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Cold Case Mystery
50 years after a classmate’s slaying, three amateur sleuths set out to find her killer
Solving a cold case is a daunting prospect for anyone, let alone amateurs. But three women are determined to find justice for a slain high school classmate.
The stabbings of three people in Davis could be tried as a death penalty case. But would the Yolo County D.A. go for capital punishment in a state where it is effectively banned?
Violent crime decreased 10% year over year, with property crime down as well after both rose in 2022.
Big Rig Roadblock
State legislators are pushing a bill that would delay the advent of driverless trucks and wrest away regulatory control from the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Climate & Environment
Central Valley flooding has raised a new potential threat to migrating birds: Massive die-offs from bacteria-contaminated water.
Jordan is celebrating the wedding of Crown Prince Hussein to a Saudi architect with lavish events designed to showcase the heir to the throne.
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Danny Masterson was convicted in his second trial on charges he raped three women he met through the Church of Scientology in the early 2000s.
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Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Patrick Connolly sought to disqualify a fellow justice from ruling on the resentencing of a convicted cop killer. Legal experts say the move is nearly unprecedented and deeply concerning.
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The Holiday Bowl is seeking at least $3 million after UCLA backed out of the 2021 game because of COVID-19 cases, triggering cancellation of the contest.
The Los Angeles National Cemetery hosted its first public Memorial Day event since 2019, after halting for the pandemic.
Russia launched yet another aerial bombardment of Kyiv on Thursday, an onslaught of ground-launched missiles that killed at least three people.
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