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2015/04/27 01:22
2015/04/27 01:22
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The San Jose City Council last week enacted sweeping new water conservation rules in response to California's drought. The new rules take effect immediately and will continue until March 31, 2016. A...
2015/04/27 01:22
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2015/04/23 23:30
2015/04/23 23:30
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Spurned at the ballot box three years ago and facing an even more uphill battle now because of California's historic drought, an environmental group has filed a lawsuit attempting to drain Hetch...
2015/04/23 05:26
2015/04/23 05:26
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A Republic Services automated arm on a recycling collection truck, driven by Wilfredo Torres, picks up a recycling bin from in front of a house along Flamingo Road, Crystal Lake Club. Torres said most...
2015/04/22 15:22
2015/04/22 15:22
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Gov. Jerry Brown is sticking to his statewide mandatory water conservation targets, his administration said Tuesday, even as a new appeals court ruling limits the ability of cities and water districts...
2015/04/21 13:38
2015/04/21 13:38
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The federal government on Monday proposed removing most humpback whale populations in the world from the endangered species list, saying the majestic animal's numbers have dramatically recovered in...
2015/04/20 17:44
2015/04/20 17:44
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Why are you more likely this year to see plants growing in containers? Quite simply, it is because more homeowners have discovered the utility, versatility and practicality of using container...
2015/04/19 10:09
2015/04/19 10:09
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Paul Rogers: Oldies but goodies (and good for you) 'What are some old varieties of vegetables that are still available?" You may be surprised at the number of vegetables that are still favorites...
2015/04/18 21:38
2015/04/18 21:38
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SACRAMENTO -- State regulators on Saturday announced a revised plan to reduce water use in drought-stricken California that offers easier conservation targets for major cities, including Los Angeles,...
2015/04/16 03:28
2015/04/16 03:28
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MUNCIE, Ind. (April 15, 2015)- A drug ring with ties to Detroit was dismantled by police. Investigators say they have been monitoring an east side home used by the suspects for the past two...
2015/04/14 20:22
2015/04/14 20:22
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NobleBank & Trust has officially opened its first branch in Birmingham. The Anniston-based bank's first local branch is at 361 Summit Boulevard in Cahaba Heights. The bank is one of several Alabama...
2015/04/13 16:43
2015/04/13 16:43
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How do homeowners, with limited time available, keep up with all the varied tasks associated with a wet, cold spring season? The truth is that we don’t. There is too much that needs doing to do it all...
2015/04/13 15:24
2015/04/13 15:24
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Gov. Jerry Brown has billed his $25 billion plan to build two massive tunnels under the Delta as a way to not just make it easier to move water from north to south, but also increase the reliability...
2015/04/12 14:44
2015/04/12 14:44
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Former San Jose Councilman Pete Constant, now an aide to San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo, is moving to Rose-ville with his family at the end of June. In IA's world, it's not precisely an earthquake. But...
2015/04/12 09:09
2015/04/12 09:09
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Paul Rogers: Kale easy to grow, fills 'hunger gap' 'I am hearing good things about kale. Is it easy to grow?" Kale has been harvested since about 300 B.C. One of its names was "hunger gap" because...
2015/04/11 06:56
2015/04/11 06:56
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She was born Nov. 14, 1923, in Warren, the daughter of the late Howard and Alice Masters Pierce. Martha and Paul were united into marriage on Oct. 20, 1944, and they shared 43 years together until...
2015/04/10 05:21
2015/04/10 05:21
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SANTA BARBARA -- A mothballed desalination plant sits like a time capsule near Santa Barbara's main tourist beach, a relic of California's last drought to end all droughts. With its control room...
2015/04/08 04:30
2015/04/08 04:30
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SANTA BARBARA -- A mothballed desalination plant sits like a time capsule near Santa Barbara's main tourist beach, a relic of California's last drought to end all droughts. With its control room...
2015/04/07 18:22
2015/04/07 18:22
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As the state's drought worsens, Californians are going backward on water conservation. Statewide, urban residents cut water use only 2.8 percent in February, compared with the baseline year of 2013,...
2015/04/07 01:30
2015/04/07 01:30
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One month after mounting a legal challenge to San Benito County's ban on the controversial oil exploration practice of fracking, a Southern California oil company has withdrawn its lawsuit. The...
2015/04/06 16:44
2015/04/06 16:44
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Happy spring! There are positive indications that spring is ready to spring. Mountainous piles of snow are settling down to hills. The ground is bare in some locations. Birds are in good voice, and...
2015/04/27 01:22
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