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Record SoCal Rain Swamps Roads and Swells Rivers

Posted: 09/15/2015 - A record-breaking storm slammed parched Southern California on Tuesday, cutting off power to thousands, jamming traffic during the morning commute and stranding some people in surging waterways.

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Homeland Secretary Blasts SF Sanctuary Policy

Posted: 09/15/2015 - Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says San Francisco's policy of not cooperating with immigration officials is counterproductive and unacceptable.

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HP Could Jettison 30K Jobs as Part of Spinoff

Posted: 09/15/2015 - Hewlett-Packard says its upcoming spinoff of its technology divisions focused on software, consulting and data analysis will eliminate up to 30,000 jobs.

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Settlement Reached Over Use of Parolee Psychological Exams

Posted: 09/14/2015 - California parole officials are agreeing to let prisoners challenge the content of psychological evaluations that are often used to help determine whether inmates are released from state prisons.

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Democratic California Governor Confronts Political Setbacks

Posted: 09/12/2015 - Democratic California Gov. Jerry Brown faced his biggest loss in recent memory this week as he and the Senate leader were forced to abandon a key provision of their climate change package to cut the state's oil use in half within 15 years.

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Butte Fire Destroys 15 Structures; 6,400 Threatened

Updated: 09/13/2015 - Crews gained a bit of ground against a wildfire in Northern California that destroyed 15 structures and was threatening at least 6,400 others in mountain towns southeast of Sacramento.

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After Spill, Work Suspended at 10 Mine Sites

Updated: 09/11/2015 - Federal officials suspended site investigations and some cleanup work at 10 polluted mining complexes because of conditions similar to those blamed in a massive wastewater blowout from an inactive Colorado gold mine.

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Police: Man Shot by Guard at Union Station Dies

Courtesy: MGN Online

Posted: 09/11/2015 - A man stabbed a woman and then was shot by a security guard at Washington's Union Station on Friday, sending people fleeing outside as trains were briefly stopped and officers converged on the massive transit hub.

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California Town of 2,700 Evacuating as Wildfire Surges

Updated: 09/11/2015 - State fire officials say a Northern California town of 2,700 people is no longer under an evacuation order but residents have been told to be prepared to leave as a big and fast-growing wildfire burns nearby.

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NorCal Butte Fire Burns 50,000 Acres

Posted: 09/11/2015 - The Butte Fire burning in Amador and Calaveras counties in northern California has burned 50,000 acres as of Friday afternoon and is 10% contained, according to CAL Fire.

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