Sex Workers Demand Meeting With Gov. Brown On Legalizing ProstitutionA coalition of sex workers has gathered almost 6,000 signatures on an online petition, demanding a meeting with Gov. Jerry Brown.
'Blue Light' From New LEDs Making Life Harder For Nocturnal AnimalsAs cities look to cut their energy costs they’re increasingly turning to the use of LED bulbs for street lights, despite increased concern that the “blue light” some LEDs omit can be bad for your sleep, lead to decreased visibility on roads and increase obesity.
Cash-Strapped National Parks System Considers Alcohol Advertising Within ParksThe cash-strapped National Parks system continues to look for new forms of revenue to help keep the parks maintained and open to the public, but a new proposal to allow alcohol companies to place their logos within the parks is getting the ire of health groups.
San Francisco's National Park Named 'Federal Green Energy Champion'Congratulations are in order for the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
Ornery Wild Turkeys In Davis To Be Relocated, Some Possibly KilledThe Davis City Council has approved a wild turkey management plan that includes trapping and relocating birds - and possibly killing some of the more aggressive ones.
California Students Testing Well Below Average In ScienceA new federal reports show California students still test well below the national average when it comes to science.
Apple Not Ready To Start Selling Wireless 'AirPods' HeadphonesApple says it needs “a little more time” before it starts selling the new wireless ear buds that are designed to work with its newest iPhones - the ones that don’t come with a dedicated headphone jack.
Program To Bring Fresh Produce To 'Food Deserts' In San Francisco Appears To Be WorkingAnother San Francisco corner store has renovated with an emphasis on fresh produce with help from a pilot program that aims to transform so-called ‘food deserts.’
Subaru Recalling 100K Cars With Turbo Pump That Can Cause FireSubaru is recalling more than 100,000 of its top-selling models in the U.S. because a turbocharger air pump can run continuously, overheat and could cause fires.
2 Arrested In Central Valley Police Shooting Caught On Camera During Ride-AlongPolice have arrested two people for evading officers and firing more than a dozen shots at a police cruiser in the central California city of Madera.
Average American Ate An Extra Pound Of Seafood In 2015 Than Previous YearThe government says the average American ate nearly a pound more seafood in 2015 than they did the previous year.
Bumper Stickers, Yard Signs Supporting Candidates Not As Popular This Election YearElection year bumper stickers are as American as apple pie, but if you’ve noticed a distinct shortage of them this year, you’re not alone.

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