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It's suddenly the season for proposed multibillion-dollar state water bonds. Whatever emerges will hit home in Solano County.
Claire Hess's introduction to college life included a college prank that left her shaken and full of remorse.
Google Barge, as seen alongside Treasure Island in the San Francisco Bay. Today, it is arriving in Stockton, Calif., where Google will complete construction on the project.
The 48th season of summer musicals at the Woodminster Amphitheater in the Oakland hills promises diversity for audiences and performers alike.
A hearing to decide whether murder charges should be dismissed against a former Naval Postgraduate School professor might take place Thursday.
The Roaring '20s are back, at least as the theme behind a new night life spot set to open in April.
The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal has gone out to tender for a roundabout at the intersection of Route 1 and Upton Road.
Helen Hernandez, the wife of well-known north Visalia activist Manuel Hernandez, has died.
Keane has been one of Major League Soccer's top scorers since moving to Southern California in August 2011.
California Sens. Rod Wright and Ron Calderon, both facing legal battles, are taking leaves of absence from their jobs, which they cannot perform effectively at the moment.
The Sierra College Nevada County Campus will hold seven free seminars on Josiah Royce's philosophy, beginning on Monday, March 10. The public is invited and encouraged to attend.
Nevada County Environmental Health Specialist Dave Slaughter examines garbage and potential sources of chemicals while evaluating the site of an illegal cartel grow for clean-up in August 2013 as Nevada County Sheriff's Sgt.
The Merced County Board of Supervisors adopted the county's annual legislative agenda, which includes getting more funding for prison realignment programs, preserving agricultural lands and redeveloping the former Castle Air Force Base.
We knew a tour announcement had to be forthcoming. What other reason would there be for gathering up members of Linkin Park, Thirty Seconds to Mars and AFI at an L.A. press conference on a Tuesday morning? Now the details have been revealed: those three bands will team for the first time on a 25-city summer outing dubbed The Carnivores Tour.
Three recruits traveled thousands of miles to join a South Texas oilfield trucking company, swindled them into working "essentially for free," the workers claim in Federal Court.