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Miami Heat Role Players Step Up In A Major Way In Win Over Bucks, 113-104
The Miami Heat came into Wednesday's matchup against the Milwaukee Bucks reeling from a defeat on Monday night.
Raptors' comeback runs out of time, Thunder come away with 110-109 win
The Toronto Raptors' late rally ran out of time - literally by less than a second, as Justin Champagnie's tip-in failed to beat the buzzer, and the Raptors lost to the Oklahoma City Thunder 110-109.
How Canucks Plan To Attack Bruins' Top Line As Brad Marchand Returns
The Vancouver Canucks have undergone a major overhaul since visiting the Boston Bruins on Nov. 28, as the franchise cleared house in the front office and made Bruce Boudreau the head coach.
City's Response to Homelessness Questioned After Unhoused Man Killed By Drunk Driver
No one heard the crash that killed Terrence Tombe early Sunday morning.
Ofgem 'failed to act against unfit energy suppliers for almost a decade', says report
A regulator's long-term failure to tackle a spiralling energy market has partly caused the recent huge spikes in the costs of gas and electricity, a charity has written in a damning report.
North Carolina delays 2022 primaries to give redistricting challenges more time
A voter waits to cast a ballot at the Graham Civic Center polling location in Graham, N.C., Nov. 3, 2020.
Kate Forbes promises 'stability and support' for Scots in her 2022-23 Budget
The Scottish Budget for next year will provide people with "stability and support" as the country seeks to recover from coronavirus, Kate Forbes has insisted.
Bill Bowker, Sculptor of the Sonoma County Sound, Signs Off | KQED
Now, in the KRSH studio, as he back-announces a block of songs from Townes Van Zandt, Fred Eaglesmith and Emmylou Harris, telling an anecdote or offering some analysis about each artist, it strikes me that Sonoma County radio without Bill Bowker is going to be very strange.
The incredible story of William Leidesdorff, San Francisco's Black founding father - The San Francisco Examiner
The statue of William Alexander Leidesdorff stands near the entrance to the alley named after him on Friday, Dec. 3, 2021. (Kevin N. Hume/The Examiner)
Commentary: San Jose BART Extension Needs a Rethink
It's time to jettison the ill-advised, deep, single-bore plan for the new BART subway
Narrow, crooked streets. Historic, medieval buildings. Older, legacy subway lines to go under.