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Pleasanton students name presidential turkeys: 'Honest' and 'Abe'
11/24/2015 07:13 PM PST
Donlon Elementary School students come up with winning names for turkeys to be pardoned by President Obama -- 'Honest' and 'Abe.'
Antioch Unified to swear in new board member next month
11/24/2015 04:09 PM PST - Fernando Navarro, 44, says he'll be coming in with the desire to get back to basics, but without an ego
Guest Commentary: Barbara Cowan: Time for Antioch trustees to return to focusing on their real mission
11/24/2015 04:04 PM PST - On September 2015, I stood before my own school board to announce my resignation. This was the culmination of two years of exciting and productive progress and one subsequent year of agonizing defense of the prior good deeds of the superintendent, the staff and the district.
Rape reported at SFSU dorm over the weekend
11/24/2015 11:16 AM PST - A person at San Francisco State University who was apparently incapable of consent reported being raped at a dorm on campus early Saturday morning, according to campus police.
Facebook takes down UC Berkeley "White Student Union" hoax page, another surfaces
11/24/2015 01:42 PM PST - Dozens of similar fake pages mocking race-related campus activism cropped up over the weekend, including one using UC Berkeley's trademark.
Mt. Diablo school district argues that former teacher Joseph Martin did not abuse kids
11/24/2015 07:07 AM PST - In a stunning defense against civil lawsuits filed against it, the Mt. Diablo school district plans to defend the actions of convicted child molester Joseph Martin, saying his fondling of boys' chests was not abuse but proper instruction, a court transcript shows.
School suspensions decline across California as part of education reform
11/24/2015 06:45 AM PST - A recent study shows that the state has been showing progress in reducing its suspension over the past three years. West Contra Costa Unified tops the list of districts who have lowered suspensions most successfully.
Science competition: 5 South Bay students advance to Siemens finals
11/24/2015 06:33 AM PST - 5 San Jose-area students won top berths in regional matches of the Siemens Competition in Math, Science and Technology. Their work that could help in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases like cancer and in engineering tissue.
Rhodes Scholars include three Californians
11/23/2015 10:47 AM PST - LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Three college students from California are among the 32 new Rhodes scholars who have been chosen to pursue post-graduate studies at Oxford University in England.
It's easier now to give a gift to 529 college savings plan
11/23/2015 08:41 AM PST - A 529 gift can pay off big for college students, whether they are attending school this year or a decade from now.
Antioch teen: Don't buy me birthday gifts, donate to Ethiopian children
11/23/2015 08:40 AM PST - Rather than gifts for her 17th birthday, Antioch teen Nubia Wilson is asking friends, family, and the public to donate money to an organization that helps impoverished Ethiopian youth.
UC Berkeley police investigating kidnapping, sexual assault
11/23/2015 06:46 AM PST - A student told police she was abducted off the UC Berkeley campus Thursday night and driven to an unknown location where she was sexually assaulted.
UC Berkeley police investigating sexual assault
11/23/2015 06:06 AM PST - A woman said she was kidnapped from the UC Berkeley campus Friday night and taken to an off-campus location where she was sexually assaulted
Popular Oakland teacher killed last year remembered at anniversary Mass
11/23/2015 06:01 AM PST - Two assailants, who appear to have had no motive, still at large
Racial tensions flare over opposition to mainstream Oakland's special ed students
11/23/2015 08:04 AM PST - Protesters accuse Oakland schools superintendent of being the face of the "the new Jim Crow" over his proposal to mainstream special education students and his pro-charter stance.
Antioch Unified to swear in new board member next month
11/23/2015 06:07 PM PST - Fernando Navarro, 44, says he'll be coming in with the desire to get back to basics, but without an ego
Q&A: Caryn Beck-Dudley, dean of SCU's Leavey School of Business, on Silicon Valley
11/20/2015 01:35 PM PST - Caryn Beck-Dudley, the new dean of the Leavey School of Business at Santa Clara University, sits down to discuss her observations of the Silicon Valley business community, how the business school is changing and the challenges students face in the fast-paced tech industry.
Parole denied again for convict in Chowchilla bus hijacking
11/20/2015 04:19 PM PST - The last of three men convicted of hijacking a school bus full of California children nearly four decades ago was denied parole for the 16th time.
Stanford warns students of possible sanctions while protest expands
11/20/2015 06:17 AM PST - The protest by the group Fossil Free Stanford, demanding divestment in fossil fuel companies, has intensified into an action involving alumni, staff and esteemed faculty such as biologist Paul Ehrlich and computer scientist Eric Roberts.
San Mateo County high school Sex Ed teaching 'Yes means yes' rape prevention
11/20/2015 06:19 AM PST - This is the new look of high school sex ed: A roomful of teens, 14-year-olds mostly, is told that a girl and boy meet at a school dance. The boy drives her home. They kiss. What happens next, over the girl's protests, leaves him confused and her crying, no longer a virgin.
TV Tonight: 'Dancing With the Stars: Will Bindi Irwin win?
Plus, 'Pretty Little Liars: 5 Years Forward' covers what characters have done in the past five years.
Harrison Ford and Chewbacca finally end feud on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'
Jimmy Kimmel brings Harrison Ford and Chewbacca of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” together again, after supposed rift, as Adele’s “Hello” plays.