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Considered the largest geographical feature on earth, the Pacific Ocean contains an extraordinary human and cultural diversity. In popular imagination, islands of the South Pacific conjure exotic images both serene and mystical.
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Homeowners near Mission Peak in Fremont are getting fed up. Visitors to Mission Peak Regional Preserve have gotten so numerous that there is a constant flow of traffic, parking in front of driveways blocks homeowners from leaving, and trash left around the area, reports the San Francisco Chronicle .
8 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area
A prosecutor told jurors Monday that two men should be convicted of murder for the beating death of another man who was planning to rob a marijuana grow house in unincorporated Hayward more than four years ago. In his opening statement in the trial of Mohammed Kahn, 51, and 66-year-old Manuel Trujillo of Hayward, prosecutor Luis Marin said the victims in the case, 27-year-old Francisco Lopez of East Palo Alto, and his brother, Fernando Lopez, "made a horrible mistake" by trying to rob the grow house at 19123 Standish Ave. at about 2 a.m. on Feb. 26, 2010, and Francisco Lopez "paid for it with his life."
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Alameda County prosecutor Jimmie Wilson says Joseph Thomas Connors used to buy marijuana from the victim Maurice Collins, 28, and believed Collins would not be at home when he hatched a plan to break into Collins' Vanderbilt Street condo on Jan. 4, 2011. Connors enlisted his friend Richard Delosangeles for help and armed him with a gun.
PetersenDean Roofing & Solar, a Fremont, California-based roofing and solar company, has promoted Erin Clark to president of its consumer solar power business. "Erin Clark has displayed the kind of high-performance leadership qualities that PetersenDean prides itself in and his expertise and experience in roofing and solar are important to this position," said PetersenDean founder Jim Petersen.
The founder and former chief executive of a charter school in Fremont has been awarded $545,000 in damages by jurors who found that she had been fired in retaliation for complaining that she had been discriminated against. An Alameda County Superior Court jury ruled that board members at Families of Alameda for Multi-Cultural/Multi-Lingual Education Charter School, or FAME, created a hostile work environment for Maram Alaiwat, retaliated against her and breached the covenant of good faith and fair dealing by preventing her from doing her job.
Tesla Motors has the momentum and charging infrastructure to be the dominant electric vehicle firm, but we do not see it having mass-market volume for at least another decade. Tesla's product plans for now do not mean an EV for every consumer who wants one, because the price points are too high.
The schoolteacher from Fremont, California, had looked at her daughter's Samsung Electronics Co. smartphone, which has a larger screen, and considered buying the Korean manufacturer's device before learning of Apple Inc.'s plans to roll out new iPhones with bigger displays.
Two lanes are blocked due to an injury accident and car fire on southbound Interstate Highway 880 in Fremont this morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.
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A person identified as scavenging for recyclables blocks a Republic Services of Santa Clara County driver from making a waste collection on a Milpitas street. The company claims the illegal practice of scavenging for recyclables poses a safety threat to the public and to its drivers.
Police at the College of Marin are investigating 23 individuals suspected of posing as students in a plot to steal $200,000 in federal financial aid, some of which has already been paid out by the college. Two vigilant faculty members brought the suspected scam to the attention of college administrators after noticing that several students in their online classes shared the same address and phone number, weren't participating in online discussions and withdrew soon after financial aid had been disbursed.
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