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  • Governor Brown of California
    California's crazy train to nowhere
    High speed rail might be a good thing, but that is not what California's High Speed Rail Authority is planning. And so far, all they have done is planning, at a cost of billions of dollars to taxpayers. They are supposed to build a high-speed...
  • University of California tuition hike approved
    University of California tuition hike approved
    The full UC Board of Regents met in San Francisco today to vote on tuition hikes at the University of California. In a 14-7 vote, the board voted in favor of increasing tuition up to five percent every year for the next five years. The new tuition...
  • San Diego Police
    No free speech for California rapper facing life in prison for 'violent' lyrics
    California rapper Brandon Duncan (stage name, Tiny Doo) is now facing 25-years to life for writing lyrics for a music album that law enforcement officials claim “promotes criminal conduct.”Duncan’s latest album, No Safety,...
  • Ivanpah Solar
    Calif. solar reactor fizzles
    The latest Mojave Desert solar reactor electric plant, Ivanpah, is the world’s largest using ground-level mirrors to focus the power of the sun on elevated solar boilers. The electricity generated at Ivanpah was to be enough to serve more...
  • Finance Committee of UC Regents approved tuition hike amid protest
    Finance Committee of UC Regents approved tuition hike amid protest
    The Finance Committee of the UC Board of Regents met today to discuss a five percent tuition hike every year for the next five years. Angry students from University of California campuses staged a protest in the rain to express their dislike for...
  • Bank Robber
    FBI seeking help capturing bank robber dubbed 'Bad Breath Bandit'
    The FBI is asking for help in capturing a Northern California serial bank robber they’re calling the “Bad Breath Bandit.”Authorities say the robber has held up three banks in rural communities in Northern California since June....
  • President Obama expected to sign executive amnesty soon
    California shows us what amnesty will look like
    California was the first state in the union to truly feel the effects of the invasion of illegal aliens. State leaders in the early 1990s could already see what the invasion of illegal aliens, and the far left's usage of the Cloward-Piven...
  • Yoselin Calderon
    What happened to Yoselin Calderon?
    Saturday, November 15, brought devastating news to the family of 17-year-old runaway Yoselin Calderon, who was last seen on June 1. Dental records confirmed that a decomposed body found nearly 2 weeks ago, in Wasco, California, was that of the...
  • Handgun in the dark
    ‘There is no Second Amendment right to own guns,’ says N.M. man
    Anyone who honestly believes that the battle over firearms rights is finished could consider an Op-Ed in the Saturday edition of the Santa Fe New Mexican on-line to be the proverbial splash of cold water, as author Hank Bahnsen insisted that ...
  • Toddler mutalated in dog attack: May have permanent face damage
    Dog attacks 2-year-old boy: Mutilating mauling leaves possible permanent damage
    A little two-year-old-boy was brutally attacked leaving his face ripped and gashed by a six-year-old Labrador mix that had no prior attacks on record. Kaidyn Sutton was with his mom at Primrose Park in French Valley, California when the dog...
  • States in United States that have produced the most NFL players thru 2014
    States in United States that have produced the most NFL players thru 2014
    The following is a list of the ten states in the United States that have produced the most NFL players through 2014. By produced, I mean where the players where born.I've also listed some of the greatest players that were born in each state....
  • Nicholas Rider Wessel
    Bay Area man gets 10 years in federal prison for sex with underage girl
    A San Francisco Bay Area man has been sentenced to ten years in prison for having sex with a 14-year-old girl he met through Facebook.Federal prosecutors say Nicholas Rider Wessel was ordered to serve the prison term by a judge in a Reno, Nev....
  • Tiburon Art Walk 2014
    Take a walk on the sunny side of SF Bay with 'Tiburon Art Walk' this weekend
    The public is invited to take in amazing art and California's natural bayside beauty during the Tiburon Peninsula Chamber of Commerce’s inaugural "Tiburon Art Walk" happening this weekend. Tiburon Art Walk is Tiburon's new,...
  • GILROY BUST
    Police: Odor leads to discovery of drug lab in family's Northern California home
    A father of a young boy is facing drug and child endangerment charges after police say they found a drug lab in the family’s Northern California home.Police in Gilroysay they found a butane honey oil lab when they served a warrant to search...
  • Coastal view from Devil's Slide Trail
    Pacifica, an unpretentious California oasis of outdoor activity
    Whether you know it as San Francisco’s undiscovered playground or just an unpretentious oasis of outdoor activity, Pacifica offers a satisfying and easy weekend getaway just 15 minutes south of the city.I went for the coastal location &ndash...