(Antioch Police Department)
Antioch: Police searching for missing 91-year-old woman

Police are asking for the public's help in locating a 91-year-old woman who went missing Friday afternoon in Antioch.  
At the annual California League of Bond Oversight Committees conference in Sacramento, citizen watchdogs from around the state learned how to detect malfeasance from a certified fraud expert. Trust, he said, is not a control.  
East Bay events for Memorial Day, Monday, May 25  
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Neighbors of the Concord Naval Weapons Station worry about traffic, property values and maintaining open space as development of the former military base finally draws near.  
After first recall petition application had errors, the Contra Costa Deputy Sheriff's Association resubmitted the paperwork on Wednesday  
Project to find pictures of all U.S. service members killed in the Vietnam War hitting a snag in the Bay Area  
The free event will pair kids with expert anglers, who will go out on boats to teach them the how-tos before treating them to a barbecue lunch  
The Bay Area added 17,200 jobs during April, fueled by big job gains in Santa Clara County, a hiring boom that hearkens back to the dot-com era and is intense enough it's getting tougher to find skilled workers.  
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Walnut Creek residents lock a gate on rural Homestead Avenue, setting off a neighborhood tiff and threats of legal action.  
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Also, Canada goose gets loose in Pleasanton; getting to the bottom of whether inmates have proud parents; and local congressman is top gun at annual shootout  
(Herb Greene)
Friday's TV picks: Grateful Dead fans, get a load of this

'The Other One: The Long, Strange Trip of Bob Weir' chronicles Weir's journey from his youth in Palo Alto to global fame in documentary on Netflix. Plus, Thomas Middleditch of 'Silicon Valley' drums up laughs on 'Comedy Bang! Bang!' 
( Jeffrey R. Staab )
David Letterman set trashed; Dumpster divers move in

Hours after the 'Late Show' finished taping, the crew began dismantling and throwing away iconic parts of David Letterman's set.