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The Fairfield-Suisun, California, Daily Republic reported on the one year $128,900 contract award to the Flippen Group of College Station, Texas .
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7 hrs ago | CBS News
According to her lawyer, Marlene Pinnock, a 51-year-old great-grandmother now has double vision and painful lumps to her head and shoulder after a CHP officer was caught on camera repeatedly punching her.
11 hrs ago | KCRA-TV Sacramento
ON EDUCATION. AND EDGE WILL COME BY. WE MOVED TO CALIFORNIA RECENTLY AND WE DON'T KNOW A LOT ABOUT THE DROUGHT SITUATION.
WINNIPEGa S- Manitoba Hydro president Scott Thomson has extolled the Public Utilities Board report on the Crown corporation's development plans in his Winnipeg Free Press article "Business Case For Keeyask, Additional Exports Solid: Hydro" .
In recent months, as California officials started to calculate the fire danger posed by the state's prolonged and historic drought, they tucked an extra $23 million into the Cal Fire emergency wildfire budget for the fiscal year that began July 1, bringing its total to $209 million.
The Sacramento Bee reports that legislation by Assemblyman Matt Dababneh, D-Los Angeles, would set guidelines for the largely unregulated industry.
California voters make history, but this may not be a record state officials want to tout.
Following a Supreme Court ruling last year that effectively silenced the voice of California voters hoping to protect the institution of traditional marriage, Gov. Jerry Brown is taking steps to enshrine his state's new 'right' to recognize same-sex unions.
A group of California lawmakers will visit Central America next week to learn about the immigration challenges that are contributing to the U.S. border crisis.
John Perez seemed to have it all as he ran for state controller -- a bankroll far bigger than those of his rivals, the political clout after four years as Assembly speaker and the Democratic stronghold of Los Angeles as his home base.
While a historically small number of Californians participated on Election Day, more of them than ever cast their votes by mail.
The former head of the California Public Employees' Retirement System, the nation's largest public pension fund, pleaded guilty Friday to bribery and fraud.
A Republican assemblyman says he was refused membership in the California Latino Legislative Caucus and now the state attorney general has been asked to investigate the group and its policies.
A week before Ronald Lee Haskell Jr. was arrested on suspicion of killing six people in Texas, he had a violent confrontation with his mother in San Marcos, Calif., that led her to get a restraining order against him, officials said.
It's not clear if Gov. Jerry Brown and his challenger Neel Kashkari will debate each other this fall.
MOLESTATION. A MAN CHARGING JERRY BROWN SAT DOWN WITH OUR REPORTER. LET'S HAVE 10 DEBATES AROUND THE STATE.
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 04:12 pm
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