A space crunch is projected to intensify in coming years just as the need for highly skilled workers in California grows.
FireGuard, a pilot program that uses military satellite information to tackle California’s wildfires, faces expiration in September.
The findings dispel the notion that California’s solid Democratic voter majority will provide an impenetrable shield for Newsom.
The Altadena Historical Society honored Ellen Garrison Clark, raising $8,000 to purchase a headstone and recognizing the anti-slavery activist and educator.
Lydia Jacoby becomes the first U.S. woman to win gold in swimming at the Tokyo Olympics, pulling away late to win the 100-meter breaststroke.
Record numbers of people are dying as the nation’s healthcare system has all but collapsed. Virus-stricken residents of Yangon have resorted to flying flags outside their homes indicating pleas for medicine and food.
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