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Dear Abby: Daughter throws in the towel on fighting mother’s grudge

Six years ago, not long after I announced to my family that I was going to be married, my parents decided to divorce because Dad had been cheating on Mom. Because I allowed him to walk me down the aisle, she didn’t [Read entire story]

Giants lose in a barrage of runs in 6th, 7th innings

Without it, the Padres’ eight-run sixth inning and the Giants’ 12-4 loss Saturday night at AT&T Park might have been worse. Fans who had to endure 11 San Diego runs that scored in the span of 14 hitters over the [Read entire story]

Giants’ Cain two-seaming his way to success

Matt Cain appears to be back as a consistently good starting pitcher, and part of the credit goes to backup catcher Nick Hundley for a change he all but ordered Cain to make. Hundley was catching Cain against the [Read entire story]

13-Pound Newborn ‘Valentino’ One Of Biggest Born In Northern California

SACRAMENTO (KPIX 5) — A newborn baby in Sacramento made an impressive debut, weighing in at more than 13 pounds. Baby Valentino is one of the largest babies ever born in Northern California. He was delivered at [Read entire story]

Oakland Plan To Divert Soda Tax To Fill Budget Shortfall Has Residents Upset

OAKLAND (KPIX 5) — The budget from Oakland’s mayor is out and already there is at least one battle brewing. Mayor Libby Schaaf says Oakland is facing a $32 million budget shortfall. She wants to help fill the gap [Read entire story]

Padres Use Eight-Run Inning To Crush Giants 12-4

SAN FRANCISCO (AP/KPIX 5) — Wil Myers capped a huge inning for the San Diego Padres with the best shot he could muster. Myers hit a three-run homer during San Diego’s eight-run sixth and the Padres rallied to [Read entire story]

St. Joe’s senior Teare barely misses 4-minute mile

SACRAMENTO — An elderly gent with an orange polo shirt and faded yellow cap listened intently to a post-race interview with St. Joseph Notre Dame-Alameda senior Cooper Teare after his latest attempt to break the [Read entire story]

Andrew Triggs terrific again, A’s end losing streak

The reliever-turned-starter worked a career-high seven innings as Oakland beat first-place Houston 2-1. Triggs (4-1) had his slider, his curveball and his fastball all going, a boon for catcher Stephen Vogt. Deft as [Read entire story]

British heavyweight Joshua knocks out Klitschko

Anthony Joshua survived the first knockdown of his career, coming back to drop Wladimir Klitschko twice before stopping him in the 11th round Saturday night in London to retain his heavyweight titles and stake his claim [Read entire story]

Pageau gets fourth goal in 2OT to lift Senators over Rangers 6-5

Pageau scored a career-high four goals, including the winner 2:54 into the second overtime, to lift the host Senators to a 6-5 victory over the New York Rangers on Saturday and give Ottawa a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven [Read entire story]

Warriors eagerly await next opponent

Mike Brown watched Game 6 of the Jazz-Clippers series Friday night with pen in hand. “It was an interesting game,” Brown, the Warriors’ acting head coach, said after practice Saturday. The Clippers “got [Read entire story]

Sports calendar, April 30-May 1

Baseball N.Y. Mets at Washington MLBNet San Diego at Giants NBCSBA (680) Minors: Chicago Cubs at Boston ESPN (1050) Golf PGA: Zurich Classic of New Orleans GolfCh. PGA: Zurich Classic of New Orleans Channel: [Read entire story]

Demonstrators Gather At Oakland’s Lake Merritt As Part Of Nationwide Climate March

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Waving signs with slogans including, “Fossil fuels will make us fossil fools,” hundreds gathered at Oakland’s Lake Merritt Saturday advocating for the environment and [Read entire story]

Bullpen Implodes, Giants Crushed by Padres

Bullpen Implodes, Giants Crushed by Padres

Matt Cain left after five innings with a 3-1 lead Saturday night.Then the wheels fell off for the Giants as the Padres scored eight runs in the sixth and went on to win 12-4 at AT&T Park.Photo Credit: Getty Images [Read entire story]

Warriors Wife Treats High Schoolers to Free Prom Dresses

Warriors Wife Treats High Schoolers to Free Prom Dresses

Thanks to the wife of a Golden State Warriors' big man, droves of high school students on Saturday walked away with free prom dresses.Photo Credit: Getty Images, NBC [Read entire story]

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon Surprises His ‘American Mom’ On Her 100th Birthday

NOVATO (KPIX 5) — A woman who turned a century old got an unexpected birthday surprise. Libba Patterson was named Novato’s Queen of the Day. When you turn 100, you earn that title and even get to wear a [Read entire story]

Your Lucky Numbers

Powerball Jackpot: $113 million Wednesday, May 3, jackpot: TBA Super Lotto Jackpot: $33 million Mega Wed., May 3, jackpot: $34 million Saturday, April 29, draws Fantasy 5 Daily 3 (midday) Daily 3 [Read entire story]

Reporter, DJ, Broadcaster On List Of Worst Jobs For 2017

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) — Two of the worst jobs in the country are newspaper reporter and broadcaster according to careercast.com. The job-hunting website came out with its list of the worst jobs for 2017. Even [Read entire story]

A’s Edge Astros 2-1, Snap Five-Game Losing Streak

HOUSTON (AP) — Andrew Triggs was pleased to have pitched one of the best games of his career Saturday night. He was much more excited that his work helped the Oakland Athletics end their longest losing streak of the [Read entire story]

Raiders Continue to Bolster Defense On Final Day Of NFL Draft

ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) — It was no surprise where the Oakland Raiders paid most attention in the NFL draft. After his team struggled last season on defense and then made most of its pre-draft offseason additions on [Read entire story]