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  1. Residents working to reduce water usageRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Laguna Niguel News

    We all know that California is facing its worst drought on record. Despite some minor bouts of rain, record-dry conditions exist throughout the state and there seems to be no relief in sight.


  2. Let California Play: PokerStars launches celebrity poker tour in CaliforniaRead the original story

    Yesterday | RGT Online

    PokerStars, the Amaya Inc. brand, has announced that some of the world's best-known poker players will tour around California this summer meeting with fans, playing in tournaments and games and raising money for charity as part of a campaign to create awareness and support for legislation to authorize and regulate online poker in California. PokerStars, the largest online poker site in the world, is partnering with select California cardrooms for a series of special Texas Hold'em poker tournaments and games in which members of Team PokerStars Pro will play against local poker players.


  3. DHS dodges 'sanctuary city' question after illegal immigrant kills Calif. womanRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Washington Examiner

    Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson declined to say Monday whether cities offering "sanctuary" to dangerous illegal immigrants are posing a safety threat in the United States, just days after a criminal alien who was given sanctuary in San Francisco shot and killed a California woman. Johnson was asked if the death of Kathryn Steinle last Thursday proved that sanctuary cities were part of the problem when it comes to removing dangerous immigrants.


  4. Tree falls on firefighter from SLO CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Cal Coast News

    A firefighter who resides in San Luis Obispo County suffered major injuries, including broken vertebrae, after a tree fell on him in Eastern Tulare County. Damien Pereira, 25, was mopping up a small wildland fire around 6:30 p.m. Friday when a 36-inch diameter oak tree fell.


  5. Rob from the poor, give to the richRead the original story

    Yesterday | RecordNET

    All California's power companies give lower power users a rate break. The thinking was the lower users are poor.


  6. New fracking rules take effect in CaliforniaRead the original story

    Yesterday | SNL Financial

    New rules governing the use of hydraulic fracturing took effect in California on July 1, requiring more transparency from oil and gas drillers and establishing new groundwater protection standards. The rules require oil and gas companies to obtain a permit to conduct stimulation activities, the state Department of Conservation said on its website.


  7. California Should Allow Physician-Aided SuicideRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Mother Jones

    Greece has pressed the self-destruct button, and no one knows what will happen next. Here in California, we are debating whether to create a self-destruct button, and no one knows what will happen next.


  8. San Francisco's Rainbow Tunnel Renamed After Robin WilliamsRead the original story w/Photo

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    Almost a year after Robin Williams ' death on August 11, 2014, the California Senate approved a resolution to rename the Waldo Tunnel between the Bay Area and Marin County after the late comedian. It all began with a petition started by Julie Wainwright 11 months ago.


  9. They've Seen Lots of Droughts, But This One's DifferentRead the original story

    Yesterday | National Geographic

    In the drought-plagued suburbs east of San Francisco Bay, John Baker watches his home's water meter more closely than his TV. Having lived through two other major droughts over the past four decades, the 67-year-old software engineer once again is doing everything he can think of to save water.


  10. California and Australia share firefighting techRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KCRA-TV Sacramento

    California is teaming up with Victoria, Australia and sharing firefighting tactics and technology in an effort to fight wildfires more efficiently. LISA: TODAY'S DEBATE STARTS IN THE SENATE AND IF THEY APPROVE IT, THE HOUSE WILL DECIDE AND THE DECISION COULD TAKE DAYS, EVEN WEEKS.


  11. TVS Television Network Launches The TVS Classic TV Network on Daily Motion.Com For Ad Supported TVRead the original story

    Yesterday | PR Log

    TVS Television Network, the fourth oldest commercial broadcast TV network in the USA, has launched the TVS Classic TV Network, one of the 72 'TVS Micro Channels' on the TVS Nostalgia Network service via Daily Motion.Com on an ad supported VOD basis. PRLog - July 6, 2015 - CANTIL, Calif.


  12. PHOTO: Kelly Rutherford is pictured on May 12, 2015 in Beverly Hills, Calif.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    Actress Kelly Rutherford was finally reunited with her two children Hermes, 8, and Helena, 6, over July 4 weekend in New York City. The "Gossip Girl" star, 46, was in Manhattan's Upper East Side, carrying her daughter for a bit, as the three were all smiles back together again.


  13. Caltrans To Close Metro Express Lanes On 10 Fwy For Bridge Repairs In LARead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBS Local

    CBS2 / KCAL9 CBS2/KCAL9 is part of CBS Television Stations, a division of CBS Corp. and one of the largest network-owned station groups in the country. CBS Studio City Broadcast Center 4200 Radford Avenue Studio City, CA [...] KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO is Southern California's only all-news radio station and the most credible local source for news coverage.


  14. California's Democrats Have Blood on Their Hands in S.F. MurderRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    The fact that a beautiful young woman in the prime of her life, Kathryn Steinle, 32 years old, was cut down by an illegal alien on Pier 14 in San Francisco should surprise no one. Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, , an illegal alien from Mexico, most recently of Texas, simply shot Kathryn Steinle for no apparent reason as she and her family walked along waterfront on Pier 14. From all accounts, Kathryn was an amazing young woman.


  15. The Long, Hot, Unfunded Summer?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | TaxVox

    On the Hill: Senate Democrats vow to block all GOP spending bills, while the House plans to spend the remaining weeks of July on two tasks. The first: Finding a way to extend the Highway Trust Fund.


  16. How has the LGBT Community Changed Cultural Opinion?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New Man

    Note: This is the second in a series of articles from MorningStar Ministries' Rick Joyner. Click here for Part 1. First, the same-sex marriage issue is not about allowing people who love each other to have a committed relationship.


  17. California tax officials slam Blue Shield in auditRead the original story

    Yesterday | San Mateo Daily Journal

    A decision to strip Blue Shield of California of its tax-exempt status was justified by an audit that outlines the nonprofit health insurer's stockpiling of $4 billion in surpluses, state tax officials said in a report. The California Franchise Tax Board audit slammed Blue Shield for its "extraordinarily high surpluses" and for failing to offer more affordable coverage or other public benefits, the Los Angeles Times reported Sunday.


  18. Toyota Mirai Hydrogen Fuel Cell Car Comes to CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | I4U Future Technology News

    Are we ready for Hydrogen fuel cell cars? Toyota thinks so and releases the Toyota Mirai this Fall in California beating the Tesla electric cars in range. Toyota will bring a hydrogen fuel cell car on the market starting this fall in California .


  19. California's infrastructure is rethought as its resources continue to dwindleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Tustin News

    Officials from the Bureau of Reclamation and the Department of the Interior take in the view of new construction at the Folsom Dam, where water levels have been dropping, on April 30. Experts say the Bureau of Reclamation must completely rebuild a 20th-century infrastructure so that it can efficiently conserve and distribute water in a 21st-century warming world. FOLSOM Drew Lessard stood on top of Folsom Dam and gazed at the Sierra Nevada, which in late spring usually gush enough melting snow into the reservoir to provide water for a million people.


  20. Smoking and vaping bills in Sacramento flirt with trampling rightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Los Angeles Times

    Sometimes, it's good to be unfriendly. California's hostility toward smoking - it was the first to ban smoking in public indoor spaces, and many municipalities have made it illegal in certain outdoor venues as well - has helped give the state the second-lowest smoking rate in the nation . 3 comments