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Dr. Anthony Fauci discusses COVID with Stanford University’s dean of medicine

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, joined Stanford Univer…

Newsom shuts bars, indoor dining and most gyms, churches

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday extended the closure of bars and indoor dining …

Foster City takes on goose poop

Foster City officials are seeking help from the county to address a long-standing problem in the city that is no…

San Mateo Planning Commission to scope 225-unit development

The San Mateo Planning Commission Tuesday will vote on a 225-unit affordable housing development that has been b…

Burlingame eyes rules for short-term rentals

Burlingame officials favored establishing a variety of regulations for the short-term rental market, with hopes …

From the archives: College of San Mateo softball into final four

MAY 11, 2015 — The emotion of the Lady Bulldogs’ postgame celebration was the most animated of any of their 40 w…

San Francisco Zoo to reopen Monday

The San Francisco Zoo and Gardens will be able to reopen on Monday, while the reopening of other businesses like…

Reyhan Sabesan's donation

Reyhan Sabesan, a San Mateo High School rising junior, donated 3D printed face shields to protect Caminar staff.…

Parkside Montessori School's peaceful family march

Terri Falvey, Patty Hampton and Vicki Tung, three Parkside Montessori School mothers, organized a peaceful famil…

Goodwill returns

As Peninsula residents sheltered in place these last four months, many took advantage of their increased free ti…

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Dr. Anthony Fauci discusses COVID with Stanford University’s dean of medicine

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Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, joined Stanford University’s dean of medicine Monday for a talk on the challenges and medical progress made in response to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

Foster City takes on goose poop Goose poop

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Foster City officials are seeking help from the county to address a long-standing problem in the city that is now being described as a health hazard: goose excrement.

New Bay Area housing goals in question

While regional officials claim the Bay Area should double its housing production over the coming decade, some question the area’s ability to reach such lofty goals amid a pandemic.

San Mateo Planning Commission to scope 225-unit development

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The San Mateo Planning Commission Tuesday will vote on a 225-unit affordable housing development that has been both praised and criticized.

Burlingame eyes rules for short-term rentals

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Burlingame officials favored establishing a variety of regulations for the short-term rental market, with hopes of preventing properties listed on the online platforms from becoming problems for neighborhoods.

San Mateo police reports: Monday • July 13, 2020

Time for some blinds: A resident on Rollins Road in Burlingame reportedly threw water out of their window and appeared in their neighbor’s window, it was reported at 12:21 a.m. Saturday, July 4.

Daily Journal Poll Question

You voted:

Yes, they need to be around other kids and in an established learning environment

No, they need to be at home learning to protect them from coronavirus exposure

In favor of a hybrid, with smaller classes and fewer days

Let’s plan for at-home and in-school learning, then see where we are in August

Not sure

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California CEO resigns over video showing racist outburst

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The chief executive of a California technology company resigned after the release of a video showing him using vulgar and racist language toward an Asian family at a restaurant.

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MARTINEZ, Calif. (AP) — Hundreds of anti-racism protesters demonstrated peacefully Sunday in a San Francisco Bay Area city where two people were charged with hate crimes after defacing a city-sanctioned “Black Lives Matter” mural.

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — An independent panel of national legal experts will review the conviction of an African American man sentenced as a teenager to life in prison for the murder of a little girl struck by a stray bullet, Northwestern University’s Center on Wrongful Convictions and the New Yor…

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HOUSTON (AP) — The Republican Party of Texas changed course Monday night and accepted a virtual convention after courts refused to force Houston, hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic, to let the party stick to its original plans of a massive indoor gathering.

National News

Activists seek to decriminalize 'magic' mushrooms in DC

WASHINGTON (AP) — The posters started blanketing light posts just a few weeks after the city entered what would be a monthslong stay-at-home order. Vividly colored and bearing a three-headed mushroom, they asked Washingtonians to “reform laws for plant and fungi medicines” by making natural …

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — An independent panel of national legal experts will review the conviction of an African American man sentenced as a teenager to life in prison for the murder of a little girl struck by a stray bullet, Northwestern University’s Center on Wrongful Convictions and the New Yor…

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PARIS (AP) — Amid pervasive backsliding on social distancing, Britain has made masks mandatory in shops and France is weighing whether to require people to wear them in public places.

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NEW YORK (AP) — Wall Street got a painful reminder of the threat the coronavirus pandemic poses to the economy Monday, and a big early gain for stocks suddenly flipped to losses after California rolled back its reopening plans amid a spike in cases.

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CAIRO — Yemen’s Houthi rebels are easing a variety of coronavirus restrictions amid a news blackout on the virus’ toll in their territory.

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Bars and inside restaurant dining are banned throughout California, while indoor religious services, gyms and hair and nail salons are again off-limits in most of the state, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday in issuing a sweeping set of closures to head off surging coro…

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Ken Church, who rode over 2,000 winners during a 20-year career that included four mounts in the Kentucky Derby, died Monday. He was 90.

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CAIRO — Yemen’s Houthi rebels are easing a variety of coronavirus restrictions amid a news blackout on the virus’ toll in their territory.

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HOUSTON (AP) — The Republican Party of Texas changed course Monday night and accepted a virtual convention after courts refused to force Houston, hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic, to let the party stick to its original plans of a massive indoor gathering.

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AVENAL, Calif. (AP) — Another California state prison inmate has died from what appears to be complications of the coronavirus, corrections officials said Monday.

Dr. Anthony Fauci discusses COVID with Stanford University’s dean of medicine

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Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, joined Stanford University’s dean of medicine Monday for a talk on the challenges and medical progress made in response to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

Local Sports

State pushes JC fall season to spring

The California Community College Athletic Association decided there was no time like the present to do what many expected would happen — postponing the fall season.

From the sports archives: Capuchino rallies for first victory of 2010

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Given the suspension of athletics in the county, the Daily Journal decided to dive into our 20-year archives to bring readers some of our favorite stories over the years.

Drastic times, drastic measures

High school athletes transferring to schools within California became such a plague, the California Interscholastic Federation essentially changed the rules a few years ago to allow a one-time transfer during a high school career for athletic reasons. Previously, students were only allowed t…

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Ken Church, who rode over 2,000 winners during a 20-year career that included four mounts in the Kentucky Derby, died Monday. He was 90.

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LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — Diego Rossi and Brian Rodriguez scored six minutes apart midway through the second half, and Los Angeles FC rallied for a 3-3 draw with the Houston Dynamo in the MLS is Back tournament on Monday night.

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NEW YORK (AP) — The WNBA season is scheduled to tip off July 25 with all games that weekend dedicated to the Black Lives Matter movement.

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ATHENS, Ga. (AP) — Former Southern California starter JT Daniels says he has been granted immediate eligibility at Georgia, where he can join the competition at quarterback.

Opinion

A wild ballot in November

This November’s election will be historic. Most eyes will be on the presidential race and important House and Senate races. But California is in for a wide range of controversial initiatives. I cringe in anticipation of the ads to come. There are 12 measures to be decided, some of them contr…

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CINCINNATI (AP) — Millennials, you’re taking a big hit — again. And you’re not OK, either, boomers.

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In this pandemic summer, who doesn’t want to eat and cook outdoors? And if you’re firing up the grill, don’t forget dessert.

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CINCINNATI (AP) — Millennials, you’re taking a big hit — again. And you’re not OK, either, boomers.

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OCRACOKE, N.C. (AP) — When Hurricane Dorian pounded the wisp of earth that is Ocracoke Island, a wall of Atlantic seawater flooded Bob Chestnut’s home, surf shop and four vehicles.

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NEW YORK (AP) — Naya Rivera, a singer and actor who played a gay cheerleader on the hit TV musical comedy “Glee,” was found dead Monday in a Southern California lake. She was 33.

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Two men and two teens have been charged in the death of rising rapper Pop Smoke, who was killed during a Los Angeles home-invasion robbery in February, the district attorney’s office said Monday.

Washington's NFL team drops 'Redskins' name after 87 years

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Washington NFL franchise announced Monday it is dropping the “Redskins” name and Indian head logo, bowing to recent pressure from sponsors and decades of criticism that they are offensive to Native Americans.

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