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San Jose Flood: 14,000 Ordered To Flee High Water

February 22, 2017

Thousands of San Jose residents and city officials are facing a massive cleanup after overnight flooding along Coyote Creek prompted emergency evacuations in neighborhoods along the stream.

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As Rains Continue, State Extends Drought Regulations through Summer

February 9, 2017

Think the drought is over? State water regulators beg to differ. Wednesday they extended the current emergency rules for water conservation.

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State's Largest Women's Prisons Face Questions Of Abuse After Wardens Retire

August 10, 2016

The wardens from the state's two largest women's prisons abruptly stepped down last week amid allegations of rampant inmate abuse at the Central California Women's Facility and a spike of suicides at the California Institution for Women in Corona.

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Water Conservation Wanes In California As Most Mandatory Restrictions End

August 3, 2016

It appears that California water suppliers have by and large abandoned mandatory water conservation — and it may be showing up in the latest monthly statistics on water saving in the state.

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Helping Change The Lives Of Foster Kids One Laptop At A Time

August 1, 2016

For many young students, easy access to a laptop computer may be something that's just taken for granted. For those growing up in foster care, that's usually not the case. A partnership of small California nonprofits is helping to change that.

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New College Program Gives Ex-Convicts Support to Earn Degrees

July 6, 2016

Sacramento State and six other Cal State campuses are putting the final touches this summer on a new program to help ex-convicts earn their college degrees.

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Stockton School Police And Other School Law Enforcement Under Investigation For Treatment Of Students

July 6, 2016

The State Attorney General Kamala Harris is investigating possible civil rights abuses involving children in schools, juvenile halls, and foster care statewide. One of the investigations is focusing on the Stockton Unified School District Police.

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