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2015/03/31 01:22
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SAN BRUNO -- State regulators are expected to issue a final decision in April about the amount and nature of punishment that PG&E should receive for causing a fatal explosion in San Bruno, a disaster...
2015/03/31 01:22
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2015/03/30 03:58
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Michael Peevey’s announcement last fall that he would not seek reappointment to the California Public Utilities Commission appeared to offer closure to years of controversy surrounding his...
2015/03/29 17:53
2015/03/29 17:53
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Want to get paid for shampooing someone's hair? In California, you may need to have at least nine months of experience and pass a licensing test overseen by the state barbering and cosmetology board,...
2015/03/29 02:22
2015/03/29 02:22
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The secrecy surrounding a military-grade cellphone-tracking device that's already being used in the Bay Area -- and coming soon to Santa Clara County -- has come under increased scrutiny, with local...
2015/03/28 01:30
2015/03/28 01:30
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SAN BRUNO -- The state Public Utilities Commission, still struggling with the aftermath of a fatal explosion in San Bruno caused by PG&E and facing criminal probes that will require sorting through at...
2015/03/27 19:45
2015/03/27 19:45
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Those arrested for driving under the influence in California, even as a first-time offender, could be forced to install an “ignition interlock device” in their car under a new bill. The devices,...
2015/03/27 01:44
2015/03/27 01:44
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Henry Brady, dean of the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley Days before he stepped down as the state’s top utility regulator, Michael Peevey called an assistant dean at his alma mater,...
2015/03/24 06:28
2015/03/24 06:28
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PALO ALTO -- Following the lead of local governments, U.S. Rep Anna Eshoo, along with state Assemblyman Rich Gordon and state Sen. Jerry Hill, has requested funds from state and federal agencies to...
2015/03/21 23:30
2015/03/21 23:30
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While California's powerful Public Utilities Commission has taken steps to address controversies over its oversight of the state's utilities, state lawmakers and critics of the agency urge it to adopt...
2015/03/19 09:02
2015/03/19 09:02
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Spring is near, and the smell of ink drying on new legislation permeates the air in Sacramento. With more than 2,400 pieces of legislation introduced during this session, there are plenty of...
2015/03/14 01:53
2015/03/14 01:53
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The new head of the Public Utilities Commission wants to increase financial penalties against Pacific Gas & Electric Co. to a record $1.6 billion for negligence related to the 2010 pipeline explosion...
2015/03/10 22:58
2015/03/10 22:58
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California officials detailed their plans Tuesday to ensure wells exposed to potentially harmful oil-field wastewater comply with federal drinking water standards. John Laird, the California...
2015/03/09 18:31
2015/03/09 18:31
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A white Bentley pulled into a driveway on a service road off San Antonio Road in Palo Alto. The door opened, a man emerged and a crowd of 2,000 people erupted into thunderous cheers, their excitement...
2015/03/03 18:57
2015/03/03 18:57
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As superintendent of MetroED and the largest Career Technical Education (CTE) center in Northern California, I often visit with legislators in Sacramento to discuss the future of these programs. Last...
2015/03/02 22:19
2015/03/02 22:19
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The City of Lakeland held a swearing-in ceremony for Police Chief Larry Giddens Monday afternoon. Giddens was named acting chief in January 2014 after the resignation of former police chief Lisa...
2015/03/02 20:31
2015/03/02 20:31
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State Sen. Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo County, has introduced a bill that would require local governments to take public comment before implementing cellphone intercept technology, according to a Feb. 27...
2015/03/31 01:22
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