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June 22: There Is A Serial Package Thief In The Bay Area On The Loose

#castrovalley #news #fyi : The package thief that struck in CV also visited Union City. If you can identify this girl or this truck license plate, please contact Union City Police Department Officer Martin at jamesm@unioncity.org. (Case #180618019) or call the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office at 510-667-7721  

June 22: EXCLUSIVE: ‘They’re together and safe: Father of Honduran two-year-old who became the face of family separation crisis reveals daughter was never separated from her mother, but the image of her in tears at U.S. border control ‘broke his heart’

The father of the Honduran girl who became the face of the family separation crisis has revealed that he still has not been in touch with his wife or daughter but was happy to learn they are safe. Denis Javier Varela Hernandez, 32, said that he had not heard from his wife Sandra, 32, who…

June 20: A Message From Our Brian Sussman!

As you know, Brian is on vacation! Here is a message from our host: “Our European adventure continues as we get closer to our son’s wedding in Switzerland on the 30th! We began in the German part of Switzerland, now we’re in the French region, staying in Montreux (in high school I was in a…

June 20: Capitol Police Searching for Woman Who Shouted at Trump: ‘Mr. President, F–k You!’ (WARNING – Harsh Language in Video Attached)

President Donald Trump was visiting the Capitol building on Tuesday to discuss his “zero tolerance” immigration policy with nervous House Republicans. But as the president was crossing the rotunda, a woman was heard yelling: “Mr. President, f**k you!” WARNING – LANGUAGE!!!   LISTEN: As Pres Trump’s entourage entered Speaker Ryan’s office in the Capitol, someone on the…

June 19: COMEY UNDER INVESTIGATION FOR HANDLING OF CLASSIFIED INFORMATION

Former FBI director James Comey is under investigation for mishandling classified information, DOJ inspector general Michael Horowitz revealed Monday. He is specifically under investigation for his handling of memos he wrote about interactions with President Trump while FBI director. READ THE REST

June 18: Animal rights protesters taunted with meat when they crash Martinez BBQ festival

Attendees at a Bay Area barbecue festival were not happy when protesters with a Berkeley-based animal rights group crashed the party. In a Facebook livestream of Saturday’s event, a handful of Direct Action Everywhere members disrupted proceedings onstage at the King of the County BBQ Challenge & Music Festival in Martinez.     One protester somehow commandeered the microphone and…

June 15: Thank You Dr. Meg Meeker For Joining Us This Morning!y

“Your go-to gift for new fathers.” — Dave Ramsey, New York Times bestselling author, motivational speaker, and radio host Whether you know it or not, if you’re a dad, you’re a hero— that’s the message of bestselling author and pediatrician Meg Meeker. Even if you’re struggling with all the demands of fatherhood, let Dr. Meeker reassure you:…

June 15: Thank You Jason Middleton From Techonomics For Joining Us!

  Creativity, drive, and even ruthlessness fuel Silicon Valley — and what happens in the Valley ripples around the world, socially and economically. Each week on Techonomics, we take a look at how Outsiders — the new thought leaders — are becoming the Insiders. Host Jason Middleton has been in newsrooms since his first year…

June 15: US weekly jobless claims total 218,000, vs 224,000 expected

New applications for U.S. unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week and the number of Americans on jobless rolls declined to a near 44½-year low, pointing to a rapidly tightening labor market. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits dropped 4,000 to a seasonally adjusted 218,000 for the week ended June 9, the Labor Department said on…

June 15: Seven highlights from bombshell IG report on the DOJ, FBI Clinton email probe

Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s bombshell report on DOJ and FBI actions during the Hillary Clinton email probe takes particular aim at key figures who, until now, have mostly escaped official censure for their conduct while in office. The DOJ watchdog reviewed a variety of critical decisions over the course of the investigation — including how…

June 13: Students and parents demand ‘unfair rule’ change after two transgender teen sprinters come first AND second in the girl’s state championship, months after one competed as a boy

A Connecticut high school sophomore dominated in last week’s track and field competition – but the transgender teen’s big win has some people outraged and wondering if it’s fair she was allowed to compete. Terry Miller, who was born a male but identifies as a female, came in first place twice during the June 4 CIAC…

June 12: After A High School Baseball Game, A Hug Goes Viral

It was a hug that put sportsmanship on full display. A lot hung on the game: The winning team would play for the Minnesota’s state championship for baseball. Mounds View, a public high school in a Minneapolis suburb, was leading Totino-Grace, a nearby Catholic high school.   When consoling a childhood friend is a little…

June 12: Dennis Rodman CRIES live on CNN as he reveals how Obama REJECTED him but Trump’s White House ‘called him on day of historic talks and thanked him for helping with North Korea’

Retired NBA legend Dennis Rodman broke down in tears during a televised interview saying President Donald Trump was ‘proud of him’ for his role in helping to enable the historic meeting with North Korean ruler Kim Jong-un in Singapore on Monday. While wearing a red ‘Make America Great Again’ hat, Rodman became emotional during an interview with CNN.   Speaking with…

June 11: Katie’s Binder

Please send help… or just a new binder. #GoFundMe pic.twitter.com/loIvxdvsw9 — Katie Green (@Katiegreenradio) June 11, 2018

June 11: Bay Area students finding summer jobs faster

Students and young people looking for summer jobs in retail, food service and amusement parks are finding work faster than their peers. Less than a decade ago, as the country was in the midst of the great recession, unemployment was high and there was fierce competition for job openings in tech as well as the…

June 8: PG&E Proposes to Reduce Expected Customer Rate Increases through Federal Tax Savings

Release Date: March 30, 2018 Contact: PG&E External Communications (415) 973-5930 SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) today filed several ratemaking requests with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). PG&E is taking action to pass along approximately $450 million in annual tax savings to its customers. As a first step, today PG&E made three…

June 7: Rotting Ford Mustang on Ebay turns out to be a rare classic

One of the rarest Ford Mustangs in the world is for sale on Ebay right now for $3,000, and that’s either way too much or not nearly enough for it. It’s a 1970 Mustang Mach 1 428 Super Cobra Jet Drag Pack that’s a shell of its former self. Literally. See More Stripped of its engine, transmission, rear…

June 7: IHOP appears to be changing its name to IHOb

An unusual set of tweets from the official IHOP account suggests that the pancake house chain is going to be changing their name to IHOb. They haven’t revealed what the “b” stands for but will on Monday, June 11, the day the name change is supposed to go into effect. USA Today quotes IHOP’s executive director of communications, Stephanie…

June 6: Obama hid efforts to aid Iran’s windfall

The Obama administration — despite repeatedly assuring Congress that Iran would remain barred from the U.S. financial system — secretly mobilized to give Tehran access to American banks to convert the windfall of cash it received from sanctions relief under the 2015 nuclear deal into dollars, an investigative report by the Senate has revealed. A copy of the report, obtained by The Washington Times, outlines…

June 5: Foods that fight inflammation

Your immune system becomes activated when your body recognizes anything that is foreign—such as an invading microbe, plant pollen, or chemical. This often triggers a process called inflammation. Intermittent bouts of inflammation directed at truly threatening invaders protect your health. However, sometimes inflammation persists, day in and day out, even when you are not threatened…