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Earthquakes Happen Every 3 Minutes in Southern California, Study Shows

Earthquakes Happen Every 3 Minutes in Southern California, Study Shows

By Jan Wesner Childs At a Glance Temblors total 495 per day, most of them only tiny rumbles on the seismic scale. The study analyzed 10 years worth of earthquake data. Scientists hope the work will lead to a better understanding of temblors and how to predict them. Earthquakes are a fact of life in California, […]

State Treasurer Fiona Ma Announces Sale of $299.6 Million in Bonds for State Water Project

State Treasurer Fiona Ma Announces Sale of $299.6 Million in Bonds  for State Water Project

SACRAMENTO – California State Treasurer Fiona Ma announced the competitive sale today of $299.6 million in California Department of Water Resources (DWR) water system revenue bonds to refinance certain State Water Project capital improvements, including a portion of the costs of the Oroville Dam Spillways Response, Recovery and Restoration Project. “These funds will be used […]

Why Gas Prices Are Spiking

Why Gas Prices Are Spiking

By Jill Cowan Gas is never cheap in California. But if you’ve filled up your tank in recent days, you may have found yourself wincing more than usual. That’s because, for the first time since July 2015, the average price for a gallon of gas in the Golden State pushed past $4, Dan McTeague, a senior petroleum analyst […]

California Teacher Claims Unions Pushing ‘Hard Left’ Abortion Policy Onto Children

California Teacher Claims Unions Pushing ‘Hard Left’ Abortion Policy Onto Children

Nick Givas | Media And Politics Reporter   Teacher Rebecca Friedrichs said California’s unions are using financial dues to push a “hard left” policy of abortion in public schools, during an interview on “Fox & Friends” Tuesday. “They’re not just left leaning. They are far, hard left groups. And what’s going on right now in […]

Lawsuit Targets California DMV’s Censorship of Personalized Plates

Lawsuit Targets California DMV’s Censorship of Personalized Plates

Jon Kotler is a First Amendment professor at the University of Southern California (USC). He is also a huge fan of the London-based Fulham Football Club and a longtime season ticket holder. Wishing to celebrate the team’s recent success, Jon applied for a personalized license plate with the letters “COYW,” which stands for “Come on […]

San Jose Mayor Says Trump Can Send Illegal Immigrants To His City Any Time

San Jose Mayor Says Trump Can Send Illegal Immigrants To His City Any Time

Mary Margaret Olohan | Reporter   San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo said he would welcome any illegal immigrants President Donald Trump would transfer to his city. “@realdonaldtrump⁩ plans to release detained immigrants to @cityofsanjose⁩? We welcome any families willing to endure such extraordinary hardships and to take such tremendous risks to be a part of […]

District Attorneys to Seek the Death Penalty in Golden State Killer Case

District Attorneys to Seek the Death Penalty in Golden State Killer Case

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced that this morning,  the district attorneys of Sacramento, Santa Barbara, Orange, Ventura, Contra Costa, and Tulare Counties met to review the aggravating and mitigating circumstances in the Joseph DeAngelo (“Golden State Killer”) case pursuant to the death review protocol of Sacramento County. Thereafter, the four jurisdictions with […]

California Gas Prices Climb 50 Cents in 1 Month Ahead of Gas Tax Increase Slated for Summer

California Gas Prices Climb 50 Cents in 1 Month Ahead of Gas Tax Increase Slated for Summer

BY TRACY BLOOM Los Angeles County gas prices spiked again over the weekend, with the average price climbing about 10 cents a gallon to $3.88 as of Monday, the latest AAA figures show. That’s higher than California’s statewide average of $3.80 for a gallon of regular unleaded, which also happens to be the most expensive of […]

Grand Bargains To Make California Affordable

Grand Bargains To Make California Affordable

    By Edward Ring   The good life in California is out of reach to ordinary people. The reason for that is simple: homes cost too much, energy costs too much, water costs too much, and transportation infrastructure is inadequate. In each of these critical categories, however, grand bargains are possible that would bring California’s […]

Jury Rules Family Of 8 Died By Murder-Suicide After 2 Mothers Drove Their 6 Kids Off A Cliff

Jury Rules Family Of 8 Died By Murder-Suicide After 2 Mothers Drove Their 6 Kids Off A Cliff

Grace Carr | Reporter A California coroner’s jury decided late Thursday that a lesbian couple killed themselves and their six adopted children by driving off a cliff in March 2018. After a Wednesday coroner’s inquest, the jury found Jennifer and Sarah Hart killed themselves and murdered their family March 26, 2018, when they drove off a cliff in […]