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A trio of San Mateo and Santa Clara County residents are suspected in a burglary spree that ranged from the Peninsula to the South Bay, police said Wednesday. Comment?
A man who was driven by mental illness to beat a young father to death with a pipe wrench was ordered Wednesday to be committed indefinitely to a state mental hospital, a prosecutor said. Comment?
Photo by Horace Hinshaw Elias Olson encourages cyclists to join him in riding in the Keynote Systems Giro di Pacifica on June 29. Cyclists can enter in one of four road rides or the mountain bike course, all hosted by Parca. Comment?
A San Mateo woman who may be depressed and suicidal has been missing since spending the night on Montara State Beach with her boyfriend last week, police said Tuesday. Comment?
San Mateo alleges Parkson Corp., a Florida-based municipal water and sewage treatment equipment maker, didn't hold up its end of the bargain in a 2005 project, according to a suit filed Monday in San Mateo County Superior Court. Comment?
The American Council on Education and Great Britain-based Pearson, one of the world's largest publishing and education companies, has developed a new GED Test. Comment?
A flash of light startled Anne Collins as she stood at her kitchen counter chopping onions. Comment?
Disputing a previous official explanation, a top regulatory attorney said Friday that he and two colleagues never asked to be taken off a legal team working to determine PG&E's role in the deadly 2010 San Bruno explosion. Comment?
Vibrant landscapes in oil by Menlo Park artist Alice Weil are featured in "Fresh Impressions" at the Portola Art Gallery at the Allied Arts Guild. Comment?
A man charged with raping a fellow psychiatric patient at San Mateo Medical Center will again be sent back to a state mental hospital because he's not mentally competent for trial, the attorneys said Thursday. Comment?
Isherwood Way and Chaplin Drive, 7:05 a.m. Monday A 23-year-old Fremont man was arrested on multiple charges, including kidnapping with the intent to commit a sexual assault. Comment?
President Barack Obama visited the Peninsula again last week. The reason for his two quick stops in Palo Alto was simple: money. Comment?
Signaling a possible mini-rebellion, Belmont has become the third Bay Area town since March to dump its red-light traffic camera program over doubts the devices make the streets any safer for drivers or pedestrians. Comment?
Belsasar Quiran, 31, San Mateo. Quiran was arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor sexual battery on Friday, June 7, 2013, and booked into Santa Clara County Main Jail. Comment?
Last week brought yet more evidence that the Legislature needs to remind the Public Utilities Commission that it works for the people. Comment?
Photo 2: Harry and Ellen Rubinchik, Moldaw residents, have many fond memories of the more than 50 years they spent living in Westlake in Daly City. Comment?
Today, Jordan Paroubeck could get a phone call that changes his life forever. It's Day 1 of the Major League Baseball draft. Comment?
Voices from the Civil War -- 7 p.m. Tuesday, Museum on Main event at the Firehouse Arts Center, 4444 Railroad Ave., Pleasanton, will include portrayals of Civil War characters: Yankee spy Elizabeth Van Lew and a Civil War soldier talking about life in soldier camps. Comment?
Maryann Raab says she hasn't been to Florida since 1977, yet the DMV claims it has proof she was convicted of DUI there in 2005 and as a result suspended her driver's license last month. Comment?
Maryann Raab says she hasn't been to Florida since the 1970s, yet the DMV says it has information she was convicted of DUI there in 2005 and as a result suspended her driver's license last month. Comment?