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Prof Killed At USC Campus; Student Arrested

December 2, 2016

(AP) - A Los Angeles police spokeswoman says a man killed on the University of Southern California campus in Los Angeles was a professor and that the suspect arrested in his death is a student.

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Environment

California Rolls Out New Plan To Reduce Carbon Emissions

December 2, 2016 | Randol White

The State of California is out with a new plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions an additional 40 percent beyond 2020 goals. The draft proposal was released Friday and calls for the most-ambitious reduction in North America.

Randol White / Capital Public Radio

Undocumented Immigration In California

Immigrant Advocates Brace For Trump Administration, Others Call For Patience

December 2, 2016 | Randol White

Civil-rights advocates in California are preparing for likely conflicts with immigration policies expected under the incoming Trump Administration.

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Environment

Scientists Seek Crowd-Sourced Data To Map Land Damaged By Wild Pigs

December 2, 2016 | Julia Mitric

Wild pigs cause serious damage to grazing lands and watersheds. UC Cooperative Extension scientists have developed a GIS-based tracking app to assess wild pig damage in order to figure out how to mitigate the creatures' impacts.

Stock / Capital Public Radio

Don't Forget CIM Road Closures On Sunday

December 2, 2016 | Steve Milne

If you wind up leaving the house early Sunday morning to make a doughnut run or for some other errand, don't forget about the rolling street closures that'll be in effect from Folsom to Downtown Sacramento for the California International Marathon.

Courtesy of Lucid Motors

Business Journal: Lucid, Gallina, SeatNinja, CIM

December 2, 2016

The effort to lure a Menlo Park-based car maker to the Sacramento region for a new manufacturing plant has failed and it's still unclear why. Sonya Sorich from the Sacramento Business Journal has details on Lucid Motors' decision to build in Arizona.