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Reds hire David Bell, Giants' VP of player development, as manager

The Giants already were looking for a new head of baseball operations. Now they need a new vice president of player development, too. David Bell, who spent ...

49ers report card: Grading offense, defense in 39-10 loss to Rams

SANTA CLARA – OK, it’s difficult to argue with the NFLs decision to demote the 49ers from prime-time TV after watching this performance. The 49ers were ...

Dwight Clark statue comes along at right time, just like 'The Catch'

Dwight Clark’s statue sits in front of a stadium he helped build, and baby boomers and millennials share what interest they have in this football team ...

49ers don't blame short week, Packers letdown for embarrassing loss to Rams

SANTA CLARA – The 49ers shot themselves in the foot again Sunday and lost in embarrassing fashion to the Los Angeles Rams.  Losing the turnover battle has ...

Mahomes breaks NFL record with 22 TDs in first 8 games and leads Chiefs to win

Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes threw four TD passes Sunday night, giving him 22 in eight career games and eclipsing Kurt Warner’s mark of 21.

Ingram, Rondo, Paul get suspended for melee

Brandon Ingram was suspended four games, Rajon Rondo three and Chris Paul two for their parts in a brawl between the Lakers and Rockets on ...

Draymond: D not an 'emphasis' in NBA anymore

As scores skyrocket across the NBA in the season’s first week, at least one defensive-minded player has taken notice. “We got to be smarter,” Draymond ...

Oakland mayor forbids asking police applicants if they were sexually assaulted

Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf ordered an immediate end Sunday to a Police Department policy that forced job applicants to disclose information about whether they had ...

2 hurt in San Jose garage explosion believed to be caused by fireworks

An explosion in the garage of a San Jose house injured two men Sunday afternoon and forced the evacuation of the surrounding homes as a ...

More traffic tie-ups as Oracle OpenWorld begins in downtown SF

Just as the morning commute into San Francisco was starting to return to normal — which is to say sluggish — Oracle OpenWorld has come ...

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