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    Talk Back: Raiders stadium
    Should local governments spend public money on a new stadium to keep the Raiders?
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    ( DMV )
    DMV at 100: What does next century hold?

    California's Department of Motor Vehicles has navigated a century's worth of changes, from horseless carriages to electric cars. But the future holds a new set of technological and efficiency challenges for the agency. 
    ( JIM STEVENS )
    Livermore Lab advances prosthetic arms

    A highly advanced, thought-controlled artificial limb would let wounded soldiers, and eventually civilians, again experience feelings such as touch, temperature and texture. 
    ( JOSE CARLOS FAJARDO )
    Urban beekeepers on the upswing

    Pleasanton plans to drop 1926 ban on beekeeping in residential areas, joining increasing number of cities that allow the hobby  
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    Reddick gives up number to new teammate

    Oakland A's outfielder Josh Reddick gave up his uniform No. 16 to new teammate Billy Butler, who wore that number with the Kansas City Royals 
    SPORTS
    ( Winslow Townson )
    Warriors rally from 26-point deficit to beat Celtics

    Stephen Curry scored 37 points, and the Golden State Warriors beat the Boston Celtics 106-101 after trailing by 26 points in the first half. 
    BUSINESS
    (Laura A. Oda)
    Giant ships in West Coast ports' future

    West Coast ports are scrambling to deal with the “mega-ship” — behemoths capable of carrying 19,000 containers and as long as the Empire State Building without its antenna. Billions of dollars are being spent reconfiguring ports to handle the monsters.