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Oakland, Calif., this morning, protestors blocked several tech buses for more than 30 minutes. A couple of the protestors climbed aboard the Yahoo bus and vomited on the windshield. We're used to seeing plenty of colorful signs , of course, and
Video recordings played during the trial show Mandell, 63, and cohort Gary Engel discussing how to outfit space in a building in the 5300 block of Devon Avenue in Chicago where they planned to kill the man after they tortured him into signing over
Police were searching for two men who snatched a woman's purse Wednesday afternoon in an Oakland shopping center parking lot, sped away and collided with another car about a mile away before getting away on foot. A woman with the two men was arrested
Two shooting suspects were hospitalized after a high-speed pursuit through Oakland on Saturday night, a sheriff's spokesman said. An Alameda County Sheriff's deputy reported seeing a man firing a gun from a vehicle near Seminary Drive and Foothill
The activists, who were from Eviction Free San Francisco, Our Mission No Eviction, Causa Justa / Just Cause and others, stood in front of a white shuttle bus holding banners and signs. Some peeked through cardboard signs fashioned in the shape of
Douglas MacArthur is one of the few structures still standing.
Romulo statue in Leyte memorial is resurrected' November 28, 2013 10:10pm Some two weeks after it was felled by Super Typhoon Yolanda, the statue of the late Carlos P. Romulo at the MacArthur Landing Memorial in Palo, Leyte was finally "resurrected"
LANDSLIDES caused by heavy rains may bury houses built near the foot of mountains in Central Philippines should the government fail to take immediate remedial measures to prevent another disaster similar to typhoon “Yolanda” that
Nearly one acre of prime Oakland real estate landscaped with plants and trees, open to nobody except the gardeners who would tend it. That is Kaiser Permanente's plan for its land fronting Piedmont Avenue and West MacArthur Boulevard, much to the
Tacloban was also the childhood home of Imelda Marcos, famous for her shoe fetish and as the wife of former Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos. Her nephew is currently the mayor of Tacloban, a city of about 220,000 that briefly served as the