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Local mountain bikers stage protest against trail restrictions at Pleasanton Ridge

Local mountain bikers stage protest against trail restrictions at Pleasanton Ridge

Organizer calls for more trail access amid overcrowding, safety concerns
Parents lose patience over school mask mandate

Parents lose patience over school mask mandate

A top state health official provided little new information on Monday. Public health experts say it might be time to take more steps toward normalcy at schools.
Mortgage rate hikes impacting buyers and sellers

Mortgage rate hikes impacting buyers and sellers

Realtor Liz Venema breaks down the implications of rate changes
BART restoring service to pre-pandemic levels

BART restoring service to pre-pandemic levels

Sunday trains will run until midnight again
Staying Healthy: Migraine, it's all in your head

Staying Healthy: Migraine, it's all in your head

'Migraine is not fatal but it can affect your quality of life'
Dublin: Sheriff's deputy dies after suffering medical emergency on duty

Dublin: Sheriff's deputy dies after suffering medical emergency on duty

Community mourns the loss of Deputy Aubrey Phillips
Staying Healthy: Maintaining a healthy marriage

Staying Healthy: Maintaining a healthy marriage

Tips on building a meaningful, happy and thriving relationship
State sues Tesla alleging widespread racial discrimination against Black workers at Fremont plant

State sues Tesla alleging widespread racial discrimination against Black workers at Fremont plant

Car company denies allegations; state agency accuses Tesla of turning 'blind eye to years of complaints'
BART likely to need new funding source beyond fare revenue in coming years, budget officials say

BART likely to need new funding source beyond fare revenue in coming years, budget officials say

Ridership recovery continues to struggle mightily amid pandemic
New COVID sick leave leaves out at least 1 in 4 California workers

New COVID sick leave leaves out at least 1 in 4 California workers

A new law will give most California workers up to 80 hours of COVID-related sick leave. But workers at small businesses, who make the lowest wages, won’t be covered under the new plan.
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