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The Sacramento Bee
Cell transmitters on every block? Cities, counties fight to retain control over expanding industryDave Roberts has seen plenty of calamitous fires, and the lingering thought aft
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 10 days ago
Dave Roberts has seen plenty of calamitous fires, and the lingering thought after they’re extinguished always is, “If we’d only been there sooner.” The El Dorado Hills fire chief knows well that for every minute a structure fire burns, it doubles in... Read more
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The Mercury News
He has the cash and the name recognition. Is Gavin Newsom unstoppable?In the race to succeed Jerry Brown as California governor, Gavin Newsom is mile
The Mercury News / Posted 11 days ago
In the race to succeed Jerry Brown as California governor, Gavin Newsom is miles ahead — at least, on paper. Not only has he led handily in early polls, but campaign finance disclosure reports released this week show he has raised more money this... Read more
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The Mercury News
Are new-tech trucks ready to replace diesel, keep California’s pollution-fighting promise?The race to replace Southern California’s biggest polluter is on. It’s going to
The Mercury News / Posted 15 days ago
The race to replace Southern California’s biggest polluter is on. It’s going to take science, time, money – and maybe an assist from Elon Musk. At the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, an ambitious $14 billion clean-air plan calls for the... Read more
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BBC News
Electric trucks and vans cut pollution faster than cars - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video &
BBC News / Posted 19 days ago
- BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video & Audio Also in the News Special Reports The Reporters Have Your Say Electric trucks and vans cut pollution... Read more
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Asian journal
LA Deputy Mayor for budget and innovation Miguel SangalangHelping Los Angeles and the community connect through technology It’s no secre
Asian journal / Posted 21 days ago
Helping Los Angeles and the community connect through technology It’s no secret that Los Angeles is home to one of the largest Filipino populations outside of the Philippines. Filipinos have made their mark in various facets of the city, whether... Read more
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The Mercury News
Why California’s most polluting vehicles aren’t required to get smog checksIt’s California’s dirty little emissions secret. As Gov. Jerry Brown and the m
The Mercury News / Posted 22 days ago
It’s California’s dirty little emissions secret. As Gov. Jerry Brown and the mayors of Los Angeles and Long Beach promise an emissions-free future, some diesel fumes aren’t going anywhere. That’s because, unlike your car, there’s no routine... Read more
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Salon.com
For whom the road tolls: Is it fair to put a price on freeways?This article originally appeared on At 6 p.m. on any weekday evening, Intersta
Salon.com / Posted 27 days ago
This article originally appeared on At 6 p.m. on any weekday evening, Interstate 10 from Santa Monica to downtown Los Angeles is the fifth most crowded stretch of road in the United States. A light rail line paralleling the freeway has done little... Read more
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Pilipino Star
US foreign policy in the Trump eraA new study from Pew Research offers unsurprising news that many countries have
Pilipino Star / Posted 28 days ago
A new study from Pew Research offers unsurprising news that many countries have a low opinion of Donald Trump. This survey of 37 countries found the percentage of those with confidence in the US president has fallen from 64 percent at the end of the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Has California hit the brakes in regulating breath-robbing big rigs?James Lockett sits on his bed and opens the drawer of his nightstand, revealing
News-Medical-Net / Posted 29 days ago
James Lockett sits on his bed and opens the drawer of his nightstand, revealing a stash of asthma inhalers: purple disc-shaped ones he uses twice a day to manage his symptoms and others for full-blown attacks. Lockett, 70, says he never leaves home... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Before '67 riot, Detroit thought it could avoid civil unrestIn 1967, officials thought Detroit's progressive reputation could save it from
Detroit Free Press / Posted a month ago
In 1967, officials thought Detroit's progressive reputation could save it from the civil unrest ripping apart other cities. They were wrong. Editor's note: This is the first installment in a three-part series exploring the 1967 Detroit riot. Today's... Read more
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San Bernardino Sun
Ports of LA, Long Beach at clean-air crossroads as they update pollution battle planAPM container cranes line the Port of Los Angeles in this January 2011 file pho
San Bernardino Sun / Posted a month ago
APM container cranes line the Port of Los Angeles in this January 2011 file photo. APM wants to raise and extend the cranes. (Press-Telegram file photo) Can one of Southern California’s biggest sources of pollution turn itself into a model of green... Read more
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Los Angeles Daily News
Ports of LA, Long Beach at clean-air crossroads as they update pollution battle planThe ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles have set Wednesday, July 19, to release
Los Angeles Daily News / Posted a month ago
The ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles have set Wednesday, July 19, to release the draft Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP) update. File photo. (Chuck Bennett/Daily Breeze/SCNG) Can one of Southern California’s biggest sources of pollution turn itself... Read more
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Pilipino Star
200 US tourists in Philippines amid advisoriesMANILA, Philippines - Despite travel warnings, around 200 mostly balikbayan tou
Pilipino Star / Posted 1 months ago
MANILA, Philippines - Despite travel warnings, around 200 mostly balikbayan tourists from the United States arrived in the country this week to visit various attractions, including President Duterte’s bailiwick Davao City, and explore possible... Read more

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