2 hrs ago
The San Diego Union-Tribune
News Sacrifice led to hopes fulfilled
Susan Bertolino, center, with her children, from left, Tony, 23, Karina, 17, Jason, 15, and Daniel, 21, in front of their home in Murrieta on Monday.
6 hrs ago
Red Bluff Daily News
Jean Barton: Highlights of Beef Improvement Association
Presenting a thank you gift to Monty and Pat Roberts at Flag is Up Farms on the CBCIA tour.
11 hrs ago
Twitter time: Barn swallows return to nest in Humboldt County
If you've seen a petite bird with cobalt blue feathers, a rusty orange throat, tawny breast and a long, deeply-forked tail lately, it was likely a barn swallow.
15 hrs ago
The bus stops here
Transit officials are preparing to reduce bus service in Stockton by up to 30 percent, a move that could eliminate some neighborhood routes and get rid of all weekend service in a city that has already seen cut after cut to its transit system in recent years.
Fri May 24, 2013
California releases annual school rankings based on API scores
The state on Friday released its annual list of K-12 school rankings based on student performance on standardized tests, revealing little in the way of surprise for the South Bay and Harbor Area, where nearly 60 percent of the schools surpassed the statewide average.
Covered California again delays action on issue that upset VSP
One item that was taken off the agenda Thursday by Covered California was action on supplemental benefits, including stand-alone vision and dental plans.
The Modesto Bee
Foreign Service officer made millions in visa-for-money scam, feds charge
A State Department official "received several million dollars in bribes" from Vietnamese residents seeking visas, according to newly public court documents.
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Parents deserve test data to make informed choices
Right now, some California students are sitting for hours pouring over testing booklets and filling in scantron bubbles.
Thu May 23, 2013
Sjma and the Tech Partner
San Jose CaliforniaThe San Jose Museum of Art and The Tech Museum of Innovation have partnered to present DIY Art: Summer Sundays.
SUSD Live - What Larry Hernandez said, and responses from Ross and Ahmed
So here is what Larry Hernandez, husband of the late Sara Cazares, said during public comment tonight.
Officials: Bodhi Tree is 'person of interest' in last week's Eureka shooting
The Eureka Police Department has named double murder suspect Bodhi Tree, who was released from prison in April, as a "person of interest" in a shooting near Eureka High School last week.
Martifer Solar to Build Latin Americaa s Largest PV Plant in Mexico
The project, named Aura Solar I, will produce sufficient energy to supply around 160,000 inhabitants and will offset the emission of more than 60,000 tons of carbon dioxide )--Martifer Solar, a subsidiary of Martifer SGPS, is building a 30 MW photovoltaic plant in Mexico, the largest to date in Latin America.
Ventura County Reporter
Traffic at Ojai hot springs to cool off
That's the message the property owners of Matilija Canyon's Hot Springs are spreading through the community, and beyond.
Summer Event Season is ON in Redwood City
Redwood City welcomes the community Downtown for its seventh season of FREE events and entertainment.
Wed May 22, 2013
Marin Independent Journal
State appeals court backs Marin desalination environmental analysis
In this IJ archive photo, Jim Kenney, with MMDW, conducts a silt density index reading on water at their experimental desalination plant on Feb.
San Francisco Magazine
Hosts a Free Release Party and Reading
For our June issue, we asked fifteen of the Bay Area's best writers to do something a little different.
Mobridge Tribune Online
Junior kindergarten helps young students prepare
A program about junior kindergarten was presented by Jill Olson, principal of the grade school at Mobridge Pollock School System, when Rotary met on Monday.
Allan Hancock College Approves Contract with New President
Kevin Walthers will take the reins as Allan Hancock College president beginning July 8, following official approval of his contract Tuesday night.
Tue May 21, 2013
San Bernardino County: Supervisors approve Muslim prayer services despite opposition
Despite opposition from neighbors, San Bernardino County supervisors voted Tuesday, May 21, to allow an Islamic center to operate in an unincorporated area of the county near Chino.
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In addition to shareholders who acquired Keyuan stock during the Class Period, the Complaint is brought on behalf of all persons who purchased Keyuan Units pursuant to a confidential private offering memorandum dated March 22, 2010, comprised of a first tranche that closed on April 22, 2010 and a second tranche that closed on May 18, 2010 .