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Vietnam-era American flag finds permanent home in Antioch museum

An American flag that traveled with a U.S. soldier on his tour of duty in Vietnam has been donated to the Antioch Historical Society Museum, where museum staff expect it to go on permanent display soon. 
Rick Hurd
A 9-year-old boy dies after being stabbed, and authorities report they arrested an 18-year-old suspect Sunday afternoon.  
Final production is Sunday at California Theatre in Pittsburg  
The Brentwood City Council will decide Tuesday whether to allocate land for the possible construction of an emergency homeless shelter at a privately-owned site along Empire Avenue.  
"Have a Cup of Joe" is on the menu Saturday, when the public can chat with the 11th District's Jim Frazier and learn what's happening at the Capitol.  
The city installed a traffic median along a half-mile stretch of Brentwood Boulevard, and business owners say it's blocking customers.  
Bay Area News Group garden writer Joan Morris and Master Gardener Janet Miller, who operates Our Garden, will show you how to grow vegetables even during our record-breaking drought.  
A Bristow Middle School student made it home safely Wednesday, but police were warning the community to be aware after the girl said she had a scary encounter with a stranger.  
Police officers in Brentwood said today they detained a man after witnesses reported seeing him cut and remove a California State Flag with a knife from the Brentwood Press building.  
Los Medanos College
The 21st Gospel Community Celebration Concert at Los Medanos Recital Hall on May 2 aims to drive a massive, musical steamroller through societal barriers that prevent young black males from succeeding. LMC Music Director and professor Silvester Henderson directs the college choir.