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2015/02/27 02:20
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California’s Democratic Assembly speaker unveiled a proposal this week aimed at helping more cash-strapped Californians into affordable housing, partly by charging a new fee on many real estate...
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2015/02/26 14:44
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In what could be a fourth year of drought, virtually all Californians say the state's water situation is serious -- but the majority still favors voluntary rather than mandatory restrictions, a new...
2015/02/26 04:00
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California is letting billions of gallons of perfectly good water wash down its storm drains and out to sea. That was the take-away lesson from a hearing at the State Capitol on Wednesday. The...
2015/02/26 03:25
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Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins announced a proposal Wednesday to expand affordable housing in California by charging a $75 fee to record real estate documents. The San Diego Democrat's plan would send...
2015/02/25 14:25
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Vista Del Mar Elementary is the newest school in the San Ysidro School District, and it is a beauty. Perched atop a hill in the aptly named Ocean View Hills — a relatively new suburb in south San...
2015/02/24 07:58
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The regional demand for higher education is so great that a plan by a British university to build a 6,000-student campus west of Roseville is still viable even if Sacramento State makes good on its...
2015/02/20 14:58
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President Barack Obama’s approval rating is surging in California, reaching its highest point in two years. In a new Field Poll, 57 percent of California voters said they approved of Obama’s job...
2015/02/19 02:57
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Swedish conductor Herbert Blomstedt leads German soloists Ruth Ziesak and Christian Gerhaher as well as the San Francisco Symphony in Brahms’ “German Requiem.” [8 p.m., Davies Symphony Hall, 201 Van...
2015/02/16 01:44
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Atkins’ colleagues from San Diego to Sacramento said last week they share her worry over how to pay for the state’s aging and overburdened roads, bridges and highways. But they also said her idea...
2015/02/13 02:05
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SACRAMENTO — Hoping to make the most of what the chairwoman of the State Water Resources Control Board called “an incredible gift for the people of California,” the Senate Budget Committee on Thursday...
2015/02/09 02:37
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California lawmakers are looking at new ways to pay for crumbling roads, bridges and highways as the traditional repair fund from gasoline taxes dries up. Revenue from gasoline taxes have been...
2015/02/08 06:02
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Sales taxes are gushing into many city coffers in Orange County – surpassing the totals even at the height of the financial boom. Buena Park, which spiffed up its mall a decade ago with a Walmart,...
2015/02/05 08:16
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Chamberlin, who had claimed steroid use incited him to kill his mother, was sentenced to 26 years to life in prison. Matteucci, who told investigators he detested his mother's constant nightclubbing...
2015/02/04 17:20
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A presidential budget is more than an expression of policy. It’s also an exercise in political brand management. It aims to project the president and his administration favorably. This is certainly...
2015/02/01 12:59
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Education news from across the world. Flow of knowledge To facilitate better cultural and educational collaboration between Sudanese and Turkish Universities, a collaboration forum and education fair...
2015/01/30 23:44
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SACRAMENTO — “Most people have the same philosophy about taxes,” said Russell B. Long, the Louisiana senator who spent 15 years wrestling with tax policy as chairman of the Senate Finance Committee....
2015/01/30 17:24
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For the first time ever, San Francisco, Oakland and Sacramento have recorded no rainfall for the month of January -- nada drop. San Jose has receiveda record-low .02 inches, and no rain is forecast...
2015/01/29 16:47
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January 29, 2015--A record 61 percent of Californians polled by the Public Policy Institute of California feel that Governor Jerry Brown is doing a good job. Poll director Marc Baldassere tells KLIV...
2015/01/29 07:14
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A new poll finds Californians are more optimistic than they have been in years, which is translating into record ratings for Gov. Jerry Brown and widespread support for his...
2015/01/29 06:05
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Californians overwhelming support President Barack Obama’s executive order on immigration that would protect as many as 4 million people living in the country illegally from the threat of deportation,...
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