Talk Back: Raiders stadium
Should local governments spend public money on a new stadium to keep the Raiders?
 Yes
 No

(Tell us why or why not?)
(Susan Tripp Pollard/Bay Area News Group)
Federal Glover in hospital, needs a heart and kidney

Glover, who has served District 5 since 2000, checked himself into UC San Francisco Medical Center last Thursday and doctors performed a battery of tests and found he was eligible for the dual transplant, he said. He now awaits a donor. 
(Dan Honda)
Proposed Moraga subdivision criticized

Residents already wary of 13-home subdivision not yet formally submitted to town 
( JOSE CARLOS FAJARDO )
Raiders release Branch, getting house in order

Free agency begins March 10; Raiders make cutting of oft-injured Tyvon Branch official. 
BAY AREA NEWS
(Dan Rosenstrauch/Bay Area News Group)
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 
Celebrities
(Matt Sayles/AP file)
Paris Hilton's brother to plead guilty in plane assault

Conrad Hilton, the great-grandson of the Hilton Hotels founder threatened and attacked crew members of a London-to-Los Angeles flight last summer.  
SPORTS
( Patrick Tehan )
A's moving Coco Crisp to left field

Oakland A's outfielder Coco Crisp says he's not thrilled by the idea of moving to left, but he understands why manager Bob Melvin is making the switch; Sam Fuld and Craig Gentry will platoon in center. 
Spotlight
(Catharine Hamm/Los Angeles Times/MCT)
Reno reborn: The biggest little city goes farm-to-fork in style

Forget the casino buffet. These days Reno's all about craft distilleries, farm-to-fork restaurants and a buzzy art scene. 
(Catharine Hamm/Los Angeles Times/MCT)
Reno reborn: The biggest little city goes farm-to-fork in style

Forget the casino buffet. These days Reno's all about craft distilleries, farm-to-fork restaurants and a buzzy art scene. 
(Matt Sayles/AP file)
Paris Hilton's brother to plead guilty in plane assault

Conrad Hilton, the great-grandson of the Hilton Hotels founder threatened and attacked crew members of a London-to-Los Angeles flight last summer.