Danville: Man arrested after entering house, making threats

Man threatened to kill occupants of one house before entering another residence and making threats there 
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Real estate numbers-crunchers asked how many turkey dinners does it take to pay a month's rent? San Francisco topped the list at 78 turkeys, with San Jose and Oakland close behind.  
Police investigating shooting as a homicide  
A 19-year-old man was airlifted to a hospital Saturday night after being stabbed several times, a fire official said.  
The driver of a vehicle that tried to escape police died early Sunday morning, and two passengers were hospitalized with serious injuries when the chase ended in a crash, police said.  
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The West Contra Costa school district has a plan to give every student a tablet to use at home. But the plan is complicated by the fact that in some neighborhoods, like the Iron Triangle, as many as 40 percent of residents don't have an Internet connection.  
A day after a pipe burst along a Lafayette roadway, 40 homes remain without access to water while crews are work to replace the broken pipe.  
EL CERRITO -- The city's leading hiking club has doubled down on its successful effort that enabled the city to buy 8 acres of hillside open space last year.  
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The genetically engineered mosquitoes now living in a Southern California basement lab, secured behind five locked doors, prove that it may be possible to wipe out the deadly malaria and other infectious diseases -- but until the creation of regulatory safeguards, that may be a dream deferred.  
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From Silicon Valley to the East Bay to the Central Coast, a "people's power" movement is sweeping through California that will give local residents a choice to ditch PG&E and buy cleaner -- and possibly cheaper -- energy from the cities and counties where their live.