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Fmr. CA Gov. Schwarzenegger, Host Of Apprentice, OK Trump Is Show ProducerArnold Schwarzenegger, star of the new "Celebrity Apprentice," is unfazed President-elect Trump has producer's stake in show.
Congress Approves $558 Million California Drought Relief; Millions For Flint, Mich.Sen. Barbara Boxer, one of the bill's key authors, urged senators to vote no because of a last-minute rider that she said puts interests of big farms over the fishing industry.
Trump's Election Leads Mexico Student Dance Troupe To Cancel Bay Area TourUncertainty over president-elect Trump caused a school dance troupe from Oaxaca, Mexico to cancel their planned trip to the Bay Area.
California Voter Turnout In November Election Highest Since 2008Three out of four registered California voters cast a ballot in the November election, the highest rate of participation since 2008.
Student Records SoCal Professor's Anti-Trump Rant; Both Face RepercussionsAfter a Southern California college professor went off on President-elect Donald Trump in her class, there are now threats of expulsion and threats of legal action.
San Jose Looks At Going After Caltrans To Clean Up Freeway LitterLooking to get rid of trash piling up along freeways, San Jose city leaders consider going after Caltrans to keep roadsides clean.
San Francisco Supervisor Calls For Police Chief To Live Within City LimitsThere's an effort underway in San Francisco to require the Chief of Police to live in the city.
Mayor Lee Vetoes Legislation Imposing 60-Day Cap On Short-Term RentalsSan Francisco Mayor Ed Lee Thursday vetoed legislation that would have imposed a new 60-night annual limit on all short-term rentals, saying it would drive more hosts to rent units illegally.
Worried Oakland Artists Call On Officials To Stop EvictionsThere were new reports of mass evictions in the East Bay on Thursday happening in the wake of the deadly Oakland warehouse fire.
House Approves $558M For California In Wide-Ranging Water BillThe House on Thursday passed a wide-ranging bill to authorize water projects across the country, including $558 million to provide relief to drought-stricken California.
Speier Calls For College Transcripts To Note Sexual MisconductColleges that expel students whom they suspect of having committed sexual assault are being asked to go further by specifying the reason for expulsion on their transcripts.
Facebook COO Sandberg Denies False Stories Swaying ElectionFacebook executive Sheryl Sandberg says she doesn't think misinformation spread on the social media platform swayed the election in favor of President-elect Donald Trump.

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