California Government Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. Highway 12 paving to slow traffic east of Rio VistaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Republic

    The California Department of Transportation will perform one-way traffic control on Highway 12 from the Sacramento River to Potato Slough for paving this week.

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  2. Understanding your health insuranceRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Daily Republic

    April marks the end of California's first open-enrollment period, during which more than 3 million Californians signed up for new health insurance coverage.

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  3. Oakland auditor sounds pension alarmRead the original story

    Yesterday | Inside Bay Area

    Pension costs have more than doubled over the past decade, leaving Oakland with fewer police officers, more potholes and a growing threat of insolvency, City Auditor Courtney Ruby warned in a report released Sunday.

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  4. Aussie-born cowboy turned Californian is fast time in the steer wrestlingRead the original story

    Yesterday | Red Bluff Daily News

    Photo courtesy of Hubbell Photography Brad McGilchrist, Marysville, competes at last yearis Red Bluff Round-Up.

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  5. Latinos playing bigger role in Calif. politicsRead the original story

    Yesterday | RecordNET

    When Romualdo Pacheco became California's first Latino to serve as lieutenant governor in 1871 - and later the state's first Latino governor in 1875, taking over for a man elected to the U.S. Senate - little did he know it would take more than a century before another Latino won a statewide office.

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  6. Google, Rockstar Suit Stays in Calif.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NewsFactor

    A U.S. district judge has decided that the Apple-backed Rockstar Consortium's patent lawsuit against Google will stay in California and not move to Texas.

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  7. Editorial: Will drought end for rainy day fund?Read the original story

    Yesterday | The Wave

    Gov. Jerry Brown has elicited much-deserved plaudits, from Democrats and Republicans alike, for calling a special session of the Legislature on Thursday to strengthen the state's rainy day fund.

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  8. Editorial: Learn from the Swiss on youth jobsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sacramento Bee Newspaper

    Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg sees Switzerland as a model for California.

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  9. Dan Morain: California could be in the running for Tesla's battery factory, after allRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sacramento Bee Newspaper

    JOIN THE CONVERSATION: Should companies that receive state subsidies be expected to provide jobs for Californians? To write a letter, go to sacbee.com/sendletter .

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  10. Dan Walters: California politicos admit failures in seeking rainy day fundRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sacramento Bee Newspaper

    When you get past the political fuzz and buzz, the Capitol's quest for a new rainy-day fund to store excess state revenue is an admission that politicians have failed in the past and can't be trusted in the future.

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  11. UC Santa Cruz increases admission to state freshmanRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Salinas Californian

    The admitted freshmen for fall 2014 includes more Californians, more Latinos and other underrepresented groups, and a broad range of out-of-state and international students.

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  12. Sunday lettersRead the original story

    Yesterday | Tallahassee Democrat

    As originally written, House Bill 169 would have done that. However, it has been amended with language that strips control of the sale of tobacco products from the local communities.

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  13. Inside the Phillies: Phils' Hollands already fashioning next careerRead the original story

    Yesterday | Philly.com

    Eleven days after Mario Hollands became a major-league player, he pulled a box filled with books from his locker at Citizens Bank Park.

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  14. Purdy: San Jose Sharks rookies make impact in playoffsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Inside Bay Area

    Tomas Hertl and Matt Nieto know the deal. They know that the NHL playoffs get tougher as they go along.

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  15. Coaching carousel has been in full swing, and UT hopped on the ride lateRead the original story

    Yesterday | GoVolsXtra.com

    Jeff Chiu/Associated Press Cuonzo Martin, second from right, smiles as he poses for photographs with, from left, chancellor Nicholas Dirks, athletic director Sandy Barbour and vice chancellor John Wilton after Martin was introduced as men's basketball coach at California on Tuesday at a news conference in Berkeley, Calif.

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  16. Boxer, Feinstein push for drought reliefRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Orange County Register

    Keeps the Delta Cross Channel Gates open as much as possible to send more water south from the Bay Delta.

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  17. Cal football recruiting commitment #1: Austin Aaron, Napa wide receiverRead the original story

    Yesterday | California Golden Blogs

    Cal has their first commitment of the 2015 recruiting class! Napa wide receiver Austin Aaron will keep the family tradition going, officially verballing to the Golden Bears.

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  18. San Francisco probe leading to entrapment claimsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Norwalk Citizen News

    In this Aug. 6, 2006 file photo, Raymond "Shrimp Boy" Chow smiles after being sworn in as the "Dragon Head" of the Chee Kung Tong in Chinatown in San Francisco.

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  19. Maureen D. (Wotton) AlaimoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York

    She moved to New York at the tender age of 16, where she worked as a nanny and later at the public library.

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  20. Calif. man says Sherpa guide saved his life during Mt. Everest avalancheRead the original story

    Yesterday | New York Daily News

    The avalanche that killed at least thirteen sherpas is pictured as it barrels down a mountain in the Mount Everest Region on Apr. 18. A California man says his Sherpa guide saved him with a shove as the avalanche that killed at least 13 people roared down Mount Everest.

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