#2 Gonzaga 71, USF 54: Killian Tillie scored 22 points and grabbed nine rebounds and the host Bulldogs rallied for their 19th consecutive victory. Filip Petrusev scored 16 points and Ryan Woolridge 12 for Gonzaga (27-1, 13-0 WCC), which trailed at halftime before outscoring the Dons 49-23 in the second half. Charles Minlend scored 22 points and Khalil Shabazz 13 for USF (17-11, 6-7). Gonzaga clinched at least a share of an eighth consecutive regular-season WCC title. … [Read more...] about Stanford’s defense paves way for win at Washington
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In our coverage of this issue, The Chronicle seeks to both inform and stimulate discussion about homelessness. We asked readers to send us questions they might have about its causes, impacts and possible solutions. Here are those answers. … [Read more...] about Bay Briefing: Oakland police chief fired after months of tension
He said Wednesday Garcia-Zarate was apparently given medication again during the federal proceedings while he was held at Glenn Dyer Jail, an Alameda County facility in Oakland, but the treatment was “inexplicably terminated” when he was transferred to the county’s Santa Rita Jail after Glenn Dyer closed in June. … [Read more...] about Defendant in Kate Steinle killing to undergo 2nd psychiatric exam
EAGAN, MN — Credit card skimmers were found at four grocery stores in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area. The illegal tools were found at the Lunds & Byerlys locations in Eagan, Woodbury, Minneapolis, and St. Louis Park. … [Read more...] about Credit Card Skimmers Found In Eagan, Woodbury Grocery Stores
Students turned out in full force to speak about how prevalent vape use is among peers and a lack of understanding about whether the devices are safe to use. One student said he showed up "to make sure that a high school bathroom isn't labeled the JUUL room because people are known to vape inside." … [Read more...] about Will Pleasanton Regulate Vape Sales Too?