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A's Spring Training Day 9: Alcantara Trying to Add New Wrinkle

A's Spring Training Day 9: Alcantara Trying to Add New Wrinkle

MESA, Ariz. - Right-hander Raul Alcantara, who could factor in as a starting or long relief option for the A's, is experimenting with a split-finger fastball this spring. Alcantara, who made five late-season...

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Kerr Clarifies Cousins' Lack of NBA All-Star Game Minutes

Kerr Clarifies Cousins' Lack of NBA All-Star Game Minutes

Shortly after the NBA All-Star Game, the Kings and Pelicans agreed to a DeMarcus Cousins trade. Is that why he only played two minutes?

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Warriors Big Men Pachulia, West Close to Return

Warriors Big Men Pachulia, West Close to Return

While it is not a sure bet yet, two key Warriors big men are on the right path to be back on the court against the Clippers...

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Republican US Senator Open to Subpoena of Trump's Taxes

Republican US Senator Open to Subpoena of Trump's Taxes

U.S. Sen. Susan Collins said on Wednesday she's open to using a subpoena to investigate President Donald Trump's tax returns for potential connections to Russia. Collins, a Republican who has served as a

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Raiders LT Donald Penn: QB Derek Carr 'almost 100 Percent'

Raiders LT Donald Penn: QB Derek Carr 'almost 100 Percent'

The Raiders' season took a turn for the worst when Derek Carr went down with a broken fibula. Donald Penn recently spoke to the QB...

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Horses Stranded in San Jose Floods

Horses Stranded in San Jose Floods

Horses trapped in flood waters in San Jose will be rescued on Thursday, crews working with the Department of Animal Control said. Crews trying to rescue the animals Wednesday said flood waters were still too deep to attempt a rescue.

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Air District Sued For Alleged Destruction of Documents

Air District Sued For Alleged Destruction of Documents

Two former employees of the agency responsible for protecting the Bay Area from air pollution say they were improperly fired for trying to prevent the illegal destruction of important records.

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San Jose Grapples With Record Flooding

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Trump Sends Top Aides to Mexico Amid Deep Strains With US

Trump Sends Top Aides to Mexico Amid Deep Strains With US

President Donald Trump is sending his top diplomat and homeland security chief to Mexico on a fence-mending mission made all the more challenging by the actual fence he wants to build on the southern...

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75th Anniversary of Executive Order 9066

75th Anniversary of Executive Order 9066

Asian Pacific America with Robert Handa: 75th Anniversary of Executive Order 9066

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SJ Flooding: Some Evacuations Lifted, Cleanup Continues

SJ Flooding: Some Evacuations Lifted, Cleanup Continues

Some of the 14,000 residents evacuated due to flooding in San Jose will be allowed to return to their homes Wednesday night, officials said.

Horses Stranded in San Jose Floods

Horses Stranded in San Jose Floods

Horses trapped in flood waters in San Jose will be rescued on Thursday, crews working with the Department of Animal Control said. Crews trying to rescue the animals Wednesday said flood waters were still too deep to attempt a rescue.

Do I Need a New Mattress?

Do I Need a New Mattress?

5 telltale signs that it might be time to upgrade the most important piece of furniture in the household

Trump Administration Lifts Transgender Bathroom Guidance

Trump Administration Lifts Transgender Bathroom Guidance

The Trump administration on Wednesday lifted transgender student bathroom protections, citing legal confusion.

New Bill Aims to Limit Use of School Officers

New Bill Aims to Limit Use of School Officers

A nearly two-year long NBC Bay Area investigation revealed schools call the police on black students and children with disabilities at disproportionately higher rates than their peers. Following the series of Investigative Unit reports, California Assemblywoman Shirley Nash Weber (D-San Diego) is now proposing legislation that would require school districts to define the role and responsibilities of their campus based officers. Bigad Shaban reports on a story that first aired on Feb. 21.