JOSE CARLOS FAJARDO/StaffBroncos' Johnson suffers tough lossNorthgate High's Spencer Johnson, pictured, pitched well against College Park on April 10, but the Broncos' baseball team fell 2-1.  
 
Bronco Baseball Academy -- Registration open for youth summer camps running through the end of July. For boys and girls ages 5-12. For info on times and sessions vist www.  
 
Broncos volleyball cruises Northgate High's boys volleyball team picked up a pair of three-game wins to stay perfect in Diablo Valley Athletic League play.  
 
Payless Batting Cages Spring Camp -- Registration open for five-day baseball camp. For boys, ages 6-14, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on April 21-24. 2700 E. Olivera St.  
 
Eagles rally to stay unbeaten Grant Meylan drove in two runs in the sixth inning to help the Clayton Valley Charter High baseball team survive a scare from Dougherty Valley and post a 2-1 win on April 11.  
 
A teenage boy who was one of two shooting victims outside a Target store in Richmond on Tuesday was in stable condition early Wednesday morning and expected to survive his injuries, police said.  
 
A man who robbed an electronics store Tuesday night remained on the loose after he fled officers in a brief vehicle pursuit, police said. According to Pleasant Hill police, officers were called to Parrot Wireless at 1300 Contra Costa Boulevard around 9 p.m.  
 
Bay Area apartment rents are rising at nearly double-digit annual rates and have reached record levels, according to a report released Tuesday, prompting some analysts to warn that the region's economic boom could be choked off by the relentless rise.  
 
A petition signed by more than 300 residents opposing the Faria Preserve development was presented to the city at a San Ramon Planning Commission meeting Tuesday. The petition cites concerns about the environment, traffic impacts and a lack of a school that would accompany the 740-unit housing development planned in the northwest part of the city near Crow Canyon and Bollinger Canyon roads.  
 
(Ulet Ifansasti)
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An Indonesian governor said Wednesday he has ordered all civil servants in a central province to attend mass prayer sessions and religious sermons in a bid to stop adultery. Full Story