Talk Back: High-speed rail
Are you happy that the state Supreme Court has cleared the way for construction of high-speed rail to begin?
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Is your car affected by the air bag recall?

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has expanded the number of vehicles and manufacturers covered by a warning about air bags. Ten automakers and almost 8 million vehicles are covered.  
(Bay Area News Group)
El Cerrito: Anger over sales tax mailers

Some claim city is using taxpayer dollars to lobby for hike 
(Bay Area News Group)
Roadshow: Will there be relief at 580-680?

Plus: Should my husband work at home Friday to avoid Cal-Oregon traffic near Levi's Stadium?  
BAY AREA NEWS
( Rich Pedroncelli )
Governor Jerry Brown meets with nurses over Ebola concerns

Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday said California will address the concerns and worries of nurses who say the hospitals where they work are ill-prepared for a potential case of the deadly Ebola virus. 
SPORTS
(Ray Chavez)
Mark Jackson expects Warriors' Klay Thompson to get max deal

Former Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson, now with ESPN, says Klay Thompson is the best two-way shooting guard in the world and deserves a maximum-salary contract.
 
Spotlight
(Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group)
Knish comeback: From Mrs. Stahl's to King Knish

The knish is getting a makeover. Fueled by a movement to revive Jewish-American deli food with quality ingredients and an artisanal edge, San Francisco chefs such as King Knish and Michael Siegel of Shorty Goldstein's are reinventing potato pies with creative spins and modern techniques to ensure the lightest, most sophisticated dough possible. 

BUSINESS


(Bay Area News Group)
Fremont tech company fined for illegally low wages

Electronics for Imaging paid several employees from India as little as $1.21 an hour in Indian rupees to help install computer systems at the company's Fremont headquarters, federal labor officials said Wednesday. 
(Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group)
Knish comeback: From Mrs. Stahl's to King Knish

The knish is getting a makeover. Fueled by a movement to revive Jewish-American deli food with quality ingredients and an artisanal edge, San Francisco chefs such as King Knish and Michael Siegel of Shorty Goldstein's are reinventing potato pies with creative spins and modern techniques to ensure the lightest, most sophisticated dough possible.