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Oakland A's reject 10-year lease extension at O.co Coliseum


    The Oakland A's have rejected a 10-year lease extension proposal at O.Co Coliseum.
    In a statement, team officials say the deal does not meet all their requirements and that they cannot accept the terms of the offer.
    Though the exact terms of the proposal by the Coliseum Authority haven't been publicly disclosed.
    Meanwhile, The city of San Jose continues to pursue its antitrust lawsuit against baseball in order to get the A's to move to San Jose. the case is on appeal and expected to be back in court in May.
    In the meantime the A's have signed on to short extensions at the Coliseum.  Full Story



 
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San Jose Sharks take commanding lead over Los Angeles Kings in NHL playoff serie


    The San Jose Sharks hold a 3-0 lead in their playoff series with the Los Angeles Kings after an overtime win last night, 4-3.
    Patrick Marleau beat Jonathan Quick with a backhand shot for the winning goal.
    If the Sharks win again in Los Angeles tomorrow night, they'll sweep the Kings out of the playoffs and move on to face either Anaheim or Dallas.  Full Story

 

San Joser city council approves buying part of Agnews State Hospital land


    A deal to buy more than 21 acres of the former Agnews State Hospital in North San Jose has been approved by the San Jose City Council.
    The land will be used for a joint park and school project. 
    Mayor Chuck Reed says the park off Zanker Road is exciting to North San Jose developers.
    The council approved spending up to 16 million dollars for the former Agnews land.
    It's part of an overall 81 acre.
    The Santa Clara Unified School district will be voting on the planned school site this Thursday.  Full Story

 

Security questions raised by Santa Clara boy sneaking into wheel well of plane


    A Bay Area Congressman sees Sunday's security breach at Mineta San Jose International Airport as an opportunity to increase security measures.
    Congressman Eric Swallwell says the while the airport is safe, security officials owe it to passengers to make sure all entrances are secured.
    The 16-year old Santa Clara boy climbed over a fence at the airport and stowed away in the wheel well of a plan bound for Maui.  Full Story

 

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