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BART and its unions go back to the table in family leave dispute
BART, Amalgamated Transit and Service Employees International unions will sit down Thursday morning in attempt to settle the dispute over family leave provision in their recently negotiated contract.
Dublin/Livermore/Pleasanton police logs: Spousal abuse, auto burglaries reported
The following excerpts were taken from area police logs:DUBLINTHURSDAY, NOV. 28 SPOUSAL ABUSE -- 10 a.m. Spousal abuse was reported, 100 block of Civic Plaza.
Valley Stars: Livermore honors longtime Thanksgiving hosts
accomplishmentsLivermore Proclamation: The City of Livermore has honored Lurline and Randy Moore with a Proclamation for their special community service.
Former Napster exec killed on bike by Los Angeles County patrol car
CALABASAS -- A former chief operating officer of the online file-sharing service Napster was killed when he was struck by a sheriff's patrol car while riding a bicycle, authorities said Monday.
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Chevron to spend $39.8 billion on on capital expenditures in 2014, less than 2013
12/11/2013 10:48 PM PST
San Ramon-based Chevron on Wednesday unveiled a 2014 capital and exploration budget of $39.8 billion, down 5.5 percent from the roughly $4.2 billion that the energy giant expects to spend this year, primarily because 2013 represents the peak of construction activity at Chevron's huge liquefied natural gas projects in western Australia.
Scientists find surprising similarity between lizards and birds
It's not just for the birds: Air flows through the lungs of reptiles in a pattern that scientists previously thought necessary only for high-altitude flight. Full Story
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Tonight's TV picks: 'Scandal' amps up the crazy; 'X Factor' nears finale
Sting makes a guest appearance on 'Michael J. Fox Show
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Madonna dumps much younger boyfriend after three years
Reportedly having run its course, relationship between Madonna and dancer Brahim Zaibat ends.