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  • Green Gone Wrong
    California eco-group funded by anti-fracking Russia
    Eco-groups have long practiced subversive, anti-capitalistic activism in the guise of saving the planet. Environmental groups are subsidized by American taxpayers as tax-exempt nonprofits. The Washington Free Beacon has reported that a complex off...
  • Why real estate investors like April 15th
    Why real estate investors like the taxman
    When real estate investors receive rental income from the rental of a dwelling unit, there are certain rental expenses they may deduct on their tax return.These expenses may include:1) mortgage interest2) property tax3) operating expenses4)...
  • Stunning Beauty in Carmel-By-The-Sea
    Stunning Beauty in Carmel-By-The-Sea
    Situated along California’s Central Coast region just 249 miles north of Santa Barbara, five miles south of Monterey and about 120 miles south of San Francisco, Carmel is a spectacular vacation gem. Its boutique size—just one...
  • Pleasant Hill dogs
    Thousands of dollars in reward money offered in NorCal dog cruelty cases
    A reward of up to $5,000 is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for sealing three young puppies in a trash bag and leaving them to die in a San Francisco Bay area park, while in a...
  • The measles outbreak in California
    Measles outbreak: Cases climb in California
    The measles outbreak has been explained well in words. But the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) has three illustrations that depict what happens in a community when no one is vaccinated against measles, some people...
  • Drug Robber
    Police looking for robber holding up NorCal pharmacies for drugs
    He drives a motorcycle, apparently has a need for a highly-addictive prescription drug and gets those drugs by robbing pharmacies by pretending he has a bomb.That’s the man police in two Northern California cities are asking the public for...
  • Border Patrol puts an end to attempted drug smuggling
    Border Patrol puts an end to attempted drug smuggling
    Yesterday, it was reported that U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers working the Calexico downtown port of entry Thursday encountered a 28-year-old woman walking through the downtown port pedestrian way. Observing her they noticed she...
  • Winter getaway in Palmdale a great option
    Palmdale a great winter vacation destination
    Palmdale is a city in Los Angeles County, California, and is known as a family-friendly area where one can enjoy a high quality of life. The aerospace industry is an important part of Palmdale's economy, and helps make the city thrive. The...
  • Dog Burned To Death
    Reward Grows In Search For Person Who Burned Dog Alive In Kennel
    More money is coming in as a reward for information grows and the outrage intensifies after a puppy was set on fire and burned alive.Sacramento animal welfare officials say a reward of $13,500 is now being offeredfor information leading to the...
  • Gold nugget
    James Wilson Marshall turned California gold
    Gold quickly became James Wilson Marshall’s favorite color on January 24, 1848 as he pulled a golden nugget from a creek in the Sacramento Valley. There are those who would likely refer to Marshall as one of the luckiest men on earth due to...
  •  Yelp booth at Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center
    Yelp best restaurant in America is California barbecue joint
    Yelp chose the site's best restaurant in America as a part of its second annual Top Places to Eat in the U.S. proclamation on Jan. 22. The winner? A California barbecue joint located in Lone Pine called Copper Top BBQ. To understand why this...
  • Rescued surf scoter
    Mystery goo dispersing in San Francisco Bay: Experts still baffled
    The mysterious gray sticky goo in the San Francisco Bay has killed more than 200 seabirds as of Jan. 22. Several hundred surf scoters, golden-eyes, buffleheads and horned grebes were taken to a rescue center where they are now being nursed back to...
  • Polyisobutylene suspected of killing more than 100 seabirds near San Francisco
    Polyisobutylene suspected of killing more than 100 seabirds near San Francisco
    California Department of Fish and Wildlife officials in the San Francisco Bay Area are currently running laboratory tests and necropsies on nearly 125 dead birds dead seabirds discovered coated with some sort of gray goo that “looks and...
  • US house prices up
    U.S. house prices up 0.8 percent
    The FHFA reported a 0.8 percent increase in U.S. house prices in November from the previous month.The previously reported 0.6 percent change inOctober was revised downward to a 0.4 percent change.The FHFA HPI is calculated using home sales price...
  • Santa Monica College Boardwalk
    15 Calif. community colleges receive initial approval to offer four-year degrees
    The California Community Colleges Board of Governors met today in Sacramento to discuss a number of items, including offering baccalaureate degree programs. Chancellor Brice W. Harris provided a list of 15 bachelor’s degree programs he...