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CA gas spikes raise hackles

CA gas spikes raise hackles

Asset forfeiture reform draws bipartisan buzz

Asset forfeiture reform draws bipartisan buzz

Calif. cold case cracks open; illegal immigrant suspected of killing woman in 1997

Calif. cold case cracks open; illegal immigrant suspected of killing woman in 1997

An illegal immigrant from Mexico, illness serving time in a federal prison for unlawfully reentering the U.S., viagra 100mg will appear before a judge next week over his alleged involvement in the killing of a homeless woman 18 years ago in California. On Aug. 16, 1997, Linda Louise Archer, 43, was beaten to death in […]

Spotlight on Treasurer’s Office: New Opportunities for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Spotlight on Treasurer’s Office: New Opportunities for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

CA tech doubles down on driverless cars

CA tech doubles down on driverless cars

By James Poulos . Despite a spate of media attention surrounding a narrowly missed collision between two self-driving prototype vehicles, California companies fielding driverless cars forged ahead, insisting that the developing technology was safe and getting safer. An unexpected trial Both cars in the incident “were equipped with similar technology, including lasers, radar, cameras and computer systems enabling the cars to […]

CA GOP flexes Sacramento muscle on road repairs

CA GOP flexes Sacramento muscle on road repairs

By James Poulos . In a move that handed Sacramento Republicans a sudden share of power, state legislators finally turned their attention to California’s deteriorating infrastructure. In recent years, California’s roadways have fallen into what analysts often agree is terrible shape. “Our streets and highways are in horrible condition and need at least $296 billion during the next five years […]

Famed composer James Horner killed in plane crash

Famed composer James Horner killed in plane crash

Senate GOP Leader Responds to Budget Deal between Governor and Democrats

Senate GOP Leader Responds to Budget Deal between Governor and Democrats

Assemblyman Scott Wilk just ‘phones’ it in

Assemblyman Scott Wilk just ‘phones’ it in

Apparently men really can’t multitask, at least, when voting on a 117.5 billion dollar budget.  Local Assemblyman Scott Wilk, whose 38th District covers part of Simi Valley, was on Facebook while placing his vote for the current California budget.  He voted, yes, the only Republican to do so, all because he was distracted on Facebook.  […]

Governor Jerry Brown “Water in the West”

Governor Jerry Brown “Water in the West”

Inaugurating the “California Conversation Series”, USC and the Los Angeles Times welcomed Governor Brown for a one-on-one discussion about water. Held at USC on June 9, 2015, seats could have been obtained on-line and questions submitted prior to the “conversation” as well. Fortunately, the event was streamed live for viewers around the world to watch. […]