Attorneys General Ask Education Secretary DeVos To Restore Guidance To Student Aid BorrowersAttorneys general from 20 states including California are faulting Education Secretary Betsy DeVos for rolling back Obama-era guidance they say helps protect student loan borrowers.
California Slowly Moves Toward Resuming ExecutionsCalifornia is one of 12 states that has capital punishment on the books but has not executed anyone in more than a decade.
U.S. Manufacturers, EPA Administrator Target Environmental RegulationsWhen Trump asked industry which federal regulations they found most burdensome, comments flooded in and many pointed to EPA policies.
California High-Speed Rail Chairman Steps Down From JobThe chief executive officer of California's $64 billion high-speed rail program said Friday he's stepping down after five years seeing the project through a contentious and high-profile period in which it faced a constant onslaught of criticism from across the political spectrum.
Injured Man Rescued From Commercial Fishing Boat 600 Miles Off California CoastTwo helicopter crews, a combat shadow aircraft and a four-man pararescue team rescued a man from a fishing vessel 600 miles off California.
California's First Strawberries Of The Year Are Super-SizedBig, fat strawberries are the latest roadside attraction in Santa Cruz and Monterey counties.
America's First Drive-Thru Marijuana Store Opens On 4/20The nation's first drive-thru pot shop is opening on April 20, the unofficial marijuana holiday celebrated by tokers in cities across the country.
Auditor: California Disabled Parking Permits Need More ScrutinyCalifornia gives disabled parking permits to people who don't provide enough medical information to prove they need one, state auditor Elaine Howle said in a report released Tuesday.
Charities Purporting To Support Veterans Accused Of Misusing FundsThe suit alleges funds raised for veterans was diverted for personal use such as shopping at Victoria's Secret and paying credit card debt.
Former California VA Official Pleads Not Guilty To Bid-Rigging, BriberyThe bid-rigging probe grew out of a case in which Chinatown tong leader Raymond "Shrimp Boy" Chow was convicted of murder and racketeering.
California Beach Community Battles Legislation Targeted At SeawallsCalifornians who live along the beach argue that they should be allowed to replace or repair their seawalls.
Calexit Backers Withdraw 2018 Bid For California's IndependenceSupporters of a long-shot bid to make California an independent nation are ending their effort to put it to a statewide vote next year.

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