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4 star PG Elijah Hardy taking official visit to Washington

On Official Visit Elijah Hardy PG; Bishop O’Dowd High School, CA; 6’1”, 165 Scout: 4 stars; 247 Sports: 3 stars; ESPN: 4 stars Dawgman.com is repoting that Elijah Hardy will be taking an official visit to UW this upcoming weekend. Hardy’s recruitment has been very quiet over the past couple …

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Oakland Schools to Host Event on Saturday in Support of Immigrant Students

click to enlarge In the wake of President Trump’s decision earlier this week to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program for young undocumented immigrants, the Oakland Unified School District is holding an event on Saturday, Sept. 9 in support of immigrant students and their families. The …

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BART Passenger Fights Off Robber

OAKLAND, CA — A BART passenger targeted by a would-be robber refused to be a victim, fighting off two attempts by the suspect to take his bag, according to BART Police. It happened aboard a San Francisco-bound train. Officers responded to the West Oakland station just after 10 pm on …

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ABC7 Weekend: SF Hunt, California Rum Festival, Oakland Pride

Sunny skies are heading to San Francisco this weekend, and ABC7’s Alexis Smith has the scoop on the best ways to spend your days off. Kick things off tonight with cocktails at the third-annual California Rum Festival at SOMArts Cultural Center. But don’t get too wild, as the SF Hunt begins …

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Smoky Sunset: Photos Of The Day

OAKLAND, CA — The smoky skies that the Bay Area endured for almost a week caused raspy throats, but also beautiful sunsets. Jose V. Bumanglag of Oakland captured two photos of the sunset last week. We love how you framed the sunset with the trees. Thank you for sharing this …

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Port of Oakland wants ocean carriers to invest in more shore power

By Patrick Burnson, Executive Editor · September 8, 2017 When five ocean carrier members of the World World Shipping Council (WTC) convened in the San Francisco Bay Area recently,  their technical experts requested a visit to the Port of Oakland to evaluate the port’s unique approach to shore power. Port …

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Raiders fans summed up their ambivalence in one word

Like our Oakland Raiders Facebook page for more Raiders news, commentary and conversation. Raiders fans dreaming of Derek Carr’s laser touchdown passes and Marshawn Lynch’s steamrolling “Beast Mode” runs powering the team back to the Super Bowl still can’t escape the specter of Las Vegas. While Sunday’s season opener in …

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CA Captain Faces Child Porn Charges after Station Search

Sept. 7–OAKLAND, CA– An Oakland fire captain was arrested Wednesday night and charged with sharing more than 600 images of child pornography after investigators searching his fire house found illegal materials on his personal laptop and other storage devices, authorities said. Capt. Richard Chew, 58, is being held in Contra …

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Bay Area freeways rank as California’s worst when it comes to animal vs. vehicle collisions

If you are a commuter, Southern California freeways are your nightmare. If you happen to be a deer, coyote or raccoon, the highways of Northern California are a lot worse. A study released Thursday by UC Davis identified the state highways that are the worst for collisions and near misses …

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Back to School With GSA Network

As part of our Back to School campaign to support LGBTQ students and their families, HRC spoke with the Genders & Sexualities Alliance (GSA) Network to learn more about how their organization supports LGBTQ youth. 1. Why is it important that your organization explicitly support LGBTQ youth? GSA Network has …

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