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The Mercury News
California police might not know where their guns are, and the law says that’s OKthat often wind up on the street. An Orange County Register investigation of 1
California police might not know where their guns are, and the law says that’s OK
The Mercury News / Posted yesterday
that often wind up on the street. An Orange County Register investigation of 134 state and local police agencies from Kern County to the Mexican border found that over the past five years at least 329 firearms were lost by or stolen from law... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Duplicate Bridge: Sept. 24Jan Hasselback, 52.72%; C: Paula Kotowski and Bob Kaprove, 51.61%. Airport Bri
Duplicate Bridge: Sept. 24
The Buffalo News / Posted yesterday
Jan Hasselback, 52.72%; C: Paula Kotowski and Bob Kaprove, 51.61%. Airport Bridge Club Tuesday afternoon – North-south, A: Jerry Geiger and John Ziemer, 69.50%; B/C: Bruce Burr and Ross Markello, 50.08%; east-west, A/B/C: Elsie Rogers and Ron... Read more
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Orange County Register
Police might not know where their guns are, and the law says that's OKthat often wind up on the street. An Orange County Register investigation of 1
Police might not know where their guns are, and the law says that's OK
Orange County Register / Posted 2 days ago
that often wind up on the street. An Orange County Register investigation of 134 state and local police agencies from Kern County to the Mexican border found that over the past five years at least 329 firearms were lost by or stolen from law... Read more
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The Washington Times
Winners in the Nevada Press Association’s 2016 contestWriting: First Place: Urban Daily/Urban Weeklies - Steve Bornfeld, Las Vegas R
Winners in the Nevada Press Association’s 2016 contest
The Washington Times / Posted 2 days ago
Writing: First Place: Urban Daily/Urban Weeklies - Steve Bornfeld, Las Vegas Review-Journal; Intermediate/Community - Kirk Kern, Mesquite Local News. Second Place: Urban Daily/Urban Weeklies - Matthew Crowley, Las Vegas Review-Journal; Second... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Duplicate Bridge: Sept. 17C: Eva Posener and Cleveland Fleming, 48.21%. Airport Bridge Club Tuesday morn
Duplicate Bridge: Sept. 17
The Buffalo News / Posted 8 days ago
C: Eva Posener and Cleveland Fleming, 48.21%. Airport Bridge Club Tuesday morning – North-south, A: Judi Marshall and Jerry Geiger, 65.97%; B: Ross Markello and Bruce Burr, 58.56%; C: Joyce Greenspan and Brian Block, 46.76%; east-west, A: Vera... Read more
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Daytona Beach News-Journal
News of Record for Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016New Smyrna Beach, battery; Brandy N. Linthicum, 35, Deltona, battery, aggravate
News of Record for Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016
Daytona Beach News-Journal / Posted 9 days ago
New Smyrna Beach, battery; Brandy N. Linthicum, 35, Deltona, battery, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon; Joseph G. Kern, 37, New Smyrna Beach, drug offense (2), habitual driving while license is revoked, possession of paraphernalia; Michael... Read more
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Desert Dispatch
Letters to the editor:de Mayo with your Mexican flag and I’ll fly mine — Old Glory!Dennis MorrisVicto
Letters to the editor:
Desert Dispatch / Posted 12 days ago
de Mayo with your Mexican flag and I’ll fly mine — Old Glory!Dennis MorrisVictorvilleMeasure is job killerRegarding Gov. Jerry Brown's signing of SB 32 (Pavley, D-Agoura Hills) Thursday in Los Angeles ... It is unfortunate but not surprising that... Read more
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KTVU 2 San Francisco
Convicted low-level felons could get voting rights in Californiatime in county jail could be allowed to vote in California elections from behin
Convicted low-level felons could get voting rights in California
KTVU 2 San Francisco / Posted 15 days ago
time in county jail could be allowed to vote in California elections from behind bars. The bill AB2466 now sits on Governor Jerry Brown’s desk. The right to vote for people with felony convictions depends on where they live in the United... Read more
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Santa Maria Sun
LAFCO approves Cuyama Water Basin District applicationGroundwater Resources Act (SGMA)—a law intended to protect California’s groundw
LAFCO approves Cuyama Water Basin District application
Santa Maria Sun / Posted 17 days ago
Groundwater Resources Act (SGMA)—a law intended to protect California’s groundwater resources—that was signed by Gov. Jerry Brown in September 2014. Encompassing Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, Ventura, and Kern counties, the CWBD is the... Read more
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Orange County Register
As U.S. cuts ties with private prisons, California to keep using themwithin the state. State prison guards and other employees staff the largest pri
As U.S. cuts ties with private prisons, California to keep using them
Orange County Register / Posted 27 days ago
within the state. State prison guards and other employees staff the largest private facility, at California City in the Kern County desert, and make up part of the staffs at the other private prisons. Another 4,800 are held in private prisons... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
As U.S. cuts ties with private prisons, state to keep using themwithin the state. State prison guards and other employees staff the largest pri
As U.S. cuts ties with private prisons, state to keep using them
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 28 days ago
within the state. State prison guards and other employees staff the largest private facility, at California City in the Kern County desert, and make up part of the staffs at the other private prisons. Another 4,800 are held in private prisons... Read more
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