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Today β€” December 11th 2018Your RSS feeds

Social justice groups sue California over DNA database that stores profiles of those not convicted: report

By Edmund DeMarche

Two social justice groups in California sued the state’s department of justice on Monday over its collection and storage of DNA profiles from those arrested but never convicted of a felony, a report said.

Social justice groups sue California over DNA database that stores profiles of those not convicted: report

By Edmund DeMarche

Two social justice groups in California sued the state’s department of justice on Monday over its collection and storage of DNA profiles from those arrested but never convicted of a felony, a report said.

California mom who allegedly drowned 10-month-old twins could face death penalty: report

By Edmund DeMarche

The California woman is accused of drowning her 10-month-old twins inside a motel room that police helped arrange for her after she caused a disturbance earlier at a women’s shelter, reports said.

Dozens of faith leaders arrested at San Diego 'Love Knows No Borders' protest

By Barnini Chakraborty

U.S. authorities Monday arrested 32 faith leaders marching in California toward the Mexican border during a protest organized by a Quaker group. One activist was charged with assaulting an officer and remains in custody.

Yesterday β€” December 10th 2018Your RSS feeds

Firefighter who lost home in Camp Fire gets donated refurbished bus from strangers

By Travis Fedschun

A firefighter in Northern California who lost her home in the explosive flames of the Camp Fire finally has a place of her own again, thanks to the help of a stranger who has a goal to help hundreds of others.

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Dog waits for owners to return to California property destroyed by wildfire

By Madeline Farber

A dog in Paradise, Calif., was found patiently waiting for his owner to return to her property following the devastating Camp Fire that ripped through the Butte County area last month.

Dog waits for owners to return to California property destroyed by wildlife

By Madeline Farber

A dog in Paradise, Calif., was found patiently waiting for his owner to return to her property following the devastating Camp Fire that ripped through the Butte County area last month.

California Sheriff’s Sgt. Ron Helus, killed in bar mass shooting, gunned down by friendly fire: authorities

By Lucia Suarez Sang

The bullet responsible for killing a Ventura County Sheriff’s sergeant during November's mass shooting at the Borderline Bar & Grill was fired by a California Highway Patrol officer, authorities said Friday.

San Diego non-profits running out of space for migrant caravan asylum seekers

By Barnini Chakraborty

A group of San Diego-based nonprofits say they are running out of money and space to house, clothe and feed hundreds of asylum-seeking families ICE agents have been quietly bussing in and dumping onto the streets of the California border city. 

Los Angeles man recorded shoving other man into path of moving truck

By Elizabeth Zwirz

Frightening surveillance video captured the moment when a seemingly unsuspecting person in California was pushed in the way of an approaching truck by someone nearby.

California teacher that sang national anthem while forcibly cutting student's hair is arrested

By Nicole Darrah

A California teacher was arrested on child endangerment charges after she was seemingly caught on video cutting hair off a student's head while shouting incorrect lyrics to "The Star-Spangled Banner."

California mandates solar panels for homes built in 2020 and later

By Bradford Betz

California lawmakers on Wednesday officially approved a measure that mandates all homes built in the Golden State in 2020 and beyond be solar-powered.

Kamala Harris aide resigns over $400G harassment settlement

By Louis Casiano

A senior advisor for U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., resigned Wednesday over inquires about a $400,000 harassment lawsuit against him while working at the California Department of Justice.

Kamala Harris aide resigns over $400G harassment settlement

By Louis Casiano

A senior advisor for U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., resigned Wednesday over inquires about a $400,000 harassment lawsuit against him while working at the California Department of Justice.

'VeggieTales' is 'racist' and 'dangerous' for children, California students claim

By Caleb Parke

A group of students at a California college’s “Annual Whiteness Forum” labeled the Christian children’s cartoon “VeggieTales” as “dangerous” and promoting racial stereotypes for making the villains colored.

California woman puts million-dollar apartment sale on hold to house wildfire victims

By Ryan Gaydos

A California residential developer was looking for at least $1 million for her apartment until raging wildfires rampaged up and down the state.

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