Today's headlines (March 25, 2014)

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• Students paint water barrels • Cal Fair: Plan now for May entries • Arts Alliance: 'Break' dancing • Candidates to face off in town hall •Cameras may decide court case • Stolen vehicle recovery nets four arrests • Block party •Vital Stats • Hydrant hit by car •


• MMA makes return to Chicken Ranch Casino • TCA duo fast at Junior Olympic meet, Slater earns medal in 50 fly • Buffs beat Bears: Amador's 4 first-half goals lead way to win • Bowers tips Newell, Persson win senior no-tap tournament • Gardella leads Cat tracksters; Frogs sweep Skins • NCAA Basketball coverage


• Hasselback potatoes: Different kind of spud •Pan-fried noodles an easy meal in one dish •Tickets on sale for annual wine tasting event • In California, chefs fight for barehand contact • Breakfast food costs rising

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