July 1, 2022

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End of an Era

Santa Clara’s Great America amusement park will close in six to 11 years after being sold to Prologis, a real estate developer, for $310 million.

California Drought

Georg Kochi moved to his family home and tore out the lawn. As he learned about native plants, he fell in love with drought-tolerant landscaping.

Protests over gentrification

Dunsmoor, an upscale new restaurant in L.A.'s Glassell Park neighborhood, was hit with protests and ‘Gentrification Is Genocide’ graffiti on opening day.

Pain at the Pump

Gas prices in California will go up about 3 cents due to the state’s excise tax on gasoline, which is adjusted each year.

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Editors’ Pick

The ex-fiance of reality star Lala Kent faces the collapse of his company amid a trail of lawsuits, civil fraud charges and allegations of abusive behavior.

It was 1966. Cheryl Bryant and Clifton Palmer were 22, and abortion in California was illegal except to save a woman’s life. But Bryant was determined to get one. That abortion would change the lives of the young couple and the respected physician who referred them, and lead to the decriminalization of abortion in California years before Roe vs. Wade.

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