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Memorial bench for Campbell, Mendes installed

By Mary Bullwinkel |

Eel River trash cleanup clears 8,000 pounds

More than 8,000 pounds of trash was removed recently along the Eel River at three locations near Fortuna in a cleanup effort coordinated by River life Foundation. With a large contingency from the California Conservation Corps and members of the...

By Mary Bullwinkel |


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    Thomas D. Elias column: Charles Manson and other heinous murderers don't deserve parole hearings

    Consider the criminal history of Bobby Beausoleil, 67, the latest follower of Charles Manson to come up for an automatic parole hearing.

    By thomas d. elias|

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    Venture capitalist doesn't consider firm to be 'run by men'

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) A billionaire investor in a Silicon Valley venture capital firm is set to testify for a second day in a high-profile sex discrimination lawsuit that has accused the firm of being an all-boys club where women were denied...

    By Sudhin Thanawala, Associated Press|

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    Redwood City transient skips court appearance

    A Redwood City transient who allegedly snatched $7.20 from a car and stole two laptops failed to appear in court Monday, forfeiting a $50,000 bail bond, according to San Mateo County District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe.

    By Rhea Mahbubani Daily News Staff Writer|

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    POLICE BEAT: iPhone stolen at Menlo College in Atherton

    Items selected are from the daily police logs of the city listed below. Times shown are when the incidents were reported to the police.

    Daily News Staff Report|

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    Redwood City man must stand trial for allegedly threatening to shoot woman and for tossing her dog

    A Redwood City man accused of threatening to shoot a building manager and flinging her dog 10 feet into the air must stand trial, a judge ruled Tuesday following a preliminary hearing.

    By Rhea Mahbubani Daily News Staff Writer|

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    Peninsula readers' letters: March 4

    Right-wing Israeli politics

    From Daily News Group readers|

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    Rajiv Joseph's new play gets West Coast premiere at TheatreWorks

    Playwright Rajiv Joseph's first production, "Huck and Holden," debuted in 2005. Since then, the dramatic world has excitedly awaited each new creation. Joseph was a Pulitzer Prize finalist for "Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo." In 2011, Robin Williams starred in that play's Broadway run.

    By Paul Freeman For The Daily News|

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    'Show People' gets audience rolling with laughter

    For much of its two hours of running time, the little-known play "Show People," on stage through March 22 at Dragon Theatre in Redwood City, is laugh-out-loud funny. In fact, the premise of an over-the-hill acting couple taking on the role of the parents of a hot-shot entrepreneur who wants to impress his girlfriend is ripe for comedy.

    By Joanne Engelhardt For The Daily News|

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    Searches focus on rings to help Chinese women have US babies

    IRVINE, Calif. (AP) Women who come to the U.S. from China to give birth to automatic American citizens may not be breaking the law by doing so, but it's illegal to lie about why they're coming into the country.That was the clear message federal...

    By Amy Taxin, Associated Press|

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    Details, questions emerge on homeless man shot by LA police

    LOS ANGELES (AP) For months before he was fatally shot by police, a man walked the streets of Los Angeles' Skid Row, with few or no one he encountered knowing anything about his past bank robbery conviction, his wanted probation status or that...

    By Tami Abdollah, Associated Press|

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