Talk Back: NFL arrests
Has the NFL's handling of recent arrests of players for domestic violence altered your view of the league?

(Tell us why or why not?)
Mt. Diablo school district: Six candidates vie for three seats

Incumbents Cheryl Hansen and Linda Mayo are facing challengers Herbert Lee, Michael Langley, Debra Mason and James Ryan. Incumbent Lynne Dennler, a retired teacher who has served one term, is not seeking re-election. 
Audit: Some abuses of San Jose employee credit cards
An internal audit found most San Jose employees are judicial users of the taxpayer-backed "procurement cards" they are authorized to make city purchases with, but then there was the one who rented a BMW with it after totaling his own car. 

UC Berkeley law professor nominated for Mexico ambassador
Next ambassador to Mexico could be UC Berkeley law professor Maria Echaveste, former White House deputy chief of staff for Bill Clinton 

Oakland mayor candidates talk plans for city
Incumbent Jean Quan, Councilwoman Rebecca Kaplan, Oakland Port Commissioner Bryan Parker, Oakland City Auditor Courtney Ruby, Oakland City Councilwoman Libby Schaaf, attorney Dan Siegel and legal instructor Joe Tuman speak on public safety and affordable housing. 

Drugging Our Kids: California calls for new checks on psych meds for foster kids
In a significant step toward curbing the overuse of psychiatric drugs in California's foster care system, doctors will soon be required to get extra authorization to prescribe antipsychotics, a new safeguard to protect some of the state's most overmedicated children.