bubble

Economists point to differences between the wild days of the dot-com boom and the full-throttled tech renaissance going on today in Silicon Valley, as evidenced by this newspaper's SV150 survey of the region's biggest companies by revenue.

Quinn: For most of SV150's history, HP dominated

Led by Apple, Silicon Valley becomes Wall Street's backbone

Special report: The 2015 SV150 | Searchable database 

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Travel Top 10: Spring blooms

Spring arrived early in California, but in other parts of the world, floral forays still await.