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Temescal Valley: Residents question landfill expansion, practices
The growth of one of America's 10 largest landfills has led to a David-and-Goliath conflict, with residents of a picturesque valley taking on one of the country's most profitable corporations.
The Daily Republic
Midway Automotive comes to Fairfield
The couple wanted to open an automotive repair business in Fairfield for about 10 years.
12-year sentence for killing Contra Costa nurse
Aaron Nygaard , 38, pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter and was sentenced by Judge John Kennedy of Contra Costa County Superior Court in Martinez in connection with the killing of Cynthia Palomata.
Stuart Michael McMaster, 57
Stuart Michael McMaster,Sr., best friend/husband, proud father, adoring grandfather, loyal brother and awesome care giver to anyone lucky enough to cross paths with him died on March 31, 2014.
Veteran 911 dispatcher calls an end to long career
Veteran emergency dispatcher Lisa Hoffmann answers a 911 call on her last day before retiring - though she'll still be a volunteer advocate.
Richmond police crackdown on 'Scooby Snax'
Police are warning people about the dangers of an illegal drug that can sometimes be purchased legally.
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Clay houses in quake country? Cob building gains Bay Area following
Massey Burke, left, and Trilby DuPont talk in front of the cob wall building of DuPont's design on Burke's property in El Sobrante on March 11, 2014.
Marin Independent Journal
'Rosie the Riveters' headed to Washington, D.C. to meet Vice President Joe Biden
Rod A. Lamkey Jr. - STAFF 3/30/99 Tribune News Phyllis Gould, one of the many women who became known as a "Rosie the Riveter" stands near the new stamp honoring her and the other women who supported the war effort in World War II by working in factories helping to build ships and in the shipyards while the men were overseas fighting the war.