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California Wildfire Proves Stubborn

Updated: 07/15/2007 - More than 2,000 firefighters struggled Sunday to surround a stubborn wildfire that had grown to 18,450 acres in Los Padres National Forest.

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LA Archdiocese to Pay $600 Million

Posted: 07/14/2007 - The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles will settle hundreds of clergy abuse lawsuits for at least $600 million.

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Water Tanker Helicopter Crash

Posted: 07/08/2007 - In Southern California, a wildfire burning in the Los Padres National Forest tore through more than 6,500 acres of wilderness Sunday as it continued to move into the rural hills a water-dropping helicopter helping in the fire fight crashed, said Santa Barbara County Fire Captain Eli Iskow.

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Toxic Slime In Lake

Posted: 07/07/2007 - Potentially deadly algae is blooming in two lakes near the Oregon border, prompting health warnings and calls for the demolition of dams that form the reservoirs along the Klamath River.

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Locked-out Bay Area Garbage Workers Prepare to Picket

Posted: 07/03/2007 - Hundreds of San Francisco Bay area trash collectors formed picket lines Tuesday after they were locked-out from their jobs and replaced with non-union workers in a contract dispute, according to labor organizers.

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Miss California Crowned

Posted: 07/01/2007 - Miss North Coast, an opera singer who aspires to manage a nonprofit, won the Miss California title Saturday night.

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Car Plows Through Railroad Crossing Arms in Wild Pleasanton Chase

Posted: 06/24/2007 - A man and a woman were arrested after leading police on a wild chase in Pleasanton in which they crashed a stolen car through train-track crossing arms, narrowly missed getting hit by a freight train barreling toward them, and eventually spun out on the side of the road, police said.

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Black Mold Forces Closure of a Lodi High School

Posted: 06/24/2007 - Construction workers have discovered toxic mold in every classroom building at Tokay High School in Lodi. The district will be forced to delay the start of school for five weeks and could spend millions of dollars to clean it up.

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San Francisco Tries to Bring Back that Lovin' Feeling

Posted: 06/24/2007 - If the Summer of Love established San Francisco as the hub of hippiedom, the summer of 2007 may one day be remembered as a time when the city and the rest of the country commemorated 1960s counterculture by taking the "counter" out of it.

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