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San Leandro Library to Host Bestselling Science Writer Sam Kean

San Leandro Library to Host Bestselling Science Writer Sam Kean

The program is part of San Leandro Reads.
History Files: The Anza Expedition

History Files: The Anza Expedition

While East Coast colonists were declaring their independence from England, Spanish colonists made an incredible journey to the Bay Area.
San Leandro Hosting Movie Nights, Rec Swims & Annual Family Bike Party

San Leandro Hosting Movie Nights, Rec Swims & Annual Family Bike Party

The events are scheduled through September.
Woman Claims $468,905 Lottery Ticket Purchased from San Leandro Express Liquors

Woman Claims $468,905 Lottery Ticket Purchased from San Leandro Express Liquors

Milandi Almaweri bought her Mega Millions ticket on May 9.
$468,905 Mega Millions Lottery Ticket Purchased in San Leandro Still Unclaimed

$468,905 Mega Millions Lottery Ticket Purchased in San Leandro Still Unclaimed

The ticket was purchased at San Leandro Express Liquors.
Donation Fund Created to Help Family of Teen Killed By Amtrak Train

Donation Fund Created to Help Family of Teen Killed By Amtrak Train

Donations to help Brittney Silva's family may be made at any Chase Bank using the account number 595800058.
Mega Millions Ticket Bought in San Leandro Worth $469,000

Mega Millions Ticket Bought in San Leandro Worth $469,000

The ticket was purchased at San Leandro Express Liquors.
Bike to Work Energizer Station to Be Set Up in San Leandro

Bike to Work Energizer Station to Be Set Up in San Leandro

Take the time to scoop up a goodie bag.
Make Mother's Day Delectable With East Bay Chef's Homemade Fruit Crisp

Make Mother's Day Delectable With East Bay Chef's Homemade Fruit Crisp

Mother's Day comes once a year but mom works hard all year long. Take care of her on her special day.
First Day of Spring: Drought Woes Continue in Bay Area

First Day of Spring: Drought Woes Continue in Bay Area

Despite recent storms, rainfall is still far below normal
Tuesday's Mega Millions Jackpot Closing In a Half Billion Dollars

Tuesday's Mega Millions Jackpot Closing In a Half Billion Dollars

$400 Million Prize Would be the Second-Largest California Jackpot of All Time
MADD: Make Your Own Luck, Designate a Driver This St. Patrick's Day

MADD: Make Your Own Luck, Designate a Driver This St. Patrick's Day

A word from Mothers Against Drunk Driving about the annual holiday known for celebrating with alcohol.
Bay Area Residents Urged to Brace for Strong Winds

Bay Area Residents Urged to Brace for Strong Winds

"You could see winds increasing to 20 to 30 mph, with gusts of up to 45 mph below 1,000 feet," a meteorologist said. "Above 1,000 feet, gusts of up to 50 mph are possible."
Earthquake Expected to Create Aftershocks for Next Few Days

Earthquake Expected to Create Aftershocks for Next Few Days

No injuries were reported in the 6.9 magnitude earthquake off Eureka at 10:18 p.m., Sunday.
6.9 Northern California Coastal Quake Felt Throughout Bay Area

6.9 Northern California Coastal Quake Felt Throughout Bay Area

Residents as far away as the East Bay have reported feeling the temblor.
REMINDER: Check Your Clocks, Smoke Alarms As You 'Spring Forward' This Weekend

REMINDER: Check Your Clocks, Smoke Alarms As You 'Spring Forward' This Weekend

Daylight Saving Time begins on Sunday, March 9 at 2 a.m.
Movie Review: '300: Rise of an Empire'

Movie Review: '300: Rise of an Empire'

Heading to the movies this weekend? See what our local movie critic has to say about the action flick.
BART Warns Riders to Look Out for Signs of Measles Infection

BART Warns Riders to Look Out for Signs of Measles Infection

Officials with Bay Area Rapid Transit issued an alert Thursday evening upon learning that a rider recently traveled on a local train while infected with the contagious disease.
Bay Area Needs 'Succession of Storms Every Single Day to Get Back to Average,' Say Forecasters

Bay Area Needs 'Succession of Storms Every Single Day to Get Back to Average,' Say Forecasters

The weekend rain storms did not produce enough water to quench the deep thirst caused by the state's drought.