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Californians Cutting Back on Water Usage: Report

Californians Cutting Back on Water Usage: Report

Are YOU following the state's mandatory water use restrictions?
Drivers License Tests Now Automated

Drivers License Tests Now Automated

The paper and pencil tests have been replaced
New Law Protects Against Sexual Harassment

New Law Protects Against Sexual Harassment

It plugs a hole in existing law that left unpaid interns and volunteers vulnerable
Bid to Split California into 6 States Fails to Qualify for Ballot

Bid to Split California into 6 States Fails to Qualify for Ballot

Venture capitalist Tim Draper isn't ready to give up, though
Cardboard Challenge to Introduce New Film 'The Boxtrolls' in Roseville

Cardboard Challenge to Introduce New Film 'The Boxtrolls' in Roseville

Fun Activities to Introduce “The Boxtrolls” in the Bay Area
Phone App Allows Scammers to Impersonate Police

Phone App Allows Scammers to Impersonate Police

Details about this new scam so you don't fall victim.
Award-winning musical biography of Beatles returns to Vacaville on Sunday, October 19

Award-winning musical biography of Beatles returns to Vacaville on Sunday, October 19

Musical retelling of Beatles story through the eyes of manager Brian Epstein featuring the live music of renowned tribute band Abbey Road
New California Law Aims to Provide Extra Safety for Kids Biking to School

New California Law Aims to Provide Extra Safety for Kids Biking to School

CHP wants to make sure motorists know about a new law surrounding bicycle safety.
Two Construction Workers Injured By Flying Rebar On Hwy 101 Wednesday Morning

Two Construction Workers Injured By Flying Rebar On Hwy 101 Wednesday Morning

The men, from Elk Grove and Santa Rosa, were working at 1 a.m. on the Petaluma River Bridge construction project.
State Biologist:

State Biologist: "Kill Your Lawn"

As entire populations of fish are being wiped out by the drought, a state biologist wants you to choose fish over your lawn.
How You Can Donate to Help the Victims of the Napa Earthquake

How You Can Donate to Help the Victims of the Napa Earthquake

Through Sept. 11, Wells Fargo customers can donate to the Red Cross at 1,701 Wells Fargo ATMs throughout Northern California.
Lowe's To Pay $1.6 Million In Settlement for Mislabeled Building Materials

Lowe's To Pay $1.6 Million In Settlement for Mislabeled Building Materials

The product dimensions were inaccurately advertised in California.
California to Recover $300 Million for Pension Funds in Bank of America Settlement

California to Recover $300 Million for Pension Funds in Bank of America Settlement

CA Attorney General: “Bank of America profited by misleading investors about the risky nature of the mortgage-backed securities it sold.”
MUST SEE: Drone Video Offers Aerial View of Napa Quake Damage

MUST SEE: Drone Video Offers Aerial View of Napa Quake Damage

This video captured by a man's quadcopter drone provides a bird's eye look at the damage.
Bill to Reduce Cell Phone Robberies Signed into Law

Bill to Reduce Cell Phone Robberies Signed into Law

The 'Cell Phone Kill Switch Bill' is meant to keep help keep smartphone owners from being mugged or robbed for their phones.
Are You Ready for the Next Earthquake?

Are You Ready for the Next Earthquake?

The American Red Cross offers residents tips to help them prepare.
Napa's 6.0: The Aftermath

Napa's 6.0: The Aftermath

Area resident Al Francis captured compelling images in the aftermath of the earthquake.
Ian Walks America: Man Walking Across U.S. For Mental-Health Awareness Nears Bay Area

Ian Walks America: Man Walking Across U.S. For Mental-Health Awareness Nears Bay Area

He started the trek on March 1 in Virginia Beach and plans on finishing his journey on Aug. 30 by crossing the Golden Gate Bridge.
Story of De La Salle's Legendary Winning Streak Hits Theaters

Story of De La Salle's Legendary Winning Streak Hits Theaters

The movie chronicles the journey of Coach Bob Ladouceur and his record-breaking 151-game winning streak as head coach at the Concord school.
Legislature Approves Community Colleges Giving 4-Year Degrees

Legislature Approves Community Colleges Giving 4-Year Degrees

The measure would allow the schools to offer the four-year degrees when a local workforce need for college graduates can be shown.