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Steve Manning won the race to be the next Alameda County auditor-controller with about 74 percent of the countywide vote Tuesday, earning a promotion from his longtime job as deputy chief auditor. His opponent, Kathleen Knox, pulled in more than a
Voters around the East Bay began visiting hundreds of polling places after 7 a.m. Tuesday, some of them hoping to defy predictions of a dismal turnout of no more than 30 percent of registered voters. "I've never seen it this slow," said attorney Rich
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As the California primary election draws closer, a low turnout for early voting in Alameda County may mean a dismal turnout at the polls on Tuesday. Tim Dupuis, the Alameda County Registrar of Voters, said they are seeing a lower number of absentee
A decade later, he weighed close to 400. "I'm not trying to make excuses," said Hoyer, 36, a 13-year department veteran who in the past year brought his weight down to 275 pounds. "It was my own fault...Working long hours and midnight shifts, eating
The latest figures concern state health department officials who say they expect cases of the persistent and sometimes deadly cough to continue to rise. The California Department of Public Health said it has received reports of 2,649 cases of
After a months-long debate that fielded more than 50,000 protest letters, the Alameda County Waste Management Authority on Wednesday narrowly voted to adopt a new $9.55-per-home fee for the disposal of household hazardous waste. The annual fee must
It's been two months since Rodrigo Salido left the maximum security wing at the Santa Rita jail, and two months without pills for his bipolar disorder. The medication, Risperdal, prescribed by a jailhouse psychiatrist, had quelled Salido's angry
In releasing her amended budget proposal for the next fiscal year beginning in July, Quan is recommending that the City Council approve funding for two additional police academies, expand the city's gunshot-detection service, increase availability of
Joining a national trend of resisting the Obama administration's deportation dragnet, the sheriffs of Alameda and Contra Costa counties said they are immediately releasing all inmates whose sole reason for being held is their immigration status...