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  1. California OKs offer of voluntary water cuts by farmers trying to avoid deeper drought losses.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Winnipeg Free Press

    California regulators have accepted a historic offer by farmers to make a 25 per cent voluntary water cut to avoid deeper mandatory losses during the drought. Officials with the state Water Resources Control Board made the announcement on Friday involving farmers in the delta of the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers who hold some of California's strongest water rights.

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  2. California OKs offer of voluntary water cuts by farmersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WAOW

    A Milwaukee County medical examiner's report says a 46-year-old man was pronounced dead after collapsing at his Milwaukee apartment, but then started moving his limbs just as he was about to be taken to the morgue. A Milwaukee County medical examiner's report says a 46-year-old man was pronounced dead after collapsing at his Milwaukee apartment, but then started moving his limbs just as he was about to be taken to the morgue.

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  3. Sixty percent increase in oil and petroleum pipeline accidents since 2009, AP study showsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | PennLive.com

    A worker removes oil from the beach at Refugio State Beach, north of Goleta, Calif., Thursday, May 21, 2015. More than 7,700 gallons of oil has been raked, skimmed and vacuumed from a spill that stretched across 9 miles of California coast, just a fraction of the sticky, stinking goo that escaped from a broken pipeline, officials said.

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  4. US agency sets restrictions for restarting pipeline that spewed oil on California coastlineRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Medincine Hat News

    Plastic buckets with oil collected from the beach are placed at the side at Refugio State Beach, north of Goleta, Calif., Thursday, May 21, 2015. More than 7,700 gallons of oil has been raked, skimmed and vacuumed from a spill that stretched across 9 miles of California coast, just a fraction of the sticky, stinking goo that escaped from a broken pipeline, officials said.

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  5. Calif. ObamaCare exchange caps patient drug costsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Hill

    California's ObamaCare exchange is announcing a cap on patients' costs for high-priced specialty drugs, the first state in the country to do so. The announcement, which comes after a unanimous vote by the exchange's board Thursday, would cap the cost for most enrollees on the insurance exchange at $250 per prescription per month.

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  6. The Wall Street Journal: California approves farmers' plan to cut water useRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | MarketWatch

    California officials agreed Friday to let a group of farmers voluntarily cut their water consumption by 25% in return for not pressing for mandated cuts, in a deal that could ease pressure on supplies amid a historic drought. Under the deal with the State Water Resources Control Board, farmers in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta who voluntarily reduce their water use 25% from 2013 levels won't face mandatory cutbacks expected this year.

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  7. Raw Tuna Suspected as Source of Salmonella Outbreak: CDCRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Health.com

    Raw tuna is suspected as the source of a salmonella outbreak that has now sickened 53 people in nine states, according to U.S. health officials. No deaths have been reported.

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  8. Santa Barbara oil spill: Experts tally up damage after pipeline ruptureRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | KLAL-FM Little Rock

    Stones at Refugio State Beach lay splattered with a jet black tar, like goo, which can only be crude oil. An industrial-size trash bin of oily vegetation sits next to the beach.

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  9. Schwarzenegger Accused of Cronyism for Killer's Shorter SentenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | NewsTalk 1530 KFBK

    The parents of a man who was murdered by the son of a powerful politician say that they are being victimized all over again. The former Governor is knowingly responsible for reducing the killers sentence.

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  10. Federal data: As oil production soars, so do pipeline leaksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The York Daily Record

    This May 13, 2010 file photo Pelicans float on the water as an oil platform sits in the background off the coast of Santa Barbara, Calif. More than 7,700 gallons of oil has been raked, skimmed and vacuumed from a spill that stretched across 9 miles of California coast, just a fraction of the sticky, stinking goo that escaped from a broken pipeline, officials said on Thursday, May 21, 2015.

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  11. Secretary Ross Delivers Commencement Address at UC Berkeley College of Natural ResourcesRead the original story

    Friday | Holtville Tribune

    Berkeley, California - California Agriculture Secretary Karen Ross was honored to deliver the commencement address for the UC Berkeley College of Natural Resources. Her remarks: Dean, faculty members and staff, families, and-of course-students and graduates.

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  12. Witness: Holly had to eat out of garbageRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | NWAonline

    A former social worker described records detailing abuse allegations Friday during convicted murderer Zachary Holly's childhood when he lived in California. Jana Davis, a former social worker for the Kern County Department of Human Services in Bakersfield, Calif., spent Friday morning testifying during the sentencing phase of Holly's murder trial.

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  13. Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for Supervisors Set for June 11 in Camarillo, CalifRead the original story

    Friday | PR.com

    Employment law firm LightGabler LLP is presenting a seminar on "Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for Supervisors," Thursday, June 11 from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. in Camarillo. California law requires companies with 50 or more employees to provide their supervisors with at least two hours of interactive sexual harassment prevention training every two years.

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  14. Brooktrails Fire Abatement updateRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Willits News

    Map courtesy of Brooktrails Fire Prevention Bureau. This map shows treated and untreated areas in Brooktrails Township that are part of the Fuels Modifciation Program.

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  15. The reaping and sowing of California's droughtRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sunset Magazine

    The longtime Los Angeles Times -journalist is also a terrific novelist-his most recent novel, The Barbarian Nurseries , is one of the best fictional portraits of contemporary Southern California I know. His newest non-fiction book, Deep Down Dark , is an absolutely harrowing account of the 33 Chilean miners trapped underground for 69 days.

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  16. Time To Stop All Oil Drilling in CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | CaHSR Blog

    When I was a kid growing up in Southern California, we used to take regular camping trips to nearby state parks. Usually it was to a state beach.

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  17. Steph Curry as Dad: Bringing daughter to press conference set a great exampleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Paradise Post

    After the Golden State Warriors defeated the Houston Rockets in Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals, the unexpected happened during the press conference. The star of the game, Stephen Curry, approached the microphone with his two and a half year old daughter.

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  18. Nestle bottled water operations spark protests amid California droughtRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | SF Sentinel

    Hundreds of protesters gathered in front of two Nestle bottling plants in California on Wednesday to deliver petitions demanding the company stop bottling operations in the drought-stricken state. The petitions - carrying more than 500,000 signatures - were accepted by Nestle staff members at both the Sacramento and Los Angeles bottling plants, protesters said, as residents and activists chanted slogans like "Our water is not for sale" and "Water is a human right, don't let Nestle win this fight."

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  19. Taco Bell uses Snapchat to advertise internshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Business Journal

    Taco Bell Corp. has gotten attention for its use of social media to attract customers, and now the fast-food Mexican chain is tapping into its Snapchat following to find two social media interns. Snapchat is a social media application that allows users to send pictures and videos to friends.

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  20. Drought-ridden California eyes water cutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Salt Lake Tribune

    Fresno, Calif. a Farmers along the river delta at the heart of California agriculture expected to get an answer Friday on their surprise offer to give up a quarter of their water this year in exchange for being spared deeper mandatory cutbacks as California responds to the worsening drought.

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