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Avenatti accuser claims he 'dragged' her on floor, court filing reportedly says

By Louis Casiano

The actress who was granted a temporary restraining order against attorney Michael Avenatti claimed that he "dragged" her on the floor and put her into a public hallway dressed only in a T-shirt and underwear, a report said, citing court documents.

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Body found in marina identified as missing San Francisco 49ers fan

By Samuel Chamberlain

The body of a man found in a San Jose, Calif., marina over the weekend has been identified as a missing San Francisco 49ers fan who was last seen at the team's Nov. 12 home game against the New York Giants.

Skid Row voter fraud: Prosecutors say homeless offered cash, cigarettes in exchange for hundreds of signatures

By Greg Norman

An alleged voter fraud scheme in which Skid Row’s homeless were being offered money and cigarettes in exchange for “false and forged signatures” on ballot petitions and registration documents has been uncovered in Los Angeles, prosecutors announced Tuesday.

Skid Row voter fraud: Prosecutors say homeless offered cash, cigarettes in exchange for hundreds of signatures

By Greg Norman

An alleged voter fraud scheme in which Skid Row’s homeless were being offered money and cigarettes in exchange for “false and forged signatures” on ballot petitions and registration documents has been uncovered in Los Angeles, prosecutors announced Tuesday.

Trump hammered for California wildfire claims – but Gov. Brown has also backed new forest management measures

By Andrew O'Reilly

Under Brown’s proposal – which was supported by the logging industry in the state but opposed by more than a dozen environmental groups - landowners would be permitted to cut trees up to 36 inches in diameter, a jump from the current 26 inches, on properties that are 300 acres or less without getting a timber harvest permit and would also be able to build roads up to 600 feet long. The landowners must also prove that the intent for both cutting down trees and building the roads was to thin forests to reduce fire risk. 

Trump hammered for California wildfire claims – but Gov. Brown has also backed new forest management measures

By Andrew O'Reilly

Under Brown’s proposal – which was supported by the logging industry in the state but opposed by more than a dozen environmental groups - landowners would be permitted to cut trees up to 36 inches in diameter, a jump from the current 26 inches, on properties that are 300 acres or less without getting a timber harvest permit and would also be able to build roads up to 600 feet long. The landowners must also prove that the intent for both cutting down trees and building the roads was to thin forests to reduce fire risk. 

As Immigrant Farmworkers Become More Scarce, Robots Replace Humans

By MIRIAM JORDAN

Farms are struggling with a shrinking, aging labor force and a crackdown on immigration. Robots are both replacing humans and attracting young workers.

Ohio GOP leader criticized for sharing meme saying California fires are 'God's punishment' for liberal state

By Kaitlyn Schallhorn

An Ohio county Republican leader is facing backlash after posting a meme on social media that said the deadly California wildfires are the result of “God’s punishment to liberal California.”

Ohio GOP leader criticized for sharing meme saying California fires are 'God's punishment' for liberal state

By Kaitlyn Schallhorn

An Ohio county Republican leader is facing backlash after posting a meme on social media that said the deadly California wildfires are the result of “God’s punishment to liberal California.”

California Today: California Today: Risking All to Save Helltown From Burning

By JILL COWAN

Tuesday: A man fights to save his hometown from the Camp Fire, Representative Nancy Pelosi’s last battle and cannabis beer.

Stephon Clark's brother running for Sacramento mayor: report

By Kaitlyn Schallhorn

Stevante Clark, the brother of Stephon Clark, who was shot and killed by Sacramento police, is reportedly running for mayor.

Stephon Clark's brother running for Sacramento mayor: report

By Kaitlyn Schallhorn

Stevante Clark, the brother of Stephon Clark, who was shot and killed by Sacramento police, is reportedly running for mayor.

How Wildfires Are Making Some California Homes Uninsurable

By MARY WILLIAMS WALSH

“We’re not in a crisis yet, but all of the trends are in a bad direction,” said the insurance commissioner for California, which had to prevent insurers from abruptly dropping fire victims.

β€˜This Wedding Broke Down Walls,’ Said Former N.F.L. Player Jeff Rohrer of Marrying Joshua Ross

By VINCENT M. MALLOZZI

Photographs of Mr. Rohrer’s and Mr. Ross’s ceremony, before about 150 guests at Wattles Mansion Gardens in Los Angeles.

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Stay or Go? For This Californian, That’s an Easy Choice

By JOHN BRANCH

The long-fading myth of California as Eden has been scorched but John Branch, a California-based correspondent, remains a defender of his native state.

As Inmates, They Fight California’s Fires. As Ex-Convicts, Their Firefighting Prospects Wilt.

By MIHIR ZAVERI

About 1,500 prisoners are helping to fight fires in the state, being paid several dollars a day. Yet after inmate firefighters are released, firefighting jobs are hard to find.

Woolsey Fire devastation in Malibu, California seen in before-and-after aerial photos

By Travis Fedschun

The massive and deadly fire that scorched nearly 100,000 acres in Southern California is more than 90 percent contained, but the scope of the damage is apparent in new aerial photos showing the devastation.

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