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Xavier Lazo walks down University Avenue in East Palo Alto on July 25, 2014. Lazo has been in the U.S. since March 2013 after fleeing gang violence in his home country of El Salvador and now lives with his grandmother in Redwood City.
A man in his 20s and a teenage boy were shot after answering the door of their apartment in Richmond Thursday morning, a police spokeswoman said.
PG&E shares plunged on Thursday, amid a slump in profits that were weakened by expenses related to improvements to its natural gas system, under scrutiny following a fatal explosion in San Bruno nearly four years ago.
Almost 300 girls ages 8-16, like 10-year-old Sofia Sosa, above, participated in Assemblywoman Susan Bonilla's fourth annual Taking the World by Storm soccer clinic, held Saturday at Arbolado Park in Walnut Creek.
Two City Council seats are up for election. Two-term councilwoman and former mayor Cindy Silva has already filed and will officially run for re-election.
When the 1991 Oakland Hills fire raged through Diana Graham's former neighborhood, she was taken by complete surprise.
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) July 29--Catch a wave, jump on Wi-Fi OK, web-savvy travelers, according to a new "who's got the fastest Wi-Fi?" survey by mobile network manager WeFi, the Red Roof Inn and the Sleep Inn hotel chains have the fastest connections.
UC San Francisco Medical Center and John Muir Health are teaming up to form a regional health care network, with the goal of providing "better health care, at lower costs," the agencies announced Tuesday.
DEAR JOAN: I am 11 years old and I have a great interest in becoming a vet. Also I am an animal lover.
Illegal fireworks sparked a blaze that burned about half an acre of vegetation near the Boundary Oak Golf Course in Walnut Creek over the weekend, a fire official said today.
San Francisco's Lamplighters Music Theatre kicks off their 62nd season with a swashbuckling perennial Gilbert & Sullivan favorite, The Pirates of Penzance .
"This was a horrible, costly experience, and I'm still going through it." Linda Blake, 55, who graduated from Intercoast College in 2013 but failed the state licensing exam.
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