Nik Wojcik - East Bay Editor

28 Sep 2018

This fight is much bigger than Brett Kavanaugh

The Senate Judiciary Committee will cast the first of three votes Friday, each will position Brett Kavanaugh closer or further away from a seat on the Supreme Court. The Friday morning Senate session was met with just as much contention as was present at the end of Thursday’s hearing. The

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27 Sep 2018

This Week’s Bay News: Sideshows and Train Wrecks (of all sorts)

As we publish this week’s Bay Area news wrap, the world is watching the Senate floor, but we’ll refrain from too much of that until we know how this all shakes out. Until then, here’s your dose of local and other important stories that impact us here at home. Let’s

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20 Sep 2018

Bad Judges, Bridge Nets and Racial Discrimination: Your Bay News for the Week of Sept. 20, 2018

This week’s news touches on the effort to reduce suicide deaths on the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco’s racial discrimination problem and all sorts of judicial woes, locally and nationally. Here goes… Please Don’t Jump In 2008, the New York Times described the Golden Gate Bridge as “the most popular

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06 Sep 2018

Bad Balls and Mutiny: News for the Week of Sept. 6

This has been a week of sports ball controversy and straight-up political mutiny. We sum up some of the bigger stories for you here and then we should all head out and do some day drinking. Let’s go… Screw you guys: Raiders threaten to take their toys and run According

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23 Aug 2018

When ALL the Shit Hit the Fan! Bay News for this Week

Heard any news lately? Okay, jokes aside, just about every bit of Trump-related feces hit the rotating apparatus in the sky this past week, with most of it hurled in the past few days. But before we attempt to scrape it off and explain, let’s dig into some local stories

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16 Aug 2018

Bay News: The Queen, the trial, the puppies and the immigrant

This week, we’ll talk about where the Ghost Ship case is headed, why you shouldn’t eat salad at McDonald’s, how you can help a revered Mission District restaurant owner being attacked by Trump’s immigration policy and where to find a furry best friend. But first, we pay respect to the Queen.

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14 Aug 2018

Ghost Ship trial looms but justice may not be served

For families and friends of the 36 Ghost Ship Fire victims, the road to justice has been long and fraught with disappointment. A surprise ruling made Friday tipped the scale and offered those grieving a small sigh of relief, but that relief may be short-lived. Here, we dig into the

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