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  • The state of Pac-12 Basketball
    published on Mon, 18 Apr 2016 19:13:09 GMT
    With the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament long in the rear view mirror of 2016, the appropriate 'post-mortem' will be done by those Pac-12 programs who managed only a cup of coffee in this seasonal rite of Spring. Before flights cases were packed, and teams had boarded flights home, many an obituary were being authored on what the hell went wrong with the "Conference of Champions" It's a fair question, and one that occupied the minds of fans, players, coaches, AD's, and a conference commissioner...
  • California Optical Is Now Cal Optix, New Leadership Expanding Product Range
    published on Wed, 06 Apr 2016 04:41:54 GMT
    HAYWARD, Calif.-Cal Optix is the new name of the company formerly known as California Accessories . The new identity for the 80+ year-old company, which started out as California Optical Leather in 1935 and offers eyewear cases, optical accessories and readers, reflects the new strategic focus of its leadership team, which is planning to communicate to customers about its new product range and its new service approach to retail accounts....
  • GCU to keep building after 27-win season
    published on Sat, 26 Mar 2016 00:11:21 GMT
    Grand Canyon men's basketball coach Dan Majerle doesn't expect to win 27 games again next season in the final year before becoming NCAA Tournament eligible. GCU basketball to keep building after 27-win season Grand Canyon men's basketball coach Dan Majerle doesn't expect to win 27 games again next season in the final year before becoming NCAA Tournament eligible....
  • Alameda, Contra Costa counties among fastest growing in state
    published on Fri, 25 Mar 2016 12:30:45 GMT
    The most recent figures from the U.S. Census Bureau show the Bay Area's population is increasing -- and it's increasing quickly, pushing home prices up and sending many renters scrambling for an affordable place to live. The populations of San Francisco and the East Bay, especially around Oakland and Hayward, grew by more than 50,000 people between 2014 and last year, according to the bureau....
  • Wohler Announces New iAM(TM) Series Solutions for Network-Enabled A/V Signal and Data Monitoring
    published on Tue, 22 Mar 2016 22:55:44 GMT
    Wohler Technologies today announced the release of two new products in its award-winning iAM Series of intelligent, adaptable, rack-mounted monitoring equipment: iAM-MIX and iAM-AUDIO. These new signal- and data-monitoring devices provide broadcasters, OB operators, and studio facilities a range of network-enabled features that can adapt to continually evolving requirements and can be controlled by third-party software via an API....
  • Here's the history behind basketball's greatest taunt
    published on Sun, 20 Mar 2016 21:10:25 GMT
    Back in January, an official from the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletics Association emailed officials at state high schools to say they "should take immediate steps to correct a unsporting behavior" at school-sanctioned games. Among the unsporting behavior cited: students chanting "you can't do that," "fundamentals," "air ball," "there's a net there," "sieve," and "we can't hear you."...
  • Couple Arrested For Alleged Pimping Suspected Of Operating Bay Area Brothels
    published on Sun, 20 Mar 2016 20:02:08 GMT
    CBS13/CW31 Television NEWS TIPS: Call 916-374-1301; toll-free: 1-800-374-TV13 or email news@kovr.com. CBS13 is getting answers....
  • Five thoughts on Texas' season: Longhorns have future bright despite heartbreaking season-ending loss
    published on Sat, 19 Mar 2016 13:34:17 GMT
    Texas' season ended in heartbreak fashion when Northern Iowa's Paul Jesperson sank a halfcourt buzzer-beater in the first round the NCAA Tournament. The Longhorns began their season in China with a 77-71 loss to Washington....
  • Parents Are Outraged that an Ex-49er, Who Is on Trial for Sexual...
    published on Wed, 16 Mar 2016 00:00:00 GMT
    Ray McDonald, right, spoke to Tennyson High School students about self-discipline even though he is going on trial for sexual assault. Hayward parents are outraged that Ray McDonald, a former San Francisco 49ers defensive end who is scheduled to go on trial next month for allegedly raping an intoxicated woman, recently spoke to 250 at-risk students at Hayward's Tennyson High School about self-discipline....
  • NorCal basketball: Leland wins D-II opener at Mt. Eden, faces Serra next
    published on Thu, 10 Mar 2016 19:22:38 GMT
    James Kelbert scored 24 points to lead Leland to a 64-56 victory over Mt. Eden in the first round of the NorCal Division II playoffs Wednesday in Hayward....
  • Crime summaries for the March 11 Fremont Bulletin
    published on Thu, 10 Mar 2016 18:33:42 GMT
    Sanjay Prasad, 35, and Robert Bettencourt, 28, both of Fremont, attempted to make a fraudulent purchase of power tools using someone else's credit card, according to police.When stopped, the suspects assaulted an employee before being restrained. Prasad was arrested on suspicion of grand theft, theft and use of access card data and for a probation violation....
  • NorCal basketball: Leland wins D-II opener at Mt. Eden, faces Serra next
    published on Thu, 10 Mar 2016 17:58:28 GMT
    James Kelbert scored 24 points to lead Leland to a 64-56 victory over Mt. Eden in the first round of the NorCal Division II playoffs Wednesday in Hayward....
  • Huskers Announce Two Hirings
    published on Wed, 02 Mar 2016 10:16:21 GMT
    Head Coach Mike Riley has made two additions to the University of Nebraska football staff, adding a former Husker and NFL standout to the coaching staff, and hiring a former NFL general manager in an administrative capacity in the Nebraska program. Riley has hired John Parrella as Nebraska's defensive line coach, completing the 2016 coaching staff....
  • CCAA Tournament: Lady Jacksa season ends with loss at East Bay
    published on Wed, 02 Mar 2016 07:47:15 GMT
    HAYWARD >> The Lady Jacks gave the Pioneers all they could handle at their home court, but couldn't get the upset win. The sixth seed Humboldt State women's basketball team showed tremendous effort against the conference co-champions in the first round of the California Collegiate Athletic Association Postseason Tournament....
  • East Bay school may ditch high school mascot
    published on Wed, 02 Mar 2016 06:19:22 GMT
    Rebel Guy may soon be relegated to San Lorenzo High School's past as the school board considers removing the mascot image, which some maintain is rooted in racism. San Lorenzo High's mascot is the Rebels....