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Study shows public schools failing kids when it comes to computer science

Despite the number of tech jobs available in the Bay Area researchers say schools aren't producing enough trained software developers for those jobs.

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The 38-year-old won Ohio’s Springfield District Spelling Bee back in 1989 at the age of ten.

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  • Karlos Cashe didn't expect a routine traffic stop would get him locked up for 90 days, but it did. But when the police officer saw white powder on his seat and floorboard, he didn't waste a moment in testing it with a field drug test kit. To Karlos'
  • A new $147 million courthouse opened in Alameda County Court this week, and already the building, or rather its location, is sparking controversy. Public Defender Brendon Woods is speaking out against the court being designated for arraignments in Du
  • About six months after it came to light that BART has security cameras that were either dummies or weren't working, the transit agency revealed on Wednesday that by the end of the day every train car in the fleet is outfitted with working technology.
  • KTVU meteorologist Steve Paulson says today will start off with low clouds, and turn into a sunny and breezy day.
  • Anyone who wants to jump in cool water and splash about at Lake Temescal is out of luck.

For the fourth year in a row, the East Bay Regional Park District on Tuesday closed the popular lake off Broadway in Oakland because of a toxic algae bloom, w