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June 14, 2019

Rich Ibarra

Mosquitoes Test Positive For West Nile Virus In San Joaquin County

The San Joaquin County Mosquito Control District advises people to wear protective clothing and apply mosquito repellent, especially during the early morning and evening hours.

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June 14, 2019

Steve Milne

Business Journal: Penumbra Moving Into Former HP Roseville Site; VW, AutoNation Mazda Leaving Roseville Automall; Cookie Connection Closes Stores; Calling All Dreamers Semi Finalists Picked

An Alameda-based company that makes medical devices is getting ready to move into Hewlett Packard's former site in Roseville. The company may ultimately add about 1,000 jobs. The Sacramento Business Journal's Sonya Sorich reports.

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June 13, 2019

Nevada AG Recommends $25M Wildfire Settlement

(AP) — Nevada's attorney general is recommending approval of a $25 million settlement with homeowners and others who sought more than $300 million in damages from the state after a prescribed burn escaped and destroyed 24 homes south of Reno.

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Capitol Chat: More Details On What’s in California’s New State Budget

California’s $213 billion state budget has been finalized. Some items made it into the budget, some didn’t. Notable inclusions are health insurance for undocumented Californians. CapRadio's Ben Adler explains.

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Expanding Employment Opportunities For Adults With Autism Spectrum Disorder

Adults with autism are underrepresented in the labor market. We’ll talk with guests involved in a pilot project that aims to break down the barriers to their employment.

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Budget Deal’s Big Health Care Changes: Middle Class Subsidies On Covered California, And A State Individual Mandate

The budget California lawmakers are expected to vote on Thursday includes first-in-the-nation aid for middle-class consumers who buy health insurance on the individual market. It would also bring back an individual mandate penalty at the state level.

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California Looks To Clean Air Funds To Pay For Clean Drinking Water

More than a million Californians don't have access to clean drinking water. But a decision by the state Legislature Sunday to spend $130 million yearly could change that.

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Brazilian Judge Acquits Man Who Stabbed Jair Bolsonaro

June 15, 2019

The judge says Adélio Bispo de Oliveira was mentally ill when he almost killed the then-presidential candidate during a campaign stop. Bolsonaro, now president, vows to overturn the ruling.