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Boulevard, California is located in San Diego County. Zip codes in Boulevard, CA include 91905. The median home price in Boulevard is $140,000.

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6 hrs ago | NBC Bay Area

Chesbro Reservoir Close to Minimum Water Level

Robert Handa reports. Santa Clara Valley Water District officials said the Chesbro reservoir is in danger of drying up due to California's severe drought.

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10 hrs ago | Patch.com

Tickets on Sale Now for Popular 'Mutt Strut'

The New Haven Schools Foundation is thrilled to be hosting its 5th Mutt Strut, the well-attended fundraising walk/run for families and their dogs. It will be held on Saturday, October 18, 2014 on the Masonic Home grounds, located amidst the foothills of Union City along Mission Boulevard.

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Yesterday | Santa Cruz Sentinel

Buffer law requires drivers passing cyclists to give 3 feet of clearance

Bike riders make their way along Castro Valley Boulevard on Monday in Castro Valley. A state law going into effect Tuesday requires vehicles to leave a 3-foot clearance when they pass bicyclists on the road.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

Los Angeles Times

3-foot buffer zones for cyclists to take effect across California

A driver who gets too close to a bike could be fined $35, or $220 if there is a crash that injures a cyclist. A driver who gets too close to a bike could be fined $35, or $220 if there is a crash that injures a cyclist.

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LA Daily News

King Taco offers 50-cent tacos for 40th anniversary

Carne asada tacos, like this one from the King Taco on Rosemead Boulevard in Pico Rivera, were served up on Monday at the 1974 price of 50 cents. The special was available at all 22 of the restaurant's locations.

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NBC Los Angeles

Transition Road Near LAX Shut Down Due to Fire

A transition road near LAX was shut down on Monday due to a fire on a road's center median, officials said. The southbound Sepulveda Boulevard transition to westbound Imperial Highway was shut down before 2 p.m., LAX officials said in a tweet.

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Press-Telegram

Heartwell Park named for Long Beach pioneer Col. Charles Heartwell

Charles Heartwell was a pioneer and driving force in the city's early days, devising the plan to acquire land that would become East Long Beach. Outside city politics, Heartwell also was in the driver's seat.

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NBC Los Angeles

Transition Road Near LAX Shut Down Due to Fire

A transition road near LAX was shut down on Monday due to a fire on a road's center median, officials said. The southbound Sepulveda Boulevard transition to westbound Imperial Highway was shut down before 2 p.m., LAX officials said in a tweet.

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Los Angeles Times

USC unveils design for $650-million housing, retail complex

The 15-acre USC Village will be built in the architectural style of much of the main campus. USC on Monday is to unveil the final and somewhat altered design of the biggest construction project in the university's history: a $650-million housing and retail complex just north of the main campus.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Press-Telegram

Heartwell Park named for Long Beach pioneer Col. Charles Heartwell

Charles Heartwell was a pioneer and driving force in the city's early days, devising the plan to acquire land that would become East Long Beach. Outside city politics, Heartwell also was in the driver's seat.

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Examiner.com

Chihuahua rescued from Jurupa Valley dumpster: Authorities looking for owner

Who could be so callous as to throw up a living creature in a trash dumpster as if his life didn't mean anything? Who could be so callous as to throw up a living creature in a trash dumpster as if his life didn't mean anything? An adorable little chihuahua dumped in a Jurupa Valley dumpster on Saturday was discovered by the manager of a mobile home park as he was disposing of his trash on Mission Boulevard in Riverside County, California according to a Riverside County Animal Services press release. The Riverside Police transported the shy three-year-old pooch to the Jurupa Valley shelter where he was examined by the veterinarian staff and found to be in relatively good health.

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LA Daily News

Valley residents prepare for the next big earthquake with drill

Standing by to treat the dozens of shaken “victims” Saturday were three doctors from West Valley Medical Center during the Encino Chamber of Commerce “Biggest Earthquake Drill in the San Fernando Valley.” One kid, in masterful role-playing that accompanied the triage, swooned while being treated after being hit in the head by a giant flying dictionary. “His brain will recover,” declared Dr. Sharon Pollock, an Encino pediatrician in real life, standing beneath a tent and tarp at the medical center on Balboa Boulevard.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Pacifica Riptide

NorCal People's Climate Rally @ Oakland, September 21

In just eight days, thousands of people from across the world will descend on New York City to be part of the largest climate march ever. But if you can't make it to NYC, please join us in Oakland.

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The San Diego Union-Tribune

River flood control project still years away

The project, first approved by Congress more than 40 years ago, has been bogged down in bureaucratic red tape, environmental regulations and funding problems. And even though the end appears to be in sight, some city officials say they see more problems ahead.

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RecordNET

Briefs -- Published Sept. 13, 2014

The Open House Orientation is scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon today at Station 2, 110 W. Sonora St. Anyone interested in becoming a firefighter is welcome to come and ask questions about the department and the upcoming entry-level examination process. STOCKTON - The connector ramp from northbound Interstate 5 to Highway 4 is expected to be closed all weekend, according to the California Department of Transportation.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

The Fresno Bee

Calif. OKs first steps to condemn more Fresno properties for rail route

This is the Jensen Pilegard feed building at the corner of G Street. and Fresno Street.

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CBS Local

Flock Of Feral Parrots Roosts In Silver Lake

A flock of feral parrots are flying and squawking around Echo Park and Silver Lake, making the area known for its hipster ways sound more like a jungle. Merrill took photos of the exotic green birds near Silver Lake and Sunset boulevards.

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Davis Enterprise

Nugget Markets' cheese specialists achieve certified professional status

Nugget Markets, a family-owned and -operated local grocer since 1926, announces that specialty cheese executive buyer Rebekah Baker and cheese specialists Jeremy Patin and Reed Pattison are Certified Cheese Professionals. Baker, Patin and Pattison are part of an elite group of 153 individuals from 32 different companies who passed the third annual ACS Certified Cheese Professional exam, given July 29 in Sacramento.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Los Angeles Times

Chinese developer's $420-million purchase of Robinsons-May site closes

The signage was almost all that remained of the former Robinsons-May department store in Beverly Hills before the structure was demolished in July. The signage was almost all that remained of the former Robinsons-May department store in Beverly Hills before the structure was demolished in July.

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San Bernardino County Sun

Learning about spectacular-looking floss silk trees

An anonymous correspondent wrote: “We have a large potted ficus tree on our front porch that is at least 20 years old. It grows very well and very leafy.

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Flash Flood Watch for San Diego County was issued at September 17 at 2:27AM PDT

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