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  1. California Grown: A Rose Parade first for FTD cars, fourth for Cal Poly floatRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    Like the Hollywood sign, the Tournament of Roses Parade got its start as a means to lure people in the frozen reaches of the United States to buy land in Southern California. If there was any smugness in the photos sent back east to promote Pasadena, it can be forgiven, because the bounty of winter flora wired to wagons and draped around horses was locally grown.

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  2. California DMV says Uber, Lyft, Sidecar cars need commercial platesRead the original story

    Yesterday | Los Angeles Times

    Ride-hailing companies such as Lyft -- whose cars are seen above in Pennsylvania last year -- object to the DMV's assertion. Ride-hailing companies such as Lyft -- whose cars are seen above in Pennsylvania last year -- object to the DMV's assertion.

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  3. Wine shipping set for another shot at clearing the Pa. legislatureRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PennLive.com

    There are more than 200 licensed wineries in Pennsylvania, including Shade Mountain Vineyards in Middleburg, Snyder County. Mazza Wine Cellars owner Bob Mazza is optimistic it can.

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  4. Dan Walters: Scandals show Legislature's disinterest in oversightRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    Legislative leaders occasionally proclaim that they want to do more "oversight" - looking into how well state government agencies are serving the public interest. In past years, we saw serious investigations into allegations of wrongdoing in the secretary of state's office and the Department of Insurance, and of political interference in a massive computer software contract.

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  5. Thomas ClarkRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Republic

    Tom was born in Buffalo, N.Y., on Jan. 6, 1939. Tom served in the United States Army.

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  6. The California Maritime Leadership Symposium Will Honor Norman Fassler-Katz As 2015 Award RecipientRead the original story

    Yesterday | PR Log

    The 15th Annual California Maritime Leadership Symposium will honor Norman Fassler-Katz as the 2015 Gary L. Gregory Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient. PRLog - Jan. 23, 2015 - SACRAMENTO, Calif.

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  7. 4 members of Pinal County family test positive for measlesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Norwalk Citizen News

    Pinal County authorities say four members of a family in the Kearny area have the measles and likely are linked to last month's outbreak in southern California. County Public Health Services District officials say family travelled to Disneyland between Dec. 16-20 and all four people were unvaccinated.

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  8. California figures out how to charge for hydrogen by the kilogramRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Autoblog

    Well that was quick. In November 2014, during a preview of the Toyota Mirai FCEV, presenters discussed the difficulty of charging for hydrogen by the kilogram.

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  9. Ocwen sued by investors for mortgage payment negligenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Housing Wire

    Ocwen Financial is about to have another massive battle to fight in what's becoming an all-out assault on the beleaguered nonbank. According to a Bloomberg report , some of the country's biggest mortgage bond investors, including BlackRock , MetLife , and Pimco , will sue Ocwen, saying that the company failed to properly collect payments on $82 billion of home loans.

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  10. Chromebooks Win For California StudentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | InformationWeek

    In an area where computers at home aren't common, Chromebooks in the classroom are making a measurable difference in student performance. When a school serving a community so poor that 100% of the students qualify for free or reduced-price lunches invests in technology, they expect results.

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  11. Military Rocket Launcher Found on Side of I-15 Near MurrietaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Patch.com

    Map shows approximate location of the discovery of a rocket launcher off the side of Interstate 15 in the Murrieta area. COURTESY: Google Maps.

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  12. How to avoid DMV...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    On Jan. 2, a new state law titled "The Safe and Responsible Drivers Act" went into effect allowing unauthorized immigrants to apply for a California driver's license. As of Jan. 16, some 205,000 AB 60 applicants had visited a California DMV office, and 25,300 AB 60 licenses had been issued.

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  13. Guest commentary: You can't die until the government says you canRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Inside Bay Area

    A few months ago a young Bay Area woman, Brittany Maynard, moved to Oregon to take advantage of that state's law permitting the suicide of terminally ill patients. The sympathetic reaction of many Californians has once again raised the issue of the right to die with dignity.

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  14. Measles outbreak centered in California climbs to 78 casesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NewsOK.com

    California health officials reported Friday that nearly 90 percent of the infections are in California. Forty-eight cases in the state are directly linked to visits to Disney parks or contact with someone who went there.

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  15. Measles cases in six other states stem from DisneylandRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Hill

    Forty-eight out of the 67 confirmed measles cases in California are linked to the small outbreak in Disneyland, according to new data from the state's Department of Public Health. Officials continue to warn unvaccinated people to stay away from Disneyland as measles cases rise and infections related to the outbreak have spread to six other states and Mexico.

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  16. A doctor's warning on 'death with dignity'Read the original story

    Yesterday | Los Angeles Times

    To the editor: Columnist Steve Lopez shows himself to be a strong advocate of the "death with dignity" bill in the state Legislature. As a frontline geriatric, palliative and hospice care physician, I can tell you there are potential abuses occurring even today.

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  17. Federal Court Order: Explosive DOT-111 "Bomb Train" Oil Tank Cars Can Continue to RollRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Kos

    A U.S. federal court has ordered a halt in proceedings until May in a case centering around oil-by-rail tankers pitting the Sierra Club and ForestEthics against the U.S. Department of Transportation . As a result, potentially explosive DOT-111 oil tank cars, dubbed "bomb trains" by activists, can continue to roll through towns and cities across the U.S.indefinitely.

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  18. Season review: CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ESPN

    Offense: The second year of the Sonny Dykes era also marked Jared Goff 's second year under center, and Cal showed an immense amount of offensive improvement. Whereas 2013 was an uphill battle littered with growing pains , 2014 saw a 40 percent increase in scoring production.

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  19. DMV says UberX, Lyft drivers need commercial platesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | SFGate

    In this file photo, a Lyft car drives crosses Market Street in San Francisco. The California DMV said drivers for ride share services must obtain commercial license plates.

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  20. California's DMV issues a notice that could hurt ridesharing companiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Contra Costa Times

    In a development that threatens to further cloud the legality of what Uber, Lyft and others are doing in California, the state's Department of Motor Vehicles has issued a notice that apparently requires drivers for ride-hailing companies to display commercial license plates. Assuming police enforce the rule, which cites a nearly 80-year-old section of state law, a requirement that drivers go through the laborious process of getting commercially licensed could throw a wrench into the ride-hail business model.

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