12:43 PM EST, Sat December 03, 2016
San Francisco Giants Rumors & News
The Warriors want Kevin Durant to have full confidence in knowing his battle is their battle and that his challenge is to be shared with them....
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San Francisco Chronicle Nov 3, 2016
In a procedural move that was execpted, the Giants on Thursday exercised a $7 million option in Matt Moore’s contract for 2017, preventing him from becoming a free agent. If the left-hander stays healthy and performs as he did in his two months with the Giants, that contract will be a bargain, which is a major reason they were willing to part with Matt Duffy and prospect Lucius Fox to get him. The Giants also outrighted catcher Tony Sanchez to Triple-A Sacramento, creating one more spot on the 40-man roster for offseason moves. The former Pirate had not played an inning with the Giants...
The U.S. Drought Monitor says a rainy fall has helped pull nearly one-fourth of California out of the state's five-year drought.The showing is the best it's been for California since March 2013, according to the weekly national drought report. California's Ballot: 17 Propositions Explained On Thursday, 12 percent of the state had normal or better moisture and another 12 percent was rated unusually dry but not in drought.The improvement comes thanks to a rainy October in Northern California, with rainfall three times or more the normal in parts of the north.
A Bay Area woman was arrested on Monday on suspicion of importing roughly $50,000 worth of counterfeit cosmetics from Asia and trying to sell them.The suspect, who remains unidentified, lived in San Jose and was taken into custody by special agents from Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Homeland Security Investigations. Agents were tipped off to the suspects activities due to multiple shipments from someone they know to be a counterfeit exporter based in Asia, according to a statement.
FBI agents served a search warrant at the Milpitas offices of a company that served as the paratransit broker for the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, prompting the agency to take over managing the service.VTA said that the agency terminated the Outreach and Escort Inc. service this summer, and was in the process of transitioning away from Outreach managing the service. California's Ballot: 17 Propositions Explained VTA alerted the FBI and the Santa Clara County district attorney's office after conducting an audit.