Trend Results : California State


Related Searches

Blog Post Results (1-20 of 10000+)

FILTER RESULTS

California flu deaths rise to 74, a huge increase over a year earlier

The number of Californians who have died from the flu has risen to 74 as of the second week of January — five times the number seen at this point last year, according to figures released by state health officials Friday. Thirty-two people...Show More Summary

Preliminary-magnitude 6.3 earthquake strikes in Gulf of California west of Mexico's Sinaloa state

A preliminary-magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck this morning in the Gulf of California, just west of Mexico's Sinaloa state.

Early Trump support climbed in areas with recent Latino population growth

(University of California - Riverside) According to three political scientists from the University of California, Riverside, Donald Trump's promise to build a 'great wall' spanning the border separating the United States and Mexico,Show More Summary

California adds 52,700 jobs and unemployment falls to 4.3% in December

The California economy closed out 2017 on a robust note as the state added 52,700 net new jobs in December and the unemployment rate fell to 4.3% from 4.6% a month earlier, according to data released Friday by the state Employment Development Department. The Golden State has now gained jobs for...

Flu death count in California spikes

The death toll from influenza in California rose sharply on Friday, amid a brutal flu season that has spread across the nation. State health officials said that 32 people under 65 died last week of the flu, making it the deadliest week this season so far. In total, 74 people under age 65 have died...

California Threatens To Prosecute Businesses That Cooperate With ICE

Authored by Derek Hunter via The Daily Caller, Any business in California that cooperates with federal immigration officials will face prosecution, according to state Attorney General Xavier Becerra. Addressing rumors of raids by Immigration...Show More Summary

New Gun Owners Account for 40 Percent of California Guns Purchased

Those who campaign for a disarmed population take comfort in persuading themselves that gun ownership is declining in the United States. This post New Gun Owners Account for 40 Percent of California Guns Purchased appeared first on AmmoLand.com.

Got a day to spend in Sacramento? Make it free-admission Museum Day

Planning a trip to California’s state capital? More than 25 museums in Sacramento will open their doors to visitors for free or half-price admission Feb. 3 on the city’s 20th Museum Day. The deal: You likely won’t have time to visit all the Museum Day sites in one day. It’s worth checking out the...

Got a day to spend in Sacramento? Make it free-admission Museum Day

Planning a trip to California’s state capital? More than 25 museums in Sacramento will open their doors to visitors for free or half-price admission Feb. 3 on the city’s 20th Museum Day. The deal: You likely won’t have time to visit all the Museum Day sites in one day. It’s worth checking out the...

REPORT: Democrats Worry As Wealthy People Flee California Over High Taxes

Guest post by Mike LaChance at American Lookout: People have a tendency to vote on policy with their feet. If the policies in one state are bad, they move to another state with better policies. In Liberal California, wealthy people are fleeing the state due to high taxes and it has Democrats very worried. Show More Summary

California Today: California Today: 100 Million Dead Trees Prompt Fears of Giant Wildfires

21 hours agoNews : NYTimes: News

Friday: A new wildfire threat, the L.A. Times’s chief executive is accused of inappropriate behavior, the millionaire-exodus scenario and surfing as the official state sport.

Amid rumors of ICE raids, state AG Becerra reminds public of 'sanctuary state' laws

yesterdayHumor / odd : The Sideshow

Amid rumors of planned major immigration raids, the California attorney general reminded the public about new laws limiting how much employers and law enforcement can cooperate with ICE agents.

Down to Earth With: Fire meteorologist Craig Clements

Not many people are able to combine their work and hobbies the way Craig Clements, a meteorologist at San Jose State University in California, has. “I was always interested in mountain weather,” he says. “I got into meteorology through my interest in mountaineering and climbing.”

When it comes to education policy, it's 'the California way' vs. Betsy DeVos

California is headed toward another standoff with the federal government — this time, over education. The U.S. Department of Education, led by Betsy DeVos, had told the state that its plan to satisfy a major education law had significant flaws. On Thursday, the California State Board of Education...

California city sues state over Oroville Dam crisis in 2017

yesterdayNews : The Newsroom

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A small California city at the base of the tallest U.S. dam filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the state over an emergency that forced authorities to order 188,000 people to flee last year, arguing the crisis was caused by decades of mismanagement.

California pushes back amid fears of Trump immigration crackdown

State officials on Thursday blasted the Trump administration over reports of an imminent immigration enforcement sweep of Northern California and said new state laws will make such action more difficult. California Atty. Gen. Xavier Becerra warned employers he is prepared to seek fines if they...

Silver Oak is building the state’s most eco-friendly winery

Can there be many brands in wine as powerful as Silver Oak? It’s an American institution, its shiny label an emblem of the rich, luscious ideal of California Cabernet. Silver Oak has built its success on stylistic consistency — if you liked it one year, you’ll like it the next — and a commitment to people-pleasing. Show More Summary

California democrats want businesses to give half their tax-cut savings to state

SACRAMENTO — California lawmakers are targeting the expected windfall companies in the state would see under the federal tax overhaul with a bill that would require businesses to turn over half to the state. A proposed Assembly Constitutional...Show More Summary

LAPD’s Multi-million Dollar Electric Fleet Allegedly Goes Unused and Unloved

We know the State of California loves electric cars, but the Los Angeles Police Department may have mixed emotions. Back in June of 2016, the LAPD awarded BMW with a contract to provide 100 battery-powered i3 hatchbacks as part of a plan to enhance its public image. Show More Summary

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC