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Gov. Rick Scott Tries To Lure California Companies To Florida With Low Minimum WageFlorida Governor Rick Scott is attempting to lure California companies to Florida by highlighting his state's low minimum wage.
San Francisco Police Chief Cancels Public Appearance After Day Of Protests Against HimSan Francisco police Chief Greg Suhr cancelled a planned public appearance with Public Defender Jeff Adachi Tuesday evening after a day of protests calling for him to leave his job.
'Nonprofit' Stanford Hospital Among Top U.S. Hospitals Profiting Off PatientsStanford Hospital and Clinics in Palo Alto and Sutter Medical Center in Sacramento are two of the most profitable U.S. hospitals, yet both hospitals carry the "nonprofit" designation.
San Jose Considers Offering $1,000 Reward For Tips On Graffiti, Illegal DumpingThe San Jose City Council on Tuesday is considering $1,000 rewards for residents who report vandalism and illegal dumping in the South Bay.
Ted Cruz Suspends Presidential CampaignTed Cruz has ended his campaign for president, putting Donald Trump on a glide path to claim the Republican Party's nomination.
Hunger Strikers, Supporters Storm SF Supervisors MeetingFive wheelchair-bound hunger strikers and hundreds of their supporters marched on San Francisco City Hall Tuesday, demanding Mayor Ed Lee fire the city's police chief.
CA Grants $3.2 Million To Make Central Valley Tap Water Uranium-FreeDozens of families at a Central California mobile-home park will get tap water free of dangerous levels of uranium thanks to a state grant.
Tree In SF Backyard May Be Granted Landmark Status, Despite Homeowner Wanting To Chop It DownThe fate of a tall and slender pine tree in the backyard of a San Francisco house at the center of a dispute among neighbors is now in the hands of the Board of Supervisors.
Burlingame Anti-Trump Protester Accused Of Punching DeputiesEmmanuel Ballesteros-Geronimo, a 27-year-old Watsonville man, did not enter a plea to three misdemeanor charges of battery on a peace officer, resisting arrest and ignoring a lawful order to disperse.
Atherton Considers Selling Naming Rights To Pay For New Civic CenterThe wealthy city of Atherton is considering selling the naming rights from everything from street names to park benches.
Judge Condemns Police Sting Targeting Gay Men In Long BeachOn Friday, a Los Angeles County judge condemned sting operations by Long Beach police targeting gay men at public restrooms.
CSU Students Rally, March To Protest Proposed Tuition IncreasesStudents at CSU campuses across California protested Monday to demand a halt to tuition increases.

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