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Vaccine Opponents Push to Repeal Californias Strict New Law SACRAMENTO (AP) — Opponents of California’snew mandatory vaccination law are vowing to fight the legislation, even after Gov. Jerry Brown has signed it. Former state Assemblyman Tim Donnelly has filed paperwork for a ballot initiative to ask v
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Police Pursuit Turns Deadly in Northeast Modesto MODESTO — A pursuit turned deadly in Modesto. Officers were chasing a man in a stolen vehicle when all of the sudden the driver slammed into a tree, causing a fiery crash, according to the Modesto Police Department. The crash happened about1 p.m. be
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Arson Task Force Makes Major Illegal Fireworks Bust FAIR OAKS — The arson task force’s successful seizure of 5,000 pounds of illegal fireworks and explosives from a Fair Oaks home Wednesday is one less distributor they have to worry about. Formerly convicted felon John Guill, 59, is behind bars
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Fewer State Residents Admitted to University of California SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The number of Californiahigh school students admitted to a University of Californiacampus has gone down again while the number from outside the state and abroad has increased. The UC system announced Thursday that it has accepte
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Gov. Brown Approves Stripping Lynching from California Code SACRAMENTO (AP) — Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation that strips the word “lynching” from Californialaw. The Democratic governor announced signing SB629 by Sen. Holly Mitchell, a Los Angeles Democrat, on Thursday. Mitchell took up t
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Health Net acquisition could save 900 local jobs Health Net put a massive outsourcing deal on hold Thursday, potentially saving 900 jobs in Rancho Cordova. The reason: Centene Corp. is acquiring Health Net. The deal needs state regulatory approval. But if it closes early next year as expected, a seven-y
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Chicago Man Charged with Stomping Puppy to Death MONMOUTH, Illinois — More than a dozen protesters convened outside of the Warren County Courthouse on Tuesday with one objective: “Justice for Cash.” Cash was a pit bull puppy who was allegedly kicked and stomped to death by 24-year-old
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Man loses both arms in Escalon cannery accident A man lost both his arms Thursday in an accident involving a piece of equipment at an Escalon cannery, fire officials said.
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Bison Attack Two More Yellowstone Visitors YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK (CNN)– Bison attacked two more visitors at Yellowstone National Park over the past week, for a total of four attacks in the park so far this season. A 68-year-old Georgia woman remained hospitalized Thursday after encounter
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Fourth of July 2015: What's Open And What's Closed In Sacramento? Since Independence Day, July 4, is on Saturday this year, some government offices and businesses are shifting the holiday to Friday or Monday.
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