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Hall of Fame class features DeBartolo, Stabler, Favre, Greene, Dungy

With the NFL celebrating its golden anniversary Super Bowl in the Golden State, the Pro Football Hall of Fame elected an eight-man class with a distinctly California vibe. Former 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo Jr., Raiders quarterback Ken...Show More Summary

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GOP Candidates Seek Repeal Of State & Local Tax Deduction That Benefits Blue States Most University Of California Faculty Object To Monitoring Of Their Emails, Website Visits The IRS Scandal, Day 1000 More On The Discrimination Against Conservative/Libertarian Law Profs Even Though They Are More Productive Scholars Than Liberal Law...

Essential California: Doctor sentenced for patients' overdoses

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Good morning. It is Saturday, Feb. 6. Here’s what you don’t want to miss this weekend: TOP STORIES Stadium wars: It’s billionaire vs. billionaire as the Golden State Warriors consider moving to a stadium in San Francisco’s Mission Bay. On one side, supporters say it will bring diversity to an area...

California should help pay for quake early warnings, state lawmakers say

16 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

Hours after a magnitude-6.4 earthquake destroyed buildings in Taiwan, four state lawmakers said they want California to help fund an earthquake early warning system, which has been stalled by a lack of funding. “There’s no valid reason not to make this relatively small investment in an early warning...

Save Diablo Canyon so it can continue to supply massive quantities of clean power

California has one of the most confusing energy policies in the country. Though it loudly proclaims itself as an environmental leader, with some of the most strict air and water pollution regulations in the world, it has a state law that prevents consideration of new nuclear power plants. Show More Summary

Dr. Lisa Tseng: When Does a Physician Become a Drug Dealing Murderer?

In California, as in most states, a cocaine dealer can be convicted of second-degree murder if a person he sold the drug to dies of an overdose. Such a conviction is based on what is referred to as the felony-murder doctrine which holds...Show More Summary

USA vs. Canada: Winners and Losers from International Friendly

The United States men's national team closed out its annual winter training camp with a 1-0 victory over Canada on Friday night at the StubHub Center in Carson, California. Jozy Altidore scored the winning goal with an 89th-minute header,...Show More Summary

California poised to win Super Bowl ‘jock tax’

Here’s one Super Bowl wager you can’t lose: Bet on the Franchise Tax Board.  Thanks to California’s sky-high tax rate and the so-called “jock tax,” the state will score an income tax windfall on the seven-day football extravaganza no matter which team wins. California is one of multiple states that tax a percentage of visiting

USA vs. Canada: Live Score, Highlights from International Friendly

Live Updates—International Friendly United States vs. Canada Bleacher Report brings you live updates as the United States and Canada play an international friendly on Friday night at the StubHub Center in Carson, California. Kickoff is scheduled for 10:15 p.m. Show More Summary

Allison Wisk named L.A. Times state politics editor

Allison Wisk (@allisonwisk), an experienced political editor with an eye for accountability journalism and innovation, is joining The Times as California politics editor. Wisk has held a variety of leadership roles at the Dallas Morning News, where she has worked for more than 10 years. As deputy...

New Initiative From Governor Jerry Brown Could Reform Sentencing In California, Cut Prison Terms

By Hadar Aviram, University of California, Hastings San Quentin State Prison in California, December 2015. REUTERS/Stephen Lam On January 27, California Governor Jerry Brown proposed a voter initiative to reform sentencing in the state. Show More Summary

There could be a Google Doodle evoking Black Lives Matter, thanks to this student

FOR THE first time, a Washington winner is in the running to be crowned the national champ as a student artist for Google.This morning, the California tech titan is announcing the 53 state and territory winners for the Doodle 4 Google contest for grade-schoolers. Show More Summary

Tesoro to pay U.S. West Coast refinery workers $8 million: NLRB

HOUSTON (Reuters) - Independent U.S. West Coast refiner Tesoro Corp has agreed to pay $8.08 million to 769 United Steelworkers union members at refineries in California and Washington state who were denied bonuses while on strike in 2015, the U.S. Show More Summary

Colorado Committee Passes Bill to Legalize Assisted Suicide, Elderly People Targeted as “Sitting Ducks”

A Colorado legislative committee has approved a dangerous bill that would make the state the fifth to legalize assisted suicide, following Oregon, Washington, Vermont and California. The House Judiciary Committee passed the bill Thursday and now heads to the full state House, where is faces a close and contentious vote. Should the measure be voted […]

Essential California: Viacom's boardroom fight

Good morning. It is Friday, Feb. 5. Just in time for Super Bowl Sunday, here are San Francisco's best nachos. Happy snacking! Here's what else is happening in the Golden State: TOP STORIES Corporate fight The boardroom drama over Viacom reached a head, though the family squabbles continue. Chief...

California is being a cheapskate with its earthquake early warning system

As scientists work to improve and expand an early warning system for West Coast earthquakes, they've been hampered by one state government's refusal thus far to cover any part of its cost. That would be our state, California, which happens to be the one that's absorbed 70% of the losses from previous...

VICTOR DAVIS HANSON’S Lessons From the California’s Drought: Government failure was not just due …

VICTOR DAVIS HANSON’S Lessons From the California’s Drought: Government failure was not just due to acts of commission, but of omission as well. In four years, not a single new reservoir was begun, despite warnings that the state’s reservoir capacity long ago was fossilized—designed for a state of 20 million people, not the present 40 […]

$63M California lottery jackpot appears to go unclaimed

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It may be the largest unclaimed prize in California Lottery history; without a winner, the money will go to the state's schools

New Tarantula Species Named After Johnny Cash

The spider was discovered near Folsom State Prison in California

Top state legislators raise concern about electric grid expansion

California legislative leaders questioned Thursday a proposal to expand the electric grid to include one of the largest users of coal-fired power plants in the west. In a letter to Gov. Jerry Brown, Senate President Kevin de Leon and House Speaker Anthony Rendon said they were concerned about bringing...

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