The Alameda County Fair in Pleasanton begins Friday with the traditional cattle drive down Main St. Jackie Ward reports. (6/14/19)

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County Officials Say Fire-Suppression System Was Not Activated During NuStar BlazeA closed gate and a fire suppression system that wasn’t activated may have hampered efforts to extinguish Tuesday’s fire at the NuStar Energy tank farm in Crockett. Da Lin reports. (10-18-19)
IBM and San Jose State Partner to Advance Tech EducationSan Jose State University and IBM announced a strategic collaboration designed to provide today's students with advanced skills needed for high tech jobs of the future. Len Ramirez reports. (10-18-19)
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