Wednesday May 15
Brown takes restrained view of Calif. spending
Riding a wave of state tax revenue, Gov. Jerry Brown released a budget proposal Tuesday that looks much different from the ones Californians have become accustomed to in recent years: It has a surplus.
Wednesday May 15
Pregnancy Test Frog May Have Spread Fatal Fungus
A frog once widely imported and bred by hospitals because it lays eggs when injected with a pregnant woman's urine may have brought a deadly amphibian infection to the United States.
Woman Wanted For Stealing Chapstick, Razor
The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office released a photo of a woman they say stole some interesting items from a Wal-Mart last month.
Powerball jackpot climbs to $222 million
There were three $1 million Match 5 winners Saturday and those tickets were sold in California, Maryland and New York.
California holds first Aviation Awareness Day
AOPA was among the organizations to participate in the first annual California Aviation Awareness Day at the Capitol April 24.
Tokyo Art Beat
Only rarely does one encounter an exhibit that succeeds in showcasing an entire culture.
The-Bus.net Launches Steep Six Flags Discounts for 2013-2014
Six Flags is one of America's most popular theme parks. At Six Flags locations across the country, visitors can find thrilling roller coasters and plenty of other adrenaline-pumping rides.
Calif. families want chance at 9/11 scholarships
Many of the relatives of Californians killed in the Sept. 11 attacks never knew that millions of dollars were raised in their name for college scholarships, and now lawmakers want to give them another chance to apply for money that an Associated Press investigation and subsequent audit found was poorly administered.