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Watch out where you get help with buying a house

Attom Data Solutions reports that on average, nearly 1 in 4 mortgages in the second quarter involved co-borrowers who were not spouses, compared with less than 1 in 5 as recently as 2015. In many major markets, co-borrowing was even more popular. More than 50 percent of mortgages in San …

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Suspect in South San Jose homicide may be in Mexico

SAN JOSE — Police on Friday identified the victim of a fatal stabbing early Wednesday morning in South San Jose and revealed that his alleged killer may have fled to Mexico. Lucas Gutierrez, 21, of San Jose, was found suffering from at least one stab wound at about 12:20 a.m. …

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Bellarmine, other Bay Area schools deal with anthem protests

SAN JOSE — Cade Hall, a towering Bellarmine College Prep defensive end, has weathered a struggling football team that also has been at the center of a bitter debate about whether high school players should protest during the playing of the national anthem. So when the loudspeakers malfunctioned Friday night …

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PG&E helped stall effort to map risky power lines

For the better part of a decade, California’s utilities have helped to stall the state’s effort to map where their power lines present the highest risk for wildfires, an initiative that critics say could have forced PG&E to strengthen power poles and bolster maintenance efforts before this month’s deadly North …

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Cenk Uygur considering Senate run in California

Liberal news host Cenk Uygur is considering running against Sen. Dianne Feinstein next year, according to a California elected official who has talked with him about the race. Uygur, the host of the popular online show “The Young Turks” and the co-founder of The Young Turks Network, is “seriously looking …

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