Everything on today's menu is low fat and high fiber. Consume as much as you want:
This comes on top of sex abuse lawsuits filed against the Moraga School District and a $725,000 settlement given a Lafayette middle school student.
Makes you wonder what else is going on that we don't know about.
In talking about the 221-acre, $35 million cemetery that a Danville developer hopes to put in the Tassajara Valley, Wilson gushed to a reporter, "I would love to be buried in the area. ... I'm going to be the first one to buy a plot there."
That's why they put fences around cemeteries. Everybody's dying to get in.
The councilmen recently were named in a lawsuit by A&D Tow that alleges they worked to exclude the towing company from city contracts. It will take an incredibly gifted lawyer to prove that Butt and Booze have ever worked toward the same goal on any occasion.
The latest pipe dream update came last week, when Assistant City Administrator Fred Blackwell told a reporter, "We are very passionate about keeping the teams, but we are very passionate and ardent about not letting that get us into a bad deal."
Too late. The city's already in a bad deal, shelling out $10 million a year to pay off bonds issued for the last Coliseum renovation. Plus, the Warriors and A's are as good as gone. Keep dreaming, Oakland. That's what you do best.
Walnut Creek police are stretched so thin they can barely keep a handle on the downtown bar scene. Does anyone think patrol cars will be dispatched to apartment complexes to hand out smoking citations?
Drop that cigarette and put your hands on the car. You're under arrest.
At least the NFL player had an excuse. He was drinking.
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