San Ramon Valley former fire chief to speak at Las Positas Tedx talk

Price is spreading the word about PulsePoint, a lifesaving smart phone app that connects people suffering heart attacks with potential help nearby. 
JOSE CARLOS FAJARDO/StaffGranada's McCandless second to noneGranada High cross country runner Megan McCandless is off to a fast start this season, as she captured the girls large school varsity race at the Ed Sias Invitational on Sept.  
Dublin boys, Monte Vista girls earn cross country titles at Ed Sias Invitational  
For 44 years, Jamie Nagal and his wife, Paz, lived in peace at their home on Richmond Street in a neighborhood Jamie described as open and friendly. He said on Tuesday that they never thought they were inviting trouble when they welcomed a man and woman into their home last weekend.  
JOSE CARLOS FAJARDO/StaffBulldogs' Viano takes 10th at Sias inviteAlhambra High's Michael Viano runs uphill during the boys varsity small school race of the Ed Sias Invitational at Hidden Valley Park in Martinez on Sept.  
Upward Basketball -- Registration open for boys and girls, grades 1-6. $170-$190, with Nov. 15 registration deadline. Oak Park Christian Center, 2073 Oak Park Blvd.  
'Dogs improve to 3-0 Alhambra High's football team has already surpassed its win total from 2013 after beating Armijo-Fairfield 55-13 on Sept. 12. Grant Hill scored five touchdowns for the Bulldogs (3-0) and four of them were passes from quarterback Mark Azevedo.  
DOVER, Del. (AP) -- Five victims of the 1978 Peoples Temple mass suicide-murder in Jonestown, Guyana, were among the names released Monday by Delaware officials of people whose cremated remains were recently discovered inside an abandoned funeral home.  
Federal prosecutors say Alan Tikal, 46, of Brentwood, stole nearly $6 million from homeowners struggling to pay their mortgages during the height of the real estate crisis. Instead of assisting them, as promised, Tikal used the money for personal gain, prosecutors said.  
Pediatrics hospitals and clinics are seeing more kids at younger ages throughout the Bay Area get sports injuries, such as knee, elbow, shoulder, overhead throwing and rotator cuff injuries, due to their avid participation in school and club sports year round.