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  1. Legislation clears way for Caltrans properties in L.A. to be used for ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 18 | The Daily Breeze

    A Caltrans park and ride lot at 515 N. Beacon St., San Pedro, is the proposed site of a Bridge Home temporary homeless shelter. A major hurdle to placing a temporary homeless shelter on a San Pedro parking lot was cleared this week when Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill that allows unused Caltrans land in Los Angeles and San Jose to be used for homeless shelters or programs.


  2. What is the cost of Gov. Jerry Brown's carbon-free legacy?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 17 | The Daily Breeze

    When a reporter asked Brown about it in January, Brown replied, with a characteristic smirk, "Can you tell me the legacy of Goodwin Knight? Or Gov. Merriam. Or Deukmejian? Governors don't have legacies. 1 comment

  3. A climate of poverty in CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 15 | The Daily Breeze

    While some people might look at that statistic and conclude that 99 times out of a hundred, an electric vehicle is not the best choice, Gov. Jerry Brown is not one of those people. In 2012, when there were 25,000 electric vehicles registered in California, Brown signed an executive order mandating a target of 1.5 million zero-emission vehicles on the road by 2025.


  4. Getting Pollyanish about saving the environmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 14 | The Daily Breeze

    In this July 25, 2017 file photo, Gov. Jerry Brown holds up a climate bill after signing it at Treasure Island, in San Francisco. A lifelong Pollyana until about 7:35 p.m. on Nov. 8, 2016, I could be happy-go-lucky with the best of them.


  5. 30,000 march against climate change in SF ahead of global 'climate action' summitRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 8 | The Daily Breeze

    Jolie Varela, of Bishop, Calif., raises her fist while marching during the "Rise for Climate, Jobs and Justice" march in San Francisco, Calif., on Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018.


  6. Climate change takes center stage in the great outdoors with a Hole in the SkyaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 8 | The Daily Breeze

    It's an interesting concept: interview people from small towns in Siskiyou County who are in the middle of the climate change/water use battle, and form what is gleaned into a play about the passions and tensions this friction creates. That is what playwright Octavio Solis has done in "Hole in the Sky," receiving its world premiere courtesy of the Circle X Theatre Company.


  7. Whicker: Blowing off the preseason could make Rams the playersa choiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 7 | The Daily Breeze

    If running back Todd Gurley, left, and quarterback Jared Goff lead the Rams to the NFL's best record and/or a Super Bowl this season, don't be surprised when other teams then mimic the Rams' choice to hold their best playmakers out of preseason games next summer. If their quarterback does not win the Most Valuable Player Award and lifts a Super Bowl trophy in February, they hope Jared Goff does.


  8. High taxes help protect the black market for marijuanaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 5 | The Daily Breeze

    Members of the Riverside Police Department's Post-Release Accountability & Compliance Team , discovered a large fenced marijuana field with approximately 400 marijuana plants, with a combined weight of about 6,000 pounds, in the 19000 block of Covell Street, located in an unincorporated area within the county of Riverside. The street value of the harvested marijuana is estimated to have been approximately $1 million.


  9. New system to clean up plastic in the ocean is launching from California this monthRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 4 | The Daily Breeze

    After 273 scale model tests and six at-sea prototypes, the first ocean cleanup system is expected to launch from San Francisco on Saturday, Sept. 8. If successful, it could be one of 60 cleanup systems deployed in the Pacific Ocean.


  10. What a Governor Gavin Newsom might just be likeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 30 | The Daily Breeze

    As the late-summer election season begins, it's high time to look closely at what a Gov. Gavin Newsom might be like. That's partly because Newsom held leads of anywhere from 25 to 30 percentage points over Republican businessman John Cox in polls taken during the summer, drawing about 55 percent support - well over the 50-percent polling threshold that's often viewed as decisive when campaigns enter their homestretch.


  11. Here's where to find the best BBQ food in the South BayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 30 | The Daily Breeze

    Pork ribs and beef ribs - with meat that's fall-off-the-bone tender - are always a hit when it comes to barbecue. As cooking techniques go, barbecuing has been claimed by Greece, Mongolia, Sardinia, India and native American Indians.


  12. For nursing home patients, breast cancer surgery may do more harm than goodRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 30 | The Daily Breeze

    For frail nursing home residents, however, breast cancer surgery can harm their health and even hasten death, according to a study published Wednesday in JAMA Surgery. The results have led some experts to question why patients who are fragile and advanced in years are screened for breast cancer, let alone given aggressive treatment.


  13. My Turn: Therea s nothing like helping Mom check items off her Bucket ListRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 23 | The Daily Breeze

    My 93-year-old mother doesn't come across many other people her age, especially ones who are still working. So, after she read about a 97-year-old artist named Luchita Hurtado, whose paintings are on display this summer at the UCLA Hammer Museum, Mom had to go.


  14. Making a spiritual journey through life and deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 20, 2018 | The Daily Breeze

    Editor's Note: John Bogert is on vacation but has selected some of his favorite past columns to run while he's away. This one originally was published Dec. 17, 2006.


  15. Elon Musk confronts a fateful tweet and an - excruciating' yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 17, 2018 | The Daily Breeze

    Elon Musk was at home in Los Angeles, struggling to maintain his composure. "This past year has been the most difficult and painful year of my career," he said.


  16. California's massive wildfires demonstrate the merit of suits against the Trump administrationRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 16, 2018 | The Daily Breeze

    Flames engulf trees near a road during the Carr fire in Redding, California on July 27, 2018. Two firefighters have died and more than 100 homes have burned as wind-whipped flames tore through the region. 1 comment

  17. Greenpeace ranks Whole Foods No. 1 in seafood sustainability; Trader Joe's falls 7 spotsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 14, 2018 | The Daily Breeze

    Whole Foods was ranked #1 in seafood sustainability in the 2018 report on 22 groceries. Some of that seafood is pictured here, at the Whole Foods Market 365 at Sycamore Hills Plaza.


  18. The California Legislature should pass bills to improve police transparency, accountabilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 10, 2018 | The Daily Breeze

    Entrusted with public safety, often forced to make life-and-death decisions, the vast majority of those in law enforcement serve with integrity and professionalism. But given all that is at stake when law enforcement officers make those decisions, it is imperative that the public has access to certain information in order to better understand what their law enforcement agencies are up to.


  19. This startup finds you a home and roommates a " plus a kegs and eggsaRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 5, 2018 | The Daily Breeze

    Nick Woodward, center, with two of his five roommates, Tyler Johnson, right, and Edison Bailey, at the house they rent from Bungalow in Silver Lake. Nick Woodward, a 29-year-old neuroscience researcher, has always felt cramped when he's had to share an apartment.


  20. The scooters have landed, Long Beach: Razora s arrival launches citya s much-anticipated pilot programRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 3, 2018 | The Daily Breeze

    Bundles of red Razor electric scooters were sprinkled across Long Beach on Thursday evening, the first batch to hit the ground as part of the city's pilot program . It's a first for both Razor and Long Beach, as the company announced Friday that its Long Beach unveiling marks the launch of its own dockless electric scooter share program.


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