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The Oakland Tribune covers Oakland, California and its environs
The Oakland Tribune covers Oakland, California and its environs

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iPhone or iPad users: Did you get an iOS 7 update this weekend? If not, check for one. A critical security flaw could allow an attacker to access and even modify your activity on your Apple device.

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BART restored train service this morning to the Pittsburg/Bay Point line and the Concord station has now reopened.

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With a month to go before key milestones must be met in the development of Coliseum City, the leading developer is doing little to alleviate angst that it might not be that devoted to the project.

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For college students who work all day, Cañada College, like Berkeley City College and Hayward's Chabot College, helps those with jobs earn a degree with fewer hassles.

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Missing 7-year-old Antioch girl was found safe late Friday thanks to quick work by authorities.

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Ride-sharing company +Lyft will begin service in the East Bay tomorrow, just in time to take passengers to holiday parties and drive home those who indulged in too much eggnog.

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An arcane state funding formula, local health leaders worry, will soon penalize Alameda County for its commitment to treating everyone, including the poor and immigrants denied health insurance because they are in the country illegally. "This is really quite devastating," said Alameda County Supervisor Wilma Chan.

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A growing number of East Bay cities are taking steps to restrict electronic cigarettes, and Union City has led the charge, becoming the state's first municipality to ban vapor lounges and other businesses where e-cigarettes are used.

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"My job is to try to get this team better, to try and put a good product on the field, to help these guys and put them in the best position to have success," Raiders coach Dennis Allen said. "That's been my job since Day 1 and that won't change."
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