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  • CHP officers who went through academy together die in wreck

    CHP officers who went through academy together die in wreck
    California Highway Patrol Officers Juan Gonzalez and Brian Law went through the academy together and became good friends after 27 weeks in the same class. After they graduated in 2008, they were assigned to different offices, but by 2013 the young...
  • CHP officers killed in crash were close friends, officials say

    CHP officers killed in crash were close friends, officials say
    California Highway Patrol Officers Juan Gonzalez and Brian Law grinded through the academy together and became good friends after 27 weeks in the same class. After they graduated in 2008, they were assigned to different offices, but by 2013, the young...
  • Getting rid of grass is making homeowners' wallets greener

    Getting rid of grass is making homeowners' wallets greener
    If somehow you missed the news that California is drier than a stale tortilla, the Amber Alert signs have come to the rescue with highway bulletins like this one: "Serious drought, help save water." This is helpful to a point, I suppose, and I like...
  • Donnelly defends gun use on radio show

    Donnelly defends gun use on radio show
    SACRAMENTO -- Assemblyman Tim Donnelly took some friendly fire on Friday when he spoke with John and Ken, the radio duo who host a Burbank-based talk show.  The Republican candidate for governor appeared to violate his probation agreement last week by...
  • In parched Central Valley, a message of aid and a warning from Obama

    In parched Central Valley, a message of aid and a warning from Obama
    FIREBAUGH, Calif. — Standing Friday afternoon on cracked, parched earth where melons would usually grow, President Obama brought both a message of aid and an ominous warning to drought-stricken California as he outlined more than $160 million in...
  • Transgender teen to play on Azusa High's girls' softball team

    A senior at Azusa High School will be the first transgender student to play on the girls' varsity softball team, school officials said Friday. Patrick Cordova-Goff, 17, who goes by Pat, is a member of the cheer squad and student body president. She...
  • Some immigrants may lack documents for new driver's licenses

    Some immigrants may lack documents for new driver's licenses
    As the California Department of Motor Vehicles prepares for a historic expansion of driving privileges, some immigrants may be left out because they lack documents proving who they are or where they live. The DMV is hiring about 1,000 workers and...
  • Letters: No executions -- for now

    Letters: No executions -- for now
    Re "Execution moratorium declared," Feb. 12 Washington Gov. Jay Inslee's move to place a moratorium on his state's death penalty deserves the close attention of California Gov. Jerry Brown, who should follow suit by enacting a similar moratorium while...
  • Drought may be a fertile topic for GOP candidates

    Drought may be a fertile topic for GOP candidates
    TULARE, Calif.— Signs reading "No Water = No Jobs" line the alfalfa fields and almond orchards along the highway that bisects this region. The weekly "Ag Alert" newsletter records worries about tomato and grape crops, and drought turning dairy...
  • Obama-appointed climate change task force meets in Los Angeles

    Obama-appointed climate change task force meets in Los Angeles
    Obama administration officials met with a nationwide task force of state and local leaders in Los Angeles Thursday to hear what the federal government can do to help communities confront climate change. Gov. Jerry Brown and Los Angeles Mayor Eric...
  • Lady Gaga: California's new drought spokeswoman

    Lady Gaga: California's new drought spokeswoman
    Lady Gaga has a new message for all of her “little monsters”: Save water. The five-time Grammy Award winner will soon be on the air with a public service announcement urging Californians to do their part to help with the state’s...
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